I love to cook, share ideas and talk about food, but most of all I love to explore how creating a healthier relationship with food through using our inner felt sense to guide our choices, can have a profound effect on all our choices, and be a healing path. These are the chronicles of my new culinary excursions, armed with a keen sense of curiosity, an experimental nature and an open heart, and the latest addition to my kitchen, the spectacular Thermomix "Bimby".

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Thursday, April 15, 2010

So Many Recipes, So Little Time!

It's been "good and crazy" times in the Millar bubble, can I tell you!

Every day since my last post I've tried to get something up and published here, but it feels like I've been busier in the last three weeks than I have been in the last three years. As predicted the Thermomix has indeed changed my life, and definitely for the better. For a start my nocturnal lifestyle has been shifting and I'm getting up earlier in the day even though I may still stay up quite late some nights, like this one. The best time I find for writing is always in the wee hours when the energy is still so I'm fighting off sleep in order to get this posted. I've been missing being around here.

When I first started this blog I found myself spending the bulk of my spare time setting things up behind the scenes for it, and then of course, there was the writing itself. My first post resulted from a solid week's worth of time spent writing my many thoughts down about how inspired I was to be getting my Thermomix. It's a long post granted, but you should see how much material didn't make it in!

Then the Bimby arrived and I started setting up the Thermomix Melbourne Facebook page and my consultant training began. More time was spent adding content to that, then promoting it to people on Facebook and other blogs. I was trying to learn everything I needed to during training without falling asleep(as I'd usually turn up on only four hours sleep) and call around to book in demos in preparation for the time I would be getting out onto the road with the Thermomix.

In between I still had to make a living and had my yoga classes to teach, had to make sure I still played great at my Dj gigs, had to be in top form for when I would see my vibrational healing clients and then....actually try and make some things to eat in the Bimby in amongst it all.

Oh and not to forget, there was still the housework to do, social engagements to keep, quality time spent with my cat Lucy, connecting with people via email and social media and managing my Confessions of a Noospheric Chip blog and another Facebook group I created called Liz Millar's Vibrational Healing Page. I did use the Thermomix during those first couple of weeks with some success, but it was mostly for making green smoothies, some salads and practice dishes for the demos.

By this time I was getting pretty knackered and slightly frustrated. I decided I needed to take some time out from this blog and caught up on much-needed sleep, completed my training, and got cooking! Since then I've been making so many new things in the Bimby your eyes are going to pop when you see all the pics I have to show you. Here's an appetizer:

My first attempt at making the Hot Cross Buns around Easter from the recipe in the Everyday Cooking Book(EDC from now on) was so good, the following week I made them again, but this time, as Eye of Ra buns. I added an extra egg white by accident and they turned out even moister and more delicious than before. Plus I milled the whole cloves, nutmeg and cinammon in the TM bowl for them and the smell was out of this world! So much nicer than the stuff you get in packets or jars in the supermarket. Anyway, they're the best fruit buns I've ever tasted, I never would've attempted them without the Thermomix to do all the "heavy lifting" as I'm not the best at kneading and can't stand the mess it usually makes, and the response to these from all quarters has been amazing. One of my cousins in Perth actually just recieved a shipment of them from me because she saw the pics on Facebook and desperately asked me to send her some. Haha, she said she's giving me a review tomorrow.

 The Thermomix will do 500 kneads in about 90 seconds, which is the equivalent of 90 minutes in a breadmaker. This dough was ready in 3 minutes and the best bit - no kneading and no mess!

Once the dough is ready, all you need to do is weigh in the dried fruit and give it a quick mix for a few seconds and voila! the mixture is ready.

It needs to prove for 1 - 1 1/2 hrs then rolled into buns and once it has doubled in size.

The buns are piped with crosses (or eyes!) and baked for around 15-20 minutes.

Mmmm, fresh hot cross buns straight out of the oven and brushed with a glaze of sugar syrup.


I made some butter in the Bimby as well and when I sat down for afternoon tea that day the feeling that I got from knowing that I'd made everything on the table from scratch and that I was in complete control of what went into my food, was terrific. And by God it was YUMMY!!

Monday, March 29, 2010


In the immortal words of Christopher Robin above, I thought I should let you know that I have been rather BISY, but not to fret, I'll be BACKSON.

Although you may be forgiven for thinking that I've fallen into a hole in Greenland with no phone or electricity and disappeared, never to be found again. In the blogosphere, anything over a week between posts, is an age.

