One mainstay I keep handy in the fridge is batter for making gravy and also for pancakes.
I first mill organic grains like rye, millet, buckwheat, barley, steel-cut oats, organic wheat berries and even some rice all combined together. I put the fresh-ground flour in a mason jar, add enough water for right batter consistency, some yogurt for active cultures, and a couple teaspoons of sea salt. I sometimes add herbs or curry to make it into a savory pancake. You can then top your pancake with fresh raw cream or use natural syrup like molasses or real maple. The red around the edges of the pancake are from red palm oil. Red palm oil is a great oil to use for cooking due to stable fats and also provides a good source of beta carotene which can be converted to vitamin A in the body. I use multiple oils when I cook, including butter, coconut oil, and home-rendered locally pasture-raised pork lard or beef suet or tallows. These oils provide heart-healthy stearic and palmitic acids along with many other important fats.
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