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Cooking With Ancient Grains

Author : Maria Baez Kijac
ISBN : 9781440579578
Genre : Cooking
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Ancient grains made modern and delicious! Rich in fiber and antioxidants, ancient grains like quinoa, chia, amaranth, and kaniwa are known for their nutritional value. In Cooking with Ancient Grains, you'll discover just how wholesome and tasty these grains are with 75 recipes by award-winning author Maria Baez Kijac. From breakfast and dinner to snacks and desserts, each delicious dish not only provides important nutrients and proteins, but also keeps you feeling full throughout the day. Best of all, you'll never feel trapped in the kitchen with these simple recipes, such as: Palachinkes with Amaranth Flour Dates Stuffed with Gorgonzola, Walnuts, and Kaniwa Quinoa, Black Rice, and Smoked Salmon Salad Mushroom and Watercress Soup with Amaranth Quinoa Macaroni and Broccoli Gratinee Mango Parfait with Chia Seeds Complete with step-by-step instructions and beautiful photographs, Cooking with Ancient Grains will help you harness all of the goodness that quinoa, amaranth, chia, and kaniwa have to offer.

Grain Power

Author : Patricia Green
ISBN : 9780143189800
Genre : Cooking
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TRANSFORM YOUR MEALS WITH HEALTHY & DELICIOUS GLUTEN-FREE ANCIENT GRAINS Grain Power makes it simple to include a variety of delicious gluten-free ancient grains in your everyday meals. Ancient grains are great tasting and not only ideal for people with food allergies, gluten intolerance and health issues, but also those looking for delicious, nutrient-rich grains for a healthy lifestyle. Packed with lots of variety and unique, natural flavors, recipes feature the most popular and versatile gluten-free ancient grains available today. It’s easy to super-charge all your meals with these health-boosting, nutrient-dense superfoods: amaranth buckwheat chia kañiwa quinoa millet oats sorghum teff Grain Power is a complete cookbook featuring everything you need to know about cooking these amazing ancient grains, as well as combining them into unique superblends. Grain Power features over 100 easy-to-make, delicious recipes like Pumpkin Spice Steel-Cut Oats, Chewy Chocolate Granola with Cherries & Buckwheat, Millet & Quinoa Blueberry Pecan Snack Bars, Smoked Ham and Leek Amaranth Chowder, Thin-Crust Vegetable Pizza with Fresh Basil, and Caramel Apple Buckwheat Crêpes.

The South American Table

Author : Maria Baez Kijac
ISBN : 1558322493
Genre : Cooking
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This book has over 450 recipes from 10 countries for everything from tamales, ceviches, and empanadas that are popular across the continent to specialties that define individual cuisines.

Power Grains

Author : Ryland Peters & Small
ISBN : 1849757216
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Over 25 delicious recipes that make introducing Ancient grains to your diet a doddle. Move over wheat, there's a new grain in town. In fact there are many. A whole host of power grains are now available in our stores, grains that are proven to improve health; high in fibre and plant-based proteins, vitamins and minerals, they boost energy, keep you fuller for longer, and improve skin from the inside out. Recipes for breakfast, soups and salads, larger plates, and bakes include Power protein granola, Peach and chia smoothies, Freekeh, pumpkin and crispy ginger salad, Roast asparagus and farro soup, Quinoa burgers with Portobello mushrooms, Saffron shrimp barley pilaf, Trout stuffed with farro, dates and pine nuts, as well as sweet treats like Fresh blueberry tarts, and Peanut butter cookies. Whether you need a brain boost for class, protein power for energy or fuel food for the day, you'll find ideas to get started here.

Grain Power

Author : Patricia Green
ISBN : 9780143189800
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 38. 10 MB
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TRANSFORM YOUR MEALS WITH HEALTHY & DELICIOUS GLUTEN-FREE ANCIENT GRAINS Grain Power makes it simple to include a variety of delicious gluten-free ancient grains in your everyday meals. Ancient grains are great tasting and not only ideal for people with food allergies, gluten intolerance and health issues, but also those looking for delicious, nutrient-rich grains for a healthy lifestyle. Packed with lots of variety and unique, natural flavors, recipes feature the most popular and versatile gluten-free ancient grains available today. It’s easy to super-charge all your meals with these health-boosting, nutrient-dense superfoods: amaranth buckwheat chia kañiwa quinoa millet oats sorghum teff Grain Power is a complete cookbook featuring everything you need to know about cooking these amazing ancient grains, as well as combining them into unique superblends. Grain Power features over 100 easy-to-make, delicious recipes like Pumpkin Spice Steel-Cut Oats, Chewy Chocolate Granola with Cherries & Buckwheat, Millet & Quinoa Blueberry Pecan Snack Bars, Smoked Ham and Leek Amaranth Chowder, Thin-Crust Vegetable Pizza with Fresh Basil, and Caramel Apple Buckwheat Crêpes.

Cooking With Chia

Author : Nicky Arthur
ISBN : 1742573312
Genre : Chia
File Size : 84. 19 MB
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Cooking with Chia is the perfect book for anyone interested in this super food. You can dip in and try any of the delicious recipes, or follow Nicky Arthur's tips and guide to a healthier raw food diet. If you want to change to a raw, high protein diet, Nicky includes the must have list of ingredients for the pantry, and tips on how to prepare your kitchen environment, shopping, switching to fresh produce and raw food, and how to keep protein as a part of our diet with nuts, seeds, vegetables, fruits, grains and legumes. Also included are recipes for smoothies and drinks to start your day, breakfasts and light meals, lunches and small meals through to dinner and desserts.

