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*******www.kefirstarter****/ Kefir Starter contains Kefir, a very old tangy, yogurt-like drink created coming out of fermented milk. Kefir Starter is a good source for natural minerals and probiotics. Get Kefir Starter now and become healthy.
10 Mar 2011
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*******highlyuncivilized**** Kefir takes anywhere from 1 to 2 days to ferment and less than 3 minutes to prepare. Our equipment setup cost less than $2, and we've been using the same grains we bought 3 years ago. Fresh Kefir every other day. Kefir is a fantastic source of probiotics, simple to make, and you can drink it straight or add it to recipes like vitamin shakes or even Kefir ice cream.
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*******www.howtogrowplumeriafrangipani**** Growing Plumeria Cuttings, Plumeria Plants and Tropical Plants with the Egg Method. Plumeria cuttings which are planted using the egg method correctly develop a massive root system in record time. It is no longer necessary to sacrifice any inflorescences that develop during the rooting process. Inflorescences and roots develop simultaneously. Plumeria plants which are planted applying the egg method correctly show lush growth and massive flower production. The keeping quality of the flowers increases as well which means the flowers stay fresh longer. The egg method which is based on anaerobically fermenting eggs and probiotics not only benefits plumeria cuttings and plumeria plants but many other tropical plants as well, including bananas, gingers, heliconias, hibiscus and many more. According to Biofeed Probiotics ‘plant stimulants, plant hormones, are produced during the metabolism of some bacteria, yeasts, molds, and cyanobacteria’, also known as blue-green algae and blue-green bacteria. These plant stimulants, plant hormones, include auxins, gibberellins, cytokinins, florigen and salicylic acid. *******www.howtogrowplumeriafrangipani****
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*******www.bestfaxlesspaydayloans.tk/ - CRAZY! A homeowner in southern Sweden got a shock when he found a drunken elk stuck in his neighbour's apple tree. The moose was apparently on the hunt for fermenting apples when she lost her balance and became trapped in the tree. Per Johansson, from Saro near Gothenburg, found the elk making a roaring noise in the garden next door. He called the emergency services, who helped him free the boozed-up beast by sawing off branches. She spent the night recovering in the garden. The next day she took herself off into the woods with her hangover. Drunken elk are not an uncommon sight in Sweden during autumn, when there are plenty of apples about. Other residents of Saro had seen the elk on the loose in the preceding days. Mr Johansson said the elk appeared to be sick, drunk, or "half-stupid", the Associated Press reported. Don't be drunk, Get a $1500 No Fax Payday loan in 1 hour at *******www.bestfaxlesspaydayloans.tk/
9 Sep 2011
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*******SupremeMasterTV**** – The Timeless Art of Turkish Ceramics (In Turkish). Episode: 1782, Air Date: 1 August 2011. Today’s A Journey through Aesthetic Realms will be presented in Turkish, with subtitles in Arabic, Aulacese (Vietnamese), Aulacese (Vietnamese), Chinese, English, French, German, Hungarian, Indonesian, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mongolian, Persian, Portuguese, Persian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Turkish. We come from a culture with multiple roots. During the Hittite period, the mud was shaped in the best possible, the most beautiful way. In the works that we create, we are inspired by the Hittite and Phrygian forms. Welcome, exquisite viewers, to A Journey through Aesthetic Realms on Supreme Master Television. Turkey has a continuous history of ceramic arts dating back to as long as 8,000 years ago. During the Hittite Kingdom in 1400 BCE, the making of pottery and ceramic ware reached an unprecedented height. Its influence on the design and manufacture is still evident on Turkish earthenware today. Blessed with an artistic heritage and rich resource of raw materials, the Turkish ceramics sector has grown tremendously in the past decades, with quality merchandises exported to many countries around the world. In today’s show, we will visit a family-based workshop named Güray Seramik, located in Cappoadoccia, central Turkey. It is operated by 5 master artesans and a team of 70 supporting specialists. Let’s meet Mr. Tamer Kankal, master of ceramics and manager of Güray Seramik. I would like to welcome you in the name of the Güray family. We have been in the business of the art of pottery and ceramics for around 200 