Our guests our Messianic Jews who eat according to what the Torah teaches, the guidelines written out in Leviticus. Without knowing it we have been on a journey towards this eating life style for the past three years. As I prep and prepare meals ahead of time I am learning all sorts of awesome way to prepare dishes, which in all honesty is exactly the way we have wanted to eat, but could either not afford or leaned on the lazy side, but mostly the costliness in it. Eating according to the Torah is going to push us closer to the way I think is best for our family. This eating style is really pushing us even closer to a whole foods life style.
What is a whole foods diet? It’s kicking out the already prepared meals, preservatives, food dyes, it’s eating fruits and veggies, it’s eating healthy meat untainted by junk in them. It’s drinking raw milk and making yogurt and cheeses from the fresh amazing milk. It’s getting the best grains possible, making sure they are nutrient dense. It’s being purposeful of what we put in our mouths. These days it means that our wallet has to open up a lot wider, but we are going to trust God to bring the money we need to pay for our nutrient rich, nourishing food. God is taking us on this path and he will bring the right farmers and the right prices. God knows what we need and I will say, “I don’t know, but God does, and he will figure it out”.
Mark and I are embarking on a journey, but it’s kinda weird because the journey is coming to us. We don’t know how long our journey will be or what it will look like, but we are excited to have a culture experience right in our own home! It’s gonna be great, because God is great, and everything He does is great, He has won my trust and were he leads I will follow.