Jasmine Rice w/ Red Clover Flowers

1 T toasted sesame oil
3 cups cooked Jasmine rice
6 cups of water
2 bouillon cubes
1 c Red Clover flowers

Heat the sesame oil in a large skillet over medium heat.  Scramble an egg in the oil, then add the Milkweed Shoots, ramps and garlic and cook stirring for 5 minutes add the remaining ingredients and cook until the rice is hot.  Stir in a cup of freshly picked Red Clover flowers at the last minute. Serve hot.

Nutrition Facts
Red Clover flowers  weapon against cancer, blood purifier, blood thinner, contains salicylic acid
pick them before they are pollinated, dry well, single layer to keep from getting petrius mold on them

Milkweed: protein 3.5 g, carbs 5.2 g, Iron 1.1 mg, potassium 345 mg, Beta Carotene 1166 ug, Niacin 1000 ug

Milkweed Bud Peas
Pick these before they turn pink and flower, while still in tight balls.  They usually taste like broccoli but also make a nice pea substitute when cut off the peduncles.

Pickled recipe 2 Tablespoons of tamari 2 Tablespoons honey 2 Tablespoons vinegar 4 ounces of water 2 Tablespoons sesame seeds (optional)

Pour sauce over a jar of freshly picked Milkweed buds. You may wish to blanch them first to be sure to get rid of any bitterness.  Close lid and let steep for several weeks.  Refrigerate.

Garlic: garlic is a powerful herb for the treatment of antibiotic-resistant bacteria.  ” No other herb comes close to the multiple system actions of garlic, its antibiotic activity, and its immune-potentiating power.”