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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. OK, I *think* I subscribed to your RSS feed, but the page was acting a little funny (will check again later, maybe it’s just too much traffic right now?). I also “liked” you on Facebook, so you’ll be easy to find :). I’m looking forward to your recipes & articles!

  2. Ah – much better :). I’m subscribed; thanks!

  3. Kara Wolf says:

    I subscribed (I think) for emails. I already like you on facebook, and enjoy reading your posts! Thanks for all your recipes and tips!

  4. I subscribed! I am going to try the bean fudge recipe this afternoon :)

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    I subscribe to your RSS feed.

  7. Christina says:

    I have subscribed. I am enjoying going through all the posts and there are many I can’t wait to try.

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  12. I just subscribed. :) I’m looking for soaked grain/sour dough recipes and also looking for recipes to get my picky kids eating more fruits/veggies.

  13. Susie E says:

    I’ve been grinding my grain for 2 years, and we love the taste of fresh milled grain. I just discovered your website in the past month, love those recipes!

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  15. Hello, been subscribing for a little while now, so glad I found your blog, it’s awesome :)

  16. I subscribe to your feed and would love this e-book!
    Love your blog!

  17. Heather says:

    I subscribe;Thank you!

  18. I am all ready a subscriber of your web site.
    I would defintely love this free ebook on soaking your grains! I look forward to it and thank you very much!

    Jeanie

  19. I already am a recent subscriber and I am loving your blog!

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  23. Heather H says:

    Already an avid follower via email! :)

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    Thanks if you’ll give the book!

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  27. I’m so excited about this book! I just finished Sourdough A-Z which is a soaking method. I have this already printed but I’m trying to finish What The Bible Says About Healthy Living before I start this one. Which recipe is yours?

  28. Mary Sena says:

    Hello Ms. Whole Food Mama. I’ve been subscibed to your blog for some time now and would love a copy of that cookbook. I’ve actually been wondering for some time now about soaking grains but have been too intimidated and tired to look into it. Keep up the great blogging.

    Mary <

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    I just subscribed to your blog via email. I am diving into your site for lots of new info. Thanks for all you do.

  30. I’m already signed up for your updates via email. I grind our grains but haven’t started soaking yet. Baby steps!

  31. I subscribe to your emails and enjoy getting them!! Thanks!

  32. I signed up recently and I love your blog!! Thanks for sharing all you’ve learned :) You’re a blessing to so many!

  33. I am already a subscriber.

  34. Adrienne..been a subscriber for a while now. You helped me sort through the myriad of mixer brands and I decided on a Bosch. Now I just need to perfect some bread recipes. Soaked grains are something I want to try!

  35. I’m already a subscriber and really like your blog. I’ve done a little soaking, but not as much as I should! :-) Would love to receive this.

  36. Rebecca in Michigan says:

    I am already a subscriber. Thank you for this offer and the work that you provide for us readers.

  37. Shannon says:

    This post was my first by subscription. :) I would love a free cookbook about soaking grains.

  38. Shelley says:

    I’m very interested in learning more on soaking!

    I’m a subscriber via email!!! :)

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  42. I am a subscriber via e:mail. I’m interested in learning more about the benefits of soaking grains. I’m concerned about the time and effort though as I’m already stretched pretty thin….

    • Just try doing it every once in awhile and see how it goes for you. As I have mentioned, you can’t do everything. This mainly is adding to your planning — not to your time, but the extra “thinking step” can take a bit of time. Once you work the soaking out, make notes on your older recipes and it will make it easier the next time you make the same recipe. Hope that helps!

  43. I am already a subscriber and would love this :)

  44. I am already a subscriber by email. I love learning about sourdough – this sounds like a great recipe collection!

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  46. Would love to see the free cookbook!

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    Thanks!

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  66. Just subscribed. Looking forward to soaking grains..which I have not attempted yet! Thanks!!

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  68. Hi Adrienne,

    I have subscribed to your blog. Its a different type with unique recipes. I would like your free e-book on whole grains.

    Thanks,
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    I just subscribed via email after finding your recipe for Silky Smooth Bean Fudge. Looking forward to the ebook, and also to reading more of your blog. Thank you very much.

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    Hi, I subscribe by email. I have an adult daughter with autism that has many digestive difficulties. I think this info could be very helpful. Thank you…Linda

    • I don’t know if you noticed, by my son has Asperger’s. We are doing a lot of nutritional work with him (and others in our family). I hope you stick around. I’ll share more as I have time.

  75. I subscribe Via email.
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  77. Great Whole Grains Cookbook – Thank You.

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    Hi
    i just signed up for your newsletter and was wondering how i would go about receiving your cookbook? I am really excited to try your recipes.
    Thank you.

    Suzanne :)

  96. Karen O says:

    I subscribed by email and I follow you on facebook. I’d love to read this book and see your soaked grains recipes!

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    Thank you! :)

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  103. Adrienne, thank you for sharing this great giveaway on Domestically Divine. I’m sure my readers will love this.

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  105. I subscribe and LOVE the black bean fudge! Looking forward to this cookbook as soaking grains has been on the list of things to do.

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    I would love a copy of this cookbook. I have just subscribed. thanks!

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  110. Adrienne- Thank you so much for your hard work on this fabulous blog! I just found you yesterday and have been obsessively reading old posts. I also have a son with Aspergers as well as 4 other children who are being quite accommodating with all the dietary changes we are trying, and am a Christian who is blessed to be married to a pastor. I adore your blog, so already e-mail subscribed yesterday-please send the cookbook! May you be blessed abundantly by our gracious Lord as you have so graciously blessed so many readers!

  111. Though I’ve read your blog for a while I just subscribed thru FeedBurner. Thanks!

  112. I didn’t see this before! I’ve been subscribed to your email for a few months, now! Ooops! It looks lovely…I am excited to read it!

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  114. Nicole Wheatley says:

    I just subscribed using my Google Reader. Looking forward to your future posts :)

  115. Hi Adrienne,
    I would love to learn more about soaking and could benefit from your whole grains cookbook. Please let me know how I can get it. Thanks.

