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Spanakopita (Greek Spinach Pie)

by Cat, Aug 2007; updated May 2020 with second recipe (Photo, right, from Wikimedia Commons) The spinach pies of Greece, Turkey, Lebanon and other Middle-Eastern countries are all a bit different from each other, but they all have the basic … Continue reading

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Rejuvelac: Fermented Grain-Seed Drink

by Cat, April 2008; July 2011 (photo from Wikimedia Commons) See also: Kvass “This tonic was popularized by Ann Wigmore [founder of the Hippocrates Health Institute], the first of American practical nutritionists to recognize the importance of enzymes and lacto-fermented food in … Continue reading

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Uses of Cereal Grains (Overview)

by Cat, May 2010 See also: Wheat (about); Other True Grains (about); Sprouted Grain Flour (about); Soaking & sprouting grains; Grains: Grinding (for flour) and Flaking/Rolling (for porridge); Sprouting Grains, Legumes, Nuts & Seeds, for Eating; Barley; and Working with Grains, Legumes, Nuts and Seeds  (links to the Diet and … Continue reading

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Grains: Grinding (for flour) & Flaking/Rolling (for porridge)

by Cat, Aug 2011 (Photo, right, from Wikimedia Commons) See also: 1. Soaking & Sprouting Grains Before/After Grinding/Rolling; 2. Intro: Soaking/Sprouting Grains, Legumes, Nuts & Seeds Includes: 1. Benefits of Fresh-Grinding/Rolling Grains; 2. Method for grinding or rolling (flaking) Benefits of Fresh-Grinding/Rolling Grains … Continue reading

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Soaking & Sprouting Grains Before/After Grinding/Rolling

by Cat, Nov 2007; (Photo, right, from Wikimedia Commons) This has a lot in common with Sprouting Grains, Legumes, Nuts & Seeds (for eating); need to simplify or combine them. NOTE: Sprouted grain flours are great for cookies, cakes, pie crusts, quick breads … Continue reading

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