Soaked Sprouted Oatmeal Flour Cookies

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I sprout some spelt and whole oats, make a flour from them for some quick cakes or cookies for such times when I have no time or desire for soaking the dough for 12-24 hours. Soaking, sprouting or fermenting the grains before consumption is required to reduce the phytic acid …

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Soft Gluten-Free Cookies with Cacao Nibs (Easy!)

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This cookies do not taste like gluten-free, not chewy, just normal cookies which melt in your mouth. Notes on some of the ingredients. Flour. I used Gluten free flour mixture. Find the recipe here. If you use different mixture cookies may not turn out as I described – soft and …

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Coconut flour Pie Crust

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Print Coconut flour Pie Crust Ingredients ½ cup coconut oil or grass-fed butter, Melted 2 pastured Eggs ¼ Teaspoon Sea Salt ¾ Cup coconut flour 1-3 Tablespoons Maple syrup or raw Honey Instructions Preheat oven to 400 degrees. In a medium bowl beat butter, eggs, honey and salt together with …

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Oven Broiled Veggies

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This is my favorite way of cooking veggies. Vegetables are not overcooked, still crispy, juicy and very yummy. You can chose any vegetables you like: tomatoes, onions, sweet pepper, zucchini, …anything. I like broiled sweet peppers, zucchini, onions, and tomatoes the most. Let’s begin. Print Broiled Crispy Veggies Ingredients Vegetables …

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“Falling Asleep” Bath Bombs for Restful Sleep

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Try these if you have difficulties with sleeping! I fall dead asleep as soon as I close my eyes without any baths or alike, but kids are another story 🙂 Fun to make these bombs with children and then using them in their baths. The bath bombs get fizzy when …

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Simple Cooked Broccoli

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Broccoli is a protein, vitamin and mineral rich super vegetable. It has many health benefits. Broccoli supports bone health, immune system, eye health, heart health, nervous system, aids in detoxification of the body, benefits the skin, and is anti-inflammatory according to some sources. There are many ways of cooking broccoli. …

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Soaked Quinoa Flatbread or Pizza Crust

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Delicious and nourishing combination of soaked quinoa and coconut flour! My 3 year old little one loves this flatbread. I love it too. It has a soft pleasant texture if you make it thicker, crispy if you make it thinner. You can use it as a healthier pizza crust but …

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Grape Leaf Dolma or Rolls with Minced Meat and Rice

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Grape leaf rolls (dolma) are grape leaves stuffed with minced meat, onions, carrots (optional), spices and rice. This dish is SO yummy that I don’t know any single person that doesn’t like it. You can make bunch of grape leaf rolls, cook some and freeze the rest (uncooked) for later …

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Almond Cookies with Coconut and Dark Chocolate

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This is one of the easiest recipes that you can hardly fail. These almond cookies are gluten free, nutritious, filling, nourishing, and very yummy! Before I begin let me make some notes on the ingredients. Almonds. I soak the almonds in salty water for 24 hours and dehydrate them in …

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