A good meal doesn’t just nourish my body, it fills me up with hope.
Yesterday, I came home at 2:30 in the afternoon wondering WTF I would feed my family. The night before we had enjoyed salmon with delicata squash. I’d never had this squash before. It blew me away – so, so, so tasty. 100% divine. As I opened the fridge, I had my heart set on that. I also noticed an avocado. Good! And some chicken. Great! So I made the meal below and it was just perfect and beautiful and all the flavors blended together so well. It feels criminal to keep it to myself – you should enjoy it, too! Let’s go…
2 cups organic pecans
1 teaspoon seasoned salt
¼ teaspoon pepper
8 (6 ounce or so) skinless, boneless pastured chicken breast halves
4 TBS organic, pastured butter, melted
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Combine pecans, salt and pepper in a food processor and pulse until pecans are finely chopped (if you have to do this by hand, so be it). Place seasoned pecan mixture in bowl. Evenly coat each chicken breast with butter by dipping it; then dredge each breast in pecan mixture.
Place chicken on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.
Bake for 20-25 minutes, until done.
NOTE: you can easily cut this recipe in half but the leftovers are nice to have around.
Serve chicken with Roasted Delicata Squash and a half of an avocado
2 delicata squash
2 TBS olive oil
½ teaspoon Celtic sea salt
½ teaspoon garlic powder
¼ teaspoon black pepper
Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Line large baking sheet with parchment paper.
Trim the ends of the squash and cut in half, length-wise. Scoop out the seeds with a spoon. Slice the seeded halves into ¼ inch thick slices (half circles). Place into a large bowl with olive oil, salt, garlic and black pepper; stir to combine well. Spread the squash out on a baking sheet into a single layer.
Bake in preheated oven for 12 minutes. Then flip and return to oven until tender and golden brown, about another 12-15 minutes.
When ready to serve meal, cut avocado in half and sprinkle with herbal salt.
Cook in peace, my friends!
PS – So you didn’t think that you would escape without a bit about EMFs now did you? Nope, not a chance. Eating in peace means that wireless technology does NOT have a seat at your table!
Bottom line: I want to share with you why I think you need an RF meter. This is the one I carry in my purse and will help you measure the wireless communications happening in the air around you. After all, RFs are an environmental toxin. This isn’t about being paranoid or fearful, it is about being in reality, increasing awareness and being informed. Just as you hopefully pay attention to the food you eat, you need to know what’s in the air that’s penetrating into your body.
A few personal stories to make my point…
When we arrived at the hotel last week in Austin, the first thing I noticed were the cell towers on top of the building. Good God almighty. Then, I noticed the hotel's tagline: relax, revive, rejuvenate (or something like that). And I think, “I’m sorry, but that’s fucking impossible when you are spending time and sleeping under a cell tower!” But I digress…
So Glenn and I took our meter and walked the entire hotel, looking for the safest place to sleep. Guess where it was? The fucking stairwells. OMG. When we expressed our concerns to the front desk about finding the safest room (there were a few that were better than others), we then met with the electrician. These people were very respectful of our needs and found the best room that we could given the readings on our meter.
Needless to say, I didn’t sleep well.
Then, a couple of days later, I visited with a friend who happened to have a pair of those wireless Apple ear pieces. I see adults and children everywhere now with these things and it takes every bone in my body, not to rip them out of their ears. Sure enough, I asked my friend to use them while I measured the RFs and my meter lit up like a Christmas tree with a bright red flashing light which means danger, get out now. And these fucking things are stuck in people’s ears? I can’t even.
One last story for you…back here in Lyons, we really enjoy eating at restaurant called Oskar Blues. They have the best bunless burger in the area. I happened to have my meter and it also got a red light – not flashing but red. So I start asking questions and all anyone can tell me is that they heard a rumor that there was a cell tower installed on the roof. Sure enough, there are two structures on the roof, but you can’t see what’s inside.
So I got the phone number for the man who owns the building, and I called him. He confirmed the rumor. When I expressed my concerns for the people eating there and working there, he said, “It is what it is!” And hung up the phone. As you can imagine, he hasn’t heard the last from me.
This is daunting. I get it. But it’s a necessary part of the process. The only thing that’s going to save us is…US! We have to stop buying this wireless shit. I mean, the holidays are upon us, right? Make a vow right now not to contribute to this toxic burden and don’t buy anyone anything that uses wireless technology. It’s a start.
Oh, and one more thing: one of my favorite podcasts – The Breakdown with Shaun King. He educates on social justice issues and does FANTASTIC work, except that he just got new sponsors for his show, which I understand, but dammit to hell if it doesn’t involve increasing RF exposure.
His first sponsor was for a wireless home security system. I’ve already heard of one person getting sick after installation of such a thing. Then, he shared the Calm app, where I guess you are able to play calming music and meditate at bedtime…from your smart phone. Now, maybe you can download the music, put your phone in airplane mode, and listen to it safely, but still. Most people aren’t going to know to do this even if it’s possible.
So get a meter. Learn about your environment at it relates to EMFs. Hire a building biologist if you need to. But don’t just sit there and be mindlessly radiated, ok? Do something.
Thanks for reading, enjoy some pecan chicken, kick wireless technology to the curb, and see ya’ll next week!