Midwest Home: A deep dive into local, regenerative (or sustainable) agriculture

Recipes and resources connect thoughtfully grown, gathered, and prepared ingredients to a healthy future—for food, farming, and humankindWant to give Kernza a try? Dooley provides resources at the back of the book for ordering the flour. She also has a can-do recipe for multigrain crackers made with Kernza. Also in her “perennial pantry” are grains including oat groats, wild rice, and dried field corn; beans ranging from Arikara to Tiger’s Eye; cooking oils made from nuts; and natural sweeteners. Many of these ingredients may not seem out of the ordinary to adventurous cooks, and her recipes don’t require arduous, time-consuming culinary practices.

Article at Midwest Home.

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