Good granola is like a party in a bowl. Bad granola? It’s closer to cardboard.
In Thailand, I learned to make my own granola—the type that qualifies for the “party in a bowl” description. Not that granola is a Thai thing. I just happened to have some missionary friends who were great at making the very best granola—far better than any store-bought version I’ve ever had—so I learned from them.
Since then, I had learned that I am gluten-intolerant, so making my own favorite breakfast food became a necessity. Why? (more…)