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90% of US children eat more sodium than recommended. 1 in 6 have raised blood pressure. Want healthy kids? Then stop feeding them so many salty foods.
This incredibly delicious, yet incredibly healthy, gluten-free bread recipe comes from Josey Baker Bread, the fun, new eponymous cookbook from the charming San Francisco–bread maker. With thirty-eight core recipes and lots of variations this new cookbook will teach you how to think like a baker!
Toast is a universal food. It’s comfort. Quick. Warm. Crunchy.
Once you start making your own bread, it’s totally addictive: the store-bought kind just can’t compete. This vegan wheat roll recipe works wonderfully for sandwiches or garlic bread, but (like any potentially addictive substance) should be used responsibly!
On the very first day of October Unprocessed, I said I would bake my own bread this month. At first, I wondered if I had bitten off more than I could chew, but I think I’ve managed to get the hang of this. As a baker, I rate myself as somewhere between novice and intermediate. […]
The folks at King Arthur Flour are touting their Life Skills Bread Baking Program.
One of the many food products I waste too often is bread. I’ll buy a baguette and use half of it, leaving the remains until they’re too hard to chew. I’ll bake fresh bread and let a third of it get soft and stale (which really annoys me). Even a store-bought loaf of bread often languishes in the bread box until it’s far past its sell-by date. This frustrates me, because I love bread!
Try this traditional holiday bread from the Provence region of France. It is incredibly versatile and you can make it by following just a few simple steps. It has a rich satisfying brioche-like texture, yet has no dairy products. The key to its flavor is a generous amount of extra virgin olive oil, and I’ve added fresh herbs to this variation of the recipe. It’s a great way to add a special touch to your holiday meals or to bring to a dinner party.
Did you stock up on a sale of cranberries over Thanksgiving? Are they sitting in your freezer? Wonder what to do with them? Here are five ideas that aren’t cranberry sauce.
Egg substitutes for your recipes during the recall. Learn about eggs’ purpose in recipes, and how you can get around using them.
Have you ever tried to find bread that doesn’t contain HFCS? I’ve had many a frustrating moment at my local grocery store, and my husband has even called me from the bread aisle when he wasn’t able to find a single loaf that didn’t list the stuff.
7 (or more) alternatives to a standard peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Do you love peanut butter and jelly sandwiches too much? Think you need a break from them or need to change it up a bit? Here are 7 (tested) alternatives to a peanut butter and jelly sandwich you can try out.