Common Misunderstandings

What I’m discovering now is that worries and unwanted habits come from simple misunderstandings of how life and our human experience works. Those simple misunderstandings are: 1) I’m lacking something I don’t have; and 2) outside circumstances create how I feel.  We talk all about this subject in the video below:

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Garden Corn with Umeboshi Paste

Today’s recipe is all about fresh corn from the garden. You can enjoy it more than ever by spreading on Umeboshi Paste. Umeboshi Paste, available in health food stores, may seem pricey but lasts for months. It’s also known to help keep colds and flus away, so it’s yummy and has good health benefits.

To Your Amazing Health,

Connie

Corn Topped With Umeboshi Paste

Corn From The Garden

Shuck corn and place in 1/4 inch of water. Bring to a boil and cook for 2 to 3 minutes. Turn corn so both sides become a deep yellow color.

Using a spreader, coat corn sparingly with Umeboshi paste.  This creates the most delicious taste with the corn and has few calories.

Umeboshi Paste

This paste will be available at your local health food store. It is made from plums and sea salt and is very salty in taste. Umeboshi is a great food product to help ward off flus and colds.

2 thoughts on “Common Misunderstandings

  1. Hey you two ,. love seeing your smilin faces 🙂 🙂 ,.. thnks for sharing,. I find that the more I am in NOW , the better life is ! monkey mind of yester year or tomorrow ,. no sooo much lol . I love corn this time of year ,. you introduced me to Umi years ago,.. I love putting it on corn too , the Umi vinegar YUMMMM 🙂 take care and thanks again for sharing you ‘s xxoo 🙂

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