In my absence, I've been in Thermomix consultant training, snapping pics of my many Thermomix wonders like crazy, eating lots of scrummy things, trying to coax my video camera and laptop into talking to each other again after a rather hasty and uncalled-for disagreement(which they'd hidden from me til I confronted them), and spending rather a lot of time creating and managing this.

It's the brand spanking new Thermomix Melbourne facebook page. And it ROCKS!

In just over a week, we've had around 140 people join, some from as far away as the US, UK and France and.........Perth. It's been great to post my pics, recipes and links there and have discussions in real time with other Bimby devotees, so please check it out. It's been a complete labour of love but I know all the time spent has been worth it.

I created it for myself and my friends Jon and Adam, who I've been doing training with, so we could direct our facebook friends to it and promote ourselves for potential bookings, as well for any other Thermo consultants, owners, fans and anyone else who's curious about it to have a cool online meeting place. I love seeing how social networking sites can bring people from all over the world together, and foster all this digi-tribal gathering stuff. And I love empowering others just about more than anything else.

So for now, please check it out. I've got so many things to share here too. My head has been filled for days with all the posts I'm going to write. Thanks for all your interest. It means the world to me.


I promise!

P.S. I'm a huge Nouar fan, whose gastro-kitcsh inspired art always gets me. That's his artwork above. It's fabulous, isn't it?

Friday, March 19, 2010

Happy, Happy, Joy, Joy!

It's now been nearly a week of Bimby foodie perfection around at my place and I am thrilled to say, getting one of these was one of the best life decisions I've ever made.

I already know it ranks right up there with all the best things I've ever done...a list which is actually too long for this post but which includes my hatha yoga teacher training at Gita(I've been teaching since 1991), becoming a Dj and radio announcer, studying sound healing with Tom Kenyon, producing my Otherware show and blog, and having the courage to fully step into my starseed identity, once I got over the shock of remembering that I'm actually not from "here".

This was me, snapped just a few hours ago, having my breakfast in bed. It's a green smoothie of course! For me, there's no better way to start the day, especially when I can whip one up in about a minute in the Thermomix.

I tell you, it's a welcome change from my former method...first I would have to juice all my greens and some of the hard fruit like apples in my Angel juicer as my blender stick wasn't coping with the leaves and skins anymore, then I'd blend the softer fruit and green juice together with my hand-held blender. It would take at least 20 minutes to make it, and another 20 to clean everything up. Now my smoothies are ultra-smooth, thick and luscious, clean-up only takes a few seconds as the Bimby washes and dries itself and there's only the mixing bowl to worry about getting messy. What a huge relief, for one such as myself, who loves green smoothies like crazy. In the past I'd rarely get the time or energy to make one every single day, let alone other raw food snacks or meals. Now I can make as many as I like effortlessly, and never have to worry about whether I'm eating enough fruit or greens ever again!!

I was lucky enough to catch the organic grocer at the Prahran Market just before they closed yesterday and grabbed loads of fruit and veg including big bunches of leafy greens that I could almost feel vibrating with lifeforce in my hands when I picked them up.

This was what ended up in today's green glass of heaven(I rotate my greens and fruits each day), blended to a velvety, lush consistency by the Bimby in 60 seconds: Banana, apple, orange, flat-leaf parsley, rainbow chard(oh how I adore all those stunning pink, yellow, orange, green and purple colours on the stalks and leaves), water and some ice. It only took a minute on turbo, and I know I'm weird when I say that the green in my green smoothies always looks beautiful and delicious to me, but man, it was super-delish, all the fibre was intact, along with the living enzymes, anti-oxidants, amino acids, trace minerals and vitamins. Definitely food for superheros!!!!!

Sunday, March 14, 2010

3, 2, 1.....Go!

OH YES. I am now the proud new owner of a Thermomix, and now that it has taken pride of place in my kitchen - and tonight for the first time, made my dinner - I am even more in love with it than ever. It looks pretty impressive in its spot I might add. Life is good.

I was ecstatic when the call came a couple of days ago to let me know it was ready for pick-up, from the lovely lady Andrea who signed me up to become a consultant. My mind was in overdrive wondering what to make first.

