Cook brown rice – short grain, long grain or basmati with chopped butternut squash. Blend 2-3 dessertspoons of shelled hemp seeds and a tablespoon of raw honey (or brown rice syrup, coconut syrup or maple syrup) with half a cup of filtered or spring water. Add to rice with chopped blueberries, activated seeds and bee pollen etc.
Soak a half an inch of wakame seaweed with a half a cup of water in a pan, bring gently to a simmer. Take a tablespoon of miso* and put in a cup adding enough water to form a paste, slowly adding a little more water to be able to pour into the pan with the wakame seaweed. Use a heat diffuser (a metal mat that goes under the pan on a gas cooker) as this will enable the miso to cook at a very gentle heat without destroying the friendly bacteria, and cook for 3-5 minutes. Pour into a bowl and add rice noodles (organic brown rice, white rice or black rice) or a whole grain.
*Miso is a live food, containing lactobacillus as in yogurt, which aids in digestion and assimilation. For centuries it has been touted as a folk remedy for weak digestion and food allergies etc.