Thursday, January 29, 2009

We're Heroes....

Heroes of Bob's Red Mill that is! Although it would be an honor to be a real hero to someone special.

We have the privilege of being on a special list to receive new or exciting products from Bob's Red Mill. We are faithful followers and devoted to all of Bob's products, especially all things whole grain.

Our first batch of goodies arrived at the end of 2008, and they included (starting from top left):
  • Misc: Ceramic mugs, bag clips, Bob's aprons and caps!
  • Grande Whole Grains - very hearty, chewy, and wholesome, with lots of various grains.
  • 10 Grain Flour
  • Whole Grain Gingerbread Cake Mix - delicious, spiced, soft, moist, and yummy!! Added some pumpkin for moistness, flavor, and nutrition.
  • 10 Grain Hot Cereal - with stone ground high protein hard red wheat, rye, triticale, oat bran, oats, corn, barley, soy beans, brown rice, millet, and flaxseed, this blend is full of fiber and protein! Delicious!
  • 7 Grain Pancake/Waffle Mix - a great blend of soft, yet fiber-rich, flours to make easy and tasty pancakes!
  • Creamy Rye Flakes - to make a delicious bowl of "rye-meal". Chewy and nutty!
  • Steel Cut Oats - for a wonderful texture for breakfast, or cooked and added to breads.
  • Long Grain Brown Rice - nice for every cuisine - Thai, Mexican, etc...

So go be a "hero" and set a good example to others around you! Eat nutritious and vegan, pray and act morally, and just simply love. No matter how small, the little things in life can be seen as heroic to someone special.

P.S. While striving to be a hero, go enjoy some Bob's Red Mill grains!

Peace, LK

2 comments:

aTxVegn said...

I love to hear about new products, esp. the wonderful ones from Bob's Red Mill. Lucky you!

tahinitoo said...

Bob's Red Mill is the best!!!! I live pretty close to the mill and store!!! Have fun testing out all the great samplings.

And yes, you sure can make tahini without added oil. I think it would be easiest with a powerful food processor, or maybe even a blender. It takes time, so be patient. I ran my food processor for at least five minutes to get a nice smooth consistency.