The flavor of the softened buckwheat groats plays nicely with the hint of citrus and the soft suggestion of Parmesan.
Because alliteration is cool. And pretentious. You want to know what’s even more pretentious than alliteration? Using goat milk, that’s what.
Happy International Women’s Day! Make this awesome bread for the amazing woman of your choice. Seriously. Doesn’t even need to be someone you know. Just bake and deliver. Bread pretty much says, “You are awesome” all by itself.
Simple, sweet, and smooth.
Despite a few unexpected ingredients, this is a pretty standard American-style pumpernickel recipe – the coffee, coffee flour, and chocolate provide the pumpernickel overtones.
I came up with this bread while stroking my waxed mustache and admiring my man bun. It’s a hipster thing. You don’t have to be a hipster to make it, but you really ought to like blue cheese.
A rich, complex, savory, loaf that’s two parts fancy, one part rustic, and may just be the best invention since… well, you know.
“They have a pleasing mouth feel.” Real quote from my sister-in-law Colleen. She’s a horticulturist. She knows her oats.
Here, I’ve prepared a tweet for you: “Wonderful egg braid w/ #coffee flour, super seeds & ancient grains #quinoa #millet #buckwheat #hemp #amaranth #chia #flax @bluebowlbreads”. You are welcome.
Was thinking about sliced pears and blue cheese on whole wheat crackers the other day. And then I stopped because I was thinking about pears and blue cheese in a yummy bread recipe!