A few posts back I wrote about making homemade pasta and adding chickpeas and peppers to it. I had a craving for that dish again but didn't feel like making the homemade pasta. So this is a variation on that dish. Instead of using pasta I decided to use potatoes fresh from the garden. It turned out to be a really tasty variation.
Click the title of this post or the "read more" link to find out how easy it is to put together.
There are some interesting things to consider in this video. Like all things I watch, hear, or read, I'm not about to take every word as Gospel. It's important to think critically about the messages we get through any form of media. However, there are some aspects of what this woman says that I can attest to just through observations in my own life. Mainly, I do believe that as a society we are way over-prescribed, over-medicated, and super sanitized. I don't believe that is to our benefit at all.
I think this video is worth a watch, if you've got about 20 minutes to spare. And while I'm not about to go as far as to stop showering, it's nice to know that my tendency to sometimes forgo a trip to the doctor and just "tough it out" a little bit, might not be such a bad thing after all.
I'd love to hear your thoughts so please leave a comment below.
You can add them to sauces, salads, rice, stir fry, baked goods, desserts…I mean, the list is endless.
You can also use them to make this amazing dish! Click the title of this post or the "read more" link to find out how.
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