Let’s talk about our Cauliflower mole with turmeric rice . Mole Almendrado (Mexican Almond Based Mole Sauce)
"Mole" pronounced "MOLE-eh" is a term used to describe any complex Mexican sauce that is usually composed of some type of nut/seed, several spices, chocolate (sometimes), and dried chilies.
Mole can come in a variety of colors red, orange, black, maroon, brown, green, etc. depending what kind you make. Our mole recipe uses more almonds than most and eliminates the chocolate it’s more on the sweet side but still has some spicyness on it 😊 I will make an article explaining the powerful benefits of turmeric later on 😊 #poweredbyplantsmps
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the end is nearing.
it’s sitting right up ahead in full view. there’s no way to not feel it sitting there, staring at me. in one week, i’ll be sleeping in this apartment for the last time, all of my belongings packed up into my car, reaching the time for the true “goodbye” and move the next morning.
not everything is ending. so many parts of the whole will remain. the friendships, the memories, the lessons, the internal growth - these will be carried on. but the collective whole, the circumstantial inter-weavings currently holding everything together in this unique way, are disintegrating.
there is beauty in all of it: in the endings, in the sadness. because they are all part of the experience. you can’t lose something you never had. you cant end something that never was. so i am sad, but i am not upset. i know that the grief is just the inherent other side of love. i have gotten so much more than i could have ever asked for in the past two years here in santa monica. i cannot explain to you the strength and sacredness of the relationships that have been built here, or the deep feelings of belonging and home that have been created and cradled in their care. but i can tell you that the loss is both painful and necessary.
it is time. as much as i don’t want to leave, i know it’s what i want. i am also ready. all endings birth new beginnings, whether it be by slow evolution or rapid metamorphosis. no matter the process, something must be left behind.
change is constantly happening, always. we cannot hold on to anything forever without creating tension and resistance.
so here’s where i sit: in presence. in surrender. in gratitude.
i will keep feeling all the emotions that arise in the process. i will keep crying as the tears ask to come through. but i will also keep going forward with trust - growing, loving, living.
i will keep saying thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you. over and over and over again.
this is the path, and i am here with open arms for all of it.