Late summer Chia pudding

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It is black berry season! Go for a walk, enjoy fresh air and fill your containers with brain booster berries 🙂

 

3 tbsp coconut milk and 1 tbsp water

1 tbsp chia seeds

A handfull black berries

Cardamon powder

A piece of fresh ginger

1 tsp Date butter or more (pack a jar with dates, top with water and soak overnight. Blend until it turns into a smooth paste. Save in the fridge)

1 tsp lemon juice

 

Soak chia seeds in coconut milk and water overnight.

In the morning Blend all ingredients together.

 

Vrkasana – Become a Tree

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Its roots are deeply grounded,

attend the feast offered by Earth.

Its branches reach for the sky.

The trunk is

strong,

proud,

with circles of life.

Its leaves are life-giving,

bring hope,

offer a place to hide.

Until

they fall,

leave the tree bare

as if dead

But making room

for new life,

new potentials.

Homemade bread with Homemade Jam and Homemade Parsley Pesto – Don’t Worry it’s Easy:)

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Blackberry Jam

For the jam, I placed the rest of the blackberries from this year’s harvest (2 handfuls) in a casserole with a bit of water in the bottom.

I sprinkled the berries with vanilla sugar, grated ginger and grated orange zest. taste how much vanilla, zest and ginger you like.

Boil about 5 minutes.

let it cool. keep it in your fridge for about a week.

Parsley Pesto

  • Parsley to fill your food processor
  • Freshly squeezed orange juice (½ a orange)
  • A handful pumpkin seeds
  • A quality oil
  • Salt and pepper

Start by blending the seeds until they become like flour. add the remaining ingredients in amounts that please your taste buds, and add oil to you reach the consistency you like.

Store in your fridge