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Kale, The Gift That Keeps on Giving, and Kale Pesto Tartines

Around this time of the summer, the zucchini cartoons start appearing in the paper. Gardeners are creeping around in the dark of night, unloading zucchini on unsuspecting neighbors. My question for everyone trying to unload their zucchini is, have you ever grown kale? Kale Just Keeps On Giving Trust me, kale cranks out the harvest

Beautiful Buckwheat, Brazil Nuts, and a Great Breakfast

Have you ever had two separate experiences, and as they percolated in your mind, the combination inspired something else entirely? That’s exactly what happened to me at last month’s Grain Gathering, and my inspiration was buckwheat. Buckwheat is Beautiful As I wrote last week, at the Grain Gathering I toured an experimental grain field, planted

Spread Purple Barley on a Smoothie Bowl for a Filling Breakfast

Purple Barley for a Post-Workout Powerhouse There’s something special about the post-workout meal. You’ve really earned this one, and you are probably ravenous. So ravenous that you need a big bowlful of food, and pronto. But post-workout is also when you are still thinking about how great it was to feel strong and fit, and

Start Seeing Barley-Make Purple Barley Pudding with Fruit

Barley doesn’t get much play these days. This ancient grain was once the staff of life in some parts of the world. Analysis of archaeological sites in the Fertile Crescent find genetic evidence of it being domesticated and cultivated there 10,000 years ago. Barley is mentioned in the bible, and the ancient Egyptians made it

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