A spoonful of sugar (Makes the whole grains and Flax go down)

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I bake whole grain baked goods every day.  Muffins, cookies, bread, cinnamon rolls, pizza.  My family is always chowing down the foods I create, especially if  they are slathered with cheese or sugar. I made these granola bars six days ago on monday, double batch with whole wheat flour and a whole cup of golden … Continue reading

A few tips for easier Vegan Eating

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I just snarfed down three potato pancakes with applesauce and Thai Seasoning. Man, they were good! I made some Kamut pancakes for my family that had eggs and milk in them. I have gone back to eating Vegan after a fourteen year break and wanted to share a few tips learned over the years that … Continue reading

Food Storage Know How Class

Jenny Hatch lecturing on whole foods in Boulder Colorado summer of 2012

Last night at the Louisville Rec Center our LDS Ward hosted a Food Storage Know How Class for our Community.  We had three speakers and a Q & A after the lectures.  I was happy to be included in the mix and had my husband video tape my thoughts to share here on my blog. … Continue reading

#jennyhatch Natural Family Living Class One: November 2011 Food Storage

Jeff by the food storage with Sam

I taught my class last saturday here in our home.  It was extremely stressful attempting to incorporate the multimedia webinar stream on the web, and so I was grateful that the only person who attended was my friend Helen.  If I had had a houseful of strangers show up to be taught the fundamentals of … Continue reading

Dry Pack Canning in my home: Golden Flax Seeds

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  In this video I share details about a new study on Flaxseeds conducted recently touting the benefits of Dietary Flax for Radiation Poisoning.  Recently I purchased a fifty pound bag of Golden Flax Seeds from Vitamin Cottage and canned it using a Home Canning System from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day … Continue reading

Using the Holy Spirit in my Cooking and Food Storage

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When I was attending BYU in 1987 my best friend Deb introduced me to the book Laurels Kitchen.  Highly Influenced by my sister in law Brenda, I had made the decision to be a Vegetarian once I left home at the age of 18 and was always looking for new and better ways to nourish … Continue reading

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