It was such a pleasure to share my Spanish traditions with the community, but I didn’t realise how difficult it is to make dinner for so many people! I decided to share Spanish Omelette and “gazpacho” (a cold soup) with the community, and now you, in these easy recipes.
The Buddha taught The Four Noble Truths. It’s interesting to note that similar practices and principles exist in other traditions, and here at New Life sometimes we take the opportunity to apply a mindful, investigative approach to them in workshops.
At New Life Foundation we have been making fermented foods and drinks to support our mindfully vegetarian diet of healthy Thai fare. Below are two examples of fermented recipes, one for vegetables and the other for a drink.
I didn’t know what ‘burnout’ was until I came to New Life. I didn’t really think it was anything at all. Maybe it meant being overly stressed, or perhaps it was a weak person’s syndrome, or even a euphemism for not being able to cope. (…) By now I know that I need rest. The surprise is realising that it’s allowed.
With the recent promotion of New Lifer, Megan, to the position of long term volunteer in charge of agriculture, and the arrival of naturopath, Nicola Callan, we thought it high time to celebrate the foundation’s jam-packed herb garden. Here’s some information about how certain plants can be used.