Recipes — dinner
This wholesome dish is as delicious as it is easy to make. One of the secrets to rich flavor in any plant-based slow cooker meal is caramelizing the aromatic vegetables in oil before adding them to the slow cooker. This way, the natural sugars are browned, adding an incredible depth of flavor! Pro-tip: keeping your baby carrots in a mason jar filled with water keeps them fresher and crunchier, longer! This recipe calls for barley, but feel free to use any variation of whole wheat, rye, oats, Kamut or triticale in an equal proportion. Ingredients: 2 Tbsp avocado oil 1 small onion,...
Ancient Kamut® Kamut® is the trademark name of an ancient form of wheat. It's older than your granny. It's so old that Moses could have eaten it back in Egypt with the Pharoh. Dude. That's old. Don't worry though, the Kamut you consume now is not an old grain in the sense that it has been sitting around on a shelf since your granny and Moses had tea together. We're talking about its genetic heritage. The actual grain you will consume today was most likely grown here in the USA by some hipster farmers in Montana who got their...