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Yammie's Glutenfreedom: Gluten Free Flour Tortillas

grinding wheat-berries into flour

crunchy zucchini chips- great paleo sugar and grain free snack!

the most perfect crepe recipe ever: 1/2 cup water 1/2 cup milk 1 cup all-purpose flour 2 eggs Melted unsalted butter for greasing pan Blend until smooth. refrigerate at least an hour. grease 9 inch skillet. Pour 1 ladle and swirl quickly around. cook 1 minute or until crepe bubbles. flip, ten secs. Place on wax paper.

grinding your own flour from whole grains

making your own sourdough starter

Make your own whole grain crackers! Tastes like wheat thins - vegan recipe. (use coconut sugar)

"Whole-Grain Flour Guide: Trying to reduce refined grains in your diet? Use our whole-grain flour guide to replace white flour with high-quality, nutritious alternatives.[..Helpful reference books for the novice whole-grain baker are King Arthur Flour Whole Grain Baking & Bob’s Red Mill Baking Book. For a flour blend recipe to try see Homemade Gluten-Free Flour Blend included links…]

  • Pinning Towards Understanding

    "Whole-grain flours contain a small amount of fat in the germ. This oil is responsible for the superior flavor & nutrition of whole grains, but it also means the flour can actually go bad, whereas refined white flour never will. Unmilled whole grains such as wheat, spelt or rye berries can be stored almost indefinitely, but once they are ground into flour, they must be kept in the refrigerator or freezer. The flour should smell fresh, nutty & mild—never sour or rancid.[..] All of the following flours are exceptionally nutritious (& many are low-gluten or gluten-free—see key later in this article). To reap the biggest dietary benefits, try to incorporate a number of them into your cooking rotation. But remember to buy only the quantities that you have room to store in your fridge or freezer. [i.e. Amaranth flour*, Barley flour**, Bean flours*, Buckwheat flour*, Corn flour*, Millet flour*, Nut flours*, Oat flour*, Potato flour*, Quinoa flour*, Rice flour*, Rye flour**, Seed flours*, Sorghum flour*, Teff flour*, & Wheat flours…]"

Make your own Apple Cider Caramels this fall right at home! With a couple of simple ingredients and a few minutes of your time, you can make a homemade candy recipe everyone will love!