Recipe: A Parfait for Lovers
by Barbara Kessler of Rawfully Tempting
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A Parfait for Lovers
Transfer first pudding mixture to blender and add 2-3 T cacao powder.
Pour chocolate pudding into goblets or glass dish, filling 1/3 of serving glass. Top with equal amount of strawberry pudding, and finally, top with chocolate mixture.
Chill 1 -2 hours and serve – garnish with coconut, cacao nibs or chopped nuts.
Note: I usually don’t measure ingredients when I make pudding..just blend and taste. Add more chia or cashews to thicken. Adjust sweetener to your liking.
Want strawberry pudding more pink? Add a sliver of beet or 1T dried raspberry powder.
Have fun and create different layers. Surprise your sweetheart with this yummy, romantic dessert!!!
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We invite you to open a jar and spread our almond butter on a slice of apple. Experience its texture, savor its aroma and taste its whole-bodied flavor.
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Banner Hung In Protest of Yellowstone Buffalo Slaughter
A short time later, Buffalo Field Campaign received the following statement:
A Call to Action: Save the Buffalo of Yellowstone Park:
As the last resisters in Standing Rock hold off the pipeline, so do the last remaining 5,000 indigenous Buffalo here at Yellowstone Park. Every morning up to 100 of the sacred Bison are exterminated during a government-sponsored population control program. Today, at dawn, at least fifty of our Buffalo brothers were shoved into trailers and hauled to slaughter. There are 1,500 Bison that are slated to be captured and slaughtered.
Yellowstone Herd Bison are descendants of twenty-three Great Plain’s Bison who survived the 19th century extermenation campaign, managing to eke out a living in the corner of the National Park. Once, they numbered 60 million, and ranged the entire continent, supporting millions of Indigenous lives. Since 1901, they have managed to repopulate in this harsh reservation style habitat. However, each year through government mandate, Buffalo are trapped and slaughtered by contract killers–the pregnant mothers have their offspring ripped from their wombs. These last remaining Bison live precariously under govermental control and continue to be pushed into oblivion.