Whole Wheat Pastry Flour Crêpes
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Whole-wheat pastry flour is milled from soft white wheat, so it has less protein than regular whole-wheat flour. Less protein means less gluten and more tender baked goods. And no more hockey pucks. Give it a spin in these delicate traditional French crepes, which are delicious with sweet or savory fillings.

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Unprocessed Caramel Apples
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Although they’re perfect for the Fall or Halloween, you can enjoy this healthy treat any time of year! They look just like the “real” thing and kids of all ages love them!

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Quick-Cooked Apple Pie Oats, and Why Perfectionism Sabotages Healthy Habits
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Hi. My name is Dani Spies and I’m an ex-wannabe perfectionist. Oh the time and energy I wasted on trying to do “the healthy thing” the “right” way only to be constantly “trying again” or “starting over.” Any of you who have ever struggled with trying to “be healthy” can understand, I’m sure.

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Stone-Milled Scottish Oatcakes
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These little crackers are wonderful on their own and excellent served with jam. They also make a perfect, whole grain base for hors d’oeuvres.

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Italian Cabbage and Rice
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This Italian Cabbage and Rice is truly a “peasant dish”; my Nonna in Italy made it often, probably because it stretched ingredients to help feed her very large family.

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Sorghum, Honey, & Cornmeal Waffles with Two-Ingredient Homemade Syrup
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One of my favorite parts of our October Unprocessed journey so far has been experimenting with new recipes … and I’m pleased to be sharing my latest recipe success with you today.

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Farro with Spinach, Lemon, Basil, and Pine Nuts
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This Farro with Spinach, Basil, Lemon, and Pine nuts can be made as a vegan or vegetarian main dish or as a side dish. It comprises all the best Italian flavors in a bowl, and it’s even “kid-approved!”

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