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If you’re allergy free or even just gluten free, you know it’s difficult to find a good loaf of bread, and even more difficult to MAKE one. When you take all the allergens we…
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Today’s allergy-free recipe is a bit unusual, in that the main ingredient in these waffles are lentils.
Lentils are small legumes, which are easy to prepare and soak up flavors of other ingredients Lentils might be small, but they pack some nutritional power. One cup of lentils contains 230 calories and a WHOPPING 16 grams of fiber! (The RDA for fiber is 25 grams per day). The health benefits of lentils include:
Here is the vitamin and mineral content of lentils from whfoods.com.
RED LENTIL WAFFLES
WITH ROSEMARY POMEGRANATE SYRUP
FROM: Eat. Thrive. Glow
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In a large pan bring the water for the pasta to a boil. While the water is coming to a boil make an ice bath in a small bowl. In a blender add 1 cup of the vegetable stock. When the water has come to a boil (using tongs) immerse the Basil into the boiling water. Just until it wilts. As soon as the basil wilts place it into the ice bath. Add the pasta to the boiling water. Remove the stems from the basil…
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