Following the bee fly around a Texas sage bush.
I’ve been reading Lee Carroll’s Kryon book, “The Recalibration of Humanity” which talks about how each person has their own unique dietary needs based on their akashic inheritance over many lifetimes.
I enjoy Indian food with it’s depth of flavorful, warming spices. I decided to try some ayurveda inspired recipes this week in an effort to stimulate my appetite and eat more healthfully. I love the fresh herbs in this recipe from The Ayurvedic Institute in New Mexico.
- Salad greens
- French lentils
- Rice vinegar
- Olive oil
- Sunflower oil
- Goat cheese
– Steam beet halves 20 min, cool, skin & chop then refrigerate.
– Soak 1/4 cup lentils overnight, rinse and simmer 20min in 1 cup water.
– Mix 1/4 cup chopped fennel, 2 Tbs dill, salt, pepper, 1 Tbs rice vinegar, 2 tsp olive oil.
– Saute 2 sm zucchini in chopped shallots, sunflower oil and rice vinegar.
– Mix lentils, fennel & zucchini and refrigerate.
– Saute quinoa in oil 2 min. Add 3/4 cup broth & simmer 12 min.
– Toss quinoa with 2 Tbs parsley, 1/2 tsp salt, 1/2 lemon’s juice, 1/4 tsp pepper.
– Blend avocado, 1 Tbs lime juice & zest, 1/2 cup olive oil, 2 Tbs rice vinegar, 1 Tbs parsley, 1 Tbs cilantro, salt and pepper.
– Toss greens with avocado dressing and layer lentils, quinoa, beets and a couple spoonfuls of goat cheese on top.
We grew this cactus from a borrowed arm and now it has an arm of its own that can be leant AND it’s first flower!
My baby is taller than me. They grow up so fast!
Watering the potted cactus on the front porch and I run into my buddy!
I dash for my camera- the mantis my captive subject. It always freaks me out how their pupils follow me. I have respect for this little creature but I also do NOT want to get landed on! Photo session complete, I decide to let my buddy alone.
I peek out on the porch a couple minutes later and the mantis is POOF- nowhere to be found. I run into him enough, that I know we’ll be seeing each other again soon.
Cicadas eyes are watching you. They see your every move!