Sunday, February 28, 2016

I said it was Springtime in Texas, and I meant it. I've already got tomatoes and peppers planted.

Behind the tomatoes are hold-overs from the fall garden: swiss chard, collard greens, and kale. And I'm still picking those daily. 

Listen, truthers: it's time to get serious about health. The system is breaking down, and you do not want to be dependent on the medical system. What is it really except a pipeline for dispensing the products of Big Pharma, few of which do anybody any good. 

And with that thought in mind, here's an idea for a fast, delicious soup that is very nutritious. You make it with these dark greens that you see above. You get a bunch, and for me it means harvesting them, but if you have to buy them, buy them. You boil them until tender in a little bit of water. Don't use a lot. Use just enough so that they finish cooking right when the water is gone. Then, you add half a can of organic beans, like maybe pinto. And then you add a very high quality tomato sauce.  Lately, I've been using one from Costco called Victoria White Linen Marinara Sauce.

So, you add the sauce, and then let it simmer a few more minutes, stirring it all in. And that's it. It's easy. It's delicious! And it's hearty too. It's time to get vigorous for the reset that is coming. 

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