It’s raining. It’s sunny. I’m setting my air conditioner on heat, and then cool, and then I’m turning it off and hoping for the best. I just finished writing my newest suspense novel and am pretending I’m not nervous as I wait to hear what my agent thinks of it.
My tomato plants are as tall as I am, but if another storm kicks up again, I could lose them. Spring is full of surprises, and not just the weather. So, what do you cook?
What about tacos? The walnutty filling will nourish and comfort you whatever the weather, and you don’t have to turn on the oven. To top them, reach for the nuts again—almonds, this time for a faux sour cream you can use on everything from baked potatoes to brownies.
This quick-to-fix dish will help you sail through summer and beyond.
ASSUAGED SNIPPET: There are undeniable health benefits associated with raw foods. There are essential nutrients often lost in the process of cooking. For optimal health set aside some extra raw ingredients (chopped/diced) and add them on top of this dish just before serving.