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Wondering what you can do with all those delicious items you bought from
eSutras over the weekend at the Green Festival in Chicago? Well, we've
done some experimenting with the food kits we made for the occasion and
this is one of the results! Our Vegan Amaranth Grits are easy, exotic,
taste bud-bending and mouthwatering. They incorporate the essentials of
the food kits, and can be made with either the Pan-Asian or New American kit.
Pan-Asian Epicurean Food Kit by eSutras Organics
Be forewarned: Amaranth can be tricky. The wrong consistency will
give you brittle, gritty kernels, but with a little patience and focus,
Amaranth can be seriously delicious. Follow our instructions carefully,
add adjustments if you think they're necessary, depending on your
knowledge of your kitchen equipment and remember that your hard work
will pay off! Amaranth is not only savory, but one of the world's more
serious super grains, chock full of protein and vitamins.
days are getting longer, it's definitely hotter and we're all feeling a
little lazy as summertime strikes. I know when I start to feel that
heat-induced ennui that it's time for some fresh food, a new recipe and a
refreshing meal. eSutras has made a new Summer Spice Trio - find it
here - for just these moods. Exotic and revitalizing spices to
complement sunny days, picnics, sandy beaches and summer ennui. CORIANDER SEED +++
Today I discovered that coriander seed grows into a plant otherwise
known as cilantro. Who knew!? Coriander always seemed so Mediterranean
or Middle Eastern, so foreign, but cilantro? I grow it in my backyard!
That's the great thing about eSutras Organics Coriander Seed: it can be
all those things. It's easy to cultivate in a tiny kitchen planter, the
leaves are fantastic in tons of dishes and the seeds - when ground and
used as a spice - are sweet, unusual and distinct.
CELERY SEED +++
These little buggers are the best for picklin…