Radishes! and Guests!

I have an abundance of radishes and beautiful kohlrabi this year, so here is an easy and yummy salad to make:

Radish Salad (Custom)

Radish, Kohlrabi, and Carrot Salad

handful of cleaned radishes

1/2 of kohlrabi

1 medium carrot

juice of 1/2 lemon

1 tbsp. cold pressed sesame oil

handful of fresh cilantro or dill

celtic sea salt and pepper to taste

1. Chop veggies, add rest of ingredients and serve.

 

Thank you to my guest, below, who experienced an overnight retreat here last week.  I hope to be of service to many more persons who need a diet/lifestyle boost. Thanks to her as well for the testimonial below.

guest-july-2018-custom.jpg

A great experience.  Anything to fight the traditional medical pharmaceutical model.  Drink in the tranquility; it is peaceful, serene, refreshing, and calm. I had the most amazing sleep.   It was a hallelujah moment.  Just felt the stress melting away.  The food is delicious, nutritious, exquisite, unique. The mentorship of what to buy, where to buy, how to prepare and store the selective foods for healing was so useful.

I found the hour long somatic exercise experience enlightening.  Education so basic and yet so necessary to our well being.

This place is a little treasure.  Much less expensive than going to someplace foreign, and healthier and easier than flying to get there.  One day at this retreat will change your life.”

– client, July 2018.

 

 

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3 Responses to Radishes! and Guests!

  1. suzjur says:

    Hi Paulette! Try as I might, my radishes always come out full of worms. What is your secret for an abundance of radishes worthy to serve? Thank you for your time! Suzanne

    On Fri, 27 Jul 2018 20:52:42 +0000, Paulette Millis Blog wrote:

    > > eatawayillness posted: “I have an abundance of radishes and > beautiful kohlrabi this year, so here is an easy and yummy salad to > make:Radish, Kohlrabi, and Carrot Saladhandful of cleaned radishes1/2 > of kohlrabi1 medium carrotjuice of 1/2 lemon1 tbsp. cold pressed se” >

    • I move the location of where I plant. I plant three times a couple of weeks apart. And I try to keep them in quite a bit of shade. And not too crowded. Some luck I think!!

  2. jazzwoman62 says:

    Hi P

    Awesome blog Paulette! Thanks for the great recipe! I will make this. Looks so darn good! Yum my friend!

    C

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