Recipes and Posts Tagged whole grain

Popcorn Is A Whole Grain Snack

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Homemade Popcorn

Because corn is found in the supermarket produce section, many people believe corn is a vegetable when, in fact, it is a grain like, wheat, rice, barley, and quinoa. Corn is a versatile grain. It is ground into flour, processed for its oil high in polyunsaturated fat, used to make ... more

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Raw Quinoa

Cooking Quinoa

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Quinoa is a marketed as a gluten-free whole grain. Actually, quinoa is a seed grown in south America. Quinoa is easy to prepare. The cooking method is similar to cooking rice. Quinoa is added to boiling water and then simmered until the water or broth is absorbed. High fiber and ...

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Contains 18 Grams of Whole Grain

By: Daniel | Comments Off on Contains 18 Grams of Whole Grain | | Category: Breakfast, General Information | Tags : , , , , ,

“There’s a sucker born every minute.” P.T. Barnum This is the mantra of many manufactured and fast food marketing departments. How do you make a product or food with little or no nutritional value appear to be healthy for you or at least healthier? Food manufactures and restaurants know many ... more

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Apple Steel Cut Oatmeal

10 Minute Steel Cut Oatmeal

Pictured in Photo: steel cut oats with diced apple. If you have avoided making steel cut oatmeal due to the 40 to 50 minute cooking time, you now have one less excuse. You can reduce cooking time to as little as 10 minutes using the method in this recipe that ...

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The Goodness of Bread?

By: Daniel | Comments Off on The Goodness of Bread? | | Category: Fiber, Health Benefits, Sodium | Tags : , , ,

For years American’s have been warned to limit eating bread and other products made from refined wheat flour. These high carbohydrate, high glycemic index foods have been proven to cause blood glucose spikes which can lead to overeating by causing the desire to eat even if you’ve eaten enough calories ... more

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