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Stretch it, psyche!
“Everyone comes to shame through a people that cannot profit them, that brings neither help nor profit, but shame and disgrace” (Isaiah 30:5, NRSV). Yes, dear readers, like many before me, I’m doing a circular, self-referential hermeneutic of the Bible.
I’m reading my life into and from the Bible and/or other sacred text I find on the path.
Playlist: Evanescence—The Open Door, Fallen (must be something about this time of year), Rammstein—Rosenrot, Marilyn Manson—Eat Me, Drink Me, Rob Zombie—The Sinister Urge, Clan of Xymox—The Best of Clan of Xymox
To complement this musical mélange, I bring you a dessert, the base for which is a mélange of breads. I apparently took it upon myself to owe you all earlier this year. I made something similar in April.
After I moved out of my dorm, I took stock of my fridge stash at my grandparents’ house and decided to make French toast with the bread odds and ends. Like the bajillion-and-one vegans who have read Vegan with a Vengeance, I call mine “Fronch Toast,” too. However, I did not consult Isa Chandra Moskowitz’s book in the writing of this recipe.