Roman’s 1:20 reads "For since the creation of the world God's invisible qualities--his eternal power and divine nature--have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse."
Everything in nature points to a mighty Creator.
Today we will be examining Lupine. Let's learn together what this beautiful flowering legume tells us about the importance of controlling our thought life.
If you missed today's episode, you can hear it by clicking on the player below.
Please plan to join me next Friday, the 21st, as we discuss the Heather (not me, the plant).
Links to today's resources (These are not affiliate links):
Miss Rumphius (for the kids)
Native American Medicinal Plants: An Ethnobotanical Dictionary
Purdue University Report
Lupine beats out Soy
History and uses
Bee pollinating Lupine
Planting Lupine Step by Step Guide
Just for fun:
Ready to try something different?
Cook with lupin flour. It's extremely good for you and gluten free! you can order it here.
For a different taste option, visit your local Italian grocery store in search of lupini bean.
Here is a recipe for cooking lupini beans.
This looks great too.
Also try using it in hummus.
Purple crayon time:
Are you listening with little ones? If so, here's a page where they can print or color lupine online. Bust out that purple crayon.
Or invite them to draw their own picture of lupine and send me a picture of their creation. I'd love to post it here.
Since you just learned about Lupine, you absolutely MUST read Miss Rumphius. Your children will love it. Mine do.
Heather Randall, host of A Musing
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