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Baked Salmon with loaded spinach salad 🥗
#strawberries (at Henry County, Georgia)
Benefits of eating blueberries
This basic blueberry sauce would be perfect on ice cream, cheesecake, or in yogurt. This was my first shot at making it, and I would use less pectin (just 1 Tbs) next time.
My wife placed an order for bacon and scrambled eggs this morning. That is one of our tomatoes but the blueberries are store-bought since our blueberry bushes are pretty much done for the season:
Those potatoes were made with our potatoes and peppers:
A skipper. This image isn’t as clear as I’d like … I need more practice with the camera’s macro features:
Paper wasp on an elephant ear:
A tiny bee out at Plot 420:
A robber fly with a mouthful of prey:
Watering Plot 420:
These purple hulls are looking lush and starting to climb our DIY trellis:
New game! Jump for blueberries!
Robin is *very* good at this game. Napoleon has a slight disadvantage being a frizzle. And Andromeda is just blind. Sigh.
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Brunch at Five Leaves
Bonjour, c'est le Quatorze Juillet ! 🇫🇷♥️ Aujourd'hui, j'ai fait des petits pancakes pour le goûter !
Bonnes fêtes du Quatorze Juillet à tout le monde ! 💙🤍♥️
😍😍😍 My good friend @meowrufff made this beautiful açaí bowl! 💕
Here is what she used:
1 frozen banana
¼ cup frozen açaí pulp
¼ cup frozen strawberry
¼ cup frozen blueberries
2 tbsp coconut yoghurt
2 tbsp oats
1 tbsp flax seeds
1 tsp maca powder
Some soy mylk
Blend in a blender, add more liquid if necessary, serve in a bowl, put your favorite toppings on top and enjoy with a hot cup of tea.
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Fresh blueberries and garlic from the garden!
Okay, I taste-tested my new cider recipe(without yeast speeding the
process up), and while it’s not as strong as I would want, I realize
with two jugs I have plenty of time, and it’s a little tarter than I’m
used to making.
Kigutangirnait means “that which causes the teeth to be removed” because the berries leave behind little black pieces on the teeth.
Not yet ripe blueberries are called Nanuq, the Inuktitut word for polar bear because they are white.
Kigutangirnait is eaten directly off the plant, but can also be used in teas, made into a pudding, or preserved in seal oil/fat to be eaten later on.