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  1. I realized after writing several pages, that the ones in gold would never properly copy or scan.... oh well :P this is a practice attempt to send crow to someone. I wrote it with a peregrine falcon feather, I want to find something in the woods, but it's not the right time for that.
  2. certainly, sorry I have not posted more, I am quite busy these days.
  3. Few days ago we made some peanut chicken that was nice: 1 package of blanched roasted peanuts 1 onion 1 head of garlic 4 sweet peppers 1 chili pepper 1 package of heritage farm chicken breast x royal basmati rice tendoori seasoning black pepper no-salt red crush pepper extra virgin olive oil peanut cooking sauce, sweet chili version Preheat oven to 425, and place all chicken breast in an oven pan, add most of the peanut cooking sauce to the chicken, if desired add some black pepper for flavor. Begin cutting all peppers, and peal the garlic, once oven is ready, place the chicken breast in the oven. Pour some Extra virgin olive oil in a cooking pan, and through in the peppers, put on low heat. process garlic and cut up onion, add to pan. Prepare and start the rice. As the vegetables become soft, throw in the peanuts, then season to preference. I used unsalted peanuts, so I added extra no-salt to mine. Also if I cook with tendoori seasioning, I use moderately or lightly. Stir on occassion so none of the vegetables burn. Once the rice is finished, pour in the remaining peanut cooking sauce on the vegetables and stir well, check for taste and add seasoning if desired. When chicken is cooked all the way, cut up into small pieces. Add to the vegetables, and pour in any sauce in the oven pan. Let the stove pan cook for a while, until all flavors are balanced. Turn off heat and throw in rice, mix well and let sit for a while before serving.
  4. So often times a planned meal ends up costing lots of money, because of market prices on the goods. I have been working with goods that are on sale, or marked down in local groceries, often times making a 20$ meal into a 5-10$ meal. I don't really measure things out either, so the actual results may vary, I suppose. Home Made Cream of Mushroom: 2 package of sliced baby porta bellas 1 onion 1 head of garlic 1 package of assorted sweet peppers 1 package (small) of uncut whole baby carrots x flour x milk Cajun seasoning Black pepper Chili peppers or jalapeno peppers No Salt (one can use cream I suppose, but it won't look like the photo) Extra virgin olive oil Add a little extra virgin olive oil to a deep pan, this will make a lot of food, so something that can hold a stir fry is appropriate. Throw in the mushrooms and carrots, and set heat to low on the pan. Cut the onion and process or cut the garlic so they can start the carmalizing (uh, wordsmith lol) process. Cut all the sweet peppers as desired, I like bigger chunks. Once the carrots have softened half through, and the garlic has "disapeared" add in flour and stir, so that all the veggies are covered in flour. Pour in Milk to make a gravy consistency. Add more milk and flour until you have a thick paste binding all the veggies, water down with milk until it is easy to consume/serve. Real Heavy Cream is what companies like Campbell's uses; I'm in the midwest of the US, where biscuits and gravy are a staple, so using flour and milk (part of the gravy if not all of it) gives it a comfort take of the soup for me and my family. My new father from India loves this particular dish. You can use real salt, but because my mother has issues with sodium, my family uses No-Salt which contains no sodium. NOTE: I am sorry, I thought I had a photo of this dish, but it's gone or something, or was never photographed. I was certain I had shown it to someone this year, boggling. It comes out sort of grey, because the flour and milk and all the veggie oils kind remain colorless. If that is bothersome, some hot sauce will change that
  5. ya I was wondering what the best method would be, considering it may be popular for some nice recipes give me some time and I shall do so, with photos.
  6. if someone loves another, then it is the creator whispering love in the winds.
  7. sorry, what does that mean? ;) I don't know much arabic, other than Lo-Raheem and Allah and Salam :P
  8. I would ask, if they believe in magic? but that's me I think if I am to ask someone I like or want to know more, I make a list of things that interest me, and chekc off what I don't know they feel about or have an opinion on. for instance: hiking writing reading learning from what you said, I know they like learning, or something to that extent, they likely enjoy reading of some kind, even if it is only Quran. so I would check off writing and hiking, and ask questions based on those subjects. Does that help?
  9. hijab is beauty tho. I dont understand
  10. meat tastes good, but red meat especially is difficult to digest. one celebrity had pounds of red meat in his body when he died, that was undigested. It can cause the stomach to expand widely, and adds little to no nutrition to our bodies in the end. I have some really nice vegetarian dishes that give a sensation of having eaten red meat, if you would like I could message them to you.
  11. oh this makes me happy thank you
  12. I apologize as I am not learned about Islam. Have you ever seen a light in someone's eye? not reflect, but emanating? Have you ever had a prophetic dream about someone you cherish and love? Are you your organs? You have a stomach, yet you do not live as a stomach? You eat, and the stomach digests it. The stomach does not create what goes in it. We say we are made of flesh, but we are not flesh in since that we are bound by it. We can choose to live a life guided by spirit, by our souls desire to love, and feel. I know that I have a mental illness. But sometimes I am in tune with my world, that I learn or know things before they happen. This is my soul speaking, listening, hearing the words of the creator, seeing the images of the creator. I have spoken with someone who is very kind, and is a good Muslim I would say. And there is this line, or belief between my culture and Islam. In my culture, our spirit sees and feels and experiences at all times, and our minds can sense it. Dreams are often a source for such a sensing. Then you have the Vision Quest, the time a child becomes a man, and learns about themselves in the Creator's eyes. I do not know where the being of a person lies, but it is not the organs. Humans are not their bodies alone. Just as a driver is not the car they are in. Does this help?
  13. i am sorry I write this here, however the site will not allow me to send messages to anyone.

    Zohour has told me to speak with you, because I need a Shia who will help me in writing a novella.

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      she welcomes with thanks, and hopes for the best

  14. turkey tail mushrooms, and osage orange fruit. Chemo can lower the immune system, and turkey tail mushrooms will boost it significantly, the tea form was recently approved by the FDA in USA as a medicinal use for Chemo patients. Osage Orange fruit has a chemical which can attack cancerous cells, and even prevent obtaining cancer in the future. If you would like I can find some literature on the subject for those two items. Both are meant to be ingested as a tea.