The contemporary man does not know how to eat and he swallows instead of chewing well forgetting that the stomach has no teeth. Nowadays we do everything in a hurry. We eat badly, we breathe badly, we live badly and we do not care about our health by natural methods.
Remove meat from the marinade and grill until cooked and brown. Discard leftover marinade (if there are any of the ingredients left on the meat or vegetables as it may taste bitter if you decide to leave them on).
In a medium mixing bowl, combine yogurt, applesauce, vanilla, honey, beaten egg, and skim milk powder: mix well to combine.
Add baking soda and baking powder to the yogurt mixture. Mix well.
Gradually add the cereal and oatmeal mixture to the yogurt mixture and stir well.
Colorful of fruits and vegetables provide the wide range of vitamins, minerals, fiber and phytochemicals your body uses to maintain good health and energy levels, help protect against the effects of aging. The colour groups provide the following benefits for the corresponding organs:
Wagashi (和菓子) are traditional Japanese sweets that are typically enjoyed in combination with a cup of green tea, especially the types made of mochi, anko (azuki bean paste) and fruits. Wagashi are typically made from plant-based ingredients. They are completely different from their counterparts found in other countries. Usually less sweet, they match perfectly with a cup of green tea for a sublime Japanese teatime.
The word “yogurt” comes from the Turkish “yogurmak,” which means “to thicken.” It was first made, accidentally, by herders in Central Asia several thousand years ago. They used sheep stomachs to store their milk. The bacteria from the stomach lining thickened the milk into yogurt.
Yogurt has beneficial bacteria, calcium and protein. We believe yoghurt cleanses the body from toxins and poisons. From breakfast to dessert, there are endless possibilities for adding yogurt into your daily menu. You should eat yoghurt every day, at least one cup.
There are many benefits to growing your own food. Many people tend to throw away the seeds of vegetables and fruits they buy from stores. If you have some spare time, you can use these seeds to create a vegetable garden right at home. Here are a few things you need to start your first vegetable garden.
There are many benefits to growing your own food. Buying seeds or plants that were intended to be grown for a garden harvest is usually a better idea than relying on produce aisle leftovers to grow more edibles.
Many people tend to throw away the seeds of vegetables and fruits they buy from stores. If you have some spare time, you can use these seeds to create a vegetable garden right at home. Here are a few things you need to start your first vegetable garden.
A nicely baked egg sandwiched by two soft breadlike layers! Sold in the streets of South Korea, the Korean Egg Bread is wonderful in its simplicity. And they make the perfect super-easy breakfast food too! Based on other people’s descriptions, it has a somewhat similar taste to corn muffin with egg and has a slight sweet and salty taste at once.
Invented in the 1960’s, this classic Korean snack has all the basics covered. Pancakes, eggs, bacon, and cheese, all wrapped into one perfect portable little bun. These steaming little buns are perfect when it’s freezing cold outside, and since it’s January and all the holidays are over and done, let’s make something worth getting excited for.
Mochi is a very popular rice cake in Japan. It is made from a unique type of glutinous rice called mochigome. The grains are round and sweet. When boiled or steamed, the rice grains stick together. Afterwards, the rice is mashed to form a paste which is shaped into buns the size of your palm. Mochi has a similar form called dango. It is made from sweet rice flour or mochiko. A soft and chewy dough is made which can be used to form small pieces to eat.
Mochi is something you can’t get away from in Japan. It’s one of Japan’s most interesting foods, and it’s so chewy and delicious that mochi alone will have you yearning to return to an authentic Japanese mochi shop once your vacation is over.
Congee is another popular breakfast item in Macau. It comes with eggs, pork, or chicken. Having a bowl of congee in the morning will give you more than enough energy to last through to the afternoon. This is especially popular with employees who work manual labor. In this case, Piu Kei is the place to be with many different dishes to choose from, including their popular wonton noodle soup.