Delicious and Versatile! Take your pick of brown or ivory teff flour to make this gluten-free sweet strawberry mango fruit crisp. I love to eat this crisp for breakfast topped with yogurt and chia seeds. Also delicious served warm from oven with ice cream or whipped cream. Continue reading →
TBA PODCAST (Leslie Cerier/Chef and Organic Food Guru) Produced by Meagan Murphy from The Breast Archives on Vimeo.
Leslie answers questions about cooking from scratch, where to buy your food, cooking as a means of self expression, organic gardening, nutrition, relationship of breast health and diet and much more. Continue reading →
by Zoe Helene, Huffington Post Green, October 24, 2012
For 25 years, Leslie Cerier, aka The Organic Gourmet, has been teaching the art of healthy cooking at some of the finest eco-lifestyle centers and spas in the world. There’s a reason her classes are so popular. Continue reading →
Ancient grains are making a comeback. More and more, I have replaced brown rice, barley and millet with quinoa, teff, and spelt. Rich in protein, amino acids, B Vitamins, calcium and fiber, each ancient grain has its own unique flavor and nutrition profile. Some are also quick cooking (quinoa, amaranth, and teff). Ancient grains expand our choices, and offer new options for diners whose diets demand rotation, not just to escape boredom, but because of food allergies. Ancient grains permit even the most restricted dieter to feast.