When I arrived to collect it from her place, she took me through the functions and gave me some very handy tips(like how you could dry the inside of the mixing bowl after it washed itself, simply by putting a clean tea-towel into it, popping the blades on "reverse" and setting them to run on a low speed, hallelujah! I can't believe it dries itself too). And it's got a completely retractable power cord. Heavens, how clever. Oh yeah, and a "butterfly" attachment that makes things like whipping egg whites and cream a dream - tomorrow I'm going to make my own butter with it. Home-made butter. At my house! I am going to very easily get used to this.

On the way home, I made a quick detour at the supermarket and as my laptop was with me, jumped onto Facebook and updated my status in the carpark. In the most lady-like fashion I could muster in that moment, the words "Out of my freakin' skull with excitement right now. I just picked up my Bimby! Off to videotape myself going crazy as I unpack the boxes. arrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrhhhhhh (purrs madly)" suddenly filled the box at the top of my page.

As soon as I was back in my front door, I couldn't wait to unpack them, and as soon as my Bimby was out of its box, I dove straight in with nary a look at the cookbook that came with it. I needed to make my dinner, and I was pretty hungry so first up - dessert! Did I mention that I have a sweet tooth that would melt the scales of most other people? Thankfully I still have all my teeth. I settled on...a raspberry and lychee sorbet, inspired by a strawberry and lychee palate cleanser I had recently as part of a degustation menu at Left Bank, James Tan's great new place on Southbank Boulevard.

Into the mixing bowl, I threw in some ice, some frozen raspberries and lychees, an egg white and some agave nectar. Set the blades to high and less than a minute I was piling blushing, fluffy pink mounds of the stuff into glass parfait glasses. It was a hit. Perfect, instant euphoria in a glass. If only life was always this easy. Raw, vegetarian, gluten-free, fat-free and cane sugar-free happiness. Not bad for my first go.

Raspberry & Lychee Sorbet

200g ice cubes
120g frozen raspberries
120g frozen lychees, peeled
  80g agave nectar, in frozen cubes
    1   egg white

Add half the ice and all the other ingredients to the Thermomix bowl.
Turn speed up to 9 slowly, process for 10 seconds. Add the rest of the ice, blend for a few more seconds then use the tamper through the hole in the lid to move the mixture around and continue blending for another 10-15 seconds til it's light and fluffy. Serve in pretty parfait glasses and eat immediately.

Following that was a shitake mushroom and chicken risotto, and yes, it really did cook in 16 minutes, after first sauteeing the onion and rice for a couple of minutes. And instead of standing at the stove as I normally have to, I gleefully sat down on a comfy chair and checked to see who'd responded to my status on Facebook, because the first time ever, I didn't need to stir and add more stock to the rice every couple of minutes. I got some encouraging replies too. "I don't know what it is but I want one!", "So do I! Sounds too good!" and, "Everyone should have one, have fun picking 1st recipe".

When the timer went off to let me know the risotto was done, I gave some to Mum to try(she was hovering around as all of this was happening). "I'll just have a little", she said, but as soon as she had her first spoonful, she kept saying things like, "What have you put in here to make it so tasty?" and, "How long did this take?", and got me to reel off the list of ingredients. They were very simple - olive oil, onion, arborio rice, white wine, shitake mushrooms, cubed chicken breast pieces, chicken stock, salt and pepper, and a bit of grated parmesan(grated in the Bimby of course, before cooking the risotto), and flat-leaf parsley for some colour and movement. That's it! But it was absolutely wonderful, perfectly cooked and al dente, while being creamy and ever-so-slightly oozy. For that dish, I did refer to the cookbook for blade speeds and temperature guides, but it was just so darn easy, and I decided what flavours to put in. Then Mum asked for seconds.

I did manage to film myself in the heat of the moment when I first unpacked everything, and I'll try to get that video up as soon as possible. I'll put the risotto recipe up too when I can add the video, so please stand by. In the meantime, here's a rather blurry picture I managed to pose for in amongst it all that, that Mum took of me and my Bimby.

I love numbers and yesterday was a "1" day, if you are into numerology. I worked this out while driving home with the Bimby from Andrea's.
1+ 3 + 3 + 2 + 0 + 1 + 0 = 10 = "1", and I thought, "How perfect!"

More kitchen adventures comin' atcha soon.

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

The Adventure Begins...

Thank you and welcome to my online kitchen blog, A Starseed's Bimby Kitchen Adventures, where I can wax lyrical about my love of food, and the spectacular Thermomix Bimby, as uninhibitedly as I like.

