They're not rolled out like traditional pretzels but oh, my, they were so very, very good. Christian said, "These are really good." oh, about 100 times last night. Next time, I'll add a little whole wheat flour to them and see what happens. And we might try rolling some to look like pretzels. We stuffed ours with homemade pesto and mozzarella cheese. I think they would also be great stuffed with honey and raisins. I'm also going to try to freeze some for snacks.
One of the things that got me thinking about Farmama is that I remembered that they do no-till farming. We've had so much rain here the last few months that I'm not sure we can get any more ground tilled up. The clay soil holds the moisture and the tiller just gets all clumped up with soil. So we're going to plan "B" and doing a modified version of the no-till farming. Modified since I really should have started these beds last fall. Farmama is no longer blogging and I really miss her posts but she's graciously kept her blog online. It has lots of great info about sustainable living from a family who is actually doing it. And some great recipes.
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