When one goes gluten-free, I think that the amount of rice consumed by said person exploses. Like, missile high. Scratch that,
atmosphere galaxy high. Whether it’s in restaurants (looks like we’ll be having sushi tonight, no wheat!) or at home (rice flour is now king), I can’t really say too much of anything is ever good for you. Unless you’re fiercely in love, or writing a book, then putting an abnormal time into that thing is probably a good thing, but with rice? eh. Not sending rockets in my emotional hemisphere.
Happy Halloween Bubble Children! It has been some time, and we have had many exciting projects in the works here at Bubble Child headquarters! (Hence the months-long absence.) The new web-site is about reading to be shared, and the first episodes of the Bubble Child cooking show have been shot and I am rather thrilled to share with you first!
Mikkeller – this dude is a beer prodigy. It’d be like if Beethoven had started playing piano when he was deaf, and was that good. Some people’s callings show up at odd times, and this beermaker’s started when he was teaching kids math.
What started out as home experiments in brewing turned into one of the best line of craft beers on the market. They’re not given — a little steep in price due to the artisanal nature and quality — but I’d rather have one of these than 12 of the others. (Who am I kidding, I can’t even have 12 beers at a time!)
This is hands-down the best gluten-free IPA I’ve ever discovered. For those gluten-free and gluten-full, if you like hops, try this beer. Really.
Rika and Doni are living the vegan dream. Their blog Vegan Miam — “miam” deriving from the French word for “yum” — catapults them around the world, where they explore major and minor cities alike, tasting their way through the animal-free side of the local cuisine. This week, I am absolutely honored to have guest posted a complete vegan version of my homemade spring roll with thai “peanut” sauce.
Nut and gluten-free, of course. (and complete herbavore as the name would have it!)
I recommend checking out the site. For meat avoiders and embracers, the photography is so tantalizing you won’t care if the dishes were made from cardboard. (Which would be rather impressive and disappointing all at once.)
Bubble Child on Vegan Miam: http://veganmiam.com/guest-posts/spring-rolls-nut-free-thai-peanut-sauce
I have come to the realization that it takes an enormous amount of energy to do great things. I’ve heard that once and I hear it now.
Great things come in a grand spread of forms. Great things are tying your shoe for the first time, overcoming the loss of a parent, turning your creative passion into a full time occupation while trying to make ends meet. These are great things, and the energy they take is both new and demanding, intense relatively and independently.
If the source of this energy is undefined, the negations of it are certainly not: bad relationships, lack of self love, an imbalance of health.
Health is beyond physical. It is mental, emotional, spiritual. It is a type of self love humble and convincing at once. If we know that a lack thereof deprives great things, and we live in a society obsessed with great things, why don’t we take care of ourselves more?
Kudos to you for visiting a site that cares about health, pleasure, and what we put in our bodies. Take care of yourself this weekend! And then share it. 🙂