    • Hi Linda!

      Welcome! Just subscribe to my blog via email or RSS feed (you can find the info at the bottom of each post or along the right side of my post). Then let me know in a comment that you have done it and we will get one right out to you!

      Let me know if you have any more questions!

  116. Ok, I subscribed to your blog and I am following you on FB. I would love a copy of the book. I just received 25lbs of wheatberries and now I don’t know what to do with them!!

    • Gayle, thanks for stopping by! By the way, wheat berries last a LONG time so don’t fret too much about 25 pounds. I am sure you will use them up in no time! I have a wonderful whole wheat bread recipe that I will have to share when the weather gets cooler!

  117. Shannan says:

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  121. Arlene Alasandro says:

    I cannot thank you enough-Just now getting more deeply into healing up my digestive tract (after a lifetime of abuse as a carb queen)and this was my next step. Thing is I was finding conflicting info and was totally confused. I was looking for a book to guide me and here you are!

    • Hello Arlene!

      Thanks for stopping by! Just let me know if you have subscribed to my site. Once you let me know we can send you the cookbook!

      By the way, there is more info coming out about soaking grains so stay tuned. I hope to have an interesting update within a week or two.

  122. I subscribed via email!

  123. I am an email subscriber and would love to get the soaked grain cookbook. I am always looking for new recipes to make with soaked grains and flours.

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  125. I’ve signed up for the email updates to your blog. I have been wanting to find out more about soaking grains – looking forward to learning more! Can’t wait to see the cookbook ideas.
    Thanks!

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  153. Just subscribed. Would love, love, love a copy of this book. I’ve just begun dabbling in soaked grains, but feel kinda clueless. thanks!

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    • Welcome! Just checking to make sure that you subscribed to the blog. Once I hear from you I will send out the cookbook! I hope your health continues to improve!

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    Thanks a bunch!

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    A recent e-mail subscriber and have learned so much from your site. Looking
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    a link for more info on them? Thanks

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  205. Hi, I have been following you for a month or so,really like the dehydrator info. I would like the ebook on soaking grains. I am really curious. Thank you

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  209. Hi Adrienne — I just subscribed (finally) — do you have any more free ecookbooks to send out?

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    Hey Adrienne,
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    I’m subscribed.

    • Hi Lauren!
      Thanks for stopping by! It was nice meeting you as well!
      Hope to see you on Sunday! (My son emailed you the cookbook – just so you know why I didn’t respond directly to your comment :-).)

  217. Hi, just subscribed. Thanks for the free book.

  218. I subscribe to updates by email. I would love to have the e-book. Thanks!

  219. I just subscribed! I’ve been wanting to get started with soaking grains & I’d love to have your help! For today, I’m drying tomatoes! Thanks!

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  222. I just subscribed. I’m looking forward to learning about soaking my grains. It’s the next step in our whole foods journey. :) Thanks!

  223. I would love to have this book. I just got a grain mill, still waiting for it to show up at my door step actually, and can’t wait to learn more about healthy eating. Thank you so much for all your hard work and the free copies you are providing.

  224. Ive been looking at your blog and find it very interesting indeed. I’ve now subscribed and would love a free copy of your e-book.

  225. Vicki O'Connor says:

    I subscribed to receive updates via e-mail. Thanks.

  226. i subscribed to your site! I LOVE your ideas, taking these to heart! :) thanks for sharing!!!

  227. After unsubscribing, I came back because of email conversations we had. I love the personal touch and interaction you have w/ readers! Thanks so much! I’m looking forward to receiving the e-book and to learning more.

  228. I have recently subscribed. Also friended you on FB and Twitter. Looking forward to your posts. Love your website so far! :)
    I would also love to get a copy of your cookbook. I have been wanted to soak my grains for a while but not quite sure how. I have them…just need some direction on how to.
    Thanks for sharing!

  229. I subscribe to your emails. Sounds like this book has a lot of valuable information.

  230. Hi Adrienne,

    I just found your blog and am in love already! :) I subscribed via email.
    I’m a gluten free vegan who also avoids sugar and soy…nothing complicated about that…lol

    Thank you so very much for the e-book! That’s generous of you to do this for all of us.
    Blessings!

  231. Thanks for all your insights and posts. I am a new email subscriber and looking forward to reading your free cookbook.

  232. I have subscribed to your site–great recipes and information–Thank you!

  233. Angelica Rodriguez says:

    I am new subscriber and I would love the free e-book please since we are learning all we can about healthier eating. Thank you!

  234. Trisha Ham-Ying says:

    Greetings. I have just joined your blob via email, And I also I liked your facebook. I am so looking forward to recieving your free cookbook offer.

    Thank you, Trisha

  235. Just subscribed to your feed, may I get a copy of the ebook please. Thanks.

  236. Hi, just discovered your site this morning and have already spent a couple of hours checking it out. Signed up for the feed with google reader.

  237. I just found your site via Vitamix on FB. I immediately subscribed! Thanks for all of the great info on your site.

  238. I just found you via Pinterest (quick drop biscuits) and after reading your Top 5 reasons to eat healthier and how to make coconut milk, I was planning on subscribing anyway. We eat gluten-free and I try to eat mostly dairy-free and with celiac I try to eat nutritionally dense foods.

    I just subscribed but I am going to spend some more time looking around too ;-)

  239. stephanie dus says:

    I suscribed through emails and would love the book! Thanks!

  240. I just found your site! Thanks for the free ebook offer! I subscribe via google reader. =0)

  241. I just subscribed to your post and look forward to reading more from you. Thanks for the ebook offer!

  242. Your blog is rapidly becoming my favorite DIY for homemade remedies, et al. This Vick’s recipe is very timely, since I have caught my first coughing spell of the season. I can’t begin to express how thankful I am to have found you!!!

    • Thanks, Georgia! Were you hoping for the cookbook – and did you end up subscribing? Just asking since your comment showed up under the cookbook post and not the decongestant post :-).

  243. Oops! Sorry, I had just read the decongestant post before coming here, lol. I WAS hoping for the cookbook! I’m subscribed through Facebook and email (though, under a different address than the one I’m using here). Thank you!

