Monday bread! This recipe is coming right away from the magazine HealthyFood and I don't see anything to change for my side. The ingredients list might discourages you but if your pantry is healthy enough, you will find all the stuff you need or at least similar ones, capable to replace the missing listed ingredients. … Continue reading Crunchy good fats bread
Overloaded with sprouted mung beans, this is how they have been transformed. I like diving into various gustatory experiences. I find it so satisfactory. Gustative receptors in the mouth are all alert, totally sensitized to what they touch. In Ayurveda, mung beans enhance Sattva equilibrium. Sattva in Sanskrit means the path of equilibrium and essence. … Continue reading Sattvic mung bean into bread
I need new recipes for breakfast again. No personal creativity in this post but all credits to Lauren. Gluten free, nut free, this high protein bread gives you energy for the whole morning. You can prepare this recipe as you wish: with pesto, an egg or some vegetables of your choices. Ingredients: 1 cup lentils, 1/2 … Continue reading Lentil flatbread
Fermentation has a real place in my daily kitchen. I feed my sourdough nursery regularly and all my bakings are sourdough (pizza, muffins, breads essentially). Taro root is rich in potassium, iron and vitamin B6. Psylliym husk is a good source of fibers facilitating bowels movement. I mix different recipes to experience a taro bread … Continue reading Sourdough taro root bread
Comfort food for breakfast please! Easy to grab and savory. Breakfast is often a problem especially when you are on a gluten-egg-dairy free diet and your fruit is not enough to face the day ahead... Here is a nice recipe to prepare on Sunday of course. Impossible to fail with this recipe. I adapted it … Continue reading Pumpkin bread
Recette trouvée sur Ambitiouskitchen et un peu adaptée.