This seems kind of expensive as time goes on. I don't want to penny pinch over my child's Health but at $5.50 for an eight pack it adds up. (3.1 oz. each)
Is there some really special culture you can't find elsewhere if just the packaging and taste that make it fly.
We have some smoothies...
I might do that when I have time. For now I am excited about making our morning quinoa as tasty and nutritious as possible. We now have almond milk and almond slices, raisins or craisins a little flax meal being added. I am considering adding chia seeds.
Any suggestions regarding possible...
A decent amount of time is saved and I like to do it that way. The same exact way every time is how I will do it and I will have it timed perfect with practice.
The bag from earthly choice, costco, and has gone from $8.49 to $10.99 in two years. I hear the Bolivians can't afford it anymore...
I am cooking this product each day and the bags says bring to vigorous boil then reduce to simmer and cover. Why can't I just bring it to simmer and skip the boil.
I bet it is to kill some bacteria or something but is this really important? Is it an issue like once in a million times.
Some might be afraid to help me copy Paneras broccoli cheddar soup and others will help me. I am like the little David against the big Goliath. All I want to do is try to mimic the great soup we get there to make it cheaper at home (for my wife). It has something that gives it a thick rich...
For my wife and our daughter of seven years age, I know I will want to cook about 10 lbs of potatoes every month or so for frozen mashed pototoes and make a pizza dough about once I week for a couple pizzas. What would be a good Kitchenaide model for this kind of minimal use, money is kind of...
We just popped for an Amadore GE convection oven. Will the be any improved quality in my food from the use this alternative heating method. I know cookies wont burn on the edges as easily but will anything else change?