In Macrobiotic thinking, the person preparing the food is the healer for the family, the physician in the kitchen preparing delicious, wholesome, nutrient dense food with love.
And part of the healing energy in the food comes from the way we cut and relate to the food as we are preparing it. This video shows some ways to cut food that honors its energy and growth patterns and imparts your love into food:
So when you prepare food, enjoy the creative and intimate process of seeing its beauty and feel how it can connect us with the oneness of all creation. I so love buying, washing, cutting and preparing it to share my love and healing energy with others.
The recipe today has ingredients that come from the organic farm we spend time at every week. It is garlic scapes and kale that create an amazing pasta dish. We add a Vegan Parmesan Cheese that makes it so tasty. Enjoy.
To Your Amazing Health,
Connie and Bill
Garlic Scapes, Kale and Red Onion Pasta Sauce
10 garlic scapes, cut away top below small bulb and dice the stems
1 bunch red Russian kale, tear in small pieces and finely cut tender parts of
stems to add to the dish
1/2 red onion, diced
3 tablespoons avocado oil or coconut oil
Sea salt to taste
Ground black pepper to taste
Red pepper flakes to taste (a good pinch is often enough)
In a large fry pan heat oil and add onion, sea salt, pepper and red pepper flakes. Next add kale. Mix in well with the oil and cook until wilted.
Add garlic scapes and turn heat off leaving the pan covered for 5 minutes. Before serving, mix scapes into kale and onions.
Spoon dish over your favorite pasta and sprinkle with lots of Vegan Parmesan Cheese.