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15 Vegan Recipes Using Ancient Grains

Before I get to the main article, I wanted to mention a few things regarding my blog in relation to school. One of my current courses is coming to an end next week. My final assignment, exam and oral exam are all coming due. Then, when this course is complete, I immediately need to sign up to take an exam over the content of all of the classes I've taken so far. This is  a HUGE test and I'm very stressed out about it. (We all know how bad stress is for us! :-) ) I strive to post quality articles, which takes time, effort and research to accomplish, and this often distracts me from my studies. So, with all this in mind, I will be drastically cutting back on my posts for the next few weeks. In order to give school the attention it deserves, beginning today, my normal schedule will stop completely, including: Meditation Monday, Ultimate Guide to Nutrients, How to Eat Healthy, and Feel Good Friday. After today, I will only be posting one daily inspiration blog per day (with the occasional reblog) until after my big exam. I really hate to cut back because I love blogging so much, which is why I'm not stopping completely. I don't want to lose momentum. So, thank you for your patience and understanding. I need to focus on my schooling at the moment. After all, without school, I wouldn't have anything to teach all of you! ON WITH THE RECIPES!

As we continue with healthy carbohydrates, you’ve no doubt realized that I am a big fan of ancient grains. Since I have a few people in my life and a some followers who are vegan, I wanted to post some recipes that were specifically vegan. So, I found a wonderful article from One Planet which highlights several ancient grains with 15 different vegan recipes.

 

Enjoy and Bon Appetit!

Here’s the main article!

Source: Eat More Ancient Grains With These 15 Vegan Recipes | One Green Planet

About Tamara Hoerner (499 Articles)
I am a student at Hawthorn University working toward a MS degree in Holistic Nutrition. For me, the name Purple Almond symbolizes “Good, nutritious, whole food bringing light and life to the body, awakening the inherent healing mechanisms within.”

3 Comments on 15 Vegan Recipes Using Ancient Grains

  1. Tasty! Great post 🙂 Healthy, tasty, and historic! 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

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