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    I've adapted this from an old newspaper recipe clipping (source unknown), likely from the 1970's when wheat germ was a miracle ingredient. I've substituted brown rice flour for all-purpose flour as I prefer this texture and flavour variation, but you could just as easily revert to the original with good results. The original also called for 1 c. wheat germ, which I've halved and added 1/2 c. spelt flour, but this is a highly adaptable and forgiving recipe so feel free to experiment depending on what you have on hand. I recommend pure peanut butter (peanuts as only ingredient) rather than the soybean oil, sugar and salt-laden popular brands.

    Recipe #508925

    This custard, free of the usual cornstarch thickener, will appeal to anyone with a corn allergy but is more delicious and nutritious than cornstarch custard anyway. I developed it for use in English trifle but it would be great on its own or with fruit.

    Recipe #404747

    I found this recipe on the internet while doing a search for "mesquite powder," which I bought to make Crock Pot Pulled Pork (recipe #132049, which I recommend). Intrigued by the unusual ingredients, I have not been able to identify the original source, but have subsequently modified the recipe anyway. As cookies go, these are nutritious - the honey and mesquite have a wonderful caramel rich synergy and the cookies form an attractive crackle pattern like gingersnaps. Be careful not to overbake - watch carefully and go on the light side of done when you take them out. I used "raw organic mesquite powder" by Health Matters, found at my local health food store.

    Recipe #402675

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