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Squash Soup Recipe

By Jane Sherry on Dec 19, 2019

Now that the weather is cooler, warm yourself with a winter squash soup. Make an easy nutritious Squash Soup. This recipe is good with either summer or winter squash, with Vegetarian, Vegan and Sattvic variations.
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Category: Jane's Garden Report
Tags: ayurveda, foods for healing, herbs, recipes

Vegetarian Thanksgiving: Indian Spiced Chick Peas on Quinoa with Holy Basil, Brussels Sprouts in Ghee with Maple Syrup and Toasted Walnuts, Creamed Red Swiss Chard, Jicama, Fennel and Apple Salad

By Jane Sherry on Dec 11, 2019

This Veggie Plate Features a Stunning Spice Medley: Black Mustard Seed, Cumin Seed, Asofoetida, Ajowain, Anise Seed, Curry Powder, Star Anise Seed, Cinnamon Stick, whole Nutmeg create a delicious homemade Curry mix!
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Category: Jane's Garden Report
Tags: foods for healing, recipes

Taurus Full Moon, Scorpio Solar Festival, November 2019 Cosmic Weather Forecast

By Curtis Lang with Jane Sherry on Nov 12, 2019

Sexy. Spooky. Spiritual. Scary. It's Scorpio season once again! Plus we have a magical Taurus Full Moon trine powerful, mysterious Pluto in Capricorn. Prepare for startling revelations of closely held secrets of the global elite, reject propagandistic astral glamours, compost decaying karmic patterns of behavior, and elevate your consciousness by piercing the veil of egotism with the Eagle Eye of the Scorpionic Adept!
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Category: Cosmic Weather Forecast
Tags: astrological forecasts, Capricorn Stellium 2020, climate change, crisis of human civilization, environmental crisis/solutions, geopolitics, native american wisdom, new science, poetry, recipes, romantic love, sacred geometry, tarot/kabbalah, unity consciousness, US politics

Fall Chopped Salad with Walnut Miso Sherry Vinaigrette

By Jane Sherry on Nov 11, 2019

Jicama is an overlooked star of the salad universe. Jicama has a reputation as a great dieter’s food and has a real satisfying crunch. Not only is it a low calorie vegetable but it’s one which really satisfies hunger cravings.
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Category: Jane's Garden Report
Tags: organic farming/gardening, recipes

Lactofermentation, Putrefaction and Scorpionic Transformation

By Curtis Lang on Oct 23, 2019

The lactofermentation of sauerkraut takes place at the time of the Scorpio Solar Festival and the Taurus Full Moon, a moment of alchemical transformation, when mysterious psychic forces begin to percolate through the psyche of every human being.
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Category: Cosmic Weather Forecast
Tags: alchemy, anthroposophy, archangel michael, ascension practices, autumn equinox, devas, elementals and nature spirits, organic farming/gardening, recipes, samhain, subtle energy, wise woman ways

Aries Full Moon, Libra Solar Festival October 2019 Cosmic Weather Forecast

By Curtis Lang with Jane Sherry on Oct 11, 2019

This Full Moon week a Cardinal T-Square pits the Sun-Moon Libra-Aries axis against the Pluto-Saturn conjunction in Capricorn. That indicates existential crises demanding long-term planning and comprehensive changes to our social structures and individual lifestyles to prevent short to medium term catastrophes and insure long-term survival for our civilization and for ourselves.
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Category: Cosmic Weather Forecast
Tags: astrological forecasts, Capricorn Stellium 2020, crisis of human civilization, environmental crisis/solutions, geopolitics, global financial crisis, global news, pagan, recipes, wicca

Happy Halloween, Samhain and Diwali

By Curtis Lang with Jane Sherry on Oct 9, 2019

Pagan, earth-centered religions see the Divine manifest in Nature and all of Creation, believe in the concept of immanence (the Goddess/God within), believe in the spirit which resides in all things seen and unseen and in unending cycles of birth, growth, death and renewal.
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Category: Cosmic Weather Forecast
Tags: cross-quarter-days, diwali, foods for healing, great goddess, halloween, recipes, samhain, wicca

Sauerkraut and Fermented Vegetables

By Betsy Cashen, RD on Oct 9, 2019

Here is a time tested recipe for natural lacto-fermentation of vegetables, the classic cabbage saurkraut, carrots & beets.
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Category: Food
Tags: foods for healing, recipes

Main Course Grain Salad Recipe

By Rebecca Wood on Oct 18, 2016

Here's a grain salad formula that invites improvisation to create an endless variety of satisfying one-dish meals that also pack well for lunch.
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Category: Food
Tags: recipes

Summer Quinoa Salad with Vegetables served with Tomato, Peach & Corn Relish

By Jane Sherry on Aug 5, 2016

This main course grain & vegetable 'salad' has been the hit dish of this summer season in our household for home or pot luck meals. The cooked quinoa, mixed with roast potatoes or tofu along with the freshest just cooked green vegetables from the farmer's market, lightly seasoned with the tastes of summer, make this dish not only easy to prepare but delicious to eat & filled with protein for someone on a vegetarian diet!
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Category: Jane's Garden Report
Tags: recipes

Cook Without Recipes

By Rebecca Wood on Jul 22, 2016

Learn how to cook simple, delicious & nourishing food without much fuss from our favorite nutritionist, Rebecca Wood.
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Category: Food
Tags: recipes

Yummy Quick & Easy Zucchini Soup

By Jane Sherry on Apr 2, 2016

Summer time staple!! Zucchini Soup, nourishing, fast, simple & one way to use up that preponderance of Zucchinis!
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Category: Jane's Garden Report
Tags: recipes

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