Recipes

Limpa Bread

Limpa Bread

Like an entry into rye bread, this half rye half wheat bread brings the complex bitterness and soft, dense texture of rye with the chewy, subtle toasted flavor of wheat flour.

Cherry Sauce Recipe

Cherry Sauce

Ingredients 28 g. (1 Tbsp.) margarine 340 g. (12 oz. bag) pitted frozen cherries (or fresh, if in season) 20 g. (1 1/2 Tbsp.) balsamic vinegar 170 g. (1/2 cup) seedless raspberry or blackberry jam The juice of 1 lemon Cherry juice or water, as needed Instructions 1.   In a small saucepan, melt the margarine over …

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Vanilla Bean Crème

Vanilla Bean Crème

Ingredients 680 g. (3 cups) cashew milk or light coconut milk 5 tbsp. agar agar flakes or 2 1/2 Tbsp. powder 38 g. evaporated cane juice 1 vanilla bean or 1 1/2 tsp. vanilla bean powder Pinch of salt 1 tsp. vanilla extract Instructions 1.     In a medium saucepan, combine all the ingredients except the extract, …

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Green Apple Granola Recipe

Green Apple Granola

(based off of this “Southern Granola” recipe by Damaris Phillips on Food Network) Ingredients 570 g. (5 cups) rolled oats 280 g. (2 cups) peanuts 150 g. (3/4 cup) brown sugar 120 g. (1 cup) shredded coconut 113 g. (1 cup) sunflower seeds 113 g. (1 cup) pumpkin seeds 14 g. (1/8 cup) Moringa powder, …

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Hönökaka Bread Recipe

Honokaka

Put a loaf of bread in front of any one of my family members, and we will devour it. We are all a bunch of carb-loving food lovers with big sweet teeth and the philosophy that no meal is complete without a slice of warm, yeasty bread. The leader of our gourmet pack was always …

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Snow Pudding Recipe

Snow Pudding

The Oregon saying, “if you don’t like the weather, just wait five minutes” is befitting of a place that is home to as many sprouting businesses as mossy shoots from the ground. I’m a New England transplant whose idea of a snow day was an excuse to hunker down inside and fill the house with …

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