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Leslie Osborne

Buttery Sourdough Spelt Bread Brioche Bread Recipe
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BUTTERY SOURDOUGH SPELT BRIOCHE BREAD

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Buttery Sourdough Spelt Brioche Bread is fit for any of the queens and kings from Game of Thrones. If one of the rulers of their respective realms were to be eating this right before they got their head chopped off, it would be a worthy surprise last meal. At first glance this might look like […]

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Magical Chocolate Avocado Nutella Recipe 2
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MAGICAL CHOCOLATE AVOCADO “NUTELLA” RECIPE

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Nutella is definitely sugar crack.  Believe me, I have done studies in my bathrobe when everyone was asleep. Have you ever opened a jar with the intention of just eating a couple of spoonfuls?  Yeah, it’s IMPOSSIBLE. Why?  Because there is as much sugar in two tablespoons (about what you would put on toast) to […]

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NO KNEAD SOURDOUGH CINNAMON RAISIN BREAD RECIPE

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There are moments in life when your body and soul wants nothing more than cinnamon-swirled raisin toast with butter on top. The aroma of the cinnamon and sugar toasted to perfection makes me feel like a kid again, and like everything is right in the world, even when it isn’t. For me, the sweet and […]

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SOURDOUGH SPELT BISCUITS

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AHEM, is this thing on?  Good. Let me just step on this soapbox for a moment and share an important public service announcement brought to you by the People Against Sad/Crappy Biscuits Out of an Exploding Can.   Times have changed, I know.  You’re tired.  You work hard day in and day out to provide for […]

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SOURDOUGH HONEY SPELT BREAD

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Imagine slicing into a loaf of artisan sourdough honey spelt bread that has come out of the oven and has permeated your house with an intoxicating aroma.  You hear the crackle of the beautiful crust as your knife cuts through the loaf. A bit of steam rises from the loaf even after resting for 30 […]

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