David Icke

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Do you know about David Icke? We have come across some of his interesting work these last weeks. It has been so refreshing for our minds to hear someone who thinks totally out of this mainstream media-box the majority of human beings does. As you probably know by now, we are all about widen our horizons when it comes to different way of thinking and seeing our world. That is the magical part with spirituality. There is no end to it and we are definitely only in the beginning of our journey of never-ending evolvement.

David Icke speaks a lot about how our world is built up with corperations, secret governments etc. He explains why it is a tiny part of the world that has the most, and how come this system continues to feed itself. He is obviously fully aware and speaks about us human as…

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Live the Change and some Raw Buckwheat Porridge

940842_466998560051612_1737625495_n61506_437634719661493_385110871_nHappy shining Wednesday!

We got some comments lately that our lifestyles are quite extreme and first we almost got chocked and went like “whaaat extreme?! In what way?!”. Shortly after it totally hit us. Of course we are extreme if you compare to what the majority of the people on our planet think is “normal”.  The thing is we have now come to a point when it comes so natural to make the choices we do on a daily basis. We have passed the tipping point when you go from creating a habit to actually living it. It does not longer feel like we have to adapt our way of living since this now is our lifestyle. Oh boy, never felt better! 😉


We have told you before but it can be worth repeating, that so much more than we ever could be able to imagine has followed on our journey. When changing our eating habits…

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Cuisine de Lolie, Sens France

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Down the German autobahn to Sens, France like a band of gypsies, Quincy howling out his indignation at being shut up in a box and country music blasting to prevent us from tossing him from the speeding car.


When we reached Champagne country, “a pause for the cause” brought us to a packed restaurant called The Grill on the outskirts of Troyes.  We didn’t have a lot of time to enjoy this very good food but we will go back.  The andouillette was fabulous!


I had planned to cook when we got home but there were too many people to see and things to do.  I did go to the market for butter, boudin noir and grapes 🙂


And we did have a coffee, my husband in his very cool, “hand-me-up” leather jacket, a Christmas present we bought for our son one year that he never liked and refused to wear…

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Ham Salad

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Leftover ham and pre-boiled German eggs with a salad of roquette, cucumbers and radish.

Ham Salad

2 cups cooked ham, coarsely chopped

4 hard boiled eggs, chopped

1 scallion, thinly sliced

1/3 cup mayonnaise

1 heaping tsp mustard



Mix all ingredients together and serve with a green salad.

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vietnamese spring rolls

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Vietnamese Spring RollsVietnamese Spring Rolls are essentially are bundles of salad wrapped in rice paper. They are very versatile and may be made with whatever fresh ingredients you have on hand. It takes a little bit of time to prepare all the ingredients and a little practice to wrap, but the resulting spring rolls are certainly worth the time and effort. Make these for your family or serve them at your next party and they are guaranteed to be a crowd pleaser.

…traditionally filled with shrimp and pork, noodles, and an assortment of vegetables and herbs.  They are eaten dipped in either a spicy peanut sauce or nuoc cham, which is made with fish sauce, garlic, and chilis, or both. What I love about them is that they are fresh, healthy, and a lot of fun to make (and eat!).

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