No photos today as I make a vegetable soup from what I found in the refrigerator. Then I made a bulgur wheat dish with miso for flavoring. It doesn’t look like much, but it tastes good. I made cashew milk and cereal for breakfasts. We make steel cut oats for 3 days at a time and then just heat them. I have the Quinoa cooling to make a salad for Sunday.
In between, I supervised some yard work and did research on AI on sheep. It turns out that it is much more difficult than on cattle. There is also the expensive proposition of bringing in the semen and all the paperwork that involves. After talking to Washington State University, it doesn’t look like something I can afford.
So near the end of the day, I decided that I needed something fun and started this dish cloth. The yarn is pure Peruvian prime cotton from Juniper Moon Farms. It’s a simple K and P pattern from Janet Nogle