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***EASY RAITA one of the biggest shifts in my life was beginning to keep / grow herbs. this makes my simple meals feel really special and fresh. I use fresh mint all the time! 1 cucumber (or half if you’re just using for a single sitting) 2 cups / standard “big” container of greek style milk or dairy-free yogurt (or half) — I use anita’s coconut yogurt, my splurge of life, but amazing for cooking. 1 big handful of mint , chopped (recipe check says “1/4 cup”) cumin cayenne pepper lemon juice I’m lazy with my raita. I basically chop half a cucumber, stick it in yogurt, add chopped mint, a little lemon juice, and sprinkle cayenne, cumin, salt and pepper to taste, and then eat it, a bit runny, on my food. it tastes great. but you can also leave it in the fridge, if you make it before. I actually really like to have cucumber yogurt similar to this for breakfast, so if you make it in the morning, make a bunch, eat some, and save some to use on dinner! Enjoy, in good health, my friends. With love, in solidarity, ONWARD Lynne

“If you really want to make a friend, go to someone’s house and eat with him… the people who give you their food give you their heart.” -Cesar Chavez /// 73 ///

New Economy Chapbook Cookbook Volume 1  
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