See that jar on the left? That’s the first Love Jar, from January 1, 2017. I took the photo above today. I understand if you’re skeptical. I would be too. But this is indeed the same jar, same rice with which my granddaughter and I began our first water and rice experiment two years ago today. I can’t explain the rice looking so good. I can tell you, it doesn’t smell as good as it looks. Not as bad as the other two, which just about made me faint, but bad enough.
This experiment gives me hope that loving gratitude can indeed change our lives, and perhaps our world.
The goal: To learn whether kind thoughts would cleanse the rice and water in the two yukky jars
See those three jars? They’re part of an experiment the eight-year-old and I began on January 1 …
Is your honey real? Did it come from bees? Three-fourths of “honey” sold in the U.S. may not be traceable to bees.
Ever wonder what honey looks like under a microscope? This week I’m hunting pollen grains in my unfiltered, wildflower honey.
Ever wondered what yeast looks like under a microscope? Every time I feed my starter or knead a new loaf, I wish I could see what happens to the yeast. Well, now I can, and I’ll share my exploration with you. Come see my very first microscopic pictures of wild-yeast sourdough starter.