My 2020 Year In Review

by Shobha Hegde
My 2020 year in review

2020 Year In Review

A new year means the ending of one year and the beginning of another. We celebrate by sending new year wishes and receiving elderly blessings. We look forward to a new year beginning, and, for some of us, we are happy to see the old year go.

My Journey

steaming vegetableThis year of Pandemic made me reconsider my lifestyle of how I eat and cook. It also made me read more about Nutrition and medicine. As I read more about this, I learned why mainstream medicine has not considered Food the first priority. Why food is not our medicine. In this article, I wish to give a glimpse of my journey in 2020. I have been doing waste management for almost a decade. This year has allowed me to revisit and change my thinking about home composting. I tried doing a bokashi way of composting which was successful. I started converting my kitchen waste into compost, a plant’s valuable nutrient.

Art and Craft

During my leisure time, I love doing art and crafts, which has been my hobby since childhood. I started greeting cards on birthdays, anniversaries, and festive occasions.

I have from an early age abjured the use of meat, and the time will come when men such as I will look upon the murder of animals as they now look upon the murder of men.

Leonardo Da Vinci

Since I have been growing microgreens for the past year. I grew microgreens handy available for my kitchen. This year had an opportunity to grow new exotic varieties of microgreens. Tiny shoots are called microgreens which have a lot of health benefits. My future article shares my experience on how to grow your microgreens in a kitchen garden.

Whole Plant-Based

I’ve been a type 2 diabetic for the past 5 years. Diet followed as per other diabetic patients .2020 has been a reversal for my health issues. I’m happy and completely free of medications. A complete lifestyle change with a whole plant-based diet. Extra avoid oil, sugar, and processed foods. This has been the turning point of my life. Happy to share my experience in my future post.

The human body has no more need for cows’ milk than it does for dogs’ milk, horses’ milk, or giraffes’ milk.

Dr. Michael Klaper

shobha-hegde-fermentation-stationI had zero knowledge of fermented food and drinks. I learned from my husband, who is fond of exploring new innovative ideas. In his leisure apart from his busy schedule of work. Last but not least, a blog to share my experience, knowledge about my above interest, and upcoming future project. My plan for 2021 is to improve my blog by learning content writing, and I wish to become a better writer.

I wish all my readers and subscribers a HAPPY NEW YEAR 2021

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