Golden Flax Bread » The Medicine Woman's Roots For those of us unable to eat grains in any form, bread can seem like a thing of the past. I went years without eating bread, much to my great sadness. And then, I discovered flax! I’d made flax crackers before and they’re great but I had no idea flax could become something firm, fluffy and yummy — something very like bread! This is my basic recipe, it’s very simple and any part can be modified to suit you needs, it’s really not the kind of thing that falls apart with any variation or omission. Amazingly, this bread is really really good. Be sure to get high quality flax seed. A word of wisdom: you must understand that flax has a LOT of fiber in it. Mix dry ingredients together well. The recipe will work for a regular sized pie tin or small loaf pan. Get your oven nice and hot (I have wood cookstove, I have no idea what the degrees are, but cooler than for biscuits, more like cornbread temp). Cook for appr. 20-25 minutes or until golden brown on top. Variations:
Paleo Bread - Healthy Gluten Free Bread Recipe This gluten free bread is easy to make, tastes great, and is full of nutrient dense ingredients. Gluten free isn’t necessarily healthy, especially when it comes to bread. Here’s a gluten free bread recipe, made of high protein ingredients that won’t leave you dragging. This bread is just a bit lighter and fluffier than my other breads. I’ve been working on this gluten free bread recipe for several months and have tested it a couple of dozen times. For example, with this recipe, I tested changes as minute as 1 teaspoon baking soda versus 1 ¼ teaspoons baking soda. It’s just hard work folks. Paleo Bread (use this) print Place almond flour, coconut flour, flax, salt and baking soda in a food processorPulse ingredients togetherPulse in eggs, oil, honey and vinegarTransfer batter to a greased 7.5 x 3.5 magic line loaf panBake at 350° for 30 minutesCool in the pan for 2 hoursServe * If you do not use the recommended size loaf pan, your bread will not be the proper height.
Crackers I tried my hand at a Paleo Chili last night, and wanted some kind of cracker to go with it. This is what I came up with on the fly, and it turned out really good. I will be trying the same recipe and mixing up the spices I put in it. I am thinking these would be a great alternative on a meat and cheese platter for the upcoming holiday parties! Crackers 1 C Almond Flour 1/4 C Coconut Flour 1 Egg 1/2 tsp Salt 1 Tbsp Onion Powder 1/8 C Avocado Oil + extra to grease pan Preheat oven to 325. Liberally grease a baking stone, or parchment a baking sheet. Mine covered the whole 9X13 stone. Mine took 22 minutes, but will probably be 4-6 minutes less if you are using a traditional sheet pan instead of the baking stone.
Apple Picking and Gluten-free Apple Crisp (Oat-free and Nut-free) One of the things I realized when I was back in Alberta a couple of weeks ago is that change takes time to accept and meld into our lives. It’s okay to dig our heels in the mud once in awhile and wish things were easier, cry a bunch, and hibernate from the world. Then, once you’re done with all that, it’s up to you to strap on your boots and make the most of the situation. As my Dad said, you won’t know you hate it in Montreal until you give it a fair chance. Dads always give the best advice. I came back to Montreal, made a list of all the cool things I’d heard that this part of our country had to offer, and made a promise to myself that I wouldn’t decide whether or not I truly wanted to go home until I’d tried them all. I call it Operation Fall in love with Quebec. First up – apple picking. I found this fabulous list of apple picking orchards near Montreal and decided on Le Verger Labonté for our first apple picking experience. Apple crisp seems like a good start, don’t you think?
Cauliflower cheese - comfort food with class Last updated 11:41 05/09/2011 The first month of spring is often a little sad as not much has really changed. Outside is still gusty and chilly, often wet. Perhaps the earth has warmed as the green growth has started to get a wriggle on but all those leaves still hide no fruit. My little patch of veges is particularly behind because of our recent move to our new house. I sit on my hands waiting for everything to burst forth and fill my plate. The soaring price of dairy and a few special organic additions has taken this dish from the humble to the decadent. The milk can be spiced with anything appropriate. There is one more twist in the nomenclature of the white sauce; the roux becomes a bechamel, but when cheese (traditionally gruyere) is then added it becomes a mornay sauce. If you want to be flash, rather than just tuck in with your mates, you could say you are having baked cauliflower and prosciutto in mornay sauce. I'm happy to stick with good old cauliflower cheese. 25g butter 2T flour
Top 20 Gluten-Free Bread Recipes ... Yes, Really! This post may contain affiliate links. If you purchase through them, your cost will stay the same, but gfe will receive a few cents for every dollar spent. Thanks for supporting gfe! Without a doubt, one of the top requests that I receive is for gluten-free bread recipes. Not just any bread recipes, mind you, but the best gluten-free bread recipes! As I’ve stated before, I don’t really miss bread. Many thanks to all my blogger friends who have graciously allowed me to share their photos! French Bread from Linda at Gluten-Free Homemaker. French Bread from Gluten-Free Homemaker French Bread from Iris of Your Fairy Angel (formerly The Daily Dietribe) via gfe. Gluten-Free, Rice-Free Multigrain Bread from Megan at Allergy-Free Alaska. Multigrain Bread from Allergy Free Alaska French Baguettes from Jeanne at Art of Gluten-Free Baking. Gluten-Free Baguettes from Art of Gluten-Free Baking Soft Sandwich “White” Bread also from Jeanne at Art of Gluten-Free Baking. Bread 2.0 from Elana’s Pantry
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How to make pickle relish - made easy, and illustrated! How to Make Pickle Relish - Easily! With step by step photos, recipe ingredients and costs Click here for a PDF print version Making and canning your own pickle relish is one of the easiest things you can do with your extra cucumbers! Here's how to do it, in easy steps and completely illustrated. This method is so easy, ANYONE can do this! Note: More photos are coming Ingredients Yield: About 8 pints About 6 lbs of pickling type cucumbers to yield 3 quarts chopped cucumbers About 6 large peppers to produce 3 cups each of chopped sweet green and red peppers 2 onions (to yield 1 cup chopped onions) 3/4 cup canning or pickling salt 4 cups ice 8 cups water 2 cups sugar 4 tsp each of mustard seed, turmeric, whole allspice, and whole cloves See this page for pickling supplies, equipment, books, crocks and additives. 6 cups white vinegar (5%, apple cider vinegar works well. Equipment Directions - How to Make Pickle Relish Step 1 - Selecting the cucumbers Overripe cucumbers make mushy relish.. A.