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Sourdough Scallion Pancakes

Use excess starter to make scallion pancakes.

Chop a handful of fresh green onions or shallots.*

Take out about 1/2 C starter.  Thin if necessary so it’s like a thick pancake batter.

Heat a cast iron skillet or griddle adding a small amount of oil (coconut is best). When the oil starts to smoke, pour in the batter.  Cook 1-2 minutes until the pancake is set up and ready to turn.

Add the chopped onions, drizzling a bit of olive oil on top.  Press the onion into the pancake just enough so it stays embedded when it’s flipped.  Flip it over and cook for 2-3 minutes, until it is as browned and caramelized as you like.

Serve with an Asian sauce made with vinegar, soy sauce and wasabi or sriracha.  Get creative with the sauce.

*As an alternative, add chopped kimchi instead of onions.

Basic Heritage Pasta

Homemade pasta is easy and so delicious.  It can be a healthy food and one that is full of protein when using heritage wheat. Basic Heritage Pasta 1 C Sunrise Flour Mill Turkey Red White Flour or Fed Fife Sifted Flour 1 egg, beaten ½ tsp salt 2 Tbsp water Directions In a medium bowlContinue Reading


 Ingredients: 2 lbs Sunrise Turkey Red Refined Flour 8 ounces whole milk sour cream (by weight), plus extra for topping finished pirogi. 2 eggs + enough cool water to equal 12 ounces total (by weight) 1 Tbsp salt Large onion, chopped 1/4-1/2 stick butter, melted  Preparation: To the flour, add the egg and water mixture,Continue Reading

Sprouting Wheat Berries

Place 3 T-1/4 C wheat berries in a wide-mouth jar and fill half-way with tepid water. Place double-thickness cheese cloth over mouth of jar and secure with rubber band. Place jar on its side in a dark or low light area, never in direct sunlight. Rinse and drain twice a day with tepid water.  BerriesContinue Reading


3 C water
1 t salt
1 C Sunrise Flour Mill freshly milled whole wheat durum flour, or cornmeal, or a 2/3-1/3 mix of cornmeal and coarse corn grits. Bring water to a boil.  Add salt and slowly add flour while stirring.  Continue to slow boil about 10 minutes, stirring constantly.  If all water isn’t absorbed byContinue Reading