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Chunky Three Sisters Soup - Organic, Non-GMO, GlutenFree, Vegan, No Added Oils

Today is rainy and foggy.  We must eat a delicious, nurturing, nourishing, healthy hot soup to be revived!  I have innovated to create the following: Chunky Three Sisters Soup ... the Three Sisters are, of course, the hearty indigenous fruits of our North America: Corn , Squash and Beans .  I have also added in Tomato Sauce, Onions , and fragrant Brown Basmati Rice .  This recipe will serve 6 people, or 2 people, if it is spread over a couple of meals for my husband and I. Ingredients: 1 C. Brown Basmati Rice Water to cook Rice in (according to your rice-cooking directions on your package) 1 medium size Squash , your choice, split in half, and roasted in the oven 2 medium Yellow Onions , roughly chopped and toasted in oven with squash 14 oz/398 ml can of Organic Black Beans (or beans soaked and pre-cooked by you) 1 C. Organic Tomato-Basil Pasta Sauce (or 1 C. of your preferred Tomato Sauce) 1 C. Frozen or Fresh Organic Corn kernels 4-8 C.  Water or Vegetable Stock 1/2 tsp

Yummy 3-Ingredient Organic Breakfast Cookies

Organic Breakfast Cookies (rainbow effect thanks to a crystal on my kitchen window sill) You may already have come across these delicious breakfast cookies but thought: "hey, where's the good stuff? The sugar? The eggs? The fat?"  Well, the good stuff is all in the ingredients-- this is a whole food recipe which means we aren't using derivatives, we're using the real food, and it doesn't need to be gussied up with animal products to have incredible mouth appeal (that is what fatty, sugary, salty, custard-y textures and tastes contribute).  So, I say, try 'em and if you're disappointed, well, add some of the other ingredients... Orange Day Shirt, Every Child Matters T-Shirt, Awareness for Indigenous, Orange Day Gift, Indigenous Education, Kindness and Equality,  September COOKIE INGREDIENTS (all organic and non-GMO) 3 well-mashed Bananas 1 C. Old-Fashioned Oat Flakes 1/4 C. Chia Seed Gel You can go with these 3-- pretty delicious by a

Make Your Own Seed Mats (for Tiny Seeds)

This year I am excited to be trying a new technique (or me) for carrot planting... I am going to make my own seeding mats ! Have you ever planted carrots and either been overwhelmed by all the seeds that burst through in one spot, making it difficult to thin them without pulling up too many, or just feeling how wasteful it is to be aborting all those potential wonderful carrots? PLANTING CARROT SEEDS IS THE HARDEST PART OF GROWING CARROTS Carrot seeds are teeny-tiny.  It is difficult to see them when you plant and because they are so light you will sometimes find them flying about willy-nilly.  Here are some methods you can use to lessen these frustrations: Buy " pelleted seeds "-- these are various tiny seeds with a clay coating that make them easier to see and work with.  The coating needs to be kept moist during the planting process and eventually falls away.  They are fairly pricey ($6+ for 100 seeds).  Order HERE . Buy Seed Mats or strips.  T