Einkorn

Author: Carla Bartolucci
Publisher: Clarkson Potter
ISBN: 0804186480
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Discover the ancient grain with tremendous flavor that is a true gift for many who suffer from gluten sensitivity. The only wheat in existence that has never been hybridized or modified, einkorn grew thousands of years ago in the Fertile Crescent. Carla Bartolucci came across it when searching for an alternative grain for her daughter Giulia, who was diagnosed with gluten sensitivity in 2008. Einkorn has remained unaltered for thousands of years, which allows many, including Giulia—who suffered from mood swings, asthma, and digestive problems—to eat wheat without symptoms. Amazed by her daughter’s health transformation, Carla became a champion of this little-known, nutrient-packed grain. Einkorn shares 100 delicious recipes for working with the grain and its flour in a wide variety of flavorful dishes, such as Yogurt Blueberry Muffins, Spinach Lasagna Bolognese, Neapolitan Pizza Margherita, and Soft & Chewy Ginger Cookies—as well as sourdough and yeasted breads like Classic French Boule and buttery Sweet Potato Rolls. This book also explores einkorn’s history, unique genetics, and superior nutrient content, while sharing Carla’s tips for using it to its full baking and cooking potential. With eighty-five beautiful color photographs, Einkorn will introduce home cooks to a delicious ancient grain that can transform the way they eat for the better by adding more nutrition and flavor to the foods they love.

Bread Toast Crumbs

Author: Alexandra Stafford
Publisher: Clarkson Potter
ISBN: 0553459848
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With praise from Dorie Greenspan, Jim Lahey, and David Lebovitz, the definitive bread-baking book for a new generation. But this book isn’t just about baking bread-- it’s about what to do with the slices and heels and nubs from those many loaves you’ll bake. Alexandra Stafford grew up eating her mother’s peasant bread at nearly every meal—the recipe for which was a closely-guarded family secret. When her blog, Alexandra’s Kitchen, began to grow in popularity, readers started asking how to make the bread they’d heard so much about; the bread they had seen peeking into photos. Finally, Alexandra’s mother relented, and the recipe went up on the internet. It has since inspired many who had deemed bread-baking an impossibility to give it a try, and their results have exceeded expectations. The secret is in its simplicity: the no-knead dough comes together in fewer than five minutes, rises in an hour, and after a second short rise, bakes in buttered bowls. After you master the famous peasant bread, you’ll work your way through its many variations, both in flavor (Cornmeal, Jalapeno, and Jack; Three Seed) and form (Cranberry Walnut Dinner Rolls; Cinnamon Sugar Monkey Bread). You’ll enjoy bread’s usual utilities with Food Cart Grilled Cheese and the Summer Tartine with Burrata and Avocado, but then you’ll discover its true versatility when you use it to sop up Mussels with Shallot and White Wine or juicy Roast Chicken Legs. Finally, you’ll find ways to savor every last bite, from Panzanella Salad Three Ways to Roasted Tomato Soup to No-Bake Chocolate-Coconut Cookies. Alexandra's Kitchen, Finalist for the Saveur Blog Awards Most Inspired Weeknight Dinners 2016 From the Hardcover edition.

