Archive for January, 2011

January 5, 2011

how to make almond milk

Years ago—who am I kidding, it was more than a decade, I had my first sip of freshmade almond milk. It was while I was touring the Natural Gourmet Cookery school, now known as the Natural Gourmet Institute. While tuition costs superceded my dreams of attending, that almond milk has haunted me to this day.

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January 5, 2011

semolina soda bread

When we last crossed paths, I dispensed a handy tip for making your own oat flour.

I also promised a recipe for oat soda bread would follow. I’m not one to go back on my word, but I got so excited at both the taste and ease of the recipe, I couldn’t wait for the day to pass. No worries you can still get the recipe over at In Jennie’s Kitchen.

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January 3, 2011

homemade oat flour

This is so easy to make at home, it almost sounds silly to call it a recipe. Let’s call it a tip, okay? There are no exact measurements. Basically, you make as much as you need. One cup, or 3.5 ounces of old-fashioned oats yield 3.5 ounces of oat flour. The process is simple, requiring nothing more than a food processor.

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