  244. Adrienne, I subscribed to your newsletter and look forward to the cookbook. I have really enjoyed your blog. Thank you for sharing information, products, methods, etc. that you have researched and tried and for being honest and open with the results. You’ve made taking new steps in the healthy eating journey easier.

  245. Hi Adrienne!
    I was searching on Google about different gluten free recipes, then I found yours. I subscribed to your blog to learn more out from you. Thanks.

  246. I just found your blog through FB for a link talking about mercury fillings almost killing your son. I have been devouring your blog ever since. I would LOVE a copy of the cookbook! I signed up so I will not miss another post. :D

  247. Just found you through a post on a linky party about your sons mercury filling. I’m a new subscriber. I’d love a copy of the cookbook. I’m slowly learning how to cook in bulk and make freezer meals. Planning to browse around your blog some more for recipes. (Already looked at the homemade chocolate chips one – thinking about making those – I’ve been buying dairy free, soy free, nut free ones from Whole Foods but they’re mini chips and can get expensive – can I just use organic sugar for the sweetner?)

    Thanks!

    • Hi Denise! You for sure can use organic sugar. I just use sweeteners that have no glycemic effect at all. I should be posting an update to that post – and one reader said they didn’t work with sucanat. I haven’t tried that yet, but I can’t imagine why. In any case, they aren’t perfect, but I did just put the chunks in a grain free cookie and I thought they were great! I’ll get the cookbook to you tonight hopefully. My son helps me out with a few things and that is one of his jobs. Hope to see you around!

  248. Hello Adrienne,

    I am an RSS subscriber. Can I have a copy of the cookbook please? I have started experimenting with soaking beans, nuts, seeds, and grains since reading those articles on your site. I soaked my nuts and seeds I use in my morning oatmeal last night for the first time, and was amazed at how much water they used. I have navy beans and rolled oats soaking now for high-protein pancakes in the morning. I also have corn flour soaking for tortillas tonight (not sure this is correct or not, but trying it anyway).

    Thanks,

    Vince

    • Hello Vince,

      You should certainly soak the corn. I just made cornbread stuffing for Thanksgiving and my husband ate a lot of it and it didn’t sit well. I then read how important it is to soak corn. :-(. Don’t you love how the nuts and seeds taste better after soaking too? I almost can’t stand them the other way now that we’ve been soaking! Enjoy the cookbook!

  249. I have subscribed to your blog through Google reader. I would love to have this book. I’ve been wanting to implement soaking but I don’t feel like I really know how to do it yet. I have been procrastinating about starting because I don’t want to do it wrong & waste ingredients.
    Thanks so much for your help!

    • Hello MaryAnn – I just got the cookbook out to you. I hope you like it. Just so you know there is more info coming on soaking on my site so stay tuned! You’re welcome!

  250. Adrienne, I just found your blog today and have spent the last few hours reading through posts. I subscribed to your email newsletter. I am looking forward to reading the book. Thanks.

  251. Hello. I have subbed to your newsletter and as well liked ur fb page. I really have been enjoying it as well as the information on your website. I would like to get the free cookbook as well and am greatly appreciating the information and tools. Thanks.

  252. I subscribe to your email and would love a copy of your grains cookbook. I love your blog and we are trying baked oatmeal for the first time over Christmas break. loooking forward to it. Thank you !

    • Hello Nancy! Thanks for your kind words. I hope you enjoy the Baked Oatmeal! I think it’s about time we make some again. I made mock Samoa cookies yesterday and found I need a re-do on my Homemade Chocolate Chips. :-).

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

  254. Karen Bontrager says:

    I’ve recently subscribed to your blog, and am most happy to find you. I have celiac disease and ME/CFS and as a result keep to gluten-free and sugar-free recipes. I’m not having trouble using honey or stevia. :) I’d so appreciate a copy of your cookbook. My second son just married a girlie who needs gluten-free, and has made the switch himself, too! I’ll tell her about your blog. Thanks. Merry Christmas!

    • Hello Karen – welcome! I am sorry, but I don’t know what ME and CFS are. I think I am doing better with stevia now as well so that it a big help. No honey for me though :-(. Have a Merry Christmas!

  255. Wow, your blog is awesome! I have followed your posts on Facebook, and have just subscribed via electronic mail :0)

  256. Oh, by the way, longing to read your ebook ! Also hope you can publish a real book/ebook on all the recipes you have posted, they are simply wonderful to read and very informative:0)

  257. I’ve been a subscriber for a while, but just saw this. I would love a copy of the cookbook!

  258. Just signed up for your newsletter. Don’t know how I missed it before.Looking forward to the cookbook! I love your website-it’s packed with info and handy tips so I can make good, healthy cooking choices in the kitchen. Thank you for all the research you do and the tasty recipes.

  259. Subscribed! Please email the free soaked grains cookbook, thank you :)

  260. Hi, it’s me again! I have not receive your free ebook yet.

    • Elizabeth,

      It should be coming soon. My son takes care of emailing them out and he really slept in today :-). Once I get the cookbook set up on auto pilot it’ll be easier!

  261. Mary Gilson says:

    I am a subscriber. I’m excited to read the ebook. Thanks!

  262. One question, is there any suitable substitute for coconut flour? Thanks, wishing you a Merry Christmas and happy holidays!

    • Good question. I have read that almond flour might work, and another post I read somewhere said that a woman subbed tapioca starch and teff flour and her recipe came out fine. Another option might be oat flour. One thing to keep in mind is that coconut flour absorbs a lot of water so you may need to increase the amount of flour that you use in the recipe. If you get a successful substitute, let me know! We’d all like to gain from your experience!

  263. I do subscribe to your newsletter and I would like the free cookbook. Thanks soo much!!

  264. thanks for your quick reply, I am from another part of the globe, therefore, these flours are not easy to find, I am a newbie and hopefully I can find a good sub. I have also receive your email about the free ebook, but there is no indication on where to download it, and I cannot find an attachment file either. Sorry for all the trouble

    • Hello Elizabeth. I just had my son resend the cookbook – sorry about all of the mishaps! Where do you live? I can try to help with substitutions as possible. :-).

