Sprouted Wheat Pancakes

1. Place 1 cup berries in a bowl and thoroughly rinse them. I like to use a large strainer like this because a colander usually has holes that are too large. Cover them with water and let them soak for 24 hours.       2. After 24 hours pour off water, rinse once, then cover the bowl with a towel….

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Corned Beef Recipe

Corned Beef Recipe

Lois’ Plum Sauce

10 cups plums, pitted and quartered (about 4 pounds) 1 cup apple cider vinegar 2 cups brown sugar 1 cup white sugar 1 inch piece fresh ginger, minced. If you don’t have fresh, substitute about 1/2 teaspoon or so of dried ginger 1 tablespoon salt 2 tablespoons mustard seed 2 tablespoons chopped green chili peppers. You can use canned, but…

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Sour Dough Starter

1 package Active Dry Yeast 2 cups warm water 3 1/2 cups all-purpose flour 1 tablespoon sugar In a 4 quart container dissolve yeast in warm water (110-115 degrees); let stand 5 minutes. Add flour and sugar. By hand, stir until blended. The mixture will be thick; any remaining lumps will dissolve during the fermentation process. Cover loosely with plastic…

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Sour Dough English Muffins

Thank you Nancy Kress for the following recipe: The key factors are a very wet dough, and over kneading the dough. It’s wet enough that I would be unwilling to knead by hand – super messy. I use a stand mixer. And I knead past the point of it stretching out nicely – it should break, much like it does…

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Chuck Roast in Red Wine

This recipe should have a more glamorous name, but since I am just a simple cook my simple title will have to do. I cooked this up recently and wanted to share it with you, as the flavor was wonderful.   Start with a 2 to 3 pound GrassRoots Meats Chuck Roast. Sear it in a iron skillet or dutch…

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