What did I plant with the full moon,” you ask? Thanks for asking! I planted celeriac seeds and sprouted red beans, both gifts from my neighbor, in a beautiful rubber tire planter outside my front door! I’m planting the old French Intensive way, with plants so close together, you barely need to weed. It works and it’s plentiful, the garden.
Recipe of the Day -Snickerdoodle Overnight Oats
2 T. almond butter
2 T. Coconut sugar
1 tsp Cinnamon, divided
1 C. oats, soaked in hot tea
1 C. coconut or Almond Milk
2 tsp coconut syrup
Directions: With a spoon, mash the almond butter, coconut sugar and 1/2 tsp of the cinnamon (saving the rest for later use) until it resembles cookie dough. Press into the bottom of two cereal bowls. Pour the tea over the oats, then sprinkle with 1/2 tsp of cinnamon and the oatmeal. Top with the almond butter mixture. In the morning, pour the milk and syrup on top!
Word of the Day – llenar- to fill
Tip of the Day -Planting with the full moon stems from the belief that the Moon governs moisture and that gardening in the best lunar phase, or during the waxing or increasing light, between the new and the full moon is best. Especially two days before the full moon.
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