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    • #8719
      Renee Fourie
      Keymaster

      Share the love and showcase your ancient & heritage grains recipe/resources here!

    • #8787
      merb
      Participant

      Here’s a link to a cool recipe zine all about barley from Oregon State University.  I’ve made the tempeh recipe several times and it’s terrific.  https://barleyworld.org/sites/barleyworld.org/files/final_osu_barley_zine.pdf

    • #9145
      Pamela Barosso
      Participant

      Artisan Bread Made Easy

      Hi everyone – I am sharing a video from the Monroeville Library YouTube channel which is a short tutorial on baking bread – for those of us, myself included, who are still beginners at the craft.

       

       

      • #9176
        Linda DeWitt
        Participant

        That WAS fun and encouraging:). Thanks for sharing, Pamela!

    • #9178
      Pamela Barosso
      Participant

      You are welcome Linda!  The text area of the YouTube has the link to the original article which also includes the recipe.  Let me know if you try it and how it works for you.

    • #9180
      Pamela Barosso
      Participant

      Patisserie at Home

      Patisserie – A pâtisserie is a type of Italian, French or Belgian bakery that specializes in pastries and sweets, as well as a term for these types of food. (Wikipedia).

      I am looking at a copy of the above book and recipes and thinking about our class readings and grains.  “All purpose flour” is called for in all of the book’s recipes for pie crust, sugar crust pastry, sweet crust pastry, puff pastry, brioche dough, baba dough, croissant dough, coux pastry, genoese sponge and lady finger recipes. I am reflecting on now how I select the flour I choose to use when I try a recipe such as these and how it makes a difference.

       

    • #9234
      Jen deHaan
      Participant

      Here’s one of my barley recipes! Making this one again, and thought of this thread. Mushroom and Barley stew primary ingredients include barley, squash, beets, carrots, onions and mushrooms with turmeric, garlic and mushroom broth as primary flavors. Lots of substitutions and additions obviously work with this.

      https://www.plantbasedrecipe.com/articles/vegan-winter-stew-recipe/

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