I'm still waiting for my machine to be delivered, sometime this week, but I already have lots to say(...especially like this, in parentheses, so take note people, they are my most favoured form of punctuation, except maybe for, these...), so I apologize in advance for this lengthy first post. I've already chewed the ears off all my friends about it, so I figured a more appropriate, kinder(not to mention time-saving) approach might be to express my thoughts in writing, saving my conversations from being Bimby-dominated onslaughts, and allowing my friends and others to hear about all the details by directing them here.

This is the spot where I can also share tantalizing food photos, demo videos and recipes, and show you all the other culinary delights(and inevitable disasters) my "Bimby" and I are going to whip up together. But this blog is about so much more than that. It’s about documenting a whole new journey I’m standing at the threshold of, which is learning to experience food and my relationship to it in a new, much more intentional way. I know I'm not alone in my desire to do this. People everywhere are thinking more consciously about where their food is coming from and how it is being produced, and making healthier, more sustainable choices because it no longer feels right to do things the same old way. I'm taking things another step further and letting my food choices in each moment be guided by one of the most important navigation tools I have - my intuition, or as my friend Kyla puts it, my "felt sense", and I'm excited to be sharing this journey with you.

Now, forgive me if I start to sound slightly over-zealous, but if you want to see some irresistible foodie fodder such as watching how foods being prepared in this machine can come out perfectly in seconds, or how you can make an entire risotto from scratch in around 16 minutes(with no stirring), or how it will help make your own nutritious, additive-free, typically supermarket-bought items like butter, breads, preserves, soft cheeses, yoghurts, baby foods, ice-creams and sorbets, curds, custards, chocolates, breakfast cereals, sports bars, flours, real stock extracts, sauces like ketchup and mayonnaise, curry pastes, nut milks and nut butters, castor and icing sugar, even pet food(...it's pretty endless actually) at home, your arrival here could be the start of a beautiful thing.

As you can see, I've got a slight case of Bimby fever...I'm sure, once caught, it can make even the most stoic and reclusive of food-lovers into a customer evangelist in no time. Look at me for Pete's sake, after attending just one demo, perusing the website(and the many Thermomix fan blogs that have sprung up), and watching Thermo YouTube videos, I'm talking about it's many virtues like I've had one for years.

My first exposure to the “Bimby” began when I was chatting to a friend last year about how I was lusting after a Vitamix blender(I know, get a life, right!?). To put it into context, in the two years prior, I'd been really turned on by what I was learning(and tasting), from the burgeoning raw food movement, and I was doing my best to incorporate more raw, living foods into my diet. But, lacking the high-powered blender, dehydrator or even a decent food processor at home that many recipes require to get good results, I was feeling challenged.

The hardworking handheld blender I'd been using to make my green smoothies each day was quickly going from sharp to blunt from breaking down so much frozen fruit and ice, and the plastic s-blade gear that ran the small food processing bowl attachment, was also on it's last legs from all the nuts, seeds and hard vegetables I’d been routinely jamming into it.

This new, intensive style of food preparation was swiftly incapacitating my formerly good quality kitchen tools, but, this super-delicious and vibrantly alive "high raw" diet was having the exact opposite effect on my taste buds, inner glow, and my overall sense of peace and well-being. I felt elevated, lighter, and more purposeful when I could eat those foods more often, and it showed. So, I was on a mission to find a lasting solution for my ongoing blending and processing needs. Because yes, these were serious needs. I needed something to come along and save me soon. I needed it...like a plant needs it's roots. I needed it like a kiwi needs a fruit. And, I most definitely needed it...like the broadest bean needs something else on the plate, before it can participate, in what might be described as a decent meal.

Oh I know.....needs.

All the leading raw foodists seemed to have one of these super-duper Vitamix blenders, so I proceeded to do my own research to find out what made it the raw celeb's blender of choice, and the results were convincing. It was shortly after that, that I found myself in this conversation with a friend, where I proceeded to spend the next few minutes panting heavily, sorry, explaining in great detail, why I thought it was so good and how I had to have one.

After a pause, and with a Yoda-ish air of authority for dispensing such sanctified, esoteric information, she said knowingly, "Ah, yes....but have you heard about the Thermomix? It's even better." Her sister, an expert cook, had one in her kitchen and she'd raved about it to her all the time, plus my friend had sampled various dishes it had so effortlessly prepared at the many dinners she'd attended at her sister's place. Nuff said.

