Snow shadows make very nutritious breakfasts.
They dance with Vitamin D, which we northerners need in winter due to lack of adequate sunlight.
They are filled with flickering protein and trace minerals such as zinc and magnesium.
The calcium in snow shadows becomes apparent when you notice the bone-dense trees swaying in the wind. No osteoporosis for those who get their recommended Daily Amount of Snow Shadows!
If you haven’t eaten breakfast–or even if you have–please settle quietly to drink it your Recommended Daily Allowance of mid-winter snow shadows. You don’t even need to get cold or wear sunglasses.