Supergrains: Eat Your Way to Great Health by Chrissy Freer

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  • Amaranth & raisin cookies

    • SpatulaClark on March 14, 2020

      Nice snack cookies that keep well in airtight container. I like to make them with wholemeal spelt flour instead of wheat, double the ginger, and just a spoon of sugar. Also good with chopped prunes instead of raisins.

  • Millet salad with chilli lime prawns

    • eliza on February 05, 2014

      I made this last summer for a lunch and liked it a lot. I really liked that it uses millet which is similar to quinoa in size and texture, but is much less expensive. It was a good introduction to this book which seems to have a good variety of recipes.

  • Seeded spelt bread

    • SpatulaClark on March 16, 2020

      A good version of a standard seeded 'sandwich' bread, simple and quick to make. I used wheat for the white flour portion last time, and think it added noticeable extra structure. Much better rise with ice cubes in a tray under the loaf tin.

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  • ISBN 10 1742669948
  • ISBN 13 9781742669946
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  • Published Mar 14 2013
  • Format Paperback
  • Page Count 224
  • Language English
  • Countries Australia
  • Publisher Murdoch Books
  • Imprint Murdoch Books

Publishers Text

What we eat and the impact food has on our health is becoming increasingly important in today's fast-paced society. Supergrains are nutrient dense foods that are gaining worldwide attention for their health benefits and their versatility. This book explores 12 such supergrains - quinoa, amaranth, buckwheat, brown rice, chia seeds, millet, oats, kamut, spelt, barley, farro and freekeh - with information on their history, uses, and unique nutritive and health benefits. With over 100 delicious, easy recipes for everything from banana, honey and walnut bread to lamb biryani with coconut and chilli relish, Supergrains is packed with fresh and approachable information to give you the confidence to incorporate these tasty superfoods into your everyday eating and entertaining. Key points: an emerging trend presented in a fresh, contemporary, accessible way; includes recipes for both well-known and emerging grains; nutritional breakdown for each grain along with useful information covering history, unique nutritive and health benefits, and preparation; easy, fresh approachable recipes for everyday eating and entertaining.

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