Category Archives: Whole Grains

Ancient Grains – Heavy Metal Detox Oatmeal Smoothie

With a title like heavy metal oatmeal smoothie, you’re probably expecting an article that discusses either a smoothie made from oatmeal and heavy metal, or one you would drink while listening to Metallica or Megadeath.  I have been known to turn the volume up to eleven while listening to many metal songs in my car, but this article […]

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marcie - I grew up when lead was in everything, too, and I’ve been known to crank up the music when Metallica and Megadeth come on. 🙂 This smoothie sounds fantastic and I love all of the greens and oats!

Katrina - Looove all the good stuff in this smoothie! It sounds wonderful!

Eleni paipeti - I will try that

Kimberly - “Leftover oatmeal”… does that mean the oatmeal has to be cooked first? This sounds amazing but I’d like to make it the correct way.

Ancient Grains | Healthy Bites

Finding a healthy snack to keep you going during the day can sometimes be difficult. You can only eat so many almonds before you start feeling more like a squirrel than a person. What about dark chocolate you say? Oh sure, pounding down one or two dark chocolate peanut butter cups is pretty awesome. Right […]

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Megan - These look amazing and are the perfect size. I usually feel more squirrel than human when eating really nutty bars so I love the balance.

Ancient Grains – Crockpot Quinoameal Recipe

Ancient grains have been around a long time. I’m sorry, but that’s funny; of course they’ve been around a long time. You don’t get the title,“ancient grains,” unless you’ve been around a few hundred millennia. Those words have been showing up a lot lately. It’s kind of the new “all natural.”  Food companies are throwing […]

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Bethany @ Athletic Avocado - This quinoameal looks delicious and the pictures are beautiful! I need to make this in place of my oatmeal asap!

Sugar et al. - These stunning close-up photos can make anyone fall in love with quinoa!

Summer - This looks so good! Delish ♥

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Summer - Your photography is amazing! And this really looks yummy ♥

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Pang - Stunning photos 🙂 They make me want to make this breakfast the next morning.

Aisha - I’m confused. This looks fantastic, but you said in beginning that it takes about 7 hours to cook, then in your instructions to cook it on high for one hour, then in the recipe itself you said to cook for 7 hours. To which are you referring in each instruction? I would love to make the quinoa overnight but if that would be too long I don’t want to try that.
Thanks in advance, and I’ll be following your blog after seeing this.

Aisha - Sorry for a second comment, I couldn’t figure out how to receive the emails for new posts except by leaving a comment and since I didn’t click that button the first time, I had to leave another comment. Lol.

Ani {@afotogirl} - This looks delicious. I often make quinoa porridge for breakfast because it cooks up so fast. Just a quick FYI, though, that the Incas were from what is today, Peru. Quinoa hails from South America, not Asia (India).

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