As always, a wonderful, moving, inspiring post! And, you made me cry (I know that wasn’t your intention)! Keep up the good work and happy holidays to you and Bjork.
Lucky for me, I already have a rice cooker–although I’ve never used it to make steel cut oats! Super interesting. This almost reminds me of Honey Bunches of Oats for some reason–I don’t know why, since we never eat them, but hey. 🙂
One tip, soft taco tortillas are the perfect size for the small tortilla on top of the tostada, and then you don’t have to waste extra large burrito tortillas. Then you can use any extra filling for more tacos, make chips, etc.
It’s a lot of work, but there’s also a big upside, as the video space isn’t as crowded as the general food and recipe space.
Last fall, I made the decision to sell Oh My Veggies. It was something I had been gearing up for for a while and when I found out I was pregnant, the timing seemed right. After a lot of discussions with potential buyers and seemingly endless contract negotiations, the sale closed at the end of February. I wrote about all of this in a little more detail
I want a giant stack of these pancakes in front of me rightnowplease. Yummmmmmm.
Hi Judy and everyone
If you use a sweet potato, chop it up small so the pieces cook faster! You don’t have to use sweet potatoes. Try carrots, spinach, bell peppers, mushrooms, zucchini, you name it! The cauliflower walnut meat would be good as a filling in and of itself, so if you’re really in a rush, you don’t have to add the sweet potatoes or any other veggies for that matter. I just like to add veggies to bulk it up and add some extra nutrition.
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