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#1 of 2 Old 03-27-2009, 02:42 PM - Thread Starter
 
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My grandma used to make the most delicious homemade noodles. I would love to recreate them (of course she doesn't have a written down recipe for them), but I know she used a lot of bleached white flower. Does anyone have a good homemade noodle recipe that uses soaked spelt or wheat flour?

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I made delicious homemade pasta with soaked whole grain "flour". I use whatever grains (spelt, wheat, barley, trictacale, oats, etc) 1:1 with water and an acid medium, (or with kefir). Blend in blender. Soak overnight; then blend with a couple of eggs. Add sprouted flour (purchased) to create the 'dough' consistency.

I figure this is the maximum nutrients, short of sprouting all of my own grains and dehydrating and grinding them. (not likely to happen anytime soon, lol) The commercial sprouted flour loses nutrients in the processing and transportation. And the soaking adds so much moisture, I figure that I'd rather start with my own whole grains.

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