I’ve been quiet over here. I’v been immersing myself in the Mondo Beyondo experience and feeling a tad overwhelmed by my own dreams. It’s okay though. I feel I am growing. Trying to let go of unwanted baggage and opening myself up to the unknown. Scary, but at the same time very exciting. I am learning so much in this e-course, mostly about myself and how to manage my fears, my anxiety, my critical voice. It’s everything I expected and so much more.
I’m also reading my new books having a hard time focusing on much else. My cold house (my husband will laugh- he’s warm, I’m cold) is making me sluggish, slow to move. I think I inherited a cold gene. I just want to sit with a book and my layers and layers of clothes–not moving–which is exactly what I SHOULDn’t be doing. But, I’m keeping warm with my tea and some deeply warming soup. Here is the recipe in case you need some warming up too.
Handful of dried wild mushrooms (Trader Joe’s has a great mix)
3 garlic cloves, finely chopped,
1 inch of peeled ginger root
1 tbsp mellow yellow Miso
1 tbsp soy sauce or tamari
1 tsp onion powder
1 handful of baby spinach leaves
Bring 4 cups water to a boil, add everything except noodles and spinach. Turn heat down to simmer, add noodles. Simmer for 8-12 minutes testing noodles for doneness. Remove ginger piece and add one handful of spinach. Simmer for 1 more minute. Serve & enjoy.
YUM! I love miso soup!
That looks so good! Cold house: I’m with you on that one… My boyfriend is warm all the time, everyday, always. He still wears t-shirts and shorts at home and walks barefoot whereas I wear 3 layers of shirts/jumpers and woolen socks and sleep beneath 3 blankets. Plus we have underfloor heating in our living room! But no chance, I am cold. And I have a feeling that the rabbits are cold, too. And that is saying something =)
I gave up on turning the heat up. I did one day and Sebastian thought about taking his t-shirt off. That’s not normal, is it??
Thanks for sharing the soup recipe.
Looks really good. Have you ever
heard of O blood types needing to
eat meat? I was watching a naturopath
on TV and she mentioned that people
with A blood types can go vegetarian.
It is the oldest blood type. But the
O blood types need meat.
I am A and mostly eat vegetarian but I
have some of brothers who are O.
God Bless You and Yours!!!
YUM! That looks so, so good. I’m going to try and make this sometime this week. LOVE me some udon!
That looks so delicious. I had a craving for udon the other day, I might have to make a run to one of the local Asian markets. Thanks for sharing.