  265. Just signed up for your email and looking forward to your ebook. Thanks!

  266. I am subscribed and would love to see this cookbook! :) I am hunting for gluten free recipes!

    • I hope you enjoy the cookbook, Kate! I don’t believe that there are many gluten free recipes in it, but my Baked Doughnuts can be made gluten free. They are a tad heavy, but they are really wonderful!

  267. I am already subscribed and have just started soaking grains, so I’m looking forward to your e-book. Thanks. And a note to Elizabeth, (if she sees this), I just recently watched a couple of videos on making your own coconut milk and coconut flour.

    • Hi Tracey! I hope you enjoy the book! I have been making my own coconut milk “forever” – I will say that making coconut flour is easy, but time consuming. But if you can’t find it in the store, it might be the only way to do it :-).

  268. Thanks Tracey and Adrienne, yes I would like to try making my own coconut flour and milk, I have also seen some videos on YouTube on how to make the milk, but are they reliable source? Adrienne, how to make the milk and the flour? Btw, I am from Hong Kong :0) still wishing you all happy holidays!

    • Hello Elizabeth! Here is a link to my method for making coconut milk. There are a number of options for doing this on the web, but mine is for sure the easiest. If you would like to make the flour,again, there are several options, but what I have done is just put the coconut milk in the fridge after making it and then scoop off the solids from the top. You then dry the solids in a dehydrator or oven. I’ll post on it at some point, but it really is a simple process. The only problem is that it doesn’t make much flour at one time and it doesn’t really make sense to run your oven or dehydrator for such a small thing.

  269. Is it okay for Tracey to post the YouTube links here? Or it is much better to send me the links. Thanks

    • Hello, Elizabeth. I’d be fine with Tracey posting the links, but I will say that the other methods that I have seen are too time consuming for me. I’d be happy to hear what you think.

  270. I am subscribed to your email newsletter. I hope this offer is still ongoing.

  271. I have subscribed and would love the book!

  272. I just found your site and subscribed. I am excited to learn more!

  273. I just subscribe to your email newsletter. Thanks!

  274. I am already a subscriber, also, but would love the e-book. Thanks for all you do to educate and encourage us.

  275. i just signed up!

  276. Teresa Reed says:

    I subscribed for your email. Love your blog. I can’t wait to see your recipes.

  277. I just subscribed,
    can’t wait to try the recipes… thank you!

  278. hi, I just subscribed to your newsletter. looking forward to the book.

  279. Billy Chipp says:

    Howdy
    I’m 86 years old got confused about that funny stuff you was supposed to type in so hope I got signed up for your email. Since early on I was a farm kid, poor but didn’t know it had to know how to do ever thing. How lucky I am now because with high prices ya better know how to DIY as much as you can. That is pretty hard to do livin’ in the city these folks don’t think too highly of our raised bed garden plots. Oh well June and I have so much to be thankful for these past 66 years. Really enjoyed your do it yourself thing on coconut milk. We about emptied the sock but we got one of them viti mixers comin’ Sur hope you and your family have a fine year. Billy

    • Hello Billy – Well, you figured it out I hope! Are you getting my emails? I haven’t done much since you signed up, but I did post today. If you don’t get it in your email let me know. You can email me at wholenewmom {at} gmail {dot} com. I think you’ll love your Vitamix! Enjoy and I hope to see you around in the New Year!

  280. Hi, I just subscribed to your email newsletter. Can’t wait to read and try your recipes!

  281. I would love to receive a copy of the soaked grains cookbook, and thank you for making this resource available. I’ve been reading your blog for awhile but just now subscribed to the email newsletter. I’ve made some dramatic changes to our family’s diet which has included the role of grains in our diet. I’ve come across various concepts of soaked grains but no definitive answers. Anxious to include this practice in our home.

    • Hello Connie.

      I hope you enjoy the cookbook. I am not the author – just a contributor. But I am working on some new info on grains and soaking. I would definitely recommend staying tuned. It’s really interesting!

  282. Love your site and am loving my subscription to it! So many great healthy ideas! Looking forward to the e-book, excited to see more creations to try out! Thank you!
    Beth :o)

  283. Hi – I’m a subscriber and I would love to check out this ebook!

  284. Kathryn Arnold says:

    I’m subscribed to your newsletter (and facebook shared this post!). When I cut salt nearly out of my diet my and started eating all raw nuts and seeds my blood pressure went down but I was overcome with severe leg cramps. I’m wondering to what degree soaked grains will let me keep my salt intake low.

    • Hello again, Katrinika! I have several thoughts for you. I don’t understand your question about the soaked grains and salt. I personally am not worried about salt. I use Real Salt and it hasn’t affected my blood pressure at all. I would make sure you are soaking and dehydrating your nuts and depending on your income, consider doing Nutritional Balancing. Cramping is sometimes associated with Magnesium issues. I am doing Nutritional Balancing to work on all of these issues and more. You can see a link to my practitioner in my post on adrenal fatigue. I hope to share more in the near future.

  285. I would love a copy of the cookbook. Thanks for sharing your experiences and knowledge.

  286. I just subscribed to your newsletter and am looking forward to gleaning tons of great info from your site! Thank you tons!

    • Hello Wendy! Thanks for subscribing and for your kind words. I hope we can all learn from each other in the comments section. You’re welcome and I hope to see you around in the future!

  287. I just subscribed to your blog. My parents actually sent me a link to some of your recipes and I’m so excited to try them. I have been cooking more healthier for a number of years and found I’m a bit shy at the thought of having people over for a meal – as I cook so different than most of my friends. I started making my own coconut milk Ice cream a couple of years back, but have been really wanting to find a way to make it creamier. That ice cream is one item that almost everyone loves. I will try the arrowroot powder and see if that helps. Thanks for the tips.

