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aww heehe, I would have too, I loove banana bread
Ah I used to eat millet all the time. Use it in place of rice. It's good with tomato sauce.
I don't blame you for eating it all. I used to do that when I used to bake. :B
are you totally raw now, mark33?
"after being dragged behind that horse"
Millet however had been a great transition device. It's less mucous forming than other grains.
How long did it take before you went totally raw? I'm very interested in raw foodism, but I'm a little worried that it might be too difficult a task in Philadelpia.
Can you recommend any books in particular that you found helpful?
I was on 95% raw food for years actually. After I came to LJ and saw the raw food communities, I decided to go to all raw food last year.
Wherever you can get produce is good enough. Also there's Kind Cafe on 3rd Street. They are a bit expensive, but they have a good raw menu.
I liked Survival in the 21th Century and Love Your Body by Kulvinskas, anything by David Wolfe, I've read Sunfood Diet System and Eating for Beauty which is probably more to the point than his other book. I was also influenced by Arnold Ehret earlier on.
"flax seed" -- that's the weird grain.
if flax seed is vegan, then this is vegan. it has banannas, flour, flax seed, salt, vanilla extract, soy milk, pecans, and more banannas in it. it's actually about 30% banana.
too busy photographin' rock stars these days.
wow...something about the lighting, but that just looks so delicious. the banana bread from heaven.
MMM... I'd have that with a coffee and chocolate soy milk latte. Yum. :P
i wonder if i could make it like that ... whatever it is, those hard bread-cookies you dip in coffee ... but banana flavored ....
You probably could.
More flour, sugar - bake twice. Or just convert a mandelbrot recipe (what I always used when making biscotti) exchanging some of the liquids for mushed bananas.
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UHhh! I wanna eat It, eat it now!!
You motivated me to get off my ass and bake some banana bread myself. Mine isn't fancy, though. It just has banana, sugar, flour, butter, and eggs.
Still yummy though:)
mine's less fancy. no butter, no sugar, no eggs.
It looks yummy, but as bread goes, though, it looks sort of flat. The pita version of banana bread. Are leavenings non-vegan?
it's because a) i made it very banana heavy and b) i used baking soda and baking powder as leaveners instead of yeast. i wanted it to be more like a moist banana pie than bread.
So no, then. Cool. By the way, baking soda and baking powder together sort of cancel each other out a little.
That looks like a soil sample from a planet orbiting another star.
yeah, that's what i used.
omg that looks soooooooo yummy!