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How to Cook Kasha, Toasted Buckwheat – Gluten-free Grain Recipe Demo

Nutty and gluten-free – try this curious pseudo-grain!
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If you’re watching this, you probably already know about the nutritional properties of kasha, so I won't go into that. Cooking toasted buckwheat is just like cooking rice. First, we’ll cover the soft way. This gives the kasha a soft, almost porridge consistency. Use a 2-1 ratio of liquid to grain. So, 2 cups of water to 1 cup of kasha.

1 cup, toasted buckwheat or kasha
2 cups water, can substitute 1/4 cup with broth

Bring water/broth to a boil and add in the kasha. Bring it back to a boil and reduce the heat to the lowest setting possible, so the ingredients only simmer. Let this sit, covered, for 10 minutes.

After 10 minutes, all the water is simmered off and your kasha is done!

For a less mushy consistency, try 1.5 cups of water to 1 cup of kasha, using the same method as before, except cook it for only 8 minutes instead of 10.

Here, the grains are more defined and less mushy. It’s sort of like risotto now.

If you want the grains even MORE defined, try using just 1 cup of water to 1 cup of grain and let it simmer until the water is evaporated, which should be 6-7 minutes.

I’ll be honest – I did not enjoy this. The kasha flavor is very strong and the texture was not for me. To be fair, I did not grow up eating anything like this. That’s not to say that you shouldn’t try it – it’s worth finding a way to enjoy it because it is so healthy.

It's worth trying raw buckwheat groats, which is the same seed, but not toasted, cooked the same way.

It's also worth trying soaking buckwheat overnight like overnight oats. Soak half a cup of buckwheat in 1 cup of milk (any kind), with 1/4 teaspoon of vanilla, honey or other sweetener to taste – overnight. In the morning, add fruit, dried or fresh, and nuts. The seeds are soft, but not mushy. A steady breakfast for controlling blood sugar and hunger throughout the day.

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The Nature Learning Center’s “Nature’s Life Cycle Engine”

The Nature Learning Center's "Nature's Life Cycle Engine". The engine is the driving force that generates life force for the home or farm. Nature works for free all that is needed is putting the elements back together. The Life Cycle Engine (LCE) creates abundance. The LCE feeds into itself for it's own sustainability. The chickens eat the worms, the worms eat the left over food, the excrement from both the chickens and the worms build life giving soil which grows more food for the chickens and the worms. The compost pile receives the abundant left overs/plants/grass/fruits/vegetables that are not consumed that the healthy soil creates. The excrement from the chickens/nitrogen/potassium/phosphate gets mixed into the compost pile to enhance the transformation into soil. The worms are added to the soil to create micro organisms within the soil. The excrement from the vermiculture bin creates a very powerful life force soil that is added to other soil at a rate of 10%. The chard wood from burning such plants like bamboo, (high in calcium) are placed on top of the soil below the plants. For the compost pile, you will need a ratio of 50% green to 50% brown, at least 3 ft by 3 ft to activate, with plenty of air flow, and periodic watering. For the 50% green I like to use grasses/ground cover such as alfalfa, oats, flax, legumes, red clover, buckwheat, Symphytum asperum Comfrey, seaweeds, river algae, acacia leaves/roots. I also add for the green: manure and urine from birds, fish, and mammals such as cows, goats, sheep, and horse. For the 50% brown I use dried plant matter, (no sticks or large pieces of wood or toxic plants). I like using dried leaves from white oak trees,(the oak leaves are also great for the vermiculture bin). I also like using hay or straw or dried grasses and leaf mould from non toxic trees and plants. Humans have separated themselves from the elements of Nature, it is our job as Earth stewards to repair the life force that we have taken out of balance. It's all about restoring the soil/Earth. Life comes from the ground/soil. Most soil is void of life/minerals/microbials necessary to grow food that is complete. For each mineral/element that is missing from our soil, that particular non existent element/mineral/nutrient creates a specific disease in living beings. If all humans concentrate their efforts on creating abundant healthy food soil everywhere all the time, we can restore this planet back to it's original life force giving abundance. One day when the Earth is back in balance again, we wont need to rebuild the soil anymore because the Earth/Nature will take over the job and will maintain itself. The way to be free, healthy, and happy is through abundance of free food and materials to live with. When everything is in abundance/excess we wont need money. If we don't bring the Earth back into balance and abundance, we will always need to work harder, we will always need more control, we will always be envious, we will always be degenerating. We were never intended to be farmers or to turn the soil. Do animals, birds fish insects or bees need fences, farms, grocery stores, money, refrigerators, electricity, etc.? Life can be so much easier and better than the one we have abused and created for ourselves. Thank you for watching this video.

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How to make a Saw Palmetto Tincture DIY

Saw Palmetto Tincture

You will need..
Dried saw palmetto berries (you can purchase from mountainrosehebs.com

Fill a jar half full of dried saw palmetto berries
cover the berries and fill the jar with vodka
store in a cool dark place for 2-3 months
shake jar every day for the first 2 weeks.

Strain and store in a dark jar.

For men over 40 for prostate health, take 1TBS per day.

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PBS Life in Death Valley (Full Documentary)

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Death Valley National Park is a national park in the U.S. states of California and Nevada located east of the Sierra Nevada, occupying an interface zone .