I was looking for a quick bread recipe to have with Soup aux gourganes and homemade vegan cheeses. Gourganes are on special at Adonis again this week. My mom reminded me of an old bread recipe she had found in a magazine years ago. So, I did a little research, and put this recipe together.
Last week I spotted something new on the shelf at Costco, which tends to happen often these days, so going to Costco has become an adventure! The minute I saw Organic Matcha powder, I knew I had to buy it… well, not quite…
Ok, I haven’t met anyone who can eat just one of these, ok, maybe I have learned some self-discipline… I only had one at lunch while my guest had four, maybe five! They make a great gift, and they are my most popular snack food for meetings and workshops!
My second time making this recipe, inspired from the Lacto-Fermentation ebook from Cultures for Health, and it is awesome! I used half and half orange and yellow sweet peppers this time, along with celery leaves, fresh basil and juice of one lime. I let it ferment for 3 days; condo is warm at this time of year. I use pickle pebbles and pipes.
Okay, so the holidays are coming and I thought I’d try something different from the ever-so-popular peanut butter cups—although I must admit that I just don’t seem to tire of them! This new recipe is peanut free, and has a holiday taste of rum, real rum… hic!… plus, they’re filled with healthy ingredients! According to my volunteer taste testers, they are yummy!
Tempeh is becoming increasingly popular as a healthy alternative to meat. Last fall, I began a wonderful journey of exploration into the world of homemade tempeh. After a fair share of hits and misses, mostly hits, I seem to have come to a method that works well, and makes yummy tempeh!
Okay, this is so yummy…. had to make a second batch! I had a craving for General Tao tempeh I just couldn’t shake this week. So, I searched for some recipes, played around with the ingredients, and voila! This is the first time I make black bean-soy tempeh. Boy, is it good! Another batch on the way. 🙂