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Mark Collins
Teff Pizza Dough (Vegan)

Teff Pizza Dough (Vegan)

Teff in pizza dough is amazing and works really well. It adds a crispy texture that everyone loves. Just use the whole grain. Amaranth and chia seeds also work well in pizza dough. Teff Pizza Dough Ingredients: 1 cup sourdough starter1 bottle hard cider or beer1 cup teff2 teaspoons salt2 tablespoons instant yeast 3 cups Organic Grains Bread Flour   Directions: Place sourdough starter, liquid, teff, salt, and three cups flour in your Mixer. Place yeast on top of the flour and mix adding more flour until dough pulls away from the sides of the bowl. Knead for 6 minutes and...

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Mark Collins
Grilled Garlic Jalapeño Cauliflower and 6-Grain Red Bean Pilaf

Grilled Garlic Jalapeño Cauliflower and 6-Grain Red Bean Pilaf

    One of the tricks to having whole grain in your diet is to cook a large batch of the whole grain ahead of time and then use it in several dishes. We've talked about that a lot, but this recipe is one that is super simple if you have the grain already cooked and stored in your freezer.  Here's how to do it... Triticale, Red Wheat, White Wheat, Barley, Oat Groats, Rye, or Triticale can be used interchangeably in this recipe. If you use all of the grains, it is very colorful and has a bigger range of nutrition, but...

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Toasted Spelt Vegetable Soup

Toasted Spelt Vegetable Soup

 Spelt is a variety of wheat that has been cultivated for over 5000 years. It is used in bread, crackers, and pastries and has a protein content that makes it ideal for baking. However, it also has a delicious nutty flavor and has many health benefits cooked as a whole berry. Spelt is loaded with nutrients. One serving contains 30% of your daily dietary fiber and 21% of protein. Spelt also contains great levels of iron, copper, magnesium, potassium, and vitamin B6. We toast it in a little oil to make this delicious turkey soup and the results are amazing! ...

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