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I love your thoughts, mlou!
Posted By: Flower
In Response To: Even restaurants discover the importance of consiousness in food. (mlou)
What you're saying is so true. I worked in a kitchen for close to 7 years feeding up to 100 people three meals per day - with a crew of other women (mostly). We all shared a powerful agreement that our cooking, what we held in consciousness when we cooked, the gorgeous friendship we all shared all went into the food. And it did! We sang, laughed, shared hours of silence together. Oh that kitchen gleamed gold!! The food that went on those foodlines was an entirely different "animal" than what we get to eat most of the time. I absolutely can vouch that I NEVER needed to eat as much as I normally do. The food was so imbued with the Spirit of Love that you would simply become satisfied much more quickly. The implications are obvious. I've noticed that if I ever have to eat at a fast food restaurant, I always feel hungry when I'm done. Anyone else notice this? A woman (or man) who holds joy and blessing in her heart while she prepares her meals - well - I think it's one of the most important jobs on the planet. How devalued and taken for granted that job has been. How sad. That's my two calories worth.
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mlou -- Thursday, 2 April 1998, at 10:08 p.m.
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