I've pledged to go plastic free on bread & crackers this July! We eat bread daily in our household so this means we need to go home-made.
This home-made sourdough bread recipe is a winner! It's so easy, you can make it while you're preparing dinner.
I just go a bit gooey at the thought of freshy baked sourdough & butter. This loaf is incredibly easy to make and will stay fresh for days (try storing it in an organic cotton produce bag like a loot bag, or else in the loaf tin you bake in, covered by a tea towel.)
Have you tried making bread and found it messy & time-consuming? (Unless of course you've invested in a bread-maker!) This sourdough recipe is a NO-KNEAD recipe.
If you like your crackers crunchy, seedy & a little salty, these are for you. A really easy mixture to make, they'll keep you fuelled with a variety of healthy grains and seeds in the Plastic Free Pantry seed mix. As many flat-cracker recipes use baking paper, (and biodegradable baking paper is not yet readily available), we've given a great option for rolling them out without it = plastic-free.
The high protein and nutrient value of chia combines beautifully with leafy greens to create light yet very filling fritters. You can eat lots of these without feeling stuffed, and you know you're eating your greens, too! The chia gives a 'pop' in the mouth. The recipe is gluten and dairy free. You can easily make it egg-free/ vegan with the option given below. A popular dish both hot and cold, serve as a side, or as a main.