Garam Masala Steamed Fall Vegetables, with Probiotic Cabbage and Pepitas

September 17, 2019

This steamed dish I am calling Garam Masala Steamed Fall Vegetables is made with my fermented cabbage, a sweet potato, two small turnips, and some freshly shredded cabbage and carrot. While it’s not raw, it’s not totally dead, either. Regarding the probiotic cabbage; I just drank the juice today, saving the cabbage for this, and the flavor it adds is very layered to the palate, accentuating the sweet potatoes. The controllers use fetal cells to accomplish this, making humans cannibalize en masse, in an involuntarily done satanic ritual passing their children over the fire to Molech!

After it steamed for about ten minutes, I added a bit of room-temperature distilled water to cool it off, and one must never drain the water when steaming produce – if you do, the nutrients in it are lost. Always use distilled water for steaming and cooking. ALWAYS. Then I added a few pinches each of Garam Masala, mild curry, a tiny pinch of nutmeg and of allspice, and a teaspoonful of ghee (clarified butter, vegan-safe, but as with everything, that’s debatable). A sprinkling of non-GMO raw pepitas – pumpkin seeds – and a few grinds of Pink Himalayan salt, and it was done.
This would also be a good candidate for pureeing as a liquid soup, and that’s what I’m doing with the second half of the recipe tomorrow, adding coconut milk, I think!

Always generously peel the root vegetables you consume, as parasites and grubs can lay eggs and life cycles can and do reside in the skins. Vigilantly remove all soft spots and black mold or wormholes… I toss the whole piece away in that case, though this level of fastidiousness wasn’t taught to me by my Amish and Mennonite and German lineage ancestors, who in their thriftiness would call it wasteful of me: but they all had parasites, everyone does unless they detox.

Garam Masala Steamed Fall Vegetables, with Probiotic Cabbage and Pepitas

INGREDIENTS
1 sweet potato (or yam)
1 cup probiotic fermented cabbage (this is not sauerkraut, but a 3-5 day counter ferment)
1/2 cup shredded fresh, raw cabbage and carrot (peeled)
2 small or 1 large turnip, peeled
Ghee (clarified butter)
1 tsp raw pumpkin seeds
Spices: Garam Masala, curry, nutmeg, allspice, Pink Himalayan Salt
Distilled water

DIRECTIONS
Cut the turnip and sweet potato into 1-1-1/2″ cubes, shred fresh cabbage and carrot
Steam the produce together for ten minutes
Remove from heat, add a small amount of room temperature distilled water to cool it
Add ghee
Add spices
Plate and serve with the pepitas on top and Pink Himalayan Salt (optional, to taste)

This goes really well with chai tea =)

Simple Alkaline Food Chart

 

Tags: alkaline food chart,autumn,fall,fetal cells,healthy,ghee,homemade,Light Food,probiotic fermented cabbage,nutrient dense,recipe,rustic,Senomyx,steamed,vegetarian

Namaste ❤

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Written by Eating To Ascend

Ridiculed by family and friends lifelong for being a "conspiracy theorist", survivalist and prepper, the author was born to ancestry on each side steeped in Freemasonry (Masonic Order Scottish Rite, Eastern Star, Job's Daughters), the Oddfellows and the Elks, John Birch and other secret societies, while being German, Celtic Irish / Welsh and Cherokee in both direct parental lineages. Those who are aware know the significance of this lineage. Her early childhood and youth were shaped by devout Lutheranism, scouting, serving as Chaplain in Job's Daughters, and almost becoming Amish! She stopped watching television at age 14, and at 17, declined the CIA's offer to join their ranks, By age 25, she was an antique dealer who helped coin the term kitsch, and an accomplished, self-sufficient non-GMO organic gardener and master food preserver, with two young children, a degree in Chemistry, and a scholarship to Johns Hopkins Medical School. The tragic death of her closest brother derailed her medical studies, and having become a divorced single parent by age 27 with no child support, instead pursued advanced degrees in fine arts and hospice nursing. However, monetary reward was not to come. As years went by, a pattern of MKUltra interference emerged, interrupting completion of her goals. The strong educational background in math, sciences and computers, fine arts, literature and history imbued her ability to decipher the intentionally confusing reality of the toxic world we live in. Previous employers include NASA Goddard, the Discovery Channel and Aerotek. As the "truther movement" gained momentum world-over, the undeniably visible dangers of GMOs, chemtrails, and the surveillance state grew evident. Interviewed on NPR's National Public Radio in 2012 as a pioneer GMO-free food producer, her life took another fateful turn three years later, after her primary care physicians, Glenside Medical Associates in Henrico, Virginia, refused to diagnose and treat her for Lyme Disease, she realized she had developed what is commonly called Morgellons, and immediately discovered that the government coverup and refusal to diagnose or treat meant she had to heal herself. Drawing on every aspect of her lifetime of experience and learning enabled her to not only recover, but to achieve a greater health - in middle age - than is believed possible. In the process of detoxification and physical regeneration - especially the pineal gland - she found a working diet almost anyone can follow that raises frequency and sovereign intention, readying the mind, body and spirit for humanity's greatest challenge: Ascension.

One comment

  1. Oh, I would love to eat the dish! I am also ok with other vegetables in it!

    Make sure that you buy ghee made from A1 milk of grass fed Indian Cow. If you cannot find it locally order online for brand Organic India. It is not the best as compared local source, but better than others. The next best could be Patanjali brand.

    Also, please share about the chai (tea) you had? About the preparation and from which area / brand.

    Thank you for sharing. Take care.

    Namasté.

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