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Introduction

Don’t tell me anything,

Until you’ve told me Everything.

Don’t ask me to explain it,

The Mysteries are made to be Discovered.

Foodies! Gluten-Free StoveTop FlatBreads

So if you’re going gluten-free like I am (or mostly, anyway), then you may like this.

I found a base for stove-top flatbreads and pancakes that I’m now making almost daily.  They whip up in 5 min each side. They also help support metabolic stability by including proper nutrient-dense fat-fiber-salt-protein balance and resistant starches.  I Love that finally I have a GF bread-pancake-cookie base that keeps my blood sugar steady.

Hope you find this useful!

Sharing my joy and love ❤

M

Gluten-Free Flat Bread Combos

Base – 50-50% dry to wet batter
Wet = full-cream coconut milk (canned, not the liquidy boxed stuff – BPA-free cans)
Dry = flour of choice (see options I’ve tested and love, below)

These can be made savory or sweet. For savory, add spices or garlic with salt. For sweet, add vanilla extract and cinnamon and maple syrup or raw honey or eurithritol. They can also be made more spongey by adding binder (ex: egg or xanthan gum or flax-seed-hot-water binder).

Just maintain the 50-50 ratio. Ex: If you add in an egg or maple syrup, be sure to add in the same amount of whatever dry ingredient you used.

DIRECTIONS: Mix batter (see options below). Pour a thin pancake into a hot ghee-buttered ceramic/nonstick pan, cook approx 5min each side on medium to medium-high heat on the stovetop (cook until both sides are dry and center is almost or fully cooked through).

BATTER OPTIONS:

TEFF Flat Bread 50/50
1 part Teff flour (available at Ethiopian places or online)
1 part coconut milk
salt

ARROWROOT Flat Bread 50/50

1 part arrowroot
1/2 part hemp seeds
1/4 part chia seeds
1/4 part coconut flour
2 parts full fat coconut milk
salt

BUCKWHEAT Flat Bread 50/50

1 part ground whole buckwheat grouts
1 part full fat coconut milk
salt

KUDZU MAKA Flat Brad 50/50

1 part ground whole Buckwheat grouts
1 part ground flax seeds
1/2 part ground kudzu root
1/2 part ground black rice
1/4 part maca root flour
1/4 part coconut flour
3 1/2 parts full fat coconut milk
salt

 

Big Changes – an Update

Hi 🙂  How are you?

Well, I’ve not posted in a long time, and there was a gap between my last post and the ones prior.

In short, there are big changes afoot, and nothing has seemed post-worthy to me in a long time.

What changed?  Why, thank you for asking!

In short (again?), I spent 20 years of my life trying to contribute to the evolution of consciousness.  “Let’s change the world for the better!” said my eternally optimistic idealist.

Then something shifted in me.

I realized that Great Order revels in Experience, and in that, All colors of the rainbow are going to manifest and express themselves.  Trying to change the world is like trying to force the whole rainbow to get yellow instead of being what it is.

Suddenly, there’s nowhere to go.  Nothing needs to be ‘fixed’ or ‘changed’.  Evolution Is.  Great Order, Is.

“What about dying babies and mass murderers,” you ask, aghast?  Sure.  What about Corporate abuses of power, Political corruption, human corruption for that matter?  What about Nibiru and the coming Ice Age and devastating freak weather threatening our crops, our food production and our very survival?  What about that awful Rap music?!!

*sigh*  Do what you need to do, until you can’t do it anymore.  If you need to resist gays, or Republicans, or Liberals, or fear of death or whatever, then you haven’t yet learned that what you resist persists.  That’s ok.  Keep doing what you need to do until you can’t do it anymore.

Me, I’ve realized that the Face of Love (God, Source, Emergence) has universal core values under every Creation, and I’m more interested in seeing how Emergence chooses to Express Herself/Myself and to grok the underlying core value (and support That, which obsoletes distorted expressions) than to push against things in the ever re-cycling “revolution” attitude where the oppressed become the new oppressors.

Yes, it’s true that not all of Creation is Life Serving.  Yes, it’s true that I still tend toward Life Serving choices for the most part.

But I also see that nothing is universally “right” or “wrong” – even water can kill you in certain contexts.  I do what I can to interrupt “should-ing on” myself or others, and look instead to support the Core Values.  In those Expressions of Self I see only Love.  Sometimes, Life makes Love As War.  It just Is.

So instead of should-ing or pushing against it, I now see all of Great Order in terms of Her vibrationally opposing sine waves, antinodes and nodal points.  Nothing is fixed, everything is in motion, evolving, being magnitized toward its resolution (nodal point) or into more vivid Autonomy and Experiencing and Self-Expression and Uniqueness (anti-nodes).

We don’t have to push the river to get it to bend a certain way – the river will find her own resolution.

Does that mean I sit on the couch all day and eat BonBons?  No, I knit.  Ha just kidding.  No, I’m not advocating non-action.  Chop Wood / Carry Water still applies.  My 3D aspect still earns income to direct 3rd Dimensional energy as I wish.  I still actively engage my 4th Dimensional and Long Body growth / evolution.  I still act, when needed, in protective use of force if that is called for.  If I’m cornered I still pull out Kali to Kick Ass.  I still create when I am moved to create.

However, I also don’t add to the ambient noise of human activity just because my immature shadow-aspects have a knee-jerk reaction to spit forth.  I’m more aware of the ambient field, the scattered noise, the distortions, and the reality that all Expressions are inherently full of Distortion (points away from the nodal point, looking for resolution).

So now my choices are coming out of a different Being.

Thank goodness.  It’s way less stressful here.

And if this doesn’t make sense to you, that’s ok.

So yeah. That’s where I’m at.

😉

– Maya


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