Here's to a good Friday on this lovely Good Friday. I believe we can stay on our healthy life plan and celebrate the holiday with our friends and family. Holidays can be one of the triggers to keep us stuck in our old way of thinking and being.
|A view of our backyard garden.|
|Another view of our backyard garden.|
Lessons from The Quintessence of Living.
Simple Raw and Natural refers to your way of living as a philosophy. We are not trying to sound intellectual, because we are not talking about philosophical theories that are taught at university. We are talking about a philosophy of living that is needed to help you get along in the world and to make your life have value.
A philosophy of living is not mysterious or something remote from your everyday life. Everyone must have a reason for living...a philosophy of living...if they want to live the best possible life. Your philosophy helps you set your boundaries and plan how you are to navigate through life. Without it, you will tossed to and fro with every competing idea that presents itself.
A philosophy of living is a set of principles which will help you journey through life. The results you get will be determined by what those principles are and how you apply them. Natural Hygiene has established and proven principles of living that are worthy of your consideration. They can help you make your life more worthwhile while addressing the question of the cause of your diseases and the recovery from those diseases.
|Lively Kombucha from The Superior Bath House Brewery in Hot Springs.|
Food Prep for the Day:
I made chia crackers for the dehydrator.
2 cups chia seeds
9 cups water
Rosemary to taste
1 lemon, juiced
Put all together into a mixing bowl. Stir or whisk together and then let sit for ten minutes or more until the chia seeds absorb much of the water.
Pour onto Teflex sheets and dehydrate at 110 degrees for at least two hours.
Flip the crackers onto a tray without a Teflex sheet and dehydrate a few more hours until crispy.
I dehydrated mine overnight.
Green Smoothie for 1: Herbs from the garden including purslaine and dandelion, 1 banana, 1/8 papaya, 1/8 pineapple, 1/2 cup frozen wild blueberries, 1/2 cup frozen mixed fruit, water)
Salad for dinner: spring mix, cucumber, tomato, onion, olives, Bubbies pickle
Steamed some Irish potatoes and heated up a can of organic garbanzo beans.
Lunch: Green smoothie; 1 grapefruit; 1 Pink Lady apple with raw almond butter; almonds
Dinner: Salad; raw vegan sauce I made the day before; sauerkraut; kombucha; dehydrated crackers left from raw foods last month; potatoes; garbanzo beans
|My new coconut tool. As soon as I get to the store to get fresh coconut, I will be trying this out.|
To health and happiness.