Looking for a great tasting grain bread, anybody have a fav?
My favorite grain bread is Spelt bread ... and Rudy's is the yummiest brand i've found (available at Whole Foods)
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Here are a few of my favorites:
And this is a good rye bread:
You're very welcome.
If you are looking for a store bought brand Food for Life makes some great ones.
sorry ment to say also the less expensive place I found it was trader joe's
For store-bought, I can recommend Alvarado Street Sprouted Multi-Grain. If you are fortunate enough to be in the Gunnison/Crested Butte, CO, area Mountain Oven's Birdseed Bread is the way to go!
Should we cook beets for smoothies or it is not necessary?
asked by Tania Jimenez 38 minutes ago
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I get a beet, carrot, apple and ginger juice every day from my local health food store and they use raw beets. Now that is using a juicer, I would imagine using a blender for a smoothie would be similar. Have never made a beet smoothie but if you cooked them they would probably blend more easily and you could use the cooking liquid as one of the components of the smoothie so you don't lose vital nutrients.
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