June just started and already managed to surprise: it is snowing n Moscow and St. Petersburg, snow in summer? For me personally, June was marked with the beginning of my work in Сhallenge 22+, where I discovered so many new sensational vegan recipes.
The amazing recipes can be matched only with incredible phenomena.
One of such impressive phenomena is mystical crop circles or agroglyphs or structured geometric patterns created on the fields by flattening crop.
Formations are unbelievably beautiful. They may represent an animal image or a pictogram-a symbol, maybe a mathematical formula or an image of DNA, an astrological chart of planets, or a message that has not yet been deciphered .
The circles are reported all around the world, but 90% are concentrated in the South-West of England, not far from Stonehenge. Most often, circles appear over night. A large number of researchers or just circle hunters are after the mysterious creators of green crop masterpieces. Researchers are spending all night on the hills, waiting for the appearance of a new print. They say, that circles arise within seconds.
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Their size can vary for small to very large, almost from one edge of the filed to another, such formation can be fully seen only from a bird’s eye view. Studies show that the structure of plants in the circles is changed, demonstrating an elevated magnetic effect.
Maybe passing by alien ships leave us art messages or they simply share original travel notes?
The season of circles in the fields is open. This year, at least 17 formations have been reported but the busiest time is usually July and early August.
Want to learn more about crop circles? The site and blog of Michael Glickman, a crop circle researcher and architect by education, is a useful and fascinating resource.
I want to express my huge thanks and gratitude to Yogin Kaliji, who opened for me the miracle and beauty of the mysterious crop circles.
What about the recipe? This amazing and a very easy vegan yogurt recipe was shared by my vegan FB friend Julia. She lives now in Northern India, so she has to make some vegan food herself. To transform the nut milk into a light yogurt you just need a chili and warm summer weather.
Cashew mylk yogurt recipe.
- Cashew nuts – 70 g
- Water – 1 cup
- Chili – 3 -4 pcs
- Place nuts and water into the blender and mix it thoroughly to make a flowing homogenesous drink. It may take 1 to 5 minutes depending on your blender and nuts. It may be easy to blend first nuts with smaller volume of water, let’s say 1/2 of the cup then adding the rest and mixing all together.
- Rinse chili. Place the drink into a bowl or a glass jar, add chili and leave it in a warm place under lid or clothes over night.
- Remove chili. You may add vanille or a pinch of salt for a flavour.