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Show us your GNOWFGLINS – God’s natural, organic, whole foods, grown locally and in season. I’m eager to see what’s been cooking in your kitchens over the last week! Share what you’ve been making and doing through words and/or pictures.

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  1. says

    Hi Wardee Baby! Hope all is well in your lovely world. I had a lovely lazy saturday this week which is so rare and we made personal brunch omlettes for everyone and enjoyed a good sit down visit! Thanks for hosting! Hugs. Alex@amoderatelife

  2. Pam Groom says

    I mislabeled my photos. Sorry guys!

    Comment on the Cashew Yoghurt:

    Cashew Yoghurt is my dairy-free alternative to cow or goat milk yoghurts. This is my first attempt with cashews. It came out a little gritty, but the consistency is great because I hung it from a nut milk bag to remove some of the liquid, which I save for smoothies. My almond yoghurt had a better consistency, so I think I’ll use almonds with my next batch. I used standard yoghurt starter. The small amount of dried milk solids in the starter didn’t upset my stomach. The directions I use for nut milk yogurt is here:
    http://www.pecanbread.com/recipes/almondyogurt.html

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