Daily Archives: April 15, 2006

Recipe: Motza Brei

Motza is an unleavened bread that Jews eat during the Passover week.  It is a very dry bread that symbolizes the bread of affliction, the bread carried in haste as the early Hebrews escaped the brutality of slavery.  It represents the sacrifices that must be made for self-determination, self-governance, independence and justice.
I use whole wheat motza and serve it with yogurt and a fruit spread that is sweetened with fruit juice.  __________________________________________
Matzo Brei
Soak 3 motza in hot water until soggy._Drain_Scramble 5 eggs_Add one quarter cup soy milk or dairy milk_Add one tablespoon non alcoholic vanilla extract_Soak soggy motza in egg mixture_Fry, stirring occasionally.
Serve with sour cream (I use yogurt) and fruit spread.
Optional: add crushed bananas and raisins.
Andy likes to put hot sauce on my matzo brei, but I forgive him

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Omer Day 2 5766

Omer journal 5766 day 2
Text:_Week 1 Day 2 of the Omer 5766
Discipline in loving kindness_Gevurah Shebe Chesed
Al riesgo de parecer rediculo, el revolucionario está animado por gran sentimientos de amor_(At the risk of seeming ridiculous, the revolutionary is motivated by grand feelings of love)_-Che
the daily task of radical self care: good food, rest, meditation,  yoga, time for health, love, cleanliness, vitamins, medicine, reading, organization the simple placement of daily objects the blessings of minor daily rituals the relics of daily life.
waiting for small seedlings to grow.