Sea altars aren’t really that much different from any other altar that you would decide to set up but I figured I would just make this post about them anyway.
Things to (possibly) place on your altar:
- Shells (Clam shells are good because offerings can also…
dreams quietly about translating the krákumál
|I know you were talking about them in the mibbit and now I just read your post about them, do you have a recipe for the chinese bread you made?|
WOW I REALLY WISH MY INBOX WOULD HAVE TOLD ME THIS WAS HERE UM
SHIT THIS MUST HAVE BEEN HERE FOR DAYS
one sec because it’s in a cookbook
TSUNG YU PING
3 cups flour
1 1/2 tsp baking powder
1 tsp salt
1 tbsp sesame oil
1 cup water
3/4 cup finely chopped green onions
Mix the flour, baking powder and salt together in a bowl; add the sesame oil and just enough water to make a smooth dough (this should be about a cup, maybe a little more). Turn the dough out onto a flour surface and knead it for three minutes.
Divide the dough into six equal parts, and roll out each part into a circle about as big as a pancake, it should be very thin, too. Brush each circle lightly with sesame oil, and sprinkle a tablespoon or so of your green onions evenly over them; roll the circles up tightly (this is hard to do, so make sure to pinch the ends and sides together).
I found that the ropes of dough had to be worked with and kind of squeezed out to stay together, but once your dough is a manageable kind of rope, you make it into a coil, and flatten it out into the pancake-sized circle you started with, and now it will contain your sesame oil and green onions ;u;
You want these to be pretty thin so that they cook all the way through. It’s hard to make them STAY thin because of the dough’s elasticity, so keep patting them out up until the moment you cook them. Fry them in a cast-iron skillet in a thin layer of vegetable oil over medium heat for maybe five minutes on each side, and serve them hot.
Personally I like them for breakfast or dessert. Even though there’s no sugar in the recipe at all, they end up tasting pretty sweet.
oh god how does everyone have the focus to keep up with their faiths because i don’t think i do
i know what i believe it’s just that
activity and celebrations are so much work for a weary mind and a sick body
and maybe i shouldn’t be on these paths if i can’t walk them.
Reblog and see what you get!
I’ve cut myself twice so far carving a wooden idol.