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15 February 2007

daily food photo: teff porridge

whole grain teff porridge

maple syrup, sliced almonds, sour cherries. sunlight.



At 7:18 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where do you get GF dried fruit?

GF in Eugene OR

At 7:41 PM, Blogger Lisa-Marie said...

Yummmmy. L-M

At 11:10 PM, Blogger Shauna said...

I buy my dried fruit at Trader Joe's. On the West Coast, all TJ's dried fruit is gluten-free.

Yummy? Yes.

At 12:18 AM, Blogger Sarah B. said...

how do you make teff porridge? Your site is awesome--I have become obsessed with baking after following your blog the past 18 months. You've helped me make some fantastic treats :) Thanks so much!!!

At 4:50 AM, Blogger Sheri said...

Yum - my favorite breakfast!

At 7:53 AM, Blogger Unknown said...

That looks just like the chocolate Malt-O-Meal I saw in the store the other day. I'm sure Malt-O-Meal has gluten in it though.

How does dried fruit come in contact with gluten. Do they dust the raisins and such with flour to keep moisture away?

At 8:29 AM, Blogger Mike Eberhart said...

I like teff served that way too. My older sister and mother turned me on to eating the cooked teff grain for breakfast. Prior to that, I really only thought of teff as a flour to use in some of our breads and other recipes. Nice picture Shauna!

At 12:01 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


At 8:18 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sunlight is my favorite ingredient in any breakfast food. :-)

At 8:32 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's amazing how much sunlight adds to the dish. Truly. When you live in the Pac NW, it adds to everything when you can get it.

At 9:12 PM, Blogger Food Allergy Queen said...

Hm. Is teff nutty like quinoa? I too have only seen teff flour, and not whole teff grains like this. I'll have to look into it, thanks!

At 9:26 PM, Blogger Shauna said...

Sarah b,

I'm so happy I could help! Teff porridge is so easy. Whole grain teff (1/2 cup) meets boiling water. Fifteen minutes later, you have porrdige.


I know! You started me on it.


Malt-o-Meal definitely has gluten. That's okay. I prefer teff.

Some dried fruits are dusted with flour. Some are processed in a facility that processes gluten. In fact, I went to Trader Joe's today, and some of their fruit says on the package, "Made in a facility that also uses wheat." Gah! I won't be eating those anymore.


I know. Isn't it amazing what we are discovering?

Kimberly and Ryan,

Sunlight is essential. I had plenty of it in Arizona. So sad that spring is still months away...

Food allergy queen,

Teff porridge has this beautiful, chocolately-maple-syrup taste to it. Just gorgeous. Even the Chef loves it.

I have a link to whole grain teff on the right-side of the screen of my website. I want everyone to be able to buy it!

At 9:32 PM, Blogger Jean Layton-GF Dr. Mom said...

Terrific! one more addition to the morning repertoire! I love TJ's and just can't wait till the Bellingham one opens in the summer.
I think the new labeling requirements are going to have a big influence on that "manufactured in factories containing wheat" notation.

At 8:47 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

Thanks Shauna,
I was hoping you had found a magical place where the dried fruit wasn't contaminated. Oh well. Back to drying my own.

GF in Eugene

At 7:16 AM, Blogger ~M said...

Which brand of teff do you use? What about teff flour? Thanks!

At 12:08 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi! :) first time writing-- just wanted to ask if anyone heard about TEFF grains being contaminated (not by gluten)something about that is why the iron level are so high.. it's surely a false statement-- but wanted to ask if anyone heard anything on that- i love Teff-- especially being anemiccc!


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