The last tiny bit of lentils was enough to make one bowl of soup when fluffed out with some fresh veggies. I was kind of tired and this was a great midday pick me up.
I made waffles for breakfast for Saturday morning and made these extra to go into the freezer. They'll make great quick breakfast items.
Sunday morning I found myself with some produce that needed using up. I had a lingering sweet potato, some lingering strawberries and a quarter of a bag of frozen chopped kale that I wanted to use up. I pulled out some of the produce I chopped last week and fluffed up the sweet potato to make a quick hash. Sliced the strawberries and quickly heated the kale. It made for a nice meal and didn't have any of that produce go to waste.
This isn't my prettiest loaf of bread, but it tastes great. Since my husband and I ground pastry wheat and white wheat yesterday I went ahead and made a loaf of bread. I had ground pinto beans a week or two ago and decided to experiment with that flour in bread. I used 2 cups of whole wheat flour, 1 cup of bread flour (my compromise for fluffiness so the whole family will eat the breads), and 1 cup of pinto bean flour with 2 tbsp. of ground flax seed. I think next time I will use smaller pans and make two loaves or I will try letting it rise longer to see if I can get a more uniform shape.