    I don’t use sugar generally, but occasionally will use succant, and most often use stevia, maple syrup and agave nectar – but I’ve heard lately that agave nectar isn’t the best option either.
    I’m eager to try out your recipes and I so appreciate your generosity of sharing what you have learned and labored over.
    I would also love the cookbook. I have heard about sprouting grains and such, but haven’t really tried it yet, but would love to. So to have a book where someone already tested out how best to do it -is a wonderful gift! Thank you so much!
    ~sherene

    • You’re welcome, Sherene! Funny – the woman who is part of why this blog started is also named Sherene :-). I hope the ice cream turns out better for you. I am hoping to do some more work on it in the future. I would personally stay away from agave, but then I am totally sugar free. I know that isn’t reasonable for a lot of people but I do think it’s the way to go. Hope you enjoy the book and that I see you around in the future!

  288. Kerry Sayles says:

    What a fantastic site with so many hints, ideas and recipes to try. I can’t eat to spread the word to friends of mine who are trying to live allergy free and fresh. Thank you. I’m looking forward to seeing what your e-book has to share!

    • Hello and welcome, Kerry! Thanks for your sweet words. I hope to see you and your friends around in the future. The book only has one of my recipes in it – maybe I’ll get an e-book out in the not-so-distant future :-).

  289. I just subscribed to your newsletter (at least I think I did – but I didn’t get any e-mail yet!) and am excited to start reading your blog and try the cookbook! Thanks!

  290. Rick Scott says:

    I subscribed to your email updates, please send me the ebook is your flour wet.

    Thanks

  291. Is your Cookbook still available . . . this is so timely that I found your site. i was just trying to learn more about soaking nuts and grains. Thank you so much.

  292. Hi, I just subscribed and activated my subscription to your email newsletter. Looking forward to receiving the e-book! Thank you!

  293. was searching for a homemade foaming refills, for foaming dispensers, and found your website, and i LIKE! I am subscribing, and hope to learn more, thanks!

  294. Love your site keep the frugal & healthy tips/recipes coming please! (and looking forward to the cookbook) Thanks :)

  295. Melissa Friend says:

    I subscribed! Looking forward to reading the cookbook. thank you!

  296. Ruth Avery says:

    Hi, I just signed up for your Feed emails and would love the cook book! I love the things I’m learning on your blog, thanks!

  297. Aimee Durham says:

    Hello I subscribed to your rss feed, so I’m ready for your ebook. I can’t wait to see it and I love your blog!

  298. I subscribed–TYVM for all the good info :)

  299. Hello, just found your website today. Absolutely love the DIY recipes! Then I saw the book about soaking your grains, so I subscribed. Although, when I follow the link to verify, it only gives me a page with an error message on it. Says ‘Not Found – Error 404′. Anyway, thanks for all the good information and support!

  300. Hello, I subscribed Jan 7 and haven’t received the eBook yet. Could you please check and resend? Thank you.

    • Hi Katja – my son handles the cookbooks for me (he’s my “assistant”) and we’ve had a bunch of personal issues come up this week that have made the week really rough. He also injured his head badly yesterday. Sorry for the delay – I had him email them this morning.

  301. I signed up for your email list and would love the e-book!

  302. Just subscribed to you email. Can’t wait for your new recipes.

  303. Love your tips! Can’t wait for the book!

  304. I just found this website today and find it really interesting. I did subscribe and would love to have a copy of the ebook. I am always trying to find healthy recipes that my daughter will actually eat.

    • Hi Sheila! Thanks for your kind words! Hope you enjoy the cookbook – you can check out my site’s recipe page for more options. I plan to have more coming…..just it might be next week before I get more recipes up.

  305. Hi, I just subscribed and wanted to say “Thanks”. I found your website a few days ago, and am looking forward to making some of your recipes. I started by soaking the Oatmeal Bake this evening, my family is looking forward to it for tomorrow. Thanks for having all the variations and options — Helps alot, THANKS!!

  306. Hi, I subscribed. I’ve been to your site a few times via other sources linking you, but have never seen this offer. I must not have felt the need for it that bad before, to take notice. Looking forward to reading and utilizing the recipes:)

  307. Hello – I just subscribed after linking to your protein bar recipe – sounds yummy! Please send me the eBook about soaking grains. Thank you.

  308. Hello,I just subscribed today 1-13-12 and i so looking forward to the cookbook.
    Thanks
    Patti

  309. Just subscribed to the email list!

  310. Fiona Powell says:

    Hi, I have only just discovered your wonderful blog, is the free cookbook offer still valid?

  311. Maggie Rinehart says:

    I just subscribed to your newsletter. You have some awesome tips that I will be using. Can you email me you free Ebook of Soaked Grain Recipes? Thanks and keep up the good work!.

  312. Free cookbook looks great. I have subscibed.

  313. Hi, I’m needing to go dairy and egg free for my son’s sake. Thanks for the recipe for homemade Chocolate chips! I’m looking forward to looking through the cookbook. I hope your son is soon feeling much better. If it takes a while, that is fine!

  314. I subscribed. I can’t wait to get my ebook.

  315. Howdy! signed up for your newsletter. Looking forward to free cookbook. Thank you so much

  316. Adrienne, I subscribed a month or so ago. I didn’t notice the off for the soaked grains e-book, however, and would love a copy. I love your blog and I am a fellow transplant to Michigan!

  317. I subscribed to your email and am hopeful that the cookbook will be just what I’m looking for!
    I just found you in a Google search and can’t wait to try some of your recipes and tips!
    Thanks for sharing such great info for those of us who are trying to get away from the poisons of processed foods.

    • Hello Nancy! Welcome! I sure hope you like the cookbook! My doughnut recipe is good – I think you’ll love it. I hope to see you around again :-).

  318. Marilyn Linn says:

    Hi, I am a subscriber to your e-letter… is your free cookbook still available? I would love one… am really new to all of this, need all the help I can get… Thanks.

    • Hello Marilyn! Welcome! I hope you got the cookbook today in your email – enjoy and I hope to see you around again! Please feel free to ask questions. My readers are pretty sharp too :-).

    • Hi Marilyn,

      Did you end up getting the email? My son was checking the lists and he said that he didn’t see your email address verified. Thanks!

