First time I laid my eyes on this beauty (Marta's Clover) was about two years ago when artist @martafromme visited us in our studio in Gothenburg. The orginal was a wood cut print, and we fell in love with it right there and then. I'm glad to say that it's still available, over at @finelittledayshop
Do you know why the houses in Sweden often are red? Back in time, poor people had wooden houses, while only wealthy families could afford to build houses made of brick or stone. In order to copy the brick color, people started to paint their wooden houses in red, with Falu rödfärg. The pigment is a biproduct from the Falu coppermine (Falu koppargruva) where you can find a sort of ironoxide (järnvitriol) - the basic ingredience in Falu rödfärg. Today's history lesson!
Next week's supply ready! Almonds, flakes, oats, wheat bran, dried dates, walnuts, hazelnuts, pumpkin seeds, chia seeds, sunflower seeds, coconut flakes, coconut oil (about two spoons) and cinnamon. Spread the mix on a baking sheet. Bake for about 10-15 minutes. Serve with yogurt or kefir and honey!