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Soaked Grain Recipes

Interested in getting a free e-book with 45 great soaked grain recipes and soaking how-to’s from some great whole food bloggers?

Do recipes like:

  • Snickerdoodle Cake
  • Breakfast Brownies
  • Apple Cinnamon Pancakes and
  • Popcorn Cornbread sound good to you?  Me too!

No, I am not trying to boast about myself (because one of my recipes is in there too :-).)  I am just trying to encourage you to check out this book.

Katie Kimball of Kitchen Stewardship spent a lot of time putting together Is Your Flour Wet?, a great resource for all!   As a contributing writer, I have copies of it available for free for any and all of you who subscribe to my blog.

Wondering why soaked grains?

Wondering if it is worth the time?

Wondering how to do it?

Awhile ago I wrote a post highlighting the nutritional benefits of soaking your own grains.

Basically, grains (and nuts) contain phytates that interfere with digestion, therefore limiting the amount of nutrients that your body can absorb.

By soaking grains in an acidic medium, you can counteract some of these issues and boost the nutrition of the foods that you eat.  You can read more (lots more) about phytates Amanda Rose’s website, Phytic Acid.  There, you can learn about other methods of improving the nutritional quality of foods that you eat.

Now, I know that this might seem a bit intimidating to some of you–and it’s a bit intimidating to me too, actually.  It is hard for me to always remember that I need get my grains out early so that I can soak them.  Basically, there really isn’t an extra step involved–it just means that you need to plan ahead a bit.

And like I have said over and over again—I am not a purist.  A lot of the time I don’t soak my grains because I just plain forget.  And actually, right now, for some reason, the soaked grains haven’t been working for me, so I am taking a little time off of them and hope to reintroduce them again in the near future.

And also, even if you don’t want to soak your grains right now, there are some great recipes in this book.  And you can just reverse engineer them to make them just like you make regular baked goods.

To do this, just mix all of the dry ingredients together, mix wet ingredients, add wets to dries and proceed with the recipe instructions.

So, have I whetted (pun intended) your appetite enough?

Here is how to get your free copy:

  1. Subscribe to my blog updates by email
  2. Let me know by leaving a comment that you subscribed.
  3. If you already are a subscriber, just leave a comment below and let me know that.

I will get back to you as soon as possible with your own free copy of a great kitchen resource.

You can now download your free copy from the bottom of my free email newsletter — Enjoy!

What kind of recipes are you “in the hunt” for?

 

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  1. I’ve subscribed via email and can’t wait for the cookbook!

    • Adrienne says:

      Hello Rebecca! If you didn’t receive the cookbook already, there is a link to download it at the bottom of the newsletter. Enjoy!

  2. Hello, I have already subscribed to your blog and I would like to have one of your free ebook…. if you still have some left…:-) Thanks….

    • Adrienne says:

      Antonette, if you didn’t receive the cookbook already, there is a link to download it at the bottom of the newsletter. Enjoy!

  3. I subscribed via e-mail. Looking forward to seeing the book!

    • Adrienne says:

      Hello Carol. If you didn’t receive the cookbook already, there is a link to download it at the bottom of the newsletter. Enjoy!

  4. I just subscribed via email. I have enjoyed reading your blog all day and look forward to reading more. Thanks in advance for the cookbook, can’t wait to use it!

    • Adrienne says:

      Hello, Michele and thank you for subscribing! If you didn’t receive the cookbook already, there is a link to download it at the bottom of the newsletter. Enjoy!

  5. Just subscribed to your wonderful site and really looking forward to reading the cookbook!
    Thank you

    • Adrienne says:

      Gittele, thank you for subscribing! If you didn’t receive the cookbook already, there is a link to download it at the bottom of the newsletter. Enjoy!

  6. I just signed up for your email newsletter. I am looking forward to seeing your cookbook.

    • Adrienne says:

      Susan, thank you so much for subscribing! If you didn’t receive the cookbook already, there is a link to download it at the bottom of the newsletter. Enjoy!

  7. I just subscribed via email. Would love your cookbook. Thanks!

    • Adrienne says:

      Lori, thank you so much for subscribing! If you didn’t receive the cookbook already, there is a link to download it at the bottom of the newsletter. Enjoy and I hope to see you around! Make sure you check out the Baked Doughnuts recipe – it’s mine and they’re great!

