The first time I made sprouted fenugreek mylk, I thought I wasn't going to get any!
I had made a small amount, just to sample the flavor. It wasn't even sweetened, but my little one kept asking for more!
This has got to be the easiest jam recipe ever!
Last week, I made some sprouted rye bread in my dehydrator. While the bread tastes great all by itself, it's nice to have toppings too.
I've been keeping things pretty simple when it comes to my meals. For months I've been enjoying my sprouted grains whole as cereals mixed with fresh and dried fruit. Bananas and raisins, or pears and dates or dried apricots as shown below. The possibilities are endless!
My little one loves bread, but he is on a gluten-free diet for the time being.
How thankful to my loving Creator for this simple, economical recipe for oat bread!
It is super easy to make and tastes really good. The best part is, that it only has three ingredients!
My little one loves it just as much, if not better than the regular store bought wheat and spelt breads we were buying before. I am soooo happy about that!
We've had some really sweet carrots lately. Some for eating, and some for juicing - what a treat their fresh pressed juice makes!
When we juiced the carrots in our masticating juicer for the first time, it made such a pretty pulp, that we didn't want to throw it out.
Follow my journey as I return to the original plan for living and eating...