Curious, I went straight to Google to search out this mythic appliance(still not entirely convinced it existed). It did exist, and it was way better all-round, but especially in the looks department, sporting a surgical grade stainless steel bowl instead of a plastic jug. While we do know that the Vitamix goes like a little rocket and all, there is one thing about it that you can't not notice, particularly once you've seen a Bimby. The Vitamix blender is.....well, fugly.

Which means we're going to take a momentary detour.
We'll return to the story soon.

I don't wish to be unkind, but we are now well into the 21st century. 
The drab-looking, utilitarian box-like base reminds me of a cross between Blackboard's face from Mr Squiggle, whose features I can see grumpily looming in the controls on the front panel, crossed with what looks to me like, a vintage, army ambulance vehicle, from some war-torn locale in the former Eastern Bloc. Or, it could pass for an armoured police van from the early 80's. You choose.
Now look back up at the Vitamix again. Is that what appears to be
a gigantic, heavy-duty flashlight, pointing to the skies
and duct-taped to the roof of the van?

Talk me through it, Vitamix. I want to understand.

Yeah yeah I know, I probably would've bought one if I hadn't come across the Bimby first, but hey, I can and do choose to see past the surface of things and focus on appreciating the beauty and truth of what's hidden inside, all the time. Par for the course really. It's just nicer when I don't have to. Blame it on the Venusian in me.

Now back to the biznatch at hand.

Once I'd gotten online, and after a proper look at what the Thermomix was capable of, I started to feel all warm and fuzzy.

Why? Because this compact kitchen tour de force is like the over-achieving love child between the consummate, almost perpetually hungry "I'll try anything once" foodie, and the unrepentant, unremitting, frayed-nerved hypochondriac in me. It was clear from the outset, with this little ripper of a machine, I could easily produce restaurant-quality dishes within minutes that were so scrumptious and healing to eat I could instantly silence and amaze both of these over-active(and at times overbearing) sub-personalities at once. This was like an answer to my prayers!

Jolted into action by the sudden synaptic frenzy of activity in my brain, brought on by copious popcorn-like explosions occurring between my startled brain cells, I continued my search to learn everything I could about the Thermomix. As I did, an abundance of other life-affirming potentials represented by this machine began dawning on me. Having one of these, I thought, could literally Save My Life. In more ways than one.

Like many other people, I'd wanted to revamp my diet and take better care of my health for a long time, so I was prepared to invest in the right tools. Clearly, for my fussy needs, the Thermomix was the best thing out there. It's all-in-one design instantly knocked two out of my three raw wishlist items out of the way, and besides it's ability to chop, juice, prepare, grind, mill, pulverize, knead, stir, mince, grate, whip, crush and blend things to within an inch of their existence with great ease, it was packed with many other features.

Built to last a lifetime, it was designed in Germany and manufactured in France. It had a variable heating element and thermostat in the mixing bowl for cooking foods at different temperatures, starting at a lukewarm 37 degrees celsius - going up to 100C in the bowl and 120-140C in the steamer. With temperature control like this, I could finally attempt making things that called for precise low temps, and know that I'd be preserving more of the living enzymes and nutrients that get lost or destroyed when food is cooked at heats over 45C).

It had built-in scales and a timer, came with a multi-use strainer basket for jobs like cooking rice and juice extraction, had a large double steamer that niftily sat on top of the unit, came with a cleverly-designed tamper stick/spatula, and it even cleaned and sharpened itself. Plus, it was economical to run and kinder on the environment as it uses much less energy to operate compared to other appliances. Totally fabulous!

But what got me even more excited about it than all of that combined, was knowing that I'd found a device that could very well propel me out from the raw food sidelines I'd been slouching around in, and greatly assist in my quest to take greater charge of my life, and better care of my body, mind and spirit, starting with inspiring me to make better food choices that give rise to higher levels of nutrition. All my research into a raw food diet had shown me that while perfect health was achievable, and many had healed themselves of life-threatening conditions that way, if I was really honest about it, so was the potential to become more spiritually-aware and physically beautiful, and I definitely wanted that too.

It suddenly hit me. I had fallen head-over-heels in love. I even know the exact time and day it happened because at 2:35am on July 13, 2009, I formally announced it to the world in a tweet. It simply stated: "I've just converted my Vitamix obsession into a Thermomix obsession. Uh-oh."