years, conveying this art form and introducing it both in and outside the country. We also have the pleasure of meeting the ceramic master Mr. Aydin Afacan, painting artist Mr. Noyan Yayla, as well as master of red and white clay ceramics, Mr. Suat Aldağ. Hi, my name is Noyan Yayla. I was born in İstanbul. I studied at Marmara University, Fine Arts Faculty, but I started painting thanks to my father. My father, I think, is an important painter; his name is Uğur Yayla. I started at the age of 12 with my father’s encouragement. And I have been doing this job for 16 years. The first step in the art of making pottery and ceramics is to prepare the clay. In this part of the workshop, they are working on preparing the red mud pie. It is stirred in pools shaped like this with water, then kneaded and remolded until it becomes like dough. After it is put to rest for three, four days, this mud comes out inside this machine. The stones inside this are crushed. And later, our mud is put through inside this machine. The purpose here is to get rid of the air bubbles inside. The mud from which we took away the air bubbles comes out like this. And then, this mud, inside of plastic bags, so it can go through some kind of fermentation, is kept for about three, four months. After several months of storage, the mud pies can be used for shaping various styles of pottery products on a lathe. There are various techniques for pottery making. One of them is the mold method. We are using the plaster as the mold. One of the most important characteristics of this is that it absorbs the water. This plate that our master created, along with its mold, is put aside so that it can dry out. At the end of these two days, our plate is separated from its plaster mold. And later, it is left alone to dry by itself naturally, for about 15 days. And these products that are put to rest are later baked in the oven at 950 degrees [Celsius]. The difference between pottery and ceramics consists of both the starting materials and the process of creating them. Let me give you some brief information regarding how we obtain the white mud which we use in the making of the ceramics. The most important difference that distinguishes it from the red mold is the various minerals that we add inside. The two most important ones are quartz and china clay. Quartz makes the product more durable after the baking and improves its quality. China clay is the material that gives the white color to this clay. Off the lathe, the ceramic objects are allowed to dry for 3 to 4 weeks instead of 15 days. Then they are baked for 8 hours in the furnace at 1040 degrees Celsius, 90 degrees higher than the temperature used for pottery. Another 8 hours are needed for the heated products to cool down slowly in the oven. The baked artifacts are checked to screen out imperfect items before being passed to the decoration artists. First, the pattern is roughly outlined on the plate. This is freehand work. Later, there is the coloring process. Here, clay-based paints are used. These products are coated with a material called glaze. Inside this glaze, there are materials such as granulated glass. As you can see, the pattern lays beneath this glaze. And, it is baked again for the second time at 950 degrees. And here, this material which we call glaze melts down and becomes transparent, thus forming this glassy layer. Due to the quartz which is in the mud, and the quartz which is the glaze, after the baking process, our products become much more durable. The richness of Turkish ceramic arts is reflected in the colors, patterns, and forms of the products. The colors, we will see at first, are blue and white. And these are works which date back from the Seljuk period. It is cobalt blue. In nature, it can easily be found. Colorful works can be classified as gillyflower, tulip, rose motifs, tree of life motifs, and later on, 16th and 17th century Ottoman miniatures. Images on the ceramics represent symbolic elements found in religion, custom or history. Every shape that is drawn on the plates, on the works, has a meaning. Gillyflower is the flower that represents Heaven. Tulip is the traditional flower of Turkey. And rose is a story which tells that our prophet’s skin smelled of rose. When it comes to the tree of life, it is a plate that represents family, longevity, and also abundance. This side represents the father, and this side represents the mother, and this is a pattern that represents children, generations. And Ottoman miniatures are the works on which the court life of the sultans are depicted. The aesthetic forms of each object are often associated with important folklores. Most of the things we work on are actually urns, pitchers, jugs which were used in past mythologies. I think one of the most beautiful