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“Is Your Flour Wet?” (a soaked grains eBook) No Longer Available

May 9th, 2011 · 32 Comments · Recipes, Science of Nutrition

Is Your Flour Wet title photoIt’s finally here! The free Ebook Is Your Flour Wet? Soaked, Sprouted, or Soured: Grains Recipes from Our Kitchens to Yours is ready for downloading! Is Your Flour Wet bound cover

It’s 84 pages long, contains 45 recipes from a whole bunch of favorite real food bloggers, and includes a bunch of Kitchen Stewardship information and how-to tutorials on the basics of soaking, sprouting, and sourdough.

Our premium sponsor, Shiloh Farms, plays a big role in bringing you this shiloh farms 125resource. They are one of the few places you can purchase truly healthy grains like sprouted flour, and their organic dried beans are another excellent option. Thank you to Shiloh Farms and the two other sponsors, which you’ll meet inside the eBook.

UPDATE 5/2013: Is Your Flour Wet? is no longer available at Kitchen Stewardship. You can get the current newsletter freebie by signing up right HERE. Thanks for your interest!

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