Nourish

“I love to talk about cooking and recipes, but I love as much talking about how food and cooking can change the world.” 

~ Jose Andres
Garden Path With Chickens by Gustav Klimt

More on nourishment:

“If you can’t feed a hundred people, then feed just one.
~ Mother Teresa

“Art was, seriously, the only thing I’d ever wanted to own. It has always been for me a stable nourishment. I use it. It can change the way that I feel in the mornings.”
~ David Bowie

“Just as food eaten without appetite is a tedious nourishment, so does study without zeal damage the memory by not assimilating what it absorbs.”
~ Leonardo da Vinci

“True silence is the rest of the mind, and is to the spirit what sleep is to the body, nourishment and refreshment.”
~ William Penn

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Nourish     /ˈnəriSH/     verb

1- provide with the food or other substances necessary for growth, health and good condition. “I was doing everything I could to nourish and protect the baby”

2- keep (a feeling or belief) in one’s mind, typically for a long time. “he has long nourished an ambition to bring the show to Broadway”

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