Did you see who won the giveaway? Congrats again.
The June issue of Eighty Percent Raw Magazine is out, including an article by yours truly.
Phil's been gone, hiking in the Chugach around Anchorage, for the past three days and I'm just getting ready for the long drive up to Anchorage to participate in the Poetry Event tonight. Making sure I've taken care of everything in the home and garden, am wearing the right clothes, have my poems ready, have all the errands lined out...
It feels like at any given moment in the last three days, I've been doing at least three things at once, except when I've been nose to nose with an urgent and very complex editing job. Tomorrow is the start of the Kachemak Bay Writers Conference back here in Homer: this time last year I had such a wonderful time (see this post, for example), so I'm prepared to be thoroughly excited, challenged, stimulated, bewildered, exhausted, exalted, every moment occupied. As soon as that finished, we're off to Oregon for a week.
In the midst of this whirlwind, my dehydrator arrived!
the 'slaw I posted here. I'm going to love being able to dehydrate leftovers and thus transform them!
That same day, an order came in from the Raw Food World. I've been wanting a glass straw for ages, and am looking forward to using this one in a smoothie on my drive today. I got some dried mulberries, which are delightful, and I got some maca extreme to try. Tried a bite of it straight up: it was like biting into a radish! Maca is definitely a brassica! Which creates some cognitive dissonance for me: it's supposed to support thyroid function, and yet it belongs to a family of known goitrogens. Anyone care to enlighten me?
kelp noodles from them--they had a good offer on them. In another whirlwind of multitasking, I made this sauce for the kelp noodles last night: it definitely has potential, but needs some tweaking before I share up.
Please let me know your favorite dehydrator recipes and uses: what must I make?