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Sunday Thoughts

“In battle with an area of secret darkness, it’s crucial to enter wide-open dialogue with God about it. Open faced prayer flips the light switch.” – Beth Moore

I have so many things that I am trying to put out there. Praying for all and what we are trying to accomplish.

Blessings.

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Grateful to rest, anytime–anywhere.  When do you rest?  When do you reset?  I used to think I should only rest on the weekends, but lately I have needed to rest (at least with the voices in my head) everyday.

Blessings.

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100 Proof

Don’t stop being you just because others can’t handle you at full strength!  I am re-learning this…especially at work.  We are all valuable in our own ways.  Strut your stuff…show them what you’ve got!

Happy Thursday!

Blessings.

Bariatric Surgery - My Story · Cauliflower Rice · Dinner · Uncategorized · Vegetables · WLS

Cauliflower Fried Rice

This is so easy to make, and has fooled my nieces (they are eleven) in thinking that it is regular rice (they wanted seconds).  You can add any proteins or vegetables to it as you like, but since I was serving the Bok Choy and Japanese Chicken Thighs, I left it plain.

We buy the cauliflower rice already minced.  You are more than welcomed to google how to do that if you like, I don’t have that time.

I also cook this in my wok type skillet.  I begin with about a teaspoon of olive oil and heat the pan.  I cook this on high heat as well.  Begin by putting the cauliflower in the hot pan, and stir, adding salt and pepper (I don’t add a lot of salt as I add soy sauce).  Cook for about five minutes and then add about two teaspoons of sesame oil on the outside rim of the pan.  Stir and continue to cook until the “rice” browns a bit and most of the moisture is evaporated.Make a well in the middle of the pan.  Beat two eggs and add to the well.  Stir quickly, incorporating the rice.  Continue to stir and cook until the eggs are cooked.  Serve with some green onions on top and additional soy sauce.

If you want to add any kind of vegetables to this, I would add those before adding the eggs, and just heat through.  I have cooked this before with Chicken and with Shrimp (click for those recipes).

Enjoy.