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Food is our common ground...

Healthy Sweetness

Although Nature provides abundant sweetness it has become difficult to come by. Chemical agriculture, by and large, destroys natural sweetness of crops, and processed, refined, crystallized sugar is a drug, not food. Prevalent sweeteners transformed from plants into refined sweeteners such as cane or beet sugar, brown sugar, evaporated cane juice, corn syrup, etc. are detrimental to wellbeing and happiness. They stress us, and in doing so demand even more. Two versatile more intelligent sweeteners regaining popularity today are EDEN Organic Barley Malt Syrup and EDEN Organic Sweet Sorghum.

‘Sugar Of The Plains’

EDEN Sweet Sorghum is organically grown and prepared by Midwestern Amish families. It is made from Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench, a variety with tall cane and high juice content. Sorghum stalks are pressed for bright green juice that's slowly fire cooked in stainless steel into a sweet syrup. Eight gallons of cane juice cook down to a gallon of sweet sorghum. Sweet sorghum is sometimes called ‘molasses’ or ‘sorghum molasses,’ even though molasses is made from sugar cane or beets. EDEN Sweet Sorghum is not molasses. Once known as the ‘Sugar of the Plains,’ sweet sorghum used to be the most important sweetener in the U.S.A., before it was replaced by the politics of refined sugar. EDEN Sweet Sorghum is a wiser, more nutritious, gluten free, sweetener that is gaining popularity because it is so tasty, and so much better for health.

Traditional Malt

Ancient malting is a simple and amazing process that transforms grain into wholesome sweetness. EDEN Barley Malt Syrup is artisan crafted from two ingredients: U.S.A. family organic whole grain malting barley and pure water, absolutely nothing else is added. In a 30 to 45 day process the barley is sprouted converting carbohydrates to sugars, kiln roasted, cured, mashed, and cooked down into a thick syrup concentrate. Its malty fragrance and mild caramel undertones add appealing complexity to breads, baked goods, glazes, and cereals. EDEN Barley Malt does not stress us like refined sugars because its sweetness is more slowly metabolized together with its other nutrients. Its sugar profile is 76% maltose, 16% glucose, 6% sucrose, and 2% fructose. Use one-for-one to replace honey and molasses in recipes. To replace sugar, use 1/4 cup less liquid for each cup of barley malt used.

Spread, Drizzle, Cook, and Bake

EDEN Barley Malt Syrup and EDEN Sweet Sorghum are simple, traditionally made, versatile sweeteners that can be used much the same way as honey, maple syrup, and molasses in cooking and baking. They are ideal for rye, pumpernickel and wheat bread, gingerbread, baked goods, Boston baked beans, pecan pie, candied sweet potatoes, baked winter squash, sweet and sour sauces, barbeque sauce, caramel corn, and popcorn balls. They are also delicious drizzled on pancakes, waffles, cereal, muffins, biscuits, and other breakfast fare. They contain no additives of any kind and are kosher. Visit edenfoods.com for over 80 free recipes using EDEN Barley Malt Syrup and EDEN Sweet Sorghum. EDEN Sweet Sorghum is available exclusively at our web store www.edenfoods.com.

Eden Nori Krinkles

Special Offer

As a valued customer, receive 20% off EDEN barley malt and sorghum. Simply enter the coupon code “DEC2010” when prompted during checkout. Please extend this offer to friends and family.

Offer expires January 31, 2011.

Multi-Grain Waffles with Sweet Sorghum

Serves 8 |  Prep. Time 0:10 minutes |  Cook Time 0:20 minutes

Sorghum Waffles

• 1/2 cup EDEN Organic Rye Flakes
• 1/2 cup EDEN Organic Kamut Flakes
• 2/3 cup EDEN Organic Millet
• 1/2 cup organic unbleached white flour
• 1/4 teaspoon EDEN Sea Salt
• 2 teaspoons non-aluminum baking powder
• 3 Tablespoons EDEN Extra Virgin Olive Oil
• 1 Tablespoon EDEN Organic Apple Cider Vinegar
• 1 1/2 cup Edensoy Vanilla or EdenBlend
• 1 cup EDEN Organic Sweet Sorghum

Place the rye and kamut flakes in a blender or food processor and grind for 1 to 2 minutes until a coarse flour. Remove and place in a mixing bowl. Add the millet to the blender and grind about 4 to 5 minutes until flour. Add millet flour, unbleached white flour, sea salt and baking powder to the mixing bowl and mix thoroughly. In a separate bowl combine the oil, vinegar and Edensoy. Mix and let sit for 3 to 4 minutes. It will become thick like buttermilk. Add soy buttermilk to the dry ingredients and blend well. Heat a waffle iron and lightly oil. When hot reduce the temperature setting to low (1 - 3), add a ladle of batter in the waffle section, close the cover and cook until done, about 2 to 3 minutes or until the cover lifts without sticking. Remove the waffle and repeat.

Makes 8 six inch round waffles

Nutritional Info Per serving
Per serving: 289 Calories, 7g Fat (21% calories from fat), 4g Protein, 53g Carbohydrate, 3g Fiber, 0mg Cholesterol, 186mg Sodium

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