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Month: October 2020

Foods To Eat On Travel

Have you planned a long trip? Are you out to explore the world by every means of transport such as train, air flights, road travel etc? Are you a little bit weary that you have to attend the rest room often? This article on foods to eat while travelling to avoid frequent poop-stops has just the valuable information to help you out. There may be several reasons why you make frequent trips. It could be the result of allergy or food intolerance. If you have similar doubts, then better note the specified foods in a diary. For example, you…

Enjoy This Delicious Japanese Sakana Nabe With Your Friends And Family

In Japan sakana nabe (fish stew) is a very popular dish. It is popular all year round but is more popular during winter. Lots of Japanese nabe recipes needs ingredients that are only available in Japan. This recipe is for a nabe that you can prepare wherever you are. If you are having problems finding the proper ingredients, you can use similar ingredients that have similar taste. The preparation is also very easy and you can also prepare this outdoors and enjoy it with your friends and family. Japanese Sakana Nabe Recipe Ingredients: – Any kind of white meat…

Easy Vegan Lunch Ideas – Healthy and Easy-To-Prepare Vegan Lunch Foods and Recipes

Week-day lunch for most folk should fulfill two criteria: it must be easy and quick to prepare, and it also should be tasty and enjoyable. For persons on the vegan diet, sometimes they can get a bit exhausted of thinking of new and exciting lunch ideas that are easy to prepare. In actual fact, there are so many tasty ideas and recipes for healthy vegan lunches, it’s all about knowing your options! Below are some fun and delicious ideas for your vegan lunch, as well as some delicious and super easy vegan lunch recipes for you to make. Crackers…

How To Find The Perfect Vegetable

Vegetable shopping: Vegetables should be firm and have a nice appearance. The color should be rich. Vegetables are like men, if they’re wilted and flabby, leave them in the store. Go for the young and firm. (This could be the reason that I’m back sitting on the shelf.) Asparagus Asparagus stems should be firm and thin, with deep green or purple closed tips. Use asparagus within a day or two after purchasing for best flavor. Store in the refrigerator with the ends wrapped in a damp paper towel, and be sure to place the asparagus in the back of…

Salad Recipe Information for Everyday Healthy Eating: Eat Better, Feel Better, Live Better

WHAT IS A SALAD ANYWAY? Salad Definition: – “any combination of raw or cooked vegetables, meat, seafood, and/or fruit, nuts, or cheese usually served with a topping (dressing) or a dip”. Boy that’s simple – and it leaves us with endless creative possibilities. There are many common salad ingredients which can be used in combinations for: – green salads – mostly made with a type of lettuce as a base ingredient – added items could be raw vegetables, fruits, nuts, cooked meats, eggs, cheeses, etc. These are usually topped with a dressing that is either mayonnaise based (dressing) or…

"Ultimate Uncheese Cookbook" – Innovative, Healthy, & Delicious Recipes From Plant-Based Ingredients

Joe Stepaniak’s “Ultimate Uncheese Cookbook” was among the first cookbooks I bought after deciding to adopt a vegan diet 3 years ago. For those not familiar with the term “uncheese”, Stepaniak uses it to describe rich-tasting spreads, dips, sauces and blocks produced with dairy-free whole foods (primarily beans, nuts, or grains). Cheese lovers be forewarned: you may be in for some disappointment if you’re expecting tofu to taste like Feta cheese or chickpeas like Havarti. The book’s introduction even acknowledges that “uncheeses are not going to be like dairy cheeses, so please adjust your expectations accordingly. “ Unfortunately I…

Gardening With Kids in Early Spring – Planting Peas, Radishes, and Spinach, Plus Kid-friendly Recipe

If you and your kids have been anxiously awaiting getting back in the garden, the wait is over! There are a number of fabulous spring veggies you can start weeks before the last frost, as early as the soil can be worked without sticking to your tools. Many of these crops also happen to be extremely kid-friendly. The Perfect Pea My all-time kid favorite is the shelling pea. Here are some of the reasons they are my absolute top pick for gardening with children: 1) You can plant them early in the season, perfect for impatient little ones (and…

Tasty and Easy Baby Shower Food Ideas

Are you throwing a baby shower and wondering what on earth to serve? Check out the ideas below to get great food ideas. No matter when, what or where, these ideas will have your guests raving about your hostessing abilities! Easy Baby Shower Food Ideas My favorite kind of baby shower foods (or any event that I’m hostessing for that matter) are some of the most delicious appetizers and the most easiest to make. Something to keep in mind when planning a shower – the time frame of the event is really going to determine what you can and…

Getting Kids to Eat Vegetables

Have you ever made peas and carrots for dinner and put them on your child’s plate? If you have, then you now know the many ways children will hide these green and orange pieces from their plates. They will lose them on the floor. They will feed them to the dog. They will hide them in their napkin. They will scoot them under another item on their plate. Kids will try just about anything to not eat the peas and carrots sitting in front of them. Take those same veggies and add them to fried rice or to fettuccine…

Easy Christmas Appetizers – Ideas to Get Your Party Off to a Great Start

The appetizers you serve at your Christmas party or at your Christmas dinner don’t have to be difficult to make. Going with traditional favorites with a little twist will make your Christmas appetizers memorable and will get your party off to a great start. Serving eye appeasing and delicious appetizers at your Christmas party is essential to a successful fun party. People love appetizers, finger foods and tend to gravitate to the food. Good appetizers are a great way for people to start conversations with each other too. Some traditional appetizers to serve around Christmas time include * Deviled…