Yes, this post is about things I don’t spell out in my recipes, Do I have to spell it out? I will get to that in a minute. But first …
It’s a beautiful, almost Fall, Saturday morning, well I say beautiful with tongue in cheek, because it is drizzling outside but it’s all good. All mornings can’t be sunshine and green smoothies. We reserve Saturday mornings for Gluten Free Buckwheat Pancakes, especially rainy Saturday mornings. I have to confess I’m a little disappointed it’s raining, don’t get me wrong I love the rain, (okay I know now you’re thinking, she really is crazy.) but I’m just not quite ready for cooler days, drizzle and gray. I’ve lived in the Pacific Northwest now for nineteen years and I love it. I love the rain (which we probably don’t get as much as most people think). I love the green, with rain comes green. I love the water, the Puget Sound beauty is amazing, I honestly don’t think I could, not live near the water. Today will be a dreary farmer’s market day, but still a great day for buying some great vegetables I don’t grow in my own garden, and want to use in a few recipes.
Let me get to my point for this post. I know I should never assume that my readers know how I feel or think, so I wanted to share and let you know a few things that apply to all my recipes. Things I Don’t Spell Out in each recipe because to me its a given.
Now I’m sure this list is not conclusive and so I very well may be adding to it, however I hope it helps you to know me and my recipes a little better and know that when I cook and create a recipe, I’m striving to make it optimally the most healthy way possible.
Now it’s up to you what you choose to use to make a recipe, organic, non-processed, raw, etc. I encourage you to cook and bake as clean and real as possible
Now I ask my readers Do I have to spell it out?