[permaculture] nutrition -- sprouted kamut bread
venaurafarm at bellsouth.net
Sun Oct 28 19:55:59 EDT 2012
On 10/28/2012 7:16 PM, FranandDave Nokes wrote:
> We did try some with other techniques, including using a meat grinder
> for a while. It was just a little meat grinder so there was a lot of
> loading to do. This gives a chewier texture without the grains
That's the info I was looking for. I will then stick with my large
collection of hand crank: food grinders, meat grinders, grain mills
I am sure they will do the job. I would prefer the chewy texture too.
Raw apple date sauce:
A recipe for tart sweet apples, raw and with sweet Barhis dates:
Chill the apples
core and cut into large slices
feed slices into a hand crank, tabletop mounted meat grinder with coarse
add many Barhis dates along with the apple slices to the grinder
put coarse apple-date sauce in bowl and enjoy this excellent raw food
for breakfast by itself - make it the whole meal
> thoroughly broken down. We paid a 100 for the food processor and it
> does many things, including shredding and slicing. We actually make
> all of the food we eat, and do not use much of anything at all that
> is processed other than, say, some matcha tea, if you call that
> processed. Oh, and things like dried this or that and maybe a powder
> or two (moringa being my latest). Thanks for the smorg of food for
I may have to try this. I usually drink coffee but I hear it works
against friendly gut microflora so I switched 1/2 time to green or
jasmine tea. I like herb tea most of the time
> thought below. Shall check in with that a little later. Following
> Dave's progress in the search for camper van! Greetings from the west
Camper van: lots of issues with used equipment, including engine. For my
money maybe OK if you get a bargain, otherwise maybe a money sinkhole.
Get a Toyota truck and build your own camper onto it, 2 storey!
> coast. Lovely, calm, day without rain. Hope you're okay out east!
Hurricane/tropical storm coming up North of me.
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