A naturopathic doctor I was seeing gave me a link to this recipe:
I'd been on an "elimination diet" to find out what food(s) were so negatively affecting my body. On this diet one temporarily avoids all grains (except quinoa, amaranth, millet, and a couple other ancient varieties), all dairy, nuts, refined sugars, corn, chocolate, soy, eggs, citrus fruits, alcohol, and food additives of any kind. After two or three weeks, one food at a time from the "avoid" list is systematically added, or rather, bombarded (as in, eat that food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner) back in to your diet and you record you body's reactions for a day or two afterward.
Anyway, when I finally could bring back nuts and gluten free oats, she gave me this recipe and told me I was going to love it. She was right. I've been eating it every morning for breakfast for months.
Funny, a few people I've given a sample to have really liked it and valued it's healthiness. Others hae said something to the effect of "hmmm, tastes healthy." Oh well, some just aren't ready for this. But when, like me, you hadn't had any sugar or bread or even nuts! for weeks, this tastes very good!
Now for the recipe! It's called...
The Life-Changing Loaf of Bread, from My New Roots.
And you know what? I think that name is just about right. Pop a couple slices into the toaster.
Spread on some raw honey or jam or pesto, and let the life changing (diet-wise) begin.
Oh, and those little red things you see in my loaves are dried goji berries. Just throw anything in.