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Vegan rice paper rolls - my delicious dinner!
- rice paper rolls
- grated carrot
- iceberg lettuce
- sprouts (of choice)
- green beans
- soy sauce
- kecap manis
- chili sauce
- sesame seed oil (not pictured, and optional)
1) Prepare rice paper rolls as instructed on packet (i had to wet mine and leave them for a few minutes to soften)
2) Make a row of ingredients at the top of the roll and fold the top part of the paper over them. Fold in the sides and roll it up. Repeat for however many rolls you desire!
3) Combine kecap manis, soy sauce, and sweet chili sauce to taste in a small bowl for dipping. Add the sesame seed oil for extra flavor.
Veggie Egg Noodles: Stir-fried mie noodles with kale, cabbage, onion, leek, red pepper, green pepper and egg.
Summer rolls: Rice paper rolls with apple, kiwi, strawberry jam, banana and molasses.
Veggie Egg Noodles
Total fat: 17.4g, saturated fat: 2.7g
Total fat: 0.5, saturated fat: 0
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“Heal the soil and heal yourself. Heal the Earth and heal the body which comes from the Earth and which was born, which was created from the Earth with the natural interdependence of the life which springs from it… The attitude of mankind has developed over these last few periods or centuries to a tendency within the individuals to think of the soil as dirt or dirty. What a symptom of man’s losing of his relationship of appreciation with the Earth…Begin to become in harmony with life, the soul and the Earth. Oh, you’ve yet to sufficiently appreciate the ability of the Earth to protect those in harmony with her, and if each could learn that lesson, those wherever they are about the face of the Earth, those even in zones which are so subject to violence of the Earth Changes, those who build a sufficient symbiotic relationship with the Earth on which they live, that they heal Her are protected by Her, even in Her times of disruption that are the results of the scarring of the introduction of diseases to Her skin, and Her surface and Her systems, yet Her own immune system protects itself and those who participate in the building of it and even in the most dramatic times of change, which are fast approaching.
Then make your life and your harmony with the Earth, such that you become sufficient on your land, that you build a harmony with that and an ability to live on that which you produce. Become less dependent upon ecomomic systems that reach out beyond your relationship with the land, but let yourself form a harmony with it that gives you an independence from the artifical systems out there, and so be prepared in your relationship to survive those times when others have suffered from their dependence upon taking all things, food and shelter and clothing and economic exchange from beyond that place upon which they live. Those who live in harmony find themselves not so subject to the difficulties of those changes which cut off the people who have no relaonship with their soil and no participation in provision for the survivial of their own lives because of a direct relationship with the harmony of the Earth. That is the most protection that anyone can have. Those who form healing relationships with their envionrment are protected by it, and are lifted up, as others are cut off and subjected to the upcoming Earth changes. This is the best that you can do, the highest, the most healing and most protective of self and family.”
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