Love this idea, mostly because fresh herbs are crazy expensive and I never use them all up before they go bad: chop up your herbs and stick them into an ice cube tray, then cover with olive oil and freeze.
Toss a cube or two into your pan whenever you’re in need, and presto: fresh herbs, all winter long.
Seed of Life
This sacred geometry is the center of the larger Flower of Life, a sacred blueprint of all Creation. The pattern is also repeated in the Kabalistic Tree of Life and appears in most all early religious traditions in the Middle East. Used in religious art, it often represents the all-seeing eyes of God. The overlapping circles represent the omniscience of Creation honoring the infinite connections of all life circles, nurturing diversity. As a spiritual practice, use the Seed of Life to hold a morphogenic field of acceptance for all beings, all cultures, all beliefs, realizing that all circles rotate through the center of creation, and thus establishing the holiness of all orientations. In a larger context, the Seed of Life resonates tolerance and infinite source energy for all beings. Placed on water, the Seed of LIfe will be a silent reminder of your place in the web of creation.
Waiiiit! Stop scrolling it’s not what you THINK it is! :D
Watermelon Lime Sorbet Slices! (tutorial/recipe)
beetlebung farm by photographer gabriela herman
I now know the meaning of food-gasms
Yay! Vegetarian tea sandwiches! Pixie tangerine & sesame seeds. Gouda & tomato & dill. Strawberry & mint flakes. Cucumber & clover sprouts.