Author Archives: MomGateway

About MomGateway

I love cooking simple but delicious meals! I share tips for kosher, healthy living and approaches to treating cancer naturally by letting the body heal itself through nutrition and lifestyle change. Come join me in cooking and eating fresh, wholesome foods!

View My Blog: www.momgateway.blogspot.com

Make Your Own Brownie Mix In A Jar

Food 2012 311

I like the convenience of mixes in a glass jar.    When my son craves for brownies, it’s so easy to make them.    Earlier, I posted a recipe for Instant, Anytime Falafel.   Just mix the dry ingredients and … Continue reading

Posted in Grain Mill Challenge | Tagged , , , , | 3 Comments

Puff the Magic Pita

Food 2012 283

So happy–it’s my first try to make pita bread and I got really lucky — my pita puffed up—-like magic—–forming a pocket!  Was it the high oven temperature? Was it the warm water used in proofing the yeast and in … Continue reading

Posted in Grain Mill Challenge | Tagged , | 2 Comments

Instant Anytime Falafel and Falafel Chips

Food 2012 259

Falafel are deep fried Middle Eastern chickpea patties/balls.  Typically they are served on pita bread and topped with chopped veggies and drizzled with a tahini/sesame seed.  They are great as snacks or even part of a meal.  You can also … Continue reading

Posted in Grain Mill Challenge | Tagged , , , , , , | 7 Comments

Yeast-free Almond Biscotti

Food 2012 241

Can something THIS good be unleavened?  During the 7 Days of Unleavened Bread/ Passover we ate only bread that was yeast-free.  This symbolizes putting sin out or being unleavened.  Such a tall order for most Americans who are mainly bread eaters! On the … Continue reading

Posted in Grain Mill Challenge | Tagged , , | 2 Comments

Savory Sesame Brown Rice Crackers

IMG_1238

Make your own brown crackers?  Yes, you can.  I just did. Why make your own? Let me give you just one reason:  Did you know that they put talc in rice? TALC!  Talc ingestion is highly correlated with stomach cancer! We’ve … Continue reading

Posted in Grain Mill Challenge | Tagged , , | Leave a comment