As we sift flour and blend bread, we connect with todays almost forgotten art that people of the middle ages have been doing on a daily basis.
The act of making bread can be a form of prayer, a ritual done for the health of our family. By stirring and frying we are putting our thoughts of gratitude and love into bread so that kind, made by hand and intentionally, can not be compared to what is bought in the bakery, trade.
Masaru Emoto in his book “The True Power of Water“ explains the subtle form of energy called the hado. Everything that exists has vibrations or hado so we can describe it as “the total subtle energy that exists in the universe“. By studying hado, M. Emoto discovered that there are great differences in the quality of hado when it comes to different food preparation methods (whether prepared industrially or manually, in the home environment) and that there is a big difference in whether we are preparing food with love or when we are angry.
The process of making bread can be related to raising children because both require our presence, attention, gentle and nurturing thoughts, slowing down, exercising patience and a lot of love.
Dok prosijavamo brašno i mijesimo kruh, povezujemo se s danas gotovo zaboravljenom umjetnosti koju su ljudi od srednjeg vijeka svakodnevno sami obavljali.
Čin pravljenja kruha može biti oblik molitve, rituala kojeg činimo za zdravlje svoje obitelji. Mijeseći i gnječeći kruh, unosimo svoje dobre misli i želje pa se takav kruh, ručno i s intencijom rađen, ne može usporediti ni s kojim kupljenim u pekarnici, trgovini.
Masaru Emoto u svojoj knjizi “Istinska moć vode” objašnjava suptilan oblik energije koji se naziva hado. Sve što postoji posjeduje vibracije ili hado pa ga možemo opisati i kao “sveukupnu suptilnu energiju koja postoji u svemiru”.
Proučavajući hado, M. Emoto je otkrio kako postoje velike razlike u kvaliteti hadoa kad je riječ o različitim metodama pripreme hrane (je li pripremljena industrijski ili ručno, u okrilju doma) te da postoji velika razlika u tome pripremamo li hranu s ljubavlju ili kada smo ljutiti.
Proces pravljenja kvalitetnog kruha se može povezati s odgajanjem djece jer oboje zahtijeva našu prisutnost, pozornost, blage i njegujuće misli, usporavanje, vježbanje strpljenja i mnoštvo ljubavi.
Beeswax wraps are the perfect alternative to tin foil and cling film and are a great solution for everyone who wants to reduce their ecological footprint while using less plastic in everyday life.
The warmth of your hands gently melts the wax enough to make it malleable and stick together.
The beeswax wraps allow the food to breathe, stay alive and keep fresh. Beeswax wraps can be used directly on food and to cover food containers.
To clean, simply wash by hand with a cold to lukewarm water(you can use some ecological, mild soap) and allow to air dry before storing. Do not place them on direct, strong sun because wax can melt.
Not to be used with raw meats, fish, hot foods, or any heat producing appliances( i.e. microwaves, dishwashers etc.).
You can use them to wrap your food, lunch or your kids snacks for school, wrap cheese, bread, muffins, halves of fruits…
Parsley and celery, wrapped in wax and stored in the refrigerator, will keep it fresh longer than in the plastic foil because vegetables continue to “breathe“.
Once they have reached the end of their life, they can be re-waxed if you wish. With proper use and maintenance, wraps can be of good quality and daily service for at least half a year. All wraps are hand-cut, made of quality cotton in a smoke free home.