Nut Free Muesli Bars

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I posted a biscuit variation of these nut free bars on my Instagram page a few weeks back. You can find the recipe over on my friend’s blog Love Mamas. Vic is a hugely inspiring mother and friend and dedicates her time to helping out other mothers through her fabulous post natal care and post natal doula services here in Wellington. Not long after having Ira 6 months ago I was fortunate enough to be given a beautiful meal from Vic. In addition to being generally awesome, she is also an incredible cook. How lucky am I to have her in my life! Hop on over to her blog for the recipe.

Here is a photo of my biscuit variation using quinoa flakes instead of oats, 90% chocolate instead of raisins, and sesame seeds instead of pumpkin seeds!

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  1. Hi, I’ve been trying to start a sourdough starter for 3 weeks…..I am now onto my 4th try and that looks like it’s failing too. I have followed the directions of a guy who is a sourdough whizz from the states……feeding at the right times….weighing everything, keeping it warm, using organic rye, wholemeal and sourdough. I tried a rye and wholemeal darter and a organic stoneground white and a rye…..none of them have worked. Where am I going wrong!!!!!! Libby Moon

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    • How frustrating! I’m sorry to hear you have had so many flops. What water source are you using? The water source is often the main culprit for a failed starter. Also, some kitchen carry more contaminants in the air than others. Try storing it in a different part of the house until it is well established. What is happening with it? Do you get bubbles and rise eventually? Do you get mold growth? If so, what colour? What does it smell like? Has it gone sour or stayed non-sour?

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