  8. I subscribed and activated your blog, and am looking forward to reading more posts. I’d love to get the Soaked Grains cookbook.

    • Adrienne says:

      Hello, Cher. Thank you very much for subscribing! If you didn’t receive the cookbook already, there is a link to download it at the bottom of the newsletter. Enjoy!

  9. I subscribed today and I am very excited about your blog.

    Thanks

    • Adrienne says:

      Hello Dawna. Thanks for the encouraging words and for subscribing! If you didn’t receive the cookbook already, there is a link to download it at the bottom of the newsletter. Enjoy!

  10. Taramarie says:

    I just subscribed via email, excited to learn more via your cookbook!

    • Adrienne says:

      Hello Taramarie! Thank you for subscribing! If you didn’t receive the cookbook already, there is a link to download it at the bottom of the newsletter. Enjoy! Let me know if you have questions! We’ll be talking more about soaking in the future! There’s some interesting new info!

  11. elisabeth says:

    Hi, just subscribed through my email
    I´m very interersted in your cookbook

  12. Adrienne, are you still offering your cookbook? I subscribed awhile back and thoroughly enjoy your posts, but have not received the cookbook yet…. Thanks for your encouraging and helpful info!

  13. I subscribed to your feed and would like a copy of your ebook.
    Thanks!
    Joy

    • Adrienne says:

      Hi Joy! Thanks for subscribing! If you didn’t receive the cookbook already, there is a link to download it at the bottom of the newsletter. Enjoy! The doughnuts recipe (mine) is great and my Baked Oatmeal Cake is good too (it’s on my blog). Take care!

  14. Vanessa H. says:

    Hi! I have been reading your website and I love it all! I have subscribed and as a newly wed, I am really excited to try all your recipes from your blog and from the cookbook. Thank you!:)

  15. I was already subscribed but can i still get this book? I’m just learning about soaking grains and flours, nuts and seeds. Thanks for all you helpful tips and for sharing your journey and trials in life!

  16. Hi adrienne! I’m so happy to have found your blog and plan to buy a dehydrator from you in the near future. I subscribed and would live to have your cookbook! Thank you so much for allowing your readers to know what’s in your brain! It’s marvelous!

  17. I subscribed to your emails on your website and would love to receive the cookbook. Thanks for sharing!

  18. I’ve subscribed. Your website looks great. Can’t wait to read and read and read …

    • Adrienne says:

      Thanks for subscribing! If you haven’t received the cookbook in your email, you can download it from a new fancy schmancy link at the bottom of my email newsletter.

      Thanks and enjoy! Make sure you check out the Baked Doughnuts recipe – it’s mine and it’s really good!

  19. I subscribed and am so excited about your blog! I LOVE the whole food recipes that I’ve seen so far.

    • Adrienne says:

      Thanks for subscribing! If you haven’t received the cookbook in your email, you can download it from a new fancy schmancy link at the bottom of my email newsletter.

      Thanks and enjoy! Make sure you try the Baked Doughnuts recipe – it’s mine and it’s really good :-).

  20. jodi pursifull says:

    i subscribed and am looking forward to the book, thanks, jodi.

    • Adrienne says:

      Hello Jodi – thanks so much for subscribing! If you haven’t gotten the cookbook in your email, you can download it from the bottom of your email newsletter. Enjoy and make sure you check out the Baked Doughnut recipe – it’s mine but I must say it’s great!

  21. Hi there,

    I’ve just subscribed to your email posts and am really enjoying your website. I can hardly wait to check out the book. Thanks again.

    • Adrienne says:

      Thanks for the kind words, Wendi! If you haven’t gotten the cookbook yet you can download it from a link at the bottom of my email from Whole New Mom. Enjoy and hope to see you around again!

  22. Ha! I found the site to ask for the free cookbook! :) Sorry about that!

    • Adrienne says:

      No worries, Tanya! If you didn’t figure it out yet, there is a new link at the bottom of the email newsletter so you can just download the cookbook from there! Finally figured out how to do it :-).

  23. Just found your website. Lots of good ideas for 2 boys that are gluten and dairy intolerant. I would like a copy of the cookbook.