No one tweeted back. Evidently, I'd gone crackers.

....And I was probably a just a hair away from being one of those people that can only fall in love and have sex with inanimate objects, like motorbikes, retro furniture, buildings, and European-made kitchen devices so groovy and underground no one had even heard of them.

In my defense, research has shown that only people with very low expectations usually do that.

A favourite Oscar Wilde quote of mine is, "My tastes are simple. I am always happy with the best." Objectum-Sexuality tendencies could not thrive much in those conditions.

So, getting back to my Tweet, maybe "obsession" is taking it a bit far, but now, just a few months later, here I am, waiting(no, salivating) with eager anticipation for my Thermomix Bimby to finally arrive. I have to admit, during the intervening months, I’ve thought about everything I would like to make in it a lot. No doubt, my frequent food fantasies have helped propel it in my direction sooner than I imagined. Remember this, your thoughts are things! So make them count people. Make them count.

This gratifying turn of events has additionally come about through a string of lovely synchronicities peppered with altruistic, kind-hearted gestures from some of the human angels in my life, and it's been hard not to notice the many significant shifts that have started occurring within me, coinciding with the Bimby's imminent arrival. It's like ever since I found out about it, and the closer it has come to being here, a new, very magical, supportive and motivating energy has been weaving it's way through my life, and it's been hard to ignore. There's a "right-ness" about how I feel this machine will fit in with me and my lifestyle, alongside the potential it has to help me transform my relationship with food(especially emotionally), but also in other areas of my life, where I've longed for lasting change.

You see, as it's so obvious that I just love it, I knew it would be good if I signed up with the company as a Thermomix demo consultant. The incentive is strong for people like me who are, clearly, passionate advocates for the product already and can't wait to own one, but who may not have all the resources to purchase one outright(a gadget packed with all those super features, it is priced accordingly, and I only work part-time). Through a serendipitous encounter late last year, I learned that I could earn one by doing demos, then more recently, my friends Jon and Adam bought one, and at at their delivery demo I found out how to sign up. The Force has definitely been with me…and so, just like that, in a few short days, my Bimby will be materializing before my eyes, and an exciting new career path is laid out before me.

I'm deeply grateful for what all this represents(funny how a kitchen appliance can represent so much!), and for being able to be sense the workings of angelic forces growing in strength around me, as they've helped coalesce subtle fields of energy in the larger system on my behalf, to help make this happen. Not to mention being thoroughly delighted and humbled to be a recipient of their grace.

I'll soon have a fabulous new tool in the kitchen that will make preparing fresher, more nutrient-dense, whole, unprocessed and living foods so much more inviting than before(with the occasional exception!), and I can't wait to experiment with new ingredients, tastes, textures, techniques and recipes to see what kind of diet and foods work best in my life. I've never done anything as consciously as this with food before, but I have a strong inner knowing that major transformation is at hand. It will be life-changing for me just to document my progress as I go alone, but with all this new awareness and zing I'll be bringing to how I am choosing to nourish my body with food, I sense it'll be amazing to see how that brings more awareness to my decisions when it comes to how I nourish myself in all other ways.

For an indeterminate amount time I'm going to live my life, as Buckminster Fuller did, as an experiment, and sincerely dedicate myself to discovering how I can attempt to design a tailor-made approach to diet, health and wellness that is perfect for me. I'm on a journey of discovery to find out which foods, supplements, wellness products, tools and techniques work best in my life. After spending most of my adult life learning and researching other people's methods and findings, this path makes so much more sense to me, and my very active felt inner knowings, than any other kind of approach to diet and health I've learned about or practiced before. 

We are all unique, and so is the path we each walk, so I know that some of what works for others may not work for me and vice-versa, but it's my hope and "felt sense" that maybe some of the things I learn and share will resonate with many others out there, and provide you with some food for thought and inspiration in your own kitchen. 

I am inviting you to periodically check in on my journey, as I playfully learn to tango my way towards creating a more harmonious relationship between the role food and diet play in my life, discuss their affects on my body and consciousness, and how that connects to how well I can train myself to be present in each moment, and allow my inner guidance to steer all the choices I make. 

Please come back again soon. I think this experiment will be fun to follow, stimulating and ultimately empowering....oh, and did I mention, mouth-watering?

Peace, love and...mung beans(well this is a food blog after all),

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