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Moo Shu Beef Bowl With Black Garlic Plum Sauce and Optional Nutrient-Dense Organ Meats

This easy moo shu beef bowl can be cooked quickly, is packed full of deeply satisfying nutrition, and is completely customizable. Not to mention the simple yet stunning black garlic plum sauce that is sure to become your new favorite condiment!  Moo Shu, Everyone’s Favorite Chinese Takeout I grieve for the easy days of ordering …

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Overnight Sourdough English Muffins – A Long Fermentation for Better Digestibility

I bet you can guess why I love English muffins! Yep, all those nooks and crannies, little empty pools, perfect for catching all the melted butter! This easy recipe ferments and rises overnight at room temperature so you awaken to a soft, manageable dough. In the morning roll out the dough, cut out the muffins, …

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Super Easy Sourdough Discard Pancakes – With Video Instructions

My whole family loves sourdough pancakes and I’m often asked to make them on a busy morning. With this easy recipe I can say “Yes” every time! The trick to making sourdough pancakes simple is to have a recipe that can be mixed and cooked within minutes. This recipe uses fully fermented sourdough starter straight …

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Sprouted Wheat Banana Bread

I’ve been playing around with sprouted whole wheat a lot lately. I’m really digging the fact that like sourdough, sprouted wheat is better for your health and digestion. The sprouting process breaks down enzyme inhibitors, neutralizes phytic acid, and releases vitamins and minerals that make the grain more nutrient dense. Buying sprouted flour is an …

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Carrot Cake Waffles With Honey Butter Frosting – Made With Sprouted Whole Wheat

Waffles! Crispy, sweet, and loaded with real pastured butter. What could be better? It just so happens that carrot cake waffles are better! I needed a fun brunch idea for our Spring celebration and I was drawing a blank. I was craving carrot cake but wanted it to be breakfast-y. I thought about making carrot …

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Sweet Potato Sourdough – Soft Sandwich Loaf or English Muffins

Are you ready to shake up your sourdough bread game? This recipe for slightly sweet and earthy sweet potato sourdough will blow you away. I originally set out to make a soft and chewy sweet potato sourdough English muffin but quickly realized that this same formula makes a wonderful soft sandwich loaf bread as well. …

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Sourdough and Sprouted Whole Wheat Waffles – Made With Properly Prepared Grains

Your nourished morning just got a little easier! Everybody loves waffles but not everybody does well on conventional waffle recipes. If you are passionate about proper grain preparation you will love this recipe for sourdough and sprouted whole wheat waffles. Traditional sourdough waffles are really lovely, but they require a bit of planning as the …

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Parmesan and Sourdough Crusted Chicken Strips – Fried in Traditional Fat

Every so often I get a real hankering for fried chicken strips! Chicken strips are one of those comfort foods that are so crave-able. I used to make them once in a while with panko and vegetable oil (before I knew better). But now that I have completely quit eating vegetable oils and all commercial …

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Sourdough Clafoutis With Black Cherries and Maple Syrup

In an effort to bring you everything sourdough, I now present you with sourdough clafoutis. I just couldn’t resist the challenge of making clafoutis with sourdough. The part of my job I love the most is recipe development. And developing this one was tasty! I used fully fermented sourdough starter, pastured eggs and butter, organic …

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Soft and Chewy Sourdough Crepes – Traditionally Fermented for Easy Digestion

Crepes are a lovely alternative to pancakes and they can be filled or topped with a huge variety of both sweet and savory fillings and sauces. As much as I love my slow-fermented Sourdough Pancakes, I love crepes even more because of the ease of the recipe! I use sourdough discard for this recipe. Sourdough …

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Golden Milk Pots de Crème Sweetened With Honey

Traditional Golden Milk Made Into a Creamy Custard. This rich, honey-sweetened, egg yolk custard is spiced with anti-inflammatory turmeric, spicy ginger, warming cinnamon, floral cardamom, a pinch of exciting cloves, and my all-time favorite spice, nutmeg. The color of this custard is vibrant and fresh, the flavor is earthy, spicy, and not too sweet. It’s …

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Spaghetti Squash Latkes – Grain Free and Low Carb

These spaghetti squash latkes are my newest obsession. I’ve always loved latkes with apple sauce and sour cream. This winter my social media accounts have been flooded with delicious-looking latke recipes. What’s a girl to do when she can’t eat potatoes? And then it hit me. My good old low-carb friend spaghetti squash could fill …

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