    Thanks!
    Darrel

    • Adrienne says:

      Hi Darrel. Thanks for the kind words and for subscribing! I just figured out how to put a download for the cookbook at the end of my email newsletter, so you can just get it from there. Enjoy and make sure to try the Baked Doughnuts recipe in there. My Baked Oatmeal Cake (soaked) on my site is really good as well. Enjoy!

  24. I subbed to your rss feed. Thanks!

    • Adrienne says:

      Hello Laurie – Thanks for subscribing! You can get the cookbook link at the end of my email newsletter. Enjoy!

  25. Kimberly says:

    I am a new subscriber & would like your free cook book please. Thank you!

    • Adrienne says:

      Welcome, Kimberly and thanks for subscribing! You can get the link to the cookbook now at the end of my email newsletter. Enjoy and I hope to see you around! Oh – you also might want to check out my Baked Oatmeal Cake. It’s a winner too. Take care!

  26. I have subscribed to your RSS feed. Would love to have your free soaked grains e-cookbook.
    Thanks!!

  27. I subscribed to your feed a couple of weeks ago, but still haven’t received the cookbook. Looking forward to it.

  28. Hi, I just subscribed and anxiously await the cookbook.

    thanks, Karen

  29. I have subscribed to your email blog updates. Is the “Is your flour wet” cookbook still available? I enjoy your blog. Thank you so much!

  30. Hi I just subscribe to your blog, is the book still available?.
    I love reading your blog

  31. Anamaria says:

    I am already signed up to receive your email newsletter and would love to receive the cookbook. Thank you.

  32. Hi,

    I filled out the subscription to the email subscription, but it tells me that I am already registered. Can you please help me with getting the free eBook of “Is your flour wet.”

    Thanks!

  33. Hi Whole New Mom,

    I subscribed to your feed and activated it, but didn’t receive the link to your free cookbooks. Thank you for your time and efforts on this matter in advance.

    Sincerely,
    Judi

  34. I think I subscribed to your newsletter, is this all that is necessary to receive this cookbook?

  35. Hi. I am subscribed to your blog already, but it’s not letting me click to download the soaked grains ebook. I may have done it already but have a new laptop so I need it on here…

    When I enter my email on the link, it says I’m already subscribed. What’s the easiest way to get the download?

    Thanks!

  36. Hi there! How do I get the free e-book if I’m already a subscriber??? :)

  37. I just subscribed!

  38. sorry…. wonder how I might “GET” the free e-book you offered… thanks!!

  39. Hi Adrienne! Just subscribed and liked your Facebook page. When will I recieve a link to the free ebooks? Can’t wait to try the Pumpkin Pie Spiced Creamer recipe!

  40. Already subscribed… How do I get the e-book?

  41. I have just subscribed to your email posts and am looking forward to the soaking ebook as well as all the other interesting things I expect you will be sharing.

  42. I have been a long time subscriber and was just wondering if the free cookbook is still available? Thanks

  43. I subscribed!

  44. I have been a subscriber for a long time. How can I get the free ebooks? I’d love to have them.

  45. Silvia Carro Solera says:

    I’m a happy subscriber, your blog is amazing!

  46. Judith Stewart says:

    I subscribed to your newsletter, but can’t find the cookbook download! Judy

  47. Very generous of you. Love your site.

  48. I couldn’t figure out how to download the “free” e-book – “is your flour wet?”. Can you help?

  49. Yaya Harper says:

    looking for ebook “Is Your Flour Wet” … am I too late? thanks!

  50. Hi. Have been hearing alot about sprouted grains (doing THM) and am looking forward to incorporating these into our family meals. Excited for your cookbook & our journey into healthier family eating!

  51. I think I signed up. Would love to read your “Is your flour wet?” cookbook.

  52. Carolyn Decker says:

    Hi, I just subscribed to your blog. I would love the recipe on homemade baked donuts. I am trying to find a heathy way of making them, but not sure where to start. Thanks. Your free cookbook would be awesome, could I get that too. Thanks! We are wanting to start eating more natural foods instead of processed foods. Thanks for any advice/information you have. Carolyn Decker

  53. Leah Hess says:

    I’m already a subscriber. Have always had a problem digesting grains. Wondering if this might help. Thank you. Love your posts and recipes!

  54. Nicole McCuin says:

    I subscribed!

  55. Cindy Lee says:

    Just subscribed. Look forward to cookbook