DAY OF THE DEAD MEXICAN FOIL ARTIST STUDIO BUNTING
DAY OF THE DEAD MEXICAN FOIL ARTIST STUDIO BUNTING DAY OF THE DEAD MEXICAN FOIL ARTIST STUDIO BUNTING DAY OF THE DEAD MEXICAN FOIL ARTIST STUDIO BUNTING DAY OF THE DEAD MEXICAN FOIL ARTIST STUDIO BUNTING DAY OF THE DEAD MEXICAN FOIL ARTIST STUDIO BUNTING DAY OF THE DEAD MEXICAN FOIL ARTIST STUDIO BUNTING DAY OF THE DEAD MEXICAN FOIL ARTIST STUDIO BUNTING

DAY OF THE DEAD MEXICAN FOIL ARTIST STUDIO BUNTING

Beautifully spoked Holy Kitsch! commisioned artist studio hand cut Mexican foil bunting, hand crafted in Mexico. Weather proof. About 4 metres long. 10 what appear to be random with artistry arranged banners on nice string nicely hemmed. There are three 3 main shapes with 4 different designs. These are from one of the main competing studios for creativity and finesse in the entirety of Mexico. The figures have a pleasing liveliness to them a treasure and Fair Trade.

 

Holy Kitsch! Anzac cookies

All produce aim organic purveyed by ethical producers and definitely not Genetically Modified check for GM free label. Food is modified so highly toxic chemicals can be used and importantly to unscrupulously manipulate the marketplace via mono-cultures destroy small farms and bees included plus increase the likelihood of the introduction of pathogens by the genetic manipulators in order to dominate global markets in which people on Planet Earth have no say leaving the entire future of all edible plant species in the hands of a few maniacs arrrgh! It is also used to make fruit taste more like baby food e.g. what happened to Bowen mangos and gee Asian green mangos are so good and non GM. GM food is neither hybrid or selectively bred it is inoculated with foreign genes including animal aaarrgh!

1 cup rolled or steel cut oats, 3/4 cup plain unbleached flour & wholemeal flour 50% of each or your choice, 1/2 cup desiccated coconut is pesticide free 1/8 cup raw sugar or less, 1 tablespoon golden syrup or Tasmanian leatherwood honey your choice,1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil, 1 teaspoon baking soda, 2 tablespoons fresh water or boil and filter it depending where on Planet Earth you inhabit. 

Mix wet ingredients. Mix dry ingredients. Mix both together, beat with large spoon. Take teaspoonfuls and drop onto a greased tin baking sheet or whatever safe support fits into an oven without the support melting or being toxic. Leave space between cookies to spread. Bake in a moderate oven 180C or 350F for around 15 minutes till golden. Allow to cool. Keeps well in a jar for lengthy periods.


 


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