work of arts that this culture produced is the form known as Hittite Sun or the God of Sun, one of the most important deities that the Hittites believed in. In religious ceremonies, at rituals and at the altars, they offered drinks to the gods using these forms. The road to become a master of pottery or ceramic art has many requirements. One starts around age 10 or 12. It takes 4 to 5 years before an apprentice is allowed to practice at the workbench, if the master deems the student is very promising. In the next 4 to 5 years, the student learns from the master’s special techniques. Overall, it takes about 10 years for an apprentice to become a master. What are some of the traits that a professional earthenware artist should have? Actually, you do not need to have a special education to do this. It’s just that you really should want to do this because this job requires us to practice all the time. You also need to have some visual talent. Learning, collaborating, and sharing of inspiration and knowledge are catalysts for creativity. These occur on a continuous basis. During my time with the students, while I am teaching them the lathe, I am also learning myself. Apart from that, the place we are in now is a store, a family that is open to all kinds of forms. We discuss what we can do altogether. We try to find a solution together. The pottery and ceramic art masters describe their special feelings about the profession. I am very relaxed, I mean the way I see life is also like this. It is a very enjoyable job. You are working with a material which is limitless and three dimensional. I am very peaceful and relaxed because it is a job that gives pleasure. The gracious Güray Seramik team sends their warmest regards to Supreme Master Television viewers. For your interest in our special products, our special culture, we would like to say thank you. I wish you happiness and success. If you want more information or want to be visually satisfied better, you can visit us. Our many thanks, Mr. Tamer Kankal, Mr. Aydin Afacan, Mr. Noyan Yayla, and Mr. Suat Aldağ, for introducing to us the fascinating Turkish pottery and ceramic arts. May you continue to preserve your precious traditional artistic heritage, creating unique and exquisite products which add beauty to the lives of many. Friendly viewers, thank you for your wonderful presence on today’s A Journey through Aesthetic Realms. Up next on Supreme Master Television is Vegetarianism: The Noble Way of Living, after Noteworthy News. May your tranquil moments be showered with heavenly inspirations.
22 Oct 2011
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*******www.sauerkrautcrock****/ This sauerkraut crock has excellent features for fermenting foods, notably the band for water that forms an airlock to keep bacteria from invading your ferments. Notice that feature and others in this sauerkraut crock review.
5 Nov 2011
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*******SupremeMasterTV**** – Delights of Ethiopia:Coffee and Injera (In Amharic). Episode: 1832, Air Date: 20 September 2011. Today’s A Journey through Aesthetic Realms will be presented in Amharic, with subtitles in Amharic, Arabic, Aulacese (Vietnamese), Aulacese (Vietnamese), Chinese, English, French, German, Hungarian, Indonesian, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Mongolian, Persian, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish. Greetings, kind viewers, and welcome to another episode of A Journey through Aesthetic Realms. On today’s program we’ll explore the Ethiopian injera and coffee culture, and discover the birthplace of coffee or “bunna,” as it is called in Amharic. The beautiful country of Ethiopia, located in northeast Africa, has many wonderful customs associated with delectable food and beverages. Inspired by the Orthodox Church tradition, Ethiopian cuisine is famous for its delicious vegan dishes. While diverse cultures exist in the nation, typical Ethiopian meals feature a sourdough flatbread or injera, various spicy vegetable dishes called “wats,” as well as an after-meal espresso-style coffee. Let’s first take a look at how injera is prepared. Now I am going to show how to make teff injera. Teff is native to Ethiopia. Teff has three varieties; we call them white, mixed, and red teff. Teff contains iron and also other nutrients. The most widely used food in Ethiopia is teff. Teff can be eaten with anything. Teff’s straw is called “chid.” And the straw is used for making traditional mud houses by mixing with mud. The grain looks like this. This is white teff grain. It is sifted, cleaned and ground. After grinding, the flour looks like this. This is white teff. I put the white teff flour in here and knead it. We knead it, and we add yeast to it. We can make one to two