Why Complementarians “See” Male Leadership as God’s Design: The Psychology of Perception (Seeing What We Already Believe)October 24, 2015
I haven’t previously cooked a lot with chia seeds. Sure, I put them in muesli, and bread, but I haven’t really got into making breakfasts and desserts using their amazing mucilaginous qualities (great word that!)
Enter these crackers. I was after something yummy with a bit of crunch that would meet the requirements of school, scouts etc regarding allergies…and boy do these fit the bill!
Firstly they are vegan, egg-free and dairy-free, and could easily be gluten-free too if you substitute gluten-free flour for the small amount of wholemeal flour in them. More importantly, they’re absolutely delicious – crisp, tasting of toasted seeds with a touch of the sea, and fantastic with dips, cheese, or by themselves.
The initial mixture looks like an unattractive runny gruel, and doesn’t seem like it will ever be remotely spreadable; but after 20-30 minutes of the chia seeds doing their thing, it becomes…
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This pesto is savoury yet slightly sweet at the same time. We ate it on some Beetroot and bean patties (recipe coming soon) and as a salad dressing. I think it would also work quite well smothered on chicken or fish for a simple weeknight dinner. It is very easy to prepare; just be careful not to burn the desiccated coconut while roasting it.
Coriander and coconut pesto
Makes about 1 cup
1 large bunch of coriander, washed and leaves pulled off the stems
½ cup pine nuts
½ cup desiccated coconut
2 cloves garlic, roasted
3 tablespoons reduced fat coconut cream
Measuring cups and spoons
Small non-stick saucepan
- To roast the garlic, wrap the cloves in aluminium foil and roast in the oven for about 20 minutes at 180°C.
- Roast the pine nuts and the desiccated coconut in a small non-stick…
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Societies social ‘norms’ are in complete conflict with nonviolence. This is a major concern for those who have attempted to heal the world through passive nonaggressive actions. Just in one day – I have rubbed shoulders with so many people who are unwilling to listen, learn or educate themselves, even though comprehensive material was given to them at no cost whatsoever. The absolute refusal, to have an open mind about a topic pivotal to the progress of the future of nature herself, shows a society indoctrinated with stubborn will to make no attempt to understand what it means to make life liveable for sentients. The matter of ‘inconvenience’ is always the answer – but at who’s expense and at what cost does that ‘inconvenience’ to change come? Is often a question that they are unable and refuse to relate to. That is concerning. It is concerning that the human want’s change but is not prepared to work toward that goal in order…
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This is a lighter and fresher version of an artery-clogging cholesterol-laden casserole (Mormon Funeral Potatoes) made with potatoes, sour cream, cheese, butter, gelatinous cream-of-something soup, cornflakes coated in butter, and more cheese. This satisfying bake doesn’t leave you feeling like you need to take a nap afterwards.
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“For the animal kingdom, the Holocaust never ended.”
The following is the MUST see/read Transcript and Video from The St James Ethics and Wheeler Centre debate:
“Intelligence Squared: Animals Should Be Off the Menu”
On behalf of St James Ethics Centre, the Wheeler Centre,
The Melbourne Food and Wine Festival, The Age
The City of Melbourne and the ABC
All of whom have worked together to make this event possible
I would like to welcome
King Lear, late at night on the cliffs asks the blind Earl of Gloucester
“How do you see the world?”
And the blind man Gloucester replies “I see it feelingly”.
Shouldn’t we all?
Animals must be off the menu – because tonight…
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