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From Chiapas to Rojava: seas divide us, autonomy binds us. Despite being continents apart, the struggles of the Kurds and Zapatistas share a similar purpose: to resist capitalism, liberate women and build autonomy.

From Chiapas to Rojava: seas divide us, autonomy binds us

Image: Tierra y Libertad by Matt Verges (can be ordered as a poster here). Power to the people can only be put into practice when the power exercised by social elites is dissolved into the people.― Murray Bookchin, Post-Scarcity Anarchism. Malabar Green Stem. Basella alba Malabar Green Stem This vine vegetable can reach up to 14' tall.

Malabar Green Stem

It thrives in warm weather and is tolerant of heat and humidity. It is a perennial tropical plant.This variety has a green stem and dark green thick fleshy leaves. What is it? - Maya Nut Institute. Maya Nut is the seed of a huge tropical rainforest tree, Brosimum alicastrum, in the fig family (Moraceae).

What is it? - Maya Nut Institute

It was the staple food for prehispanic cultures throughout the neotropics, who probably ate it boiled and protected it because it attracted their favorite game species (deer, wild pigs, tapir). Maya Nut was one of the most common tree species in the neotropics, ranging from central Mexico to northern Brazil. In some sites, such as the Pacific coasts of Mexico and Central America, and almost all of Jamaica and Cuba, Maya Nut was the dominant species in vast tracts of forest covering huge swaths of land from the mountains to the lowlands.

These were important “food forests” for hunter-gatherers and hundreds of species of birds and mammals. We estimate that only 5% of the original Maya Nut forest cover remains. Cauliflower Steaks with Ginger, Turmeric, and Cumin — Recipes from The Kitchn. The humble cauliflower might not seem like the most exciting vegetable, but cut one into thick slabs and roast it with spices, and you can transform it into quite the fine dish.

Cauliflower Steaks with Ginger, Turmeric, and Cumin — Recipes from The Kitchn

Rich with the colors and flavors of turmeric, ginger, cumin, and cilantro, these cauliflower "steaks" feel fancy enough for a dinner party, yet they're simple enough for an everyday supper as well. Roasting cauliflower turns it into something magical — nutty, sweet, and not boring at all. Cutting it into "steaks" helps the cauliflower roast more evenly (and it looks lovely, too). This version of cauliflower steaks takes a cue from Indian flavors, but doesn't require you to mix a ton of spices or spend much time over the stove. Just quickly sear the cauliflower in a skillet, then brush it with the spice mixture, and roast for about 15 minutes in the oven. Connect to create. About. I am the artist known as Jet and I have dedicated my lifes passion and my life, in all of its existence, to provide the service of creating art to make change happen.


After several years of journeying through life to find some sort of spiritual or religious significance to my existence I found my purpose and myself in art. I dedicated myself completely to my passion and I sacrificed my human needs and wants to give myself, entirely, to the spirit of human compassion. In 2011 I moved to Austin, TX to share my dream and ideas with the world. After being graciously accepted into the art community I began share my philosophies and art with the community. WeWork - The Platform for Creators. Pesticide Free Gardening. Many gardeners have an aversion to chemicals.

Pesticide Free Gardening

These gardeners may be devoted to pesticide-free growing, want to plant (and eat) edibles, or simply like the thought of keeping flower beds naturally healthy. Whatever the reason, there are key steps you can take to get and keep the pesticides out of your garden. Here’s what to do. Grow on a good foundation. Sifting Through the Soil. You can help your soil support your plants, flowers, trees, shrubs, and lawns by learning what it is made of.

Sifting Through the Soil

Testing your soil involves a simple do-at-home science experience that you can complete in an afternoon. Like many gardeners, I tend to focus my efforts at ground level. Learn to code and build web applications in one month. Reach Out: An Interview With Sheila Heti. Sheila Heti has been one of my favorite writers ever since I read her novel How Should a Person Be?

Reach Out: An Interview With Sheila Heti

When it came out two years ago. The book is about two best friends, Sheila and Margaux, who are loosely based on Heti and her real-life BFF, Margaux Williamson. Heti’s latest project is a book called Women in Clothes, for which she, Leanne Shapton, and Heidi Julavits sent more than 600 women a survey about what they wear and why. FREE TUMBLR THEMES.