Smoky Broccoli Quinoa Crunch

Smoky Broccoli Quinoa Crunch

Smoky, sweet, crunchy, chewy.  All of this sounds like a good idea to me. 

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Banana Spelt Muffins

Banana Spelt Muffins

Spelt is an heirloom whole grain, a member of the wheat family that has been around since the Egyptians.  Thank goodness it survived the mummies.

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Roasted Tomato Farro Salad

Roasted Tomato Farro Salad

Farro is an ancient wheat grain that used to feed Egyptian pharoahs and Roman legions.  Today, its nutty flavor and chewy texture makes it great for salads.

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Quinoa with Charred Summer Vegetables

Quinoa with Charred Summer Vegetables

Nothing says summer like charred vegetables, straight from the garden to the grill.  Toss with quinoa for a satisfying side.

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Cold Soba Noodle Salad

Cold Soba Noodle Salad

Buckwheat soba noodles are whole grain goodness: they cook fast, have satisfying texture, and offer great nutrition.  Now that's what I call using your noodle.  

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Quinoa Tabouleh

Who needs cracked wheat when you have quinoa?  This is what I call ancestral fusion:  Grain of the Andes meets flavors of Persia.  Take that, Lasagna Sushi :)

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"Super-Fuel" Quinoa Kale Salad

"Super-Fuel" Quinoa Kale Salad

Quinoa, Kale, Sweet Potato, Almond, Miso, Ginger, Orange.  All plants.  Sounds pretty super to me.

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Broccoli Tabouleh

Broccoli Tabouleh

You don't even need to turn on the stove for this refreshing salad.  Simply soak cracked wheat in warm water and you've got lunches for days.

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Red Rice, Yellow Cauli

Red Rice, Yellow Cauli

Worlds collide when Red Rice meets Yellow Cauli.  Harmony on a plate.

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Caramelized Onions with Kamut

Caramelized Onions with Kamut

Kamut has been called "Pharoah's Grain" for myths of its presence in the ancient tombs.  This dish takes on traditional Middle Eastern flavors, reflective of the grain's heritage.

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Cracked Wheat Greek Salad

Cracked Wheat Greek Salad

Cracked wheat, sometimes called bulgur, is a low-maintenance whole grain.  How to cook?  Just soak in warm tap water.  No need to turn on the stove.

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