  319. I’ve subscribed, and look forward to reading more about soaking flours. Thanks so much for the fantastic blog!

  320. Kim Russell says:

    Hi I have subscribed and would like to receive the sprouted grains cookbook. I really love the information on your site. Glad I found it.

  321. all subscribed and ready for my ebook full of deliciousness :)

  322. Found your site through Pintrest! I’m thrilled about all the recipes–especially for my child who is allergic to so much. I made the Chocolate chips last night and were Perfect! I saw your e-book on soaking grains and would love a copy when you have a chance. Thank you so much! (I did subscribe to your blog via e-mail) Andrea

    • Hi Andrea – hope you like the cookbook! Did the chips work in cookies? One reader said they melted too much in hers, but they worked in mine…. :-).

  323. I am subscribed and can’t wait for my ebook, thanks!

  324. Just signed up for your newsletter and I am looking forward to receiving your free cookbook. Thanks for all you do! ~ Caroline at Immunitrition

  325. Hi, Adrienne –
    I found your blog via Humble Seed Co. I’ll have to pass them a thank you. I’d very much like a copy of the cookbook!

    I’ve just discovered that I need to cut out the “white” food group – no white sugar, white flour, white rice, white potato, etc. I also need to increase my body pH and cut out any sources of aluminum, fluoride & corn.

    To make matters worse yet, my income is VERY limited! I DEFINITELY need to make everything for myself!

    Ameda

    • Hi Ameda, I’m glad to have you here! It’s hard to make these kinds of adjustments, but I’ll help as I can….we make everything here too. Not a lot of extra to go around…and I think it’s better this way anyway. Good training for whenever things get rough and good lessons for the kids. Where was I on Humble Seed? I didn’t know about that…. If you’d care to share – what health issues are you dealing with?

  326. Crystal Johnson says:

    I subscribed, Thank You!

  327. Hi Adrienne, I appreciate what fine work you are doing here about educating and encouraging people how to utilize the natural goodness of foods. I subscribed to the newsletter and would like to receive a digital copy of the sprouted grains cookbook. Thank you

  328. Hello there,
    Have just subscribed to your very interesting and informative site.Look forward to receiving the free EBook.
    Hopefully I will be able to help my son with his health issues.

    Cheers Carol

  329. Hello, I’ve just subscribed and would love a copy of the sprouted grains recipe book, please! I’ve heard so much about it but never seem to get the hang of actually making recipes with soaked or sprouted grains :) .

  330. Just signed up for your newsletter and I’m so excited about the e-book, I’ve been seeing it on all the blogs I read. Can’t wait!

  331. Kelly Hulst says:

    I just subscribed! Looking forward to the emails and cookbook! Thanks!

  332. I have just found out about the wonders of soaked grains!

  333. Hello Adrienne!

    I just subscribed through email & I can’t wait to receive your amazing ebook!
    You have a very cool & alternative food blog!
    Many greetings from a fellow foodie from Belgium! ;)

  334. Hi there, just found your blog from link over at Frugally Sustainable. I just signed up to receive your post via email. Been checking out all the great tips and ideas. Wonderful job and I love using my Vita mix!

  335. I just subscribed. Love your blog! Thanks so much…

  336. Hey Adrienne! I subscribed by email and would love to see your cookbook! Thanks! ~Stephanie :)

  337. I subscribed to your reader and love the info. on your site!!! Looking forward to understanding more of these concepts as we have just recently gone off gluten and sugar in anything and feel at a complete loss with cooking!

  338. Annetta WIlliams says:

    Would love to have a copy of your cook book!

  339. Hi,
    I am already a subscriber and would love the cookbook on soaking grains. This is all new to me, and I have been enjoying your blog.

    Elizabeth

    • Hi Elizabeth. Thanks for the encouragement! I hope it all makes sense to you but I will say that there is more info coming. I hope to have it on my blog soon.

  340. I just subscribed. Thank you for the book!

    • Adrienne says:

      Hello Beate – I know it’s been awhile so I am just making sure that you got the book. My son and I had wires crossed about who got them emailed. In any case, just making sure that you either got your cookbook or noticed that you can download it now at the end of my email newsletter :-). If you didn’t see it already, you might also like my Baked Oatmeal Cake. Enjoy and hope to see you around!

  341. I just subscribe – great blog!

    • Adrienne says:

      Thanks for the kind words, Veronica! I know it’s been awhile so I am just making sure that you got the book. My son and I had wires crossed about who got them emailed. In any case, just making sure that you either got your cookbook or noticed that you can download it now at the end of my email newsletter :-). If you didn’t see it already, you might also like my Baked Oatmeal Cake. Enjoy and hope to see you around!

  342. I am already recently subscribed and am now also looking forward to the cookbook. I have found your blog through The Balanced Platter. Thank you very much for all the detailed information you provide.

  343. Vanessa Sanger says:

    Hi I have just subscribed looking forward to reading your cook book. Thanks.. vanessa

  344. I subscribed today. I look forward to the cookbook! Thanks!

  345. I just subscribed via email.

  346. Hi! I just subscribed to your newsletter via rss…i found you on a post from the gluten-free homemaker. we have LOTS of food allergies in our house, too! I was excited about your cookbook…as it happen, i just went to our whole food store and purchased raw almonds and sunflower seeds since i’ve heard so much about almond flour and i’m going to try to make our own sunbutter, (since the store bought kind is cross-contaminated with soy and made my kid break out)…looking forward to any help you offer in your cookbook!!

    • Nice to meet you, Jen – I make all kind of nut and seed butters all the time. I have 3 kinds in the fridge always. I hope to see you around again! Welcome!

  347. I subscribed to your email list. I’m looking forward to some new recipes.

  348. hi, i subscribed – please assist me with this cookbook.

  349. I subscribed via e-mail. Looking forward to checking out the cookbook!

    • Hello Rachel – my son checked the email list and he saw your email but it wasn’t verified – could you please check into that and let me know when you’ve subscribed? Thanks.

