mindful cooking.

There’s a renewed purpose that ignites when I practice mindfulness during every-day tasks.

I like to practice this when I cook. I honor the ingredients, the labor that harvested them, and the earth that sustained them.

And all of the sudden, in the middle of a messy kitchen, I’ve embarked on a spiritual practice. One that turns my redundant mindset, to one of reverence.

[Ingredients and resulting plate are from a live-cooking lesson with Charles Michel. Food prepared and assembled by Katie Lipsmeyer]

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