Bread

Faux Injera

Faux Injera

What is injera? Injera is a plate-sized, pancake-like flatbread eaten in parts of eastern Africa (Ethiopia, Sudan, Eritrea, Somalia,) Yemen, and Israel, near the Red Sea. Traditionally it is made from teff, a grass-like grain, which is ground into flour and fermented, resulting in a slightly sour flavor. Teff prices are high, and availability...

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Healthier Hot Cross Buns

When a friend of mine told me she loves hot crossed buns, I set out to make some healthier yet still delicious. The resulting recipe uses less fat than a traditional bun, increases the fiber and nutritional value, and incorporates more fruits. Adding candied ginger gives them a spicy kick and more sophisticated, modern...

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Roti Jala (Net Bread)

Roti Jala (Net Bread)

I found a fascinating post at veggiebelly.com about roti jala, or net bread, which has origins in India. The batter consistency is like a thin pancake. Traditionally it is ladled into a roti jala mold, a contraption that looks very much like a measuring cup with holes poked in the bottom. The batter drizzles...

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Leftovers Never Tasted This Good!

Leftovers Never Tasted This Good!

What to do when you have “nothing” to eat but a bunch of leftovers?  Such was the case for breakfast today. I took a no-knead oat-wheat roll (homemade), cut it in half, spread it with homemade vegan mayonnaise and stone-ground mustard, then added soy cheese and homemade sauerkraut (with apples and caraway seeds.)   Warmed...

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Vegan Ice Cream Cookbook

Greens Reusable Fabric Tote

Fun Animal Poems, Facts, and Activities for Kids

Learn about Hawaii while you draw

A Gratefulness Journal with Prompts

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