The Nourished Kitchen

Author: Jennifer McGruther
Publisher: Ten Speed Press
ISBN: 1607744694
Size: 58.47 MB
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A cookbook from the author of the popular website Nourished Kitchen, featuring 175 recipes based on the "traditional foods" philosophy of eating, which emphasizes whole grains, dairy, red meat, organ meats, and fermented foods. The traditional foods movement is a fad-free approach to cooking and eating that emphasizes nutrient-dense, real food, and values quality, environment, and community over the convenience of processed, additive-laden products that are the norm on grocery store shelves. Based on the research of Weston A. Price, who studied the diets of indigenous peoples to understand the relationship between nutrition and health, a traditional foods diet avoids processed ingredients, but allows meat, animal fat, and grains. It embraces cultured dairy, such as kefir and yogurt, that contain beneficial bacteria; fermented foods, such as sauerkraut and kombucha, that are rich in probiotics; and organ meats that are packed with vitamins and minerals. It also celebrates locally grown foods. By choosing ingredients from nearby sources, you create a stronger connection to your food, and have a better understanding what you’re eating and how it was produced. In The Nourished Kitchen, Jennifer McGruther guides you through her traditional foods kitchen and offers more than 160 recipes inspired by the seasons, land, and waters around her. In the morning, fuel up with Eggs Poached in Fiery Tomato Sauce. On a hot summer day, Cucumber Salad with Dill and Kefir is a cooling side dish, and on a chilly fall evening, Barley in Broth with Bacon and Kale offers comfort and warmth. Old-Fashioned Meat Loaf with Gravy makes a hearty family meal, while Chicken in Riesling with Peas can be the centerpiece of an elegant supper. Satisfy your sweet tooth with Maple-Roasted Pears, and quench your thirst with naturally fermented Vanilla Mint Soda. With the benefit of Jennifer’s experience, you can craft a loaf of Whole Wheat and Spelt Sourdough Bread and stock your kitchen with Spiced Sour Pickles with Garlic. The Nourished Kitchen not only teaches how to prepare wholesome, nourishing foods, but also encourages a mindful approach cooking and a celebration of old-world culinary traditions that have sustained healthy people for millennia. Whether you’re already a practitioner of the traditional foods lifestyle or simply trying to incorporate more natural, highly nutritious foods into your routine, you will find plenty to savor in The Nourished Kitchen.

Natural Baking

Author: Carolin Strothe
Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd
ISBN: 0241402018
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Yes, you can have your cake - and eat less sugar too. Described by Jamie Oliver as his "favourite baking book of the year", the healthy baking recipes for these beautiful cakes cut down on sugar, or cut it out altogether, thanks to the imaginative use of natural ingredients. As a bonus, many of the recipes are also gluten-free and dairy-free. Discover how to bake more than 70 delicious low-sugar and sugar-free recipes, including healthier versions of favourites such as carrot cake, muffins, gingerbread and hot cross buns. Every recipe tempts with a stunning photo of the finished cake or bake. The recipes contain little or no processed sugar, instead relying on easy-to-source sugar substitutes and natural sugar alternatives, such as honey and seasonal produce. Foraged edible flowers adorn decadent chocolate muffins and freshly picked berries peek out from between the layers of beautiful cakes, creating a feast for the eyes too. Written by Carolin Strothe - cook, food stylist, and author of the award-winning blog Frau Herzblut - and her husband Sebastian Keitel, the book explains the benefits of a low-sugar diet and debunks the myth that healthy baking must come with a compromise. Carolin includes a seasonal calendar to help you choose the best ingredients; basic recipes for pantry essentials such as apple sauce and cashew cream; and tips to help you elevate the look of your creations using natural colourings. With Low-Sugar Baking you can cook and enjoy treats in a healthy, guilt-free way.

Wheat Health Management

Author: R. James Cook
Publisher: Amer Phytopathological Society
ISBN:
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Table of ContentsWheats in the Wild; Growth and Development of the Healthy Wheat Plant; Limiting Effects of the Physical and Chemical Environment; Limiting Effects of Pests and Diseases; Economic Implications of Wheat Health Management; Principles of Pest and Disease Control; Wheat Health Management Before Planting; Wheat Health Management at Planting; Wheat Health Management Postplant and Postharvest; Holistic Health for Wheat; Index