injeras from this. We ferment it. This is the fermented teff. It has been three days since we made this dough. We add “absit.” Absit is made by adding teff flour to boiling water, then we put it to the fermented dough after it cools down. Then we wait for about an hour. Making injera requires very simple yet special equipment. This is called “gulcha.” We put the griddle on 3 gulchas used to support the griddle. And this is “mitad.” It is called “ye’injera mitad.” And it is used to make injera and many other things too. We can also use it to bake bread. This is called “akenbalo;” it is made from black soil, ash and mud. And this one is made from clay soil. This is clay soil. To make the best injera, it is very important to heat the griddle evenly and thoroughly. We sprinkle something to ignite the firewood, to burn the firewood fast. Then we sprinkle Ethiopian cabbage seed powder. It will tell us when the griddle glows. It is called “gomen zer.” It makes the griddle more beautiful. It takes 30 minutes. When it glows, we clean the powder and put the dough on it. Now we need to add some firewood on all sides to burn the fire well for the griddle to glow well. We need some straw to burn the fire well. We use this to set the fire. It will have smoke while burning. Once the griddle is thoroughly heated, it’s ready to make injera. This is a cleaning cloth. I am cleaning, like this, to give the griddle a beautiful sheen and so that the injera will not stick to it. Now we bake the injera. This is called circling. Circling injera. Now it is hot enough. We cover the lid after it forms some kind of holes. So, it takes some 3 minutes to bake. It needs to be baked well. And this “sefed” is to take out injera. This is where we put the injera. Now we take out the injera. We detach the edges like this to avoid tearing off. Then we put the sefed under. Yes. I put it here. This is “mesob” for injera. Injera is often torn into small strips and served with “wats” or vegetable dishes. After a satisfying meal with scrumptious injera, it’s time for coffee. The story of coffee begins in Ethiopia, the original home of the coffee plant, Coffea arabica, which still grows wild in the country’s forested highlands. It is believed that coffee cultivation and use began as early as the 9th century. And from this long history of coffee cultivation arose the tradition of the Ethiopian coffee ceremony, an integral part of the nation’s social and cultural life. An invitation to attend a coffee ceremony is considered a mark of friendship or respect and is an excellent example of Ethiopian hospitality. So why not sit back with a cup of coffee and enjoy the show? Coffee was found for the first time in Ethiopia, from a region called Kaffa. The word “coffee” is derived from the word “Kaffa.” The traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremony includes the processes of roasting, grinding, brewing, and serving coffee. Special equipment is used for each of these steps. This is “jebena” for boiling coffee. This is where we put the jebena. This is called “rekebot.” This is “sini” for drinking coffee. This is where we put the incense. To put these inside. Then, this is where we burn the incense. This is called “biret mitad” (iron griddle). This is a roasting metal. This is a roasting furnace. These are the coffee beans to roast. This is “mukecha” (mortar), for grinding the coffee beans. This is “zenezena” (metal stick). This is green grass. We spread it on the ground during holidays to symbolize good wishes and lushness. This is how we dress during the coffee ceremony in holidays to prepare coffee for our guests. The coffee ceremony begins with roasting the green coffee beans over a hot stove. My coffee beans look ready, I will take them out when their color changes to black. Now the coffee is ready. We are going to take it out. We make it like this because it has aroma. It is to spread the aroma to people. Like that. Now with this mortar we grind it after it cools down. Here are our coffee beans. This is our coffee mortar. We grind it with this zenezena. When the powder is fine after this, we put it in the jebena. Now the powder is fine. The pot for cooking coffee is called jebena, a simple wheel-turned pottery vessel with a neck and a handle. The water is boiling. We pour it into the jebena. We rinse the jebena. Now since the powder is fine, we put it here. Now, after adding the powder, we add hot water. Now, we should check the strength of the coffee. Too much powder, so we add a little water. So, we put it on the charcoal. This is the jebena lid. A lid for this. You can eat “yebuna qurs” until it boils. Come take. We burn our incense well. These are tongs to pick up embers. Tongs are used to adjust this. This is to pick this up. When the smoke