Do you have any homemade cereal recipes to with the HT class?Cold cereal isn't what I consider a particularly healthy breakfast. Granola and such are nice snacks, but super high in sugar and, therefore, carbs.
A nice mix of nuts with a scant sprinkle of dehydrated fruit would be a good way to start the day.
But for me, if I am looking for something on the run, a couple of hard boiled eggs and some veg works for breakfast
No, because I don't eat cereal.Do you have any homemade cereal recipes to with the HT class?
I don't remember asking this question several months ago.Didn't you ask the same question several months ago?
Since I can't drink milk my cold breakfasts involve yogurt, fruit, wheat germ (a new thing I've been trying) and nuts mixed together. I don't think much of it. I'd much rather have ham or bacon with eggs and cheese.
I really like egg, cheese, meat and salsa scrambles. But then I have to wash dishes and clean the kitchen afterward.
There are none in my estimation if it isn't cooked first in some manner. Without having the proper machinery and other equipment needed to process, crush and extrude the cereals none are healthy without being properly cooked first before they can be eaten either hot or cold.What cold cereal is the healthiest to make from scratch at home besides granola and muesli?
Can anyone explain to me why I found this as evidence? homemade cold cereal - Google SearchThere are none in my estimation if it isn't cooked first in some manner. Without having the proper machinery and other equipment needed to process, crush and extrude the cereals none are healthy without being properly cooked first before they can be eaten either hot or cold.
Stuff like puffed rice, puffed wheat, puffed corn etc. needs to be cooked just to get them puffed up. Raw granola or cereal flakes or shredded cereals all need to be blended with oils first to bind the ingredients and then it gets processed as to shape and form and then is oven baked. Many other cereal grains need to be either steamed or boiled to be edible.
Cooking cereals is what people have been doing for thousands of years to make the cereals more nutritious, palatable, digestible and most importantly, safe for humans to eat. The cereal has to be safe and have no contaminants, fungi or parasites in it.
Well, all of those things call for some kind of cooking so what you found there is evidence that it all needs to be prepped and cooked from scratch first before you can eat it cold later. That was the point I was trying to make.Can anyone explain to me why I found this as evidence? homemade cold cereal - Google Search
Evidence? Of what?
There are recipes out there for roasted roadkill, but that doesn’t mean that I want to serve it at my house.
Trail mix? The idea had to come from somewhere.A handful of mixed nuts and a handful of raisins,