The Art of Intuitive Eating
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A Year of Gratitude: Buckwheat Bread, Focaccia, and Baby Seed Cakes
Buckwheat bread, Foccaccia, Crackers, or Baby Seed Cakes - made from sprouted buckwheat and seeds with a truly bread-like texture and taste that we're crazy about! We enjoy eating them plain, or with various toppings for a complete meal.

Surviving or Thriving: Pumpkin Seed Bread
This hearty dehydrated bread is made with sprouted pumpkin seeds, carrots, and sweet onions with a topping of mung bean sprouts, green onions, sesame seeds, and grated carrots, pressed in after the bread is formed. The topping adds extra protein, a delicious taste and texture, and has a beauty that we greatly enjoy.

Living Without Wheat: Almond Flatbread
Here's a recipe for wheatless, high protein, living flatbread, made with nuts and a few veggies. The result is a textured, sweet "bread", without any of the problems associated with wheat. Although these are perfect to eat plain, we often love to pile on all kinds of toppings and make a folded sandwich, or a tostada. To this we drizzle on a little oil, or a sweet miso dressing.

Food as Love: Sunflower Barley Bread
We've been making a new raw bread, and it's ever so breadlike with a sourdough flavor. It tastes great with our latest seed cheese recipe, or with tahini and honey.

Dessert for Dinner!: Banana Bread with Pears and Cream
Banana bread, teamed with seasonal sliced pears, cashew cream, and sprinkles of nutmeg and cinnamon, makes for a perfectly decadent, yet healthy, dinner! Learn how to make this treat now, and be ready for the holidays!

©2007 Janet L. Doane. All rights reserverd

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Our lives,
so seemingly small,
ripple out
to the whole universe
as tiny whispers
like the sounds
of butterfly wings,
and the clear voice
of the living truth.
The Healing Feast is about:
healthful practices,
following our intuition,
& eating life-giving foods.

It's about:
transformation, joy,
inspiration, peace, gratitude,
and soulful beauty.

It's about:
living a life filled
with abundance and love,
& giving what is the best
within ourselves to the world.
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