Specialty Grains For Food And Feed

Author: Elsayed Abdel-Aal
Publisher: Amer Assn of Cereal Chemists
ISBN:
Size: 39.41 MB
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For the first time, there is one source of information on the numerous specialty or alternative grains that are today finding new niche markets. The grains covered in this comprehensive resource include einkorn, emmer, Kamut, spelt, waxy wheat, hulless barley, hairless canary seed (a newly developed cultivar for human consumption), hulless oats, specialty rye, specialty sorghum, blue and purple grains, amaranth, buckwheat, and organic grains. The book provides details of the history, genetic background, agronomic needs, and advantages and disadvantages of these crops, each described by experts in their field. The roles of the production of these grains in maintaining diversity and protecting the environment, and in contributing to food safety, nutrition, and health are discussed.Fact and fiction about cereal grains and celiac disease are covered. One chapter specifically addresses the relationship between grain consumption, health, and health claims. The work is timely, if not overdue, in the context of the rapid development of organic farming and the concerns of many over the safety and nutritional quality of the food supply, agronomic practices, the environment, and agricultural diversity. The book provides enough information to help the reader to reach informed conclusions about the issues involved in these emerging areas of interest. The compendium is fully referenced, allowing those interested to follow up on the information provided. This is particularly important for today?s cereal and baking industry, as new pressures develop to produce food perceived as healthier, safe,r and more environmentally friendly. Undoubtedly, it will be a useful resource for the grain industry, ingredient manufacturers, food producers, new product developers, growers, and the informed consumer. It will contribute to a continuing development of the growing markets for food products that utilize specialty grains.

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Friendly Food

Author: Rob Loblay
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
ISBN: 1760871834
Size: 38.90 MB
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Enjoy life with friendly food! Completely revised, updated and expanded to include more easy, delicious recipes for vegetarian dishes, salads, stir-fry, risotto and pasta sauces, this new edition of the original bestseller is designed to help anyone with a food intolerance or food allergy-infant, child or adult-avoid trigger foods, stay well and enjoy a full and rich life. Drawing on more than 30 years of research at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Allergy Unit and the University of Sydney, the expert guidance is accessible, authoritative and clinically endorsed. Together with simple-to-use food chemical charts, sensible nutrition advice, meal plans and lifestyle tips on how best to adjust your diet and daily life, here is all the information you need to live life well.

Wholefood From The Ground Up

Author: Jude Blereau
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
ISBN: 195253416X
Size: 66.73 MB
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Jude Blereau was living a wholefood life long before 'wholefood' was a buzzword for healthy living, and she knows better than most that one of the greatest obstacles to healthy eating is time, or lack of it. But with just a little preparation you can build a solid food foundation, so being busy doesn't have to mean going hungry ... Wholefood from the ground up distills Jude's wealth of knowledge into one incredible guide. In addition to more than 120 nourishing recipes there is clear information about what constitutes 'good' food, where to source it and how to use it to its best effect. There is also a guide to building a wholefood pantry from scratch as well as practical tips for planning and preparing food ahead. Eat well, even on the busiest days.

The Homemade Flour Cookbook

Author: Erin Alderson
Publisher: Fair Winds Press
ISBN: 1627880178
Size: 78.89 MB
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Have you heard? Milling at home can be less expensive and healthier than buying pre-ground flours! Much of the flour that is sold in grocery stores has been stripped of its nutrients and has extra ingredients and preservatives added to prolong shelf life. Not only that, but some flours, like almond, can run as high as $15 per bag! There has to be a better way.DIV /divDIVThere is with The Homemade Flour Cookbook. Erin Alderson will explore the different ways to grind flour including electric and non-electric grinders, food processors, blenders, and even coffee grinders, making it easy for any do-it-yourself homemaker to have fresh flour whenever needed./divDIV /divDIVTry out great grain recipes like Cheddar Rosemary Farro Scones, Zucchini Feta Empanadas, Einkorn Biscuit Cinnamon Rolls, and Black Pepper Pasta with Goat Cheese and Pesto. There are also dozens of Gluten-Free recipes. Check out Butternut Squash and Goat Cheese Lasagna, Cheddar jalapeño quesadillas with quinoa tortillas, Berry Crisp with Oat Dumplings, or Buckwheat Dutch Baby with Maple Cherries! There are even recipes for legume, nut, or seed flours. Flatbread with sun-dried tomato dip, Feta and Curried Red Lentil Dip, Honey Sunflower Biscuits with Jam and Dark Chocolate Dipped Almond Meal Biscotti are just a few of the recipes that you’ll make with your own hand-milled flour! /div