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Peas pop, mint makes it sharp, and the fennel adds fragrance.
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Experiment with soft root vegetables. Inspireded by Grover Stock of Iowa (founder of https://sustainablelivingcoalition.org).
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Experiment with poppy seed and saffron spice mixes. Refreshing cardamom and savory saffron meet dark, rich poppy seeds. Discovered by Michele Schulz of Alchemy of Tastes, Albuquerque, NM.
Soft, mushy yams pop out of their skins when baked or boiled. Peas add texture. Although not sour, sharp ginger brings a tang. I imagine eating this dish in a deep south country home within earshot of the garden (with the exception that fresh ginger...
The vital green, almost fluorescent, of ginger and fennel. Smooth coconut flakes, heavy, give softness to this spice combination. Works beautifully with Kale and dark leafies.
Cool mint, open mind (yang type). Soft, jelly-like bottle gourd grounds the root chakra (yin). Like having a clairvoyant moment during meditation on a water bed.
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