Well, it’s that time of the year again when we head to the produce section and find all these strange looking squashes, just sitting there and we all wonder what to do with them. I became a big fan of squash several years ago. As a kid you couldn’t get me to eat one for all the money in the world. Today I can make a whole meal out of one and love it….
High Fiber Bread Recipe
I was out shopping at the Organic Grocers awhile back and came across a bag of Teff Grains. I was wondering if anyone has ever heard of these beautiful looking tiny grains before? I think it was the color that first caught my eye. These small grains had a mixture of beige, browns and a copper color throughout the bag. They’re about the same size as cornmeal, but not as hard and gritty. My head started coming up with a recipe that would be perfect to use these grains in….
This Maple Seeded bread is high in fiber and absolutely delicious!
My sister told me about a seeded bread she had a few years ago while on a trip to Cathedral Lake Lodge. She was involved in a photography workshop for a weekend high in the mountains in beautiful British Columbia. She said, the bread was made with whole wheat and filled with seeds, grains and a hint of maple; it was a heavy bread and perfect for a high energy day of hiking while being loaded down with camera gear….