I wanted to share the recipe with you, both so that you can make it and so that I have a readily accessible copy. This is essentially a loose recreation of something I put together several years ago while studying ethnobotany and living in UKC's student housing.
So, today I thought we might do something a touch random and a bit lighter than some posts have been. Basically, I was mixing six bags of soil with additives and we've one wheelbarrow.
A warning if your computer tends to lag: This post has a good number of photos so as to illustrate the baking process. I tried to minimize how many were included, but there's still quite a few. PSA over, now, on with the show.
Oats, as I've said in previous posts, are a hearty foodstuff that is often eaten as part of muesli, granola, or as hot cereal. This switches things up a bit, combining the nutrient-dense properties inherent in oats with the oils and energy in peanuts (especially as in this example, we're using crunchy peanut butter, allowing whole nut pieces to be present), dense nutrients of flax, and the brain-boosting, nutrient-rich properties of dark chocolate. And the whole thing can easily be made vegan and gluten-free... (read more)