I'll have to try the Bob's Mill hot cereal you've mentioned. Sounds great.
I usually make my own whole-grain mixes because I buy them by bulk. I bring my own measuring cup and spoon and get what I want exactly.
I just saw a great mix of 5 whole-grains at MacDougal's book.
From the MacDougal Program book
1 cup brown rice
1/4 cup barley
1/4 cup wheat berries
1/4 cup millet
1/4 cup whole rye, or 1/4 cup of wild rice, or 1/8 cup of each
Combine all the ingredients and store in a tightly covered jar.
Use in recipes calling for rice or other whole-grains.
Kasha - I saute and carmalize onions with little olive oil. Add sliced mushrooms, low sodium chicken broth with 1 cup of kasha and spices and cook it until the kasha is done.
This sounds interesting: Waking up with whole-grains moscowfood.coop/archive/macro_grains.html
Edited by: PERSISTENCEMIMI at: 9/29/2009 (14:40)
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