Baking Your Own Bread

Baking Your Own Bread

I’ve Got the Need to Knead Is there anything better than hot fresh baked bread right out of the bread machine or bread cloche slathered in butter? For my money, I’d say no, nothing compares to buttery soft bread still steaming when it’s cut open. Baking your own bread has many advantages; taste, cost, and …

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Baking with Flaxseed Part 2

Baking with Flaxseed Part 2

Flaxseed is an excellent source of dietary fiber. One ounce of flaxseed provides 32% of the USDA’s daily recommendation of fiber. In addition, flaxseed is high in essential nutrients including vitamins, minerals, folic acid, and omega 3 fatty acids. Baking with flaxseed adds texture quality to baked goods as well as many nutritional benefits without …

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Baking with Flaxseed

Baking with Flaxseed

Versatile Flax Boosts Nutrition and Flavor in Baked Goods Flax is a natural superfood, packed with healthy nutrients and antioxidants. Also known as flaxseed or flax meal, it has nearly 2g of heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids in every tablespoon. Gram for gram, flaxseed has an equivalent amount of omega-3 as salmon – without the fishy …

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My Four Favorite Gluten-Free Baking Recipes

My Four Favorite Gluten-Free Baking Recipes

Gluten is a protein found in foods made from wheat and other grains, such as barley, spelt, and rye. Many people have an allergy or sensitivity to foods containing gluten, while others avoid it because it tends to raise blood sugar levels. Whatever the reason for avoiding it, there are four best gluten-free recipes for …

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