  350. Hello, Adrienne. :) I have subscribed. THANK YOU for providing the free cookbook. I already have to adjust for high altitude, so it will be nice to not have to always figure the soaking adjustments as well.

    • Becky, my son checks the email list for subscribers, but he didn’t see your email address – could you please let me know how you have subscribed? Thanks!

  351. I just subscribed and am looking forward to the cookbook. Thanks!

  352. I recently subscribed to your rss feed after a post from the gluten-free homemaker. I have celiac and a soy sensitivity so we’re always looking for new recipes for home to keep things interesting. :)

  353. Gloria Graham says:

    Love your wholesome recipes,ideas and blog. I do subscribe and would love the free ebookand.

  354. Angel Rodriguez says:

    I have subscribed to your blog. Please send me the free soaked book. I really need help with this! Thank you!

  355. I’m subscribed and enjoying your website and I would appreciate the e-book. Thanks!

  356. current subscriber and i would like a copy of is your flour wet. Thank You

  357. I am a subscriber and would like the e-mail cookbook. I have a son who also has AS. Love your website. It’s very helpful.
    Thanks.

  358. I’m excited to be a new subscriber! And super excited to get your ecookbook! thank you!

  359. I am really enjoying your blog. I would love a copy of this ebook about soaking your grains. My daughter has Crohn’s disease and we have been reading about this, but not tried it yet. Thanks!

    • Thanks, Katie. I wonder if you’d looked at Crohn’s and heavy metals. I am thinking my practitioner said that there is often a connection. Have you looked at the GAPS diet as well?

  360. I just love yur site its wonderful

  361. I subscribed – thanks, your site is great. I’d like the soaked grains book.

    • Martine, Hello! I think I remember you from earlier on my blog…my son didn’t find your email address on the list – could you let me know how you subscribed please? Thanks!

  362. I subscribed to your blog and am really looking forward to the free cookbook. Thanks!

  363. Beckie Sommerville says:

    I subscribed to your blog a little while ago and love all of the helpful info. I just saw this today and would love the free e-book. I am soaking all of my nuts and have read about soaking or sprouting grains. I can’t wait to learn more.

  364. peggy ginniff says:

    I subscribed to your email earlier this week. Looking forward to viewing the book.

    Thanks so very much
    Peggy

  365. Looking forward to trying soaked grains. I’ve never done that before. Thanks for all your inspiration and all I’ve learned from you and your journey. You are an amazing treasure!!

  366. Margaret Allison says:

    I am new at this but I think I am subscribed to your blog. I found your information on Whole New Mom but I see your stuff on your blog all the time maybe though just when WNM mentions you, so I don’t know for sure. Would love to have your free little recipe book as I am working on eating healthier and have bought several different grains to use for baking/cooking. Thanks.

    • Hello Margaret – thanks for subscribing – obviously you did it :-). I hope you enjoy the cookbook and that you can make the goals you want to regarding your eating. Take care!

  367. I subscribed to your blog. I’m looking forward to this cookbook! Thank you!

  368. I have subscribed and have just started to change our eating habits to whole foods. Looking forward to trying your recipes! Thanks!

  369. I found your blog when searching for a more natural taco seasoning mix. Your recipe is awesome as is the rest of your site. I’ve just subscribed. Thanks!

  370. hi adrienne, thank you for your wonderful site! i’ve subscribed to your newsletter and look forward to your cookbook and to sharing your recipes with my family and friends. again, thank you for taking the time and effort to educating and sharing your knowledge. it means so much to us.

    • Lucha, my son checks the subscriber lists and emails the cookbooks from there. He couldn’t find your email address there – could you tell me how you subscribed please? Thanks!

  371. Hello, i just found the web site & love it.
    I registered for the newsletter & would like to read the ebook.. I’ m hoping to find healthy recipes that
    are easier to digest. I think its time to change the way I cook.
    Thank you so much.

  372. Hi – I find this website fascinating. I’ve been told to avoid grains altogether because of those bad things in them. My digestive system has been messed up for a while and I’ve found limiting the grains definitely has made an improvement, however, I do love to bake so your cookbook sounds great. I’ve been subscribed for a while through my feed reader and you have been more than helpful in many areas. Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge! Much appreciated and blessings to you.

    • Nicole, my son checks the subscriber lists and emails the cookbooks from there. He couldn’t find your email address there – could you tell me how you subscribed please? Thanks!

    • Hi again, Nicole – sorry – I just read that you subscribed in your feeder. I’ll have my son send out the cookbook right away. Thanks and sorry for the delay.

  373. jodi pursifull says:

    this is a wonderful offer, getting the kids to join me in healyhy eating can be tricky sometimes, God bless.

  374. Hi – I’ve just subscribed to the email newsletter and would love your ebook. Thanks!

    • Alison, my son checks the subscriber lists and emails the cookbooks from there. He couldn’t find your email address there – could you tell me how you subscribed please? Thanks!

  375. I have subscribed to your newsletter and would love your ebook.

  376. I’ve subscribed by email! I’m really looking forward to this cookbook!! I just bought a Nutramill and will be grinding my own flour. I am making more changes to my diet to lose weight and be healthy. I have a new grandson that needs a healthy grandma! I just found your website and am thoroughly enjoying learning! Thank you so much!

  377. I’ve subscribed, and am looking forward to learning more about soaked grains! Thanks!

  378. I love your site! I use it all the time for inspiration and recipes that my family LOVES. I just got my Vitamix this fall, and I LOVE it! Next up is the dehydrator, now that we’re truly committed to making EVERY meal at home for our ADHD son. Anyway, I’d love a copy of the cookbook! Thank you for this site!!! :)

    • Hi Stephanie! Thanks for the kind words. I love the Vitamix too! If you end up getting a dehydrator, did you notice I sell them? I can get you the best deal for sure. If you find a better one I’ll beat it for you if I can. Take care!

  379. I subscribed recently and would love the book. Thanks for sharing!

    • Holly, my son checks the subscriber lists and emails the cookbooks from there. He couldn’t find your email address there – could you tell me how you subscribed please? Thanks!

