Yummy Wakame Weblog
From The Hip Chicks Guide to Macrobiotics by Jessica Porter
- 2 Cups of onions sliced in thin half moons
- 1 Cup of Wakame, Soaked and sliced into 2 inch pieces – SAVE the Water.
- 2 TBS of sesame tahini – I like the toasted but either works
- 1 tsp of shoyu (soy sauce) or we use tamari
- ½ small buttercup or butternut squash – or whatever winter squash you favor.
Preheat over 350. Place onion in a saucepan with small amount of wakame water. Bring to boil, cover and simmer for 5 minutes
Remove and place in a small casserole dish. Mix wakame with onion. Dilute tahini with ½ cup of wakame water and shoyu. Mix this in with onion and wakame.
Smooth mixture evenly in dish, and layer squash over the top until covered. Cover and bake for 30 minutes. Remove cover and bake an additional 10-15 min.
To remove excess liquid and slightly brown the top.
I had noticed, though not paid much attention to this new fashion trend for women — no longer being pressured to look thin, but to have perfect cyborg bodies as if they were top athletes. Except that they’re not. To me its just another form of INTENSE pressure and control directed at women by the media and even fostered and encouraged by other women who do it, under the guise that “I will become more physically powerful and sexually appealing”. (more…)
I’ve found this, over time, to be incredibly accurate.
“Skin inflammation like acne or redness can be reflective of your internal health. Use this face mapping method to decode what may be going on inside your body.”
It’s the perfect time of year for healing yogi tea, made from scratch following the traditional ancient Ayeurvedic recipe. I love drinking it to wind down after yoga, or to just find a still center before bedtime. I can’t get the ingredients out here on the island, so please make it and enjoy.
Ancient recipe’s are kept alive by sharing :)
This is our temporary kitchen setup. Its such a cute little shack but its going to be torn down once the big one is complete so I wanted to capture it for posterity.
These are amazingly tasty and spicy veggie burgers that the top supermarket brands just dont come close to. I just found Danny’s recipe in the RV. here you go: (more…)
I have such a bad case of Spring fever. I can’t wait to get my fingers all muddy and grubby planting and harvesting a gorgeous heirloom garden. Here are some extra special rare herbs, fruit and veggie items I found on Etsy in case your mouth is watering for the same… (more…)
Had to double check the date on the computer wasn’t April 1st before reading further than this… it smacks of too good to be true though its definitely worth trying out!
“The body can get as much benefit from a short but intensive bursts of exercise lasting ten minutes than it can from ten hours of moderate training. The technique not only takes less time but also involves much less physical effort.” more…
Reminds me a lot of Tim Ferris’s system -
From Geek to Freak: How I gained 34lbs of muscle in 4 weeks.
“The body is precious. It is our vehicle for awakening. Treat it with care.”
I really love this quote! I stumbled on it while looking for a talented Thai Yoga Massage therapist in Boulder.
I just realised right now, after reading this how much I love my body. Finally. It’s not perfect by any stretch of the media’s imagination, but its mine, it’s taken me all over the world, its allowed me to embrace some truly incredible human beings and it allows me the full range of intense sensations that make me feel like I’m burning with life all the time. It took me a long time to get to this point of loving my outer shell, even liking it. For 10 years, after a disturbance during my teens, I felt completely disconnected from it, most places I lived I didn’t even own a mirror, and when I did see my reflection by accident, like washing my hands at a restaurant, it always surprised me that I had some sort of form… my face particularly was odd to look at… I remember peering at it sometimes shyly like I was embarrassed to stare at someone else, I didn’t expect it to look the way it does… “who’s eyes are those? Who is that? It doesn’t even look like me.” It didn’t feel like me to even have a face. I always felt floaty, like a big ball of spirit not confined to a skin, not wanting to be in a skin at all… (more…)
While increased sizes haven’t been the sole contributor to our obesity epidemic, large quantities of cheap food have distorted our perceptions of what a typical meal is supposed to look like. These portion comparisons, adapted from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute’s (NHLBI) Portion Distortion Quiz, give a visual representation of what sizes used to be compared to what they are today.
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