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Get Your Grain On

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Look who we’ve got our grains on now.
(No, it’s not Michael Jordan. And no, it’s not Jennifer Love Hewitt, either.)

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Katie is the baker, photographer, and author of the popular blog Chocolate-Covered Katie. Her favorite food is chocolate, and she believes in eating a balanced diet that includes dessert every single day. More about Katie—> 

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  1. shelby says:

    Faaabulous meals my friend.
    I’m loving the greenery 😉 But I should expect no less from you.

    Can’t wait for the yogurt!!!

  2. Krista says:

    It all looks tasty! Those square plates in your first pic look really cute under all that veggie-goodness!

  3. Kiki says:

    It took me the longest time to get the joke at the beginning of this post! I though hmmm is grains some fancy basketball term? Ha.

    Great meals! I love all the yummy ways you make veggies. Can’t wait for yogurt making!

  4. T says:

    I find myself thinking of your meals when I cook now, and trying to always add in a little something that I’m missing… a small salad, a handful of walnuts, a side of chutney… I just love the way you put things together!

  5. ttfn300 says:

    Yummy, love it!!

  6. DJ says:

    I’m SO waiting for your yogurt-making tutorial! And that kamut just looks so lovely and creamy!

  7. Cookiemouse says:

    Love those square plates!

  8. Heather McD (Heather Eats Almond Butter) says:

    I am so excited about the yogurt post, and can I just share my new love of SBL with you? I’ve been eating it everyday – almost as much as my almond butter. Now, that’s saying a lot! Thanks for tip.

  9. Kailey (SnackFace) says:

    I’m interested to see the yogurt-making post! Is this cheaper than buying yog? Taste better too? Gathering from your meals and posts, it will probably be both. And fabulous:)

  10. Laci says:

    Did you like the bckwheat, spelt or kamut? Sadly, I’ve probably only used one of the three, and that was spel for baking! 😉

  11. Maggie says:

    i love your grains 🙂 your meals are so pretty and balanced.

  12. luckytastebuds says:

    wow that is SO awesome that you lived in Shanghai as well! That’s very cool! I hope you liked living there. The food is rediculously cheap, but i can’t imagine how difficult it would be getting your protein there (apart from tofu) if you’re vegan. And geez, you should be a chef! 😀

  13. ConsiderEatz! says:

    Broiled spag squash!? Do you do this AFTER your bake it? Sounds intriguing, I need to know! 😉

    I agree on the Ketchup, bleghh!

  14. sweetandfit says:

    CCV! i must have some of those curried veggies!

  15. foodsthatfit says:

    I love the pretty flowers! Just good meal ideas!

  16. Erin says:

    Will you come be my cook?
    I love your meals! So much variety and deliciousness!

  17. whatawalnut says:

    Nice flowers in that last shot. Very classy! Totally loving all the grains, too.

  18. talieworld says:

    All the new grains sound so interesting! And all yours meals look delish! 🙂

    This might be a stupid question but could you please explain the reference in the beginning of the post? I’ve seriously been rereading it for like ten minutes and I still can’t get it!

  19. River says:

    Yogurt-Making 101! Bring it on!!

    Chopsticks are fun! Too bad they are a big hazard when in my hands. You are a true master of chopsticks!

  20. vegannurse says:

    you and your grains, katie!

    i always feel intimidated by all these different types of grains, but after seeing them on your blog makes me want to try em all.

    hope you’re having a good week, girl!

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