  380. Sarah Butcher says:

    I’m an email subscriber love your ideas! Looking forward to the ebook!

  381. I’ve just subscribed to your website and would love a copy of your cookbook. I’ve been trying to implement small changes in our diet and am very interested in the “whole foods” approach. A friend told me about your website.

  382. I subscribed and would love the free cook book

  383. jodi pursifull says:

    hello adrianne, im new to all this comment stuff but i definately need your cookbook, what a generous offer. i hope ive done this right. jodi.

  384. Hi! I’m a subscriber and I’m really looking forward to seeing this cookbook! Thanks.
    Tina

  385. Signed up for your newsletter and am looking forward to trying out some of the recipes from your cookbook! :)

  386. New Subscriber here!! Great I stumbled on to this looking for a chia pudding recipe!! Looking forward to the cookbook, thank you!!

  387. Linda Balsiger says:

    I am subscribed and would enjoy the cookbook.

  388. Hui,
    I discovered your site in October and subscribed to it last year. Love your posts and info.,especially the recipes! I would love one of the books on grain soaking. Can’t wait to get one.
    Keep the posts going!

    Thank you,
    Celeste

  389. Kay Gellerstedt says:

    Hi Jen…I was thrilled to see your recipes using allergy friendly ingredients! I’ve subscribed to your newsletter through my email. Can’t wait to read your cookbook!

  390. Just signed up for the e-mails, can’t wait to try some of the amazing recipes!!

  391. I just subscribed, and I’d love a free e-book!!

    • Hello Martha! My assistant just checked the subscriber list…and he didn’t see your email address on there. Can you clarify that you subscribed please and how?

  392. Hi there – I just signed up for your feed. Also, I think I might be able to help you with sending a special link in your FeedBurner confirmation email. I’ve been meaning to sign up for this for awhile, so I was happy for a “reminder” tonight! ~ Erin from Homestead Host

    • Erin – What a pleasure to talk w/ you today! I assume you are meaning a link to set up so subscribers to my email get the cookbook? If so – thanks! I’ve been wanting to do that!

  393. Hi Adrienne,
    I just subscribed via email; psyched about your blog! and would LOVE LOVE yr cookbook.

  394. subscribed via email! Can’t wait to see what you have up your sleeve!

    • by the way, I also have a child with Asperger’s syndrome who is almost 16, and another child with high functioning Autism who is getting ready to turn 13. We are always on the lookout for things that will help them without making our other 8 children turn up their noses. Thank you so much for your blog and book!

      • Adrienne says:

        Thanks for sharing, Lisa. Bless you for your work w/ your kids. Asperger’s can be rough, can’t it? We’re dealing with a load of anxiety now that is making life really difficult. Take care! And thanks for the encouragement!

    • Adrienne says:

      Hello Lisa. I know it’s been awhile so I am just making sure that you got the book. My son and I had wires crossed about who got them emailed while he was verifying subscribers. In any case, just making sure that you either got your cookbook or noticed that you can download it now at the end of my email newsletter – finally figured out how to do that.:-). And if you didn’t see it already, you might also like my Baked Oatmeal Cake. Enjoy and hope to see you around!

  395. I just discovered your site this morning and already subscribed via e-mail. I would like to have a copy of this cookbook. Thank you!

    • Adrienne says:

      Hello Jacqueline! It’s been awhile since your commment, so I am just making sure that you got the book. My son and I had wires crossed about who got them emailed while he was verifying subscribers. In any case, just making sure that you either got your cookbook or noticed that you can download it now at the end of my email newsletter – finally figured out how to do that.:-). And if you didn’t see it already, you might also like my Baked Oatmeal Cake. Enjoy and hope to see you around! Thanks for subscribing!

  396. I subscribed! I’m just starting out on my whole foods and soaked grains journey, so I’m looking forward to reading your book!

    • Adrienne says:

      Thanks for subscribing, Julie! I’m sorry it’s been a bit since your comment. My son and I had wires crossed about who got them emailed while he was verifying subscribers. In any case, just making sure that you either got your cookbook or noticed that you can download it now at the end of my email newsletter – finally figured out how to do that.:-). And if you didn’t see it already, you might also like my Baked Oatmeal Cake. Enjoy and hope to see you around!

  397. Subscribed. Thanks!

    • Adrienne says:

      You’re welcome! Just making sure that you either got your cookbook or noticed that you can download it now at the end of my email newsletter :-). If you didn’t see it already, you might also like my Baked Oatmeal Cake. Enjoy and hope to see you around!

  398. Have recently gone gluten-free and found your site when looking for information–what a helpful resource you are! Thank you! I would love to receive your book!

    • Adrienne says:

      You should have received it in your inbox today in any case – I fixed to automatically attach to the email :-). Enjoy!

  399. Hi! I have subscribed to your newsletter and am very interested in the cookbook! Thanks for all the great info!!

    • Adrienne says:

      Thanks for the kind words, Sarah! Just making sure that you either got your cookbook or noticed that you can download it now at the end of my email newsletter :-). And if you didn’t see it, you might also like my Baked Oatmeal Cake. Enjoy!

  400. Hi Adrienne,

    I subscribed to your email a couple of weeks ago and am really enjoying all of your info/recipes. I would also love to receive your free E-book. Thanks so much for all you do to educate people towards healthier eating, hence healthier lives!
    Jennifer

    • Adrienne says:

      Hello Jennifer – just making sure that you either got your cookbook or noticed that you can download it now at the end of my email newsletter :-). Enjoy!

  401. 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!

  402. 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!

  403. 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!

  404. 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!

  405. 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!

  406. 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!

  407. 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!

  408. 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!

  409. 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!

  410. 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!

  411. elisabeth says:

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

  412. 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!

  413. 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!

  414. 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!:)

  415. 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!

  416. 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!

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

  418. 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!

  419. 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 :-).

  420. 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!

  421. 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!

  422. 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 :-).

  423. 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!

  424. 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!

  425. 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!

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

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

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

    thanks, Karen

  429. 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!

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

  431. Anamaria says:

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

  432. 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!

  433. 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

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