flares, our coffee ceremony will be nice. We will check like this so as to avoid boiling over. We do this to facilitate the charcoal burning. When the coffee boils, it produces vapor. Now the coffee is boiling. Here it is. We put it like this for sedimentation. We serve the coffee when it sediments. Now it is ready. After pouring like this, we add sugar, or nothing, according to people’s needs. This is an Ethiopian cup, sini. We drink coffee with these bigger cups. Coffee grounds are brewed three times during the ceremony. At the same time, incense is burned. This, the first one, is called “abol.” The second “tona.” The third “bereka.” Now, this water is for the second and third. Yes, now the second or tona is put on the furnace. We can chat and eat yebuna qurs while waiting for it to boil. First, we rinse the cups, and make them ready for the second round. Ethiopian coffee ceremony is like this; it is very incredible. Now the second or tona is ready. We put it here for a while to sediment. We put this here for the next, to boil for the third round or for the bereka. This is it! Now the third or what we call bereka is ready. This is it; we have finished now. Delighting in the aroma and richness of freshly ground and lovingly brewed Ethiopian coffee, one is sure to feel relaxed. Today, we presented the injera making and coffee ceremony of Ethiopia. Our many thanks, Ms. Tsehay Mulugeta, for demonstrating your gracious tradition. May these time-honored customs continue to be joyfully practiced by the gentle Ethiopian people for eons to come. Caring viewers, thank you for sharing a fantastic time with us today on A Journey through Aesthetic Realms. Up next on Supreme Master Television is Vegetarianism: The Noble Way of Living, after Noteworthy News. May your journey on Earth be illuminated with Divine wisdom and compassion.
17 Dec 2011
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Raj Distillery is the distillery equipment division of Raj Process Equipments.We are leading manufacturer and supplier of distillery plants.We designs and executes the state of art Industrial Alcohol Plants to potable alcohol plants manufacturers in India.We are one of the zero liquid discharge system manufacturer in India for distilleries right from fermentation, distillation and evaporation with guarantee. Industrial Alcohol Plants Manufacturers in India are engineered for high yield and low cost for optimizing the profits.
20 Feb 2012
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Blasted Church Vineyards began their annual harvest in October. Harvesting wine grapes is an essential step of winemaking. The decision to begin harvesting is dependant on the ripeness, levels of sugar, acidity, tannin and even the weather. With just a pair of sharp shears and a basket, here at Blasted Church we hand pick our wine grapes, ensuring quality, healthy bunches are chosen. While manual harvesting is more taxing, we still prefer this method to produce our wines. The wine grapes are then sent up to be sorted and then crushed. Here, the skin is broken exposing the juice and pulp but without crushing stems and seeds. Once crushing and destemming has been completed, the fermentation processes begins. For more information on our wines and where to find them, visit us at *******www.blastedchurch****. Song: All My Friends - Sound of Silver You can download it here: ********itunes.apple****/ca/album/all-my-friends/id216248855?i=216248979&...
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*******www.euclidwines****/ Napa Valley Cabernet, family winemaking, Father and Son winemakers, Sierra Foothills, syrah, red wine, Oak Barrel, small winery, boutique, Family winery, Howell Mountain Our goal is to create a wine of high intensity with silky texture and fine tannins. One that will be drinkable upon release but will age well from respected high-quality vineyard sites. Lucas Farmer believes that extraction during fermentation is essential to high quality and great intensity. The use of French oak barrels from cooperages that we know well complements the style of wine Euclid is meant to embody.
16 Feb 2013
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*******www.euclidwines****/ Napa Valley Cabernet, family winemaking, Father and Son winemakers, Sierra Foothills, syrah, red wine, Oak Barrel, small winery, boutique, Family winery, Howell Mountain Our goal is to create a wine of high intensity with silky texture and fine tannins. One that will be drinkable upon release but will age well from respected high-quality vineyard sites. Lucas Farmer believes that extraction during fermentation is essential to high quality and great intensity. The use of French oak barrels from cooperages that we know well complements the style of wine Euclid is meant to embody.
