Raw Lime Pie with Buckwheat Crust

My sister is Virginia –
Sent: Friday, April 7, 2017 3:16 AM
Subject: Tornado

Just got hit by a surprise tornado. It’s passed and I don’t see any damage but I am out of power along with 11,000 others in my area so saving my phone battery. But we are all safe here if you see on the news. Love you all. M

My brother in Japan –

Hi M,
Glad you are okay.
Japanese company sells a big dry battery made mostly of paper.
You just add water and it provides power to the home for a while.
It is sent to disaster areas. H
ere is the battery I was talking about. Generates power to charge a smart phone about 30 times Max 5 days of power. Price 316 dollars US. Available from Japan Trend Shop.  Must be new product because they  sell it with Japanese still on the product box.

bob
Mg Box Water-Powered Magnesium-Air Battery

Mg Box Water-Powered Magnesium-Air Battery

Furukawa Denchi portable emergency power source

Price: US$ 316

The Mg Box can generate electricity just by filling it up with water. This can be fresh water, seawater or even dirty water. It doesn’t matter because this magnesium-air battery is a revolutionary new technology that can provide power even when there is no power source.
The large portable battery is an ideal item to have for emergencies. Furukawa Denchi know all about the necessity of this, since they are based in Iwaki City in Fukushima Prefecture, which was devastated by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami. The Mg Box generates no noise or emissions, and is the world’s first magnesium-air battery in a convenient paper case.

The Mg Box Water-Powered Magnesium-Air Battery features:

  • Battery x 1
  • World’s first magnesium-air battery with paper case
  • Generates enough power to charge smartphone around 30 times
  • Equivalent power to 32 D batteries
  • Requires 2l (67.6 fl oz) of water
  • Output: DC 5.0V, 300 Wh
  • Ports: USB x 2
  • Maximum current: 1.2A
  • Operating time: max. 5 days
  • Size: 233 x 226 x 226mm (9.2 x 8.9 x 8.9″)
  • Weight: 1.6kg (3.5 lbs) (without water)
  • Instructions: Japanese
  • Recipe of the Day – Raw Lime Pie with Buckwheat Crust
  • Ingredients:
    For the crust:
    3/4 c. buckwheat groats, soaked and dehydrated   (soak 15 minutes, sprout 1 – 1.5 days, washing several times. Dehydrate at 104 degrees for 12 hours.
    0r 1 c. nuts, soaked an sprouted.
    1/2 c. pitted dates, soaked 40 minutes, with the water
    Process in the food processor until mixture forms a ball. Press in to pie plate.For the filling:
    1 avocado
    1/2 c. dates, soaked 40 minutes, pitted, with the water
    1/2 c. coconut water
    1/3 c. key lime juice
    grated peel of 1/2 lime
    dash vanilla powder
    1/4 tsp. salt
    1 T. soaked flax, or psyllium seedDirections: To make the filling, pit, peel, and scoop out the avocado.  Add to the food processor with the rest of the filling ingredients and process for several minutes until smooth, scraping down the sides of the bowl as necessary.  If there doesn’t seem to be enough liquid, you can add more lime juice or honey as needed.  Spread over the crust and top with fresh limes or coconut.  Chill, covered, or freeze until ready to serve.  (This is best eaten the day of making, as the avocado mixture will start to discolor on top.
  • Word of the Day –  japon – japan
  • Tip of the Day – It’s good here in Ecuador to have back-ups of everything.


 

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