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Cauliflower Tortillas

Several months ago Tim and I started the Keto diet. We have lost some weigh, and feel great, but we have missed tacos. Today I made cauliflower tortillas. I decided to share the recipe.

 

Cauliflower Tortillas

Tortilla Case

1 Three Pound Bag Green Giant Cauliflower Rice (Costco)

2 Eggs Slightly Beaten

¼ Teaspoon Salt

Other Seasonings—Your choice: Paprika, lime zest, cilantro (yuck, tastes like soap to me—that is a genetic thing, really.), cumin, black pepper or – use your imagination. I would recommend not more than ¼ teaspoon of each, though

Tortilla Equipment

Instructions:

  1. Preheat your oven and pizza stone to 400 degrees F
  2. Steam Cauliflower. I use my Instapot on the “rice” setting. I add about a cup of water
  3. Drain Cauliflower, and violently squeeze the water out of it! I use some silicon oven mitts.
  4. Transfer the drained cauliflower to a medium mixing bowl, and then add eggs, and seasoning
  5. Separate the mixture into 8 equal portions. I weigh the whole, then divide by 8
  6. Place each portion on a piece of parchment paper about 8 inches square
  7. Press each portion into a 6 inch circle using a separate square of parchment paper on top. I use my tortilla press—very gently!
  8. Place tortillas, with the paper underneath,  on the hot pizza stone.

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  1. Bake for 5-6 minutes.
  2. Flip and bake another 4-5 minutes. When they are done, they will look it! They will be slightly brown and curled around the edges.
  3. Stake and keep warm in a towel or tortilla dish and serve!
  4. Or, allow to cool on a rack to use later.

 

Tortilla Crop

Becoming a Believer, Sibling squabbles, Testing Your Faith

Out of the Mouth of Babes

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Photo by burak kostak on Pexels.com

 

When my granddaughters, Hannah and Audrey, were 5 and 3 years old, Hannah did something unkind to her sister. My daughter reprimanded Hannah.
Afterward, Audrey asked her mother “Mom, did you ever do anything mean to Heather?”
“Oh, yes,” Jasona, answered, “sometimes I was mean to my sister, too.”
“What did you do?”
Jasona related some story of her childhood when she had been unkind to her younger sister.
Audrey listened, then asked, “What were you thinking?”
“I don’t know, Audrey,” Jasona answered. “I don’t know what I was thinking.”
Three-year-old Audrey thought about that for a moment, then she said,

“You were listening to the sin in your heart.”