Homemade rustic 100% whole grain spelt pumpkin sourdough bread that is nutrient dense and perfect for morning toast with butter.
Sourdough cake made with 100% whole ground rye flour, unprocessed cacao powder and hazelnuts – moist, nourishing and delicious.
The book of seasons is turning another page, and I find myself craving comfort and warmth of baking more than ever. As much I as I love a bowl of yogurt and granola, there is something magical about toasting a piece of homemade whole grain bread on a dark and […]
If you ever wondered if it’s possible to make pitas from einkorn – it definitely is! Even though einkorn is more fragile than regular wheat because of its weaker gluten and higher protein, it makes delicious pitas that can be used for stuffing. I keep my pitas relatively small – […]
Have you ever tried whole grain bread? The kind that’s made from grains not processed in any other way rather than milling? I’d venture to guess – probably not. When it comes to whole grain bread, most folks think of a nice soft loaf studded with pretty specs of bran. […]
MY BREAD EATING EVOLUTION Everything and anything in unrestricted quantities. Store-bought’ healthy whole grain’ bread. No bread at all. Occasionally indulge. No, better not. Oh, the misery. That’s it.. I’m making my own and enjoying every bite! Enjoying every bite of wholesome, homemade, naturally leavened bread is the only stage […]
Baking with einkorn is a constant learning experience; because of its high protein and low gluten content (yay, einkorn!), it doesn’t perform the same as any other flours, it’s more fragile, ferments a lot faster, and tends to create drier loaves. But with some experimentation, it is possible to create […]
Recipe to make beautiful and moist artisan ancient grain flaxseed sourdough bread with spelt, einkorn or kamut flours.
These sourdough bagels are pure awesomeness, soft and chewy inside, with a smooth shiny top, and the best part – they are easy to digest and high in important nutrients, compliment of long fermentation. I add a touch of oat flour because I think it adds extra softness to the […]
These crepes, called blinys, are a traditional Russian dish that every single family eats on regular basis. There is a holiday called Maslenitsa during which blinys are served and eaten in enormous quantities. Maslenitsa is a celebration of the end of winter, and these crepes symbolize a warming sun. It’s […]