Tag Archives: blue agave

Bulgur Wheat Muffins with Spelt & Emmer Flours

If you like moist, full-bodied muffins, you’ll love these.  I found a box of Hodgson Mill Bulgur Wheat with Soy cereal in the freezer.  I had used it for making tabooli, which is great, but somehow the box had been … Continue reading

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Whole Wheat Rolls with Seeds & Walnuts

Recently, Ron found a wonderful whole wheat roll with lots of seeds in it and on it. It was so good I almost decided I didn’t need to bake anymore! Why bother when it’s so easy to find fabulous food … Continue reading

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Whole Grain Scones

Before I get into this week’s baking adventure, I want to let you know that I probably won’t be blogging for the next 3 weeks. I am going to Russia this Friday and won’t be back until the end of … Continue reading

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Ron’s Chocolate Cake Surprise

My birthday was this week. It’s our family tradition that I make a cake for Ron on his birthday and he makes one for me on mine. No store-bought cake allowed on this special day! Almost always – or really, … Continue reading

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Memorable Whole Wheat English Muffins

Ron wanted English muffins, so I decided to try these. Same as any other bread, right? Not really. The two biggest things I noticed was first, that the rise time on these English muffins is really short, so you have … Continue reading

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An Old Fashion Whole Grain Rye Bread

This past week I made an old-fashion rye bread, Pain Bouillie, modified from Ingram and Shapter’s The Bread Bible, page 158.   Directions with my modifications: Soaker: 2 cups rye flour 1 ¾ cups boiling water 1 tsp blue agave … Continue reading

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Lemon-Cinnamon Buns with Whole Grains*

If you crave a sweet-tangy taste, this is the breakfast roll for you. The lemon gives these an agreeable tang that’s just right against the roll’s traditional cinnamon bun sweetness. It does take a bit of time – there are … Continue reading

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