Molasses gives these bars their rich flavor. Molasses is a rich source of nutrients, and it contains a number of essential minerals, such as calcium, magnesium, manganese, potassium, copper, iron, phosphorous, chromium, cobalt, and sodium. Blackstrap molasses is the type of molasses I use since it has a low glycemic index. This means the glucose…

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Sprouted flour has more vitamins and minerals than regular flour. Start making your baked good with sprouted flours that you can buy at health food stores or you can make your own. You can substitute sprouted flour for conventional flour one-to-one in most recipes. Sprouted flour can be stored at room temperature for six months…

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You can change the fruit in this recipe to a different berry. I love substituting raspberries or blackberries in this recipe or mixing different berries together. This is a very versatile recipe and one of the best scone recipes I’ve tasted. It’s the one I make when I have company. Fresh strawberry scones for breakfast…

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You will love this recipe and find that these also freeze nicely and stay nice and soft when thawed. You’ll be surprised how easy these are to make. You don’t need a special pan, you can just form them into logs and they break apart easily. We use these for sandwiches and for picnic and…

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This is the sprouted bread I make most often. Double the recipe and make two loaves and freeze one for later. It freeze beautifully. This works great for everyday sandwiches and has a wonderful sweet nutty flavor. When you sprout a grain and then grind it into flour you’ll find the flavor of the wheat…

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I love to make this bread for bruschetta topped with cultured tomatoes, or for dipping hummus. Seeds are prebiotics so they feed the microbes in your gut and help them grow and multiply. Flax seeds are perhaps the most healthy seed out there. They’re the richest plant-based source of the omega-3 fatty acid called alpha-linolenic…

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Sprouted tortillas are super easy to make and only uses four ingredients. This is a fun thing to get your family involved in. I think everybody should learn to make tortillas. Sprouted tortillas give you more nutrients and break down phytates and enzyme inhibitors. Sprouted is always better than using regular flour. You can taste…

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I use my own fresh sprouted pasta made by hand but you could even put this over zucchini. I take a zucchini and a vegetable peeler and peel it in strips and then place in a pan with a little olive oil for about 5 minutes. Then pour the pasta over top.

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These are every bit as delicious as graham crackers you buy at the store. You can buy sprouted flour at your health food store or make your own. Sprouted flour will last longer stored on your shelf than regular flours and is loaded with extra vitamins and minerals due to the process of fermentation. Make…

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This tastes every bit as good as a German chocolate cake from the store. I like to make this for birthdays and serve it when the topping is warm. It doesn’t last very long if I do, but it is a wonderful birthday cake served with Coconut Kefir Ice Cream.

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This is one of the cakes I make a lot in the summer when there’s a lot of fresh zucchini available from my garden. Zucchini is also a wonderful source of potassium, a heart-friendly nutrient that helps moderate your blood pressure levels and counters the effects of too much sodium. In fact, a zucchini has…

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Sprouted flour is well worth the effort to make or buy. Sprouted flour has a long shelf life — 6 months and you can also freeze it as well. When whole grains are sprouted, they are naturally fermented and made more digestible and also increases nutrient absorption in the gut. As the grain sprouts, it…

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