The following blog posts are categorized under Grains

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In My Grain Bin

  Grains have been a part of the human diet for thousands of years, and yet they’ve become controversial (dare I say…demonized?) lately due to decades of hybridization that has…

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Grains; good or bad?

  As a healthy-minded individual, you’re conscious of whole grains, believing they’re good for you. They’re high in B-Vitamins, fiber and some protein. They’re satisfying, comforting, and an easy-to-make, inexpensive…

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Quinoa Salad with Broccoli and Vegetables

  A dear friend of mine asked for a quinoa recipe the other day, she was entertaining a group of ten for dinner. She likes quinoa for it’s easy to…

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Guest Blogger: Jennifer Elsner’s Granola

  Jennifer is a designer extraordinaire, with so much talent it just blows me away. (Her studio, Viewers Like You, created my website.) Jen is also a lover of healthy,…

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Farro and Lentil Salad


  This dish is delicious and hearty for the Flexible Vegetarian, and for Modern Vegans too if you avoid the Pecorino cheese.  Farro is an ancient grain that was so…

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Quinoa with Roasted Root Vegetables and Herbs

  Quinoa is one of my go-to sources of protein and a great way to satisfy your cravings for heavier carbs like bread or pasta. Here’s a side dish that…

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Milaf (Millet Pilaf)

  I was explaining the benefits of millet to one of my clients last week, and how I make this simple millet pilaf; I blurred my words and called it…

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Vegetarian Chili

  One of my clients assembles this dish in her slow cooker so that dinner is ready to go when she gets home that evening. The Portobello mushrooms add a…

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Quinoa Salad with Arugula and Grapes, from Clean Plates Cookbook

  It’s the year of quinoa, according to the United Nations, so I chose a delicious recipe from my friend, Jared Koch’s new cookbook that he wrote with Jill Silverman…

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Welcome, guests, to my risotto…

  I have a long standing tradition of welcoming guests with risotto. It began when I lived in New York City, and I discovered the magic technique of stirring a…

 
 
 
 
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