16 Feb 2013
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*******www.euclidwines****/ Napa Valley Cabernet, family winemaking, Father and Son winemakers, Sierra Foothills, syrah, red wine, Oak Barrel, small winery, boutique, Family winery, Howell Mountain Our goal is to create a wine of high intensity with silky texture and fine tannins. One that will be drinkable upon release but will age well from respected high-quality vineyard sites. Lucas Farmer believes that extraction during fermentation is essential to high quality and great intensity. The use of French oak barrels from cooperages that we know well complements the style of wine Euclid is meant to embody.
16 Feb 2013
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*******www.euclidwines****/ Napa Valley Cabernet, family winemaking, Father and Son winemakers, Sierra Foothills, syrah, red wine, Oak Barrel, small winery, boutique, Family winery, Howell Mountain Our goal is to create a wine of high intensity with silky texture and fine tannins. One that will be drinkable upon release but will age well from respected high-quality vineyard sites. Lucas Farmer believes that extraction during fermentation is essential to high quality and great intensity. The use of French oak barrels from cooperages that we know well complements the style of wine Euclid is meant to embody.
16 Feb 2013
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********www.youtube****/user/QuitarBerrigayQuilos?feature=mhee Hoy te hablare de 3 JUGOS PARA BAJAR DE PESO Y SEGUIR SIENDO JOVEN!! La vida nos presenta a diario infinidad de retos, ahora son muchas las actividades en las que tenemos que repartir nuestro tiempo, al punto que nos olvidamos de nosotros mismos. Recordemos que el equilibrio y la armonía son parte fundamental al momento de vernos y sentirnos jóvenes, pero para lograrlo es muy importante tener en cuenta, que alimentos nos aportan la mayor cantidad de antioxidantes naturales. TE GUSTARÍA VERTE MAS JOVEN Y SALUDABLE?? te propongo 3 deliciosas opciones… veamos… Mandarina... Es la fruta ecológica, su zumo ayuda a descontaminar el organismo, fortalece el cerebro y la mente. es Tranquilizante, diurética, depurativa, recomendable para la hipertensión arterial, previene infecciones, ayuda al corazón y estimula la actividad intestinal, Previene resfriados, bronquitis y gingivitis. Además el té de sus hojas ayuda a combatir el insomnio. y no solo eso… al incluirla en tu dieta diaria estarás contribuyendo de manera positiva a otros órgano muy importante, Como es la piel ya que por ser antioxidante mejora su elasticidad y lozanía. Cuando prepares tu jugo licúala y no la cueles es necesario aprovechar toda la fibra. Kiwi... rico en antioxidantes, delicioso, posee más vitamina C que la naranja, reduce el riesgo de desarrollar cáncer, problemas de corazón y enfermedades causantes de ceguera como las cataratas. Adicional mente contiene mucha fibra y es rica en cobre; el cual es vital para el crecimiento de los niños. Ayuda a fortalecer los huesos, desarrolla el cerebro y el sistema inmunológico. Contiene más potasio que un banano y controla la presión sanguínea . Para aprovecharlo al máximo, prepara tu Jugo Adelgazante; licuando el kiwi con piel, pues es ahí donde está la mayor concentración de antioxidantes, prepáralo sin azúcar, esto neutraliza los radicales libres, que como sabemos son los principales causantes de vejez prematura… y mi tercera opción… Fresas... excelentes como fuente de vitaminas y antioxidantes; son diuréticas, antirreumáticas, contienen vitamina C, son anti anémicas y reconstituyentes. Además la infusión de sus hojas disminuye el colesterol, son anti inflamatoria y astringentes. Así que aparte de contribuir a la elasticidad de la piel… si machacamos sus hojas y hacemos una mascarilla nos ayuda contra la aparición de arrugas prematuras. Cuando prepares tu Jugo Adelgazante, licua la fruta con sus hojas de la parte superior y no lo cueles; ahí está la mayor concentración de fibra… a…y no olvides que va sin azúcar, Un tip adicional… Al elegir tus Jugos, te recomiendo utilizar una sola fruta al día, y así las vas variando a lo largo de la semana. Esto para evitar una mala combinación, que se fermente en tu organismo y produzca acidez… Cuando te dispongas a comer; tomate tu tiempo, relájate, saborea la comida, cierra los ojos mientras comes; así estimulas el sentido del gusto y permitirá que te alimente más y te mantengas por más tiempo sin sensación de hambre.
