Thursday, January 22, 2009

The Ministry of Divine Health Experiments with Solar Stove

KNN-Village of Peace
Dimona, Israel

The continuing quest to live in harmony with the natural elements of Yah's (God's) Creation, the Ministry of Divine Health in the African Hebrew Israelite Community or "Kibbutz Shomrei HaShalom" ("Guardians of Peace") is currently conducting experiments with solar stoves.

The all-vegan community, known for its holistic health practices and lifestyle, obtained the stoves from a manufacturer in India. Over the past several weeks, community nutritionists have prepared meals with a variety of seasonal organic vegetables. The results have been inspiring.

"I am still looking for the words to describe how tasty this food is," said Prince Danyel. "When you taste it you feel like it is the first time you have ever really tasted the vegetables. And it is without any seasonings what so ever!"

"You feel like you are eating energy with every bite," added one. "It doesn't matter if its hot or cold. Maybe this is why the ancients lived so long."

The Ministry plans to acquire more solar ovens both for the nutritional benefits, and the energy and environmental ones also. With so many days of sunshine in the Negev Desert the community members expect to reap economic dividends from savings on cooking gas and electricity.

We are already seeing benefits, even during this winter season," said Baht Ammi Baht Israel. We can't wait to see what happens in the spring and summer months."

The simple technology allows for a pot to be held in a cradle which receives reflected rays from the sun off a shield of metal strips that amazingly do not get hot at all in the process. To ensure that maximum benefits are achieved, local planners envision solar lunch days for the entire community and guests - another attraction for their way of life that has captivated guests from all over the world.

The vegetables are steam cooked in the stainless steel cookware in minutes retaining color, texture and incredible taste. The amazing results from the tests - conducted in the winter sun, more than assures community members that the benefits achieved are numerous.

Please click here for more information about the Hebrew Israelite Community's Village of Peace in Dimona, Israel.


Anonymous said...

Eh Heh!! Oonu bragging Up Yonder how Solar energy food taste so delicious and scrumptious; falvorsome and succulent; till Ounu cyant find words fi explain.

Well HalleluYah! Yah Khai! But Mi deh here soh inna Hinglan ( England) ah nyam food wey de taste an flavor so far from it mi haffi do ah long distance run fi cyatch -up wit de taste. Mi not craven, red yeye, nor long belly; but me waant some ah dat tasty food. Nasik Danyl mi sure sey by now you done fin' dem words fi explain de taste of the solar cuisine up inna de Kefah.

Hinglan was snowed out 'to RAHTID' ( WRATH IN JAMAICAN PATOIS).( Mi haffi mek sure de meaning is clear before some non-Caribbean Official try fi smoke mi out of annoy--mitty( mi cyant spell dat, no matter) and put mi pon Onish.) Den KNN Team den gwain get inna trouble. Everyting safe, me is ah Patois linguist. Smile.

Solar energy???? Yuh coulda freeze kelborne out a door, back-a-yard with snow 5 inches high! London INC. shut down like the Great Chicago Snow, Ahkote Baht Ammi! Waar yuh ah sey?

So me glad fi hear bout the Solar oven and ting dem ah cook wit natural energy food. But mi sey, when oonu ah nyam up tasty food up inna heaven, 'member we inna cold Hinglan whey freezing food back-a-yard cause Raaaaah! the
country so freezin col.

Oonu cyan laugh out oonu face if oonu want, because oonu cyan move de face muscles dem. Right now mi have a frozed face an ah well vex.


Caribbean Saint nat happy inna Hinglan...Mi gwain come home. End of..Selah.

Anonymous said...

HalleluYah! KNN STEP OUT BRAVE and introduced Carribbean Dialect Module One. Most of the lexicon is Jamaican but I will be introducing some Trinidadian expressions-whicn are less well known. Reggae universalised the Jamacian patois. Trinidad Calypso is more regional viv a vis the patois dialect.

The late Louise Bennette was the cultural icon who first gave literary status to the Jamaican her. In Trinidad in was Paul Keen Douglas who was the cultural folk linguist attache.( google him) A little lesson for the Saints and bloggers from the other diaspora global regions.

I will leave a glossary where necessary.

This is straight Trinidadian lime(talk) " So all yuh go lef me tu talk by meh self and not one ah all yuh even sey, dog whaa happenin? Nah! Nah! Nah! all yuh takin' dis ting an mek pappyshow ( tomfoolery).

Ah lef Trinidad and sey ah commin to look behind God back. Dey drop me in Englan'. When ah firs' ketch eye on de English people dem in a bus; I t'ought dey buried people together sitting up. De people dem did look like death luke warm. Ah run inside an start to bawl for mammy; saying I jus see ah bus full ah 'Dwen' 'Lajabless' an' 'Souconyah' ( dead aparition in Trinidadian folklore). Nuf ah dat.

If allyuh eh gimme any of de Solar food or at leas' some feedback; Ah goin tu fix me own Solar food in de Caribbean bush. An Ah gwain nyam it while a chorus of birds sing sweet melody to me and Islan' handsome men serve dis Caribbean Queen coconut water in de green shell...... beat dat Desert Solar Princess!"