Bread And Its Fortification

Author : Cristina M. Rosell
ISBN : 9781498701570
Genre : Medical
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Today, bread supplies over half of the caloric intake of the world’s population including a high proportion of the intake of Vitamins B and E. Bread therefore is a major food of the world. Bread was the main stables of the ancient Egyptian diet. Around 7,000 BC humans (probably Egyptians) somehow learned to grind grains in water and heat the mix on hot stoves to make unleavened bread. The art of bread making goes back to very early stages of different historical eras. Bread is an important part of the human diet, but for many people, it is much more than just providing macro- and micro-nutrients. Bread with their different types is influenced mainly by the nature of substrate and microorganisms involved in the fermentation. The components of bread depend on the type of bread and on practice and regulations operating in a country. They include basic components and other components (fortifying or enriching ingredients, emulsifiers, anti-fungal agents, anti-oxidants, enzymes and favoring agents, etc.). Bread and its Fortification for Nutrition and Health Benefits provides updated information in the area of bread and its fortification for health benefits. It serves as a useful reference book with recent advances in the areas of fermentation technology, bread microbiology, bread biotechnology, and bread biochemistry, which is related strongly to human health.

Simply Ancient Grains

Author : Maria Speck
ISBN : 9781607745891
Genre : Cooking
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The award-winning author of Ancient Grains for Modern Meals, Maria Speck makes cooking with ancient grains faster, more intuitive, and easier than ever before in this collection of recipes, most of which are gluten-free. From black rice to red quinoa to golden Kamut berries, ancient grains are showing up on restaurant menus and store shelves in abundance. Yet in home kitchens, many fear that whole grains are too difficult and time-consuming to prepare. In Simply Ancient Grains, Maria makes cooking with these fascinating and nourishing staples easy and accessible with sumptuous recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert. Her family-friendly dishes are Mediterranean-inspired and delicious, such as Spicy Honey and Habanero Shrimp with Cherry Couscous; Farro Salad with Roasted Eggplant, Caramelized Onion, and Pine Nuts; and Red Rice Shakshuka with Feta Cheese. Maria’s tips and simplified approach take whole grain cooking to the next level by amplifying the flavor and enduring beauty of these nutritious grains. From the Hardcover edition.

Pseudocereals

Author : Claudia Monika Haros
ISBN : 9781118938287
Genre : Science
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The aim of this book is to update knowledge and summarise recent research on pseudocereals, particularly regarding their botanical characteristics, composition, structure, use, production, technology and impact on human health. In the last few years, pseudocereals – in particular amaranth and quinoa – have acquired increased importance (which is also due to the increased demand for gluten?]free food). Worldwide, the demand for amaranth and quinoa has risen immensely, as seen in rising prices for amaranth and quinoa. At the same time, research in all relevant fields has intensified. At present there is some confusion surrounding the term ‘pseudocereals’ and what it does and does not include, for example kiwicha which is Amaranthus caudatus or kaniwa which is Chenopodium pallidicaule. Sometimes other grains are included in the pseudocereal group like chia (Salvia hispanica L), an oleaginous seed. One of the aims of the book is to clear up some of the confusion over what is included in the group of pseudocereals. The book will include: the origin, production and utilization of pseudocereals; structure and composition of kernels; carbohydrates/fibre/bioactive compounds of kernels; proteins and amino acids of kernels; lipids of kernels; pseudocereal dry and wet milling: processes, products and applications; food uses of whole pseudocereals; pseudocereals in gluten free products; and the nutritional and health implications of pseudocereal intake.

The Land Where Lemons Grow

Author : Helena Attlee
ISBN : 9780141967868
Genre : Travel
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Travellers have always been thrilled by the sight of citrus in Italy, where dark leaves and bright fruit seem to charge the landscape, making the trees symbols of a sun-soaked, poetic vision of the country. Citrus also holds a special place in the Italian imagination, and in The Land Where Lemons Grow, Helena Attlee sets out to explore its curious past and its enduring resonance in Italian culture. Building on a life of travel and work in Italy, she undertakes a journey encompassing the sticky streets of Ivrea during the Battle of Oranges, the comfortable gardens of Tuscany's villas and a magic triangle of land in Sicily, where the best blood oranges in the world grow in the shadow of a volcano. She maps the citron's long migration from the foothills of the Himalayas to the shores of southern Italy, traces the bitter juice of Seville oranges through ancient Roman and Renaissance cookery books, exposes early manifestations of the Mafia during the nineteenth-century citrus boom, and laments the loss of landscapes shaped by citrus cultivation. The book is a celebration of the unique qualities of Italy's citrus fruit, from bergamot that will thrive only on a short stretch of coastline, to Calabria's Diamante citrons, vital to Jews all over the world during the celebration of Sukkoth. The Land Where Lemons Grow is a heady mixture of travel writing, history, horticulture and art; a unique journey through Italy's cultural, culinary and political past. Helena Attlee is the author of four books about Italian gardens, and others on the cultural history of gardens around the world. Helena is a Fellow of the Royal Literary Fund and has worked in Italy for nearly 30 years.

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