Two Unprecedented Recipes

With the arrival of a pound of cricket powder and pristine Floridian summer weather, I’ve whipped together some strange masterpieces in the kitchen.  The days stream by as the warm, delicate sunlight dapples the planet with a persistent reminder of hope.  Even amongst all the chaos, both internal and external, a warm patch of grass and stray meandering cloud are never absent from your potential experience.  And if you have a tropical climate, buzzing garden, and free time then I invite you into the kitchen to get it popping.

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My Favorite Curry

This post is dedicated to a dish that fuses spices, cultures, heat, and time into perhaps the greatest dish I’ve ever tasted.  I would eat this every week, ritualistically, if it wasn’t so confusing for my gut to digest a dozen different spices and thick, complex sauce dappled with starch and sugar.  Therefore, I’ve modified the recipe a bit for my liking (us children of the ubiquitous house salad and mashed potatoes).

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Tempeh Tinkering

I am becoming a man free from the man, namely “Cultures for Health” and Amazon.  That’s right, I’m extending that black fuzz on the other aged tempeh batch into batches on batches.  We’ll see how many generations in I can get, but it felt fucking amazing to start a fungal lineage.   And not like the fungus feeding off poor dietary decisions on my back (TMI).  I included more info about the temperature of the process below, cuz this shit is science.

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First Post, Mama’s Meaty Casserole

This is bold, to go forth with Mama’s secret weapon as an opener on this journey into the hobbies and thoughts of my world.  However, I got the feels of being really well cared for by a seasoned Grandmama in the kitchen.  It was truly ambrosial, healthy, satisfying, and empowering to cook and enjoy.  And yes, I do this for myself usually, I just love me that much.

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