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Cheap Meal and Good Medicine

Flatbread, Olive Oil, Za’atar

Some food to eat…

I’m making potato soup today and needed something fast for breakfast. I’ve missed this for a while. Flour tortilla’s seem to keep forever in or out of the refrigerator, so that’s my fasted solution for flatbread. Za’atar is a blend of spices and herbs of Middle Eastern tradition. It’s said that they “eat their medicine.” It’s not so well known in rural areas of the Midwest.

Something goes missing when you cook the spices – just the bread, then drizzled with olive oil and Za’atar – and salt to taste.

If you’re looking for fast and cheap alternatives between more costly meals, this is worth having in the pantry. I’ve found the best blends on Amazon, vs McCormick spices in the grocery store. It can last a long time. I’m going to stockpile some flour tortillas until I learn to make flatbread. It tastes best when the tortilla is a little charred.

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Impossible things in the Place we were given to Learn and Create

Some food for thought…

Search “Simple Inventions Super Glue and Baking Soda” on YouTube for some more amazing ways to hold things together and to create impossible things.

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