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Vegan, fat-free quinoa bread

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It’s not easy to come up with new recipes all the time, especially when you don’t eat a lot of things. I’m really excited about this one, and I’m proud of myself that I created this recipe.

Since I’m plant-based, and I avoid gluten, also yeast and processed ingredients it seems impossible to make a bread. My friend told me about a low-fat buckwheat bread, I wanted to make. The only thing that I used millet because I’m kinda sensitive to buckwheat. Only two ingredients: millet and chia seeds, plus baking powder. It turned out pretty good (keep that in mind you need to wash the millet a couple of times because it can have a bitter taste), but I wanted to try a fat-free bread. Even though the other one was low-fat as well, mixing protein (chia seeds) with starches (millet, buckwheat) is not a good food combining. Read…

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ALKALINE ELECTRIC GLUTEN FREE BREAD, NO KNEAD & GRAIN FREE | THE ELECTRIC CUPBOARD — Good Cookery

ALKALINE ELECTRIC GLUTEN FREE BREAD NO KNEAD & GRAIN FREE | THE ELECTRIC CUPBOARD Our last Recipe Video: SUBSCRIBE: Alkaline Gluten Free Bread. This dish is vegan and gluten free. Ingredients Needed and links to find them: -Garbanzo Bean Flour -Sea Salt: -Grape Seed Oil: -Agave: -Perrier Water: VITACOST – You can buy many approved […]

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Best Way to Learn Technique

One of my favorite things to do is to go to a restaurant, eat a great meal or dish, and then recreate the dish or meal at home. When I’m served a great dish, I eat it more slowly and try to distinguish each individual flavor comprising the completed dish. Once I figure out what is in the dish, I can go home and experiment with different techniques and recipes.

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‘Tis the Season to Be Tipsy and Merry

The time between now and the end of the year has historically been filled with lots of celebrating. And drinking. So I wanted to share some festive drinks in honor of the season. Now, around this time of year I always go browsing for yummy drink recipes that I want to try. Somehow, I never get to the part where I actually make any of them. However, this time I’m determined to make something between now and the new year. I just haven’t decided what yet. Problem is, Continue reading ‘Tis the Season to Be Tipsy and Merry

Spices for Christmas — Cooking without Limits

Cinnamon, ginger, turmeric and cardamom are just a few spices that instantly conjure up Christmas. I am using them in mulled wine, cakes, cookies, hot chocolate and coffee. I know turmeric and cardamom are not really spices for Christmas, but I think they deserve to be on my spices list for Christmas. Cinnamon is obtained […]

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