In the early days of Bob's Red Mill Natural Foods, customers flocked to the mom-and-pop storefront in Oregon City, Oregon, asking Bob and Charlee for guidance on cooking with whole grains.
As Bob’s Red Mill Natural Foods grew into a multi-million-dollar business, customers shared their personal recipes incorporating healthier whole grains, and a collection of Bob’s Red Mill “family” recipes was begun.
Today, more than 1,000 recipes can be found on the Bob’s Red Mill website, and the Bob’s Red Mill Cookbook by Miriam Backes and the Bob’s Red Mill Family is the tried-and-true collection of the company’s 350 best whole-grain recipes.
With an emphasis on easy-to-use and health-risk-reducing recipes, Bob’s Red Mill Cookbook utilizes icons to help home cooks effortlessly identify gluten-free, vegetarian, and vegan recipes. The book is organized into six chapters: morning food, salads, soups, snacks and sides, main dishes and sweets (yes, sweets!).
Promoting health through whole grains, this is the perfect home cook’s companion for pleasing palates with nutritious foods that are accessible and affordable.
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