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To Your Health Sprouted Flour Co. Pie Crust

From Auburn Locally Grown

<p>Sprouted spelt flour makes a crumblier crust. You can even remove a portion of the bran using a kitchen sifter for a finer crust. If your dough runs on the dry side, increase the milk by 1 tsp. at a time until you get a dough that’s easily workable, but not sticky.</p>
Source: Peggy Sutton
Servings: Makes dough enough for 1 8-inch fluted pie
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To Your Health Sprouted Flour Co. Sprouted Biscuits

From Auburn Locally Grown

<p>Sprouted barley flour works nicely with this recipe for a change from sprouted wheat flour. Use your kitchen sifter to remove some of the fiber in the flour if you want a lighter biscuit.</p>
Source: Peggy Sutton
Servings: -
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To Your Health Sprouted Flour Co. Sprouted Pancakes

From Auburn Locally Grown

<p>Makes for a great breakfast item.</p>
Source: Peggy Sutton
Servings: -
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Toasted Kale & Coconut Salad with Sesame Oil

From Fresh Harvest, LLC

<p>From Tally and John: &#8220;This is a very easy and delicious way to eat a bunch of kale!&#8221;</p>
Source: <em>Super Natural Every Day</em> by Heidi Swanson
Servings: 6
Ingredient keywords: oil, oil, soy-sauce, kale, coconut, grains
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Toasted Sesame Aioli

From Farm Where Life is Good

<p>This is quite incredible! I was introduced to it with asparagus spears, then adapted it to lightly braised/steamed boc choi. Mmmmm good.</p>
Source: Not club a few years back.
Servings: Depends on who you are serving!
Ingredient keywords: sesame, soy, lemon, sesame, ginger, garlic
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Tofu Cilantro and Lime

From Farm Where Life is Good

<p>Go with it. It is fabulous! (Well, you have to like cilantro&#8230;) Over rice or rice noodles, hot or cold.</p>
Source: Major modifications from
Servings: 4
Ingredient keywords: garlic, bay, peppercorn, onion, pepper, garlic, lime
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Tofu Quinoa Burgers

From Farm Where Life is Good

<p>Not too much fuss to make and great as make-ahead lunch options for the lunch box. High protein, low carb and great flavor.</p>
Source: Not quite sure
Servings: Depends on patty size...
Ingredient keywords: quinoa, chives, parsley, tofu, thyme, paprika, tahini
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Tokyo Bekana Salad, Asian Greens Salad

From Republican Valley Produce

<p><span class="caps">RECIPE</span>: Asian Greens Salad</p> <p>Serves 4-6. Or two, if you are talking and me and my husband.</p> <p>Salad ingredients</p> <p>1 head of Bok Choy OR 1 Bag of Tokyo Bekana OR 1 head of Napa Cabbage<br /> Cilantro<br /> Green Onions</p> <p>Prepare the Greens:</p> <p>Cut the very end of the stem off all the bok choy/pac choi and Tokyo Bekana leaves. Coarsely chop the remaining leaves and stems into ½ inch pieces. If you are using scallions, cilantro or another vegetable, chop it up and add it to the choi. Wash the greens and get ready to toss them with the dressing.</p> <p>Sesame dressing ingredients</p> <p>2 Tablespoons red wine vinegar<br /> 1 Tablespoon rice vinegar<br /> 1 Tablespoon soy sauce<br /> ½ teaspoon sesame oil<br /> 2 Tablespoons canola oil<br /> 1 ½ teaspoons agave syrup (or honey in a pinch)</p> <p>Add all dressing ingredients to a bottle and shake, shake, shake.</p> <p>The “Crunchies”</p> <p>1 teaspoon canola or mild-tasting oil<br /> 1 bag of ramen noodles (organic or otherwise – use only the noodles, not the flavor packet)<br /> 1/3 cup slivered almonds</p> <p>Prepare the Crunchies:</p> <p>Lay an unopened bag of ramen noodles on the counter or floor and whack them with a meat tenderizer until they are fully crushed. Careful, the bag might pop if you get too excited while you do this! Heat a skillet over medium-low heat and add the oil. When it is warm, pour in the crushed noodles, discarding the flavor packet. Add the almonds. Stir occasionally and cook until the noodles are just golden brown.</p> <p>Combine everything in a salad bowl, toss and enjoy!</p> Vegetarian!
Servings: Serves 4-6
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Tomatillo and White Bean Soup

From Farm Where Life is Good

<p>What to do with tomatillos? This is fabulous! And if no tomatillos available, green tomatoes substitute well.</p> Vegetarian! Vegan!
Source: An amalgamation
Servings: 3-4
Ingredient keywords: garlic, onion, jalapeno, tomatillo, pepper
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Tomatillo Apple Salsa

From McMinnville Locally Grown

<p>Goes great with Mexican dishes.</p>
Source: Better Homes and Gardens
Servings: 4 to 5 half-pints
Ingredient keywords: tomatillos, apples, pepper, pepper, cilantro
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