Sunday Sundries 18 and over

18: Old enough to make war & love

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“Shimmering mirage of subject and object.” These legal disclaimers, this kayfabe BIOS is designed to sort your status, to deny your autonomy, demark your place on the victim spectrum to assure you it’s not your fault, are a better mirror of our current cultural condition than the content of any self-help book.

I was invited to participate in a Power Bowl event containing 7 layers: Whole Grain / Legume / Cruciferous-vegetable / root-vegetable / sauce / herbs /roasted seeds nuts
“I used Shitake, not Oyster” What I wanted to share, from one mycophile to another, especially when your cooking for a mycophobe, is my mushroom sauce recipe: Mixed mushrooms (This time I use a pound of just shitake) baked in aluminum foil or Mixed mushrooms (This time I use a pound of just shitake) baked in aluminum foil or lidded container with tahini, a little extra salt (sometimes garlic cloves & EVOO), and bake @ 350-400 Fahrenheit for 40 minutes. Then put in a blender with miso (This time I used Hikari white miso) and a little water. Blend ‘til the right consistency. careful not to add too much miso! I think it may blow your mind:

The take away: It’ll always come back around again. To be continued…

Con/Jur/d 3/14/2021