Perfect Salsa

Here’s a rain, bike velocity question – If you’re going down the road on your bike, and it starts to rain, do you ride faster, thus letting the wind and rain hit you harder and faster? You’ll be at your destination faster. Or ride slower, becoming more warm and letting the rain hit you softly, yet staying longer in the rain to become more soaked? I also have to consider my tires on the wet road, but luckily I have these fat tires on my electric bike.

Recipe of the Day – Perfect Salsa

Ingredients: 4-5 big Fresh tomatoes, chopped to preferred chunkiness

1/10th of an onion chopped finely

3-4 finely chopped jalepenos (spicy level -6-8)

Handful of finely chopped cilantro 6 cloves of fresh garlic, finely chopped

salt, pepper, and cumin to taste

juice of lime/lemon will help keep it fresh and gives it a nice tangy taste

– a handful parsley and green onions

1/2 c. little chiles touch of cumin

Directions: Put all in the food processor and pulse just a couple times until desired chunkiness. Tastes even warmer the next day!

Word of the Day –  velocidad – speed

Tip of the Day – You can keep garlic greens growing inside your house. Just plant the bulb in a pot of dirt!

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