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Month: March, 2013

The Living Stone

santuary

July 25, 1946

Believe in the effectiveness of your work as part of the universal work of the saints. Think of the ‘living stone’ that you are adding to the spiritual house – this stone that no one else but you is called upon to place in just this same position. This ought to encourage you to make efforts of every kind. ¬†Above all, don’t ever grow weary of our intimacy. Even when you feel good for nothing, give me this nothing.¬†

He and I / Gabrielle Bossis

Caramelized Fennel and Goat Cheese Flatbread | My New Roots

If you love fennel as much as I do, I can bet your tastebuds are tingling at the sight of this flatbread. I know mine did. One of the best things about this recipe is that it uses spelt flour for the crust. Spelt can be a great addition to your diet. Its best to cook with a variety of grains and flours to ensure you’re getting a wide array of nutrients from different foods. Spelt flour has slightly more protein and fewer calories than wheat flour. It’s rich in riboflavin, niacin, manganese, copper, phosphorus and fiber. It also has a much tougher outer husk than wheat which means it is protected during the milling processes and maintains its inherent nutrients and flavor. This also protects from pests and infestations which makes it much easier to grow without the use of pesticides. I can’t wait to try my hand at this… perhaps on Friday as a substitute for a meat dish during lent. Enjoy.

Caramelized Fennel and Goat Cheese Flatbread | My New Roots.