While this book is full of some useful info I do find it a bit confusing. For example, I could find no recipe for actual waffles - I just had to guess to make a good consistency. It is also organized rather strangely, and uses ingredients I just don't have - like powdered vanilla and powdered honey. And, it is super over the top for food storage - like she sprouts her grains then dehydrates them, then grinds them, and she makes seemingly EVERYThing from scratch including all sorts of Faux meats and milks. I haven't figured out how you would ever have enough hours in a day to do all that, but like I said, there are great tidbits of info in there and a lot of things I'd still like to try. Thanks so much Lisa for letting me borrow your book. I don't at all mind being the guinea pig for the recipes. :)
- 10 cups freshly ground whole wheat flour
- 1 1/2 cups powdered honey - I used 1 cup splenda (I have some I need to use) and 1/2 cup sugar - for trial purposes, they were what I had in my pantry.
- 1 1/2 cups ground white beans (I ground small white beans in my grinder with no problem)
- 1 cup egg powder
- 1 Tablespoon salt
- 1 Tablespoon baking soda
- 3 Tablespoons baking powder
- 1 2/3 cup powdered milk
- 1 Tablespoons vanilla powder (I used I think 4 Tablespoons french vanilla non dairy creamer - Because that is what I had that seemed like it would work as a substitution.)
- Mix everything together in a large container. (I used a bucket I had got to make bread in 5 minutes a day - it was pretty much the only thing I had that was big enough.)
To make waffles mix 2 cups mix with 1 1/2 cups water. That made almost 2 waffles for me. At first I used 1 1/2 cup mix and 1 cup water. That filled my large waffle iron perfectly, but they were way too dense.