15 Mar 2013
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*******www.freezerburns**** In part 2 of this Live Review I am once again joined by Krista McDonald the Healthy Choice Brand Manager and Bobbi Slaski the Grand Prize Winner of the Healthy Choice Freshen Your Freezer Contest. We reviewed the Barbecue Seasoned Steak with Red Potatoes from the Healthy Choice Studio Kitchen in Omaha Nebraska. This meal has a sophisticated taste with a smoky barbecue sauce complete with pieces of bacon! The potatoes are super moist and this meal is so colorful. A great hearty meal! The Frozen Food Master reviews this Healthy Choice Top Chef Inspired Barbecue Seasoned Steak with Red Potatoes. He will tell you how this frozen product looks, smells, and tastes in this episode of Freezerburns. Read the Nutrition Facts and Ingredients of the Healthy Choice Top Chef Inspired Barbecue Seasoned Steak with Red Potatoes below: NUTRITION FACTS: Serving Size: 1 meal (269g) Calories: 330 Calories from Fat: 60 Total Fat: 6g Saturated Fat: 2g Trans Fat: 0g Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g Monounsaturated Fat: 2.5g Cholesterol: 45mg Sodium: 550mg Potassium: 1330mg Total Carbohydrate: 47g Dietary Fiber: 4g Sugars: 15g Protein: 20g INGREDIENTS: RED ROASTED POTATOES, SEASONED COOKED BEEF AND BINDER PRODUCT (BEEF, WATER, CONTAINS 2% OR LESS OF CARAMEL COLOR, DEXTROSE, FLAVOR, [NATURAL FLAVOR, SALT, MALTODEXTRIN, DRIED WHEY, DRIED CAULIFLOWER AND SESAME OIL], MODIFIED CORN STARCH, POTASSIUM CHLORIDE, POTASSIUM PHOSPHATE, SALT, SODIUM PHOSPHATE, SPICE EXTRACTIVES), CORN, RED AND GREEN PEPPERS, WATER, ONIONS, MOLASSES, BARBECUE SEASONING: (BROWN SUGAR, SUGAR, MOLASSES, WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE POWDER [CORN SYRUP SOLIDS, SALT, CARAMEL COLOR, GARLIC, SUGAR, SPICES, SOY SAUCE SOLIDS ⟨NATURALLY FERMENTED WHEAT AND SOYBEAN, SALT, MALTODEXTRIN, CARAMEL COLOR⟩, PALM OIL, TAMARIND, NATURAL FLAVOR], MALTODEXTRIN, SODIUM DIACETATE, SPICES INCLUDING PAPRIKA AND TURMERIC, NATURAL SMOKE FLAVOR [CONTAINS MALTODEXTRIN], CITRIC ACID [TARTNESS], LACTOSE, DEHYDRATED ONION AND GARLIC), TOMATO PASTE, CONTAINS 2% OR LESS OF: SMOKED UNCURED BACON NO NITRITE, NITRATES ADDED (PORK, WATER, SEA SALT, CANE SUGAR, NATURAL SMOKE FLAVORING, NATURAL FLAVORS, LACTIC ACID STARTER CULTURES [FERMENTING AGENT]), CORN SYRUP, WHISKEY WITH SALT, VINEGAR, MODIFIED CORN STARCH, GARLIC POWDER, NATURAL SMOKE FLAVOR, POTASSIUM CHLORIDE, LOCUST BEAN GUM. BLACK PEPPER. CONTAINS: MILK, WHEAT, SOY. DISCLAIMER: CMP.LY/2
23 May 2013
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