- 2 mangos, cubed
- 1/2 cup frozen strawberries
- juice of half a lime
- 1 Tbsp raw organic honey (optional – sub agave for vegan or leave out)
- 1/2 cup filtered water
- Place all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth, adding more water if too thick or more strawberries if too thin.
- Apply a thin layer to clean skin and leave on for 5-10 minutes. Sip your smoothie while waiting – yum.
- Rinse skin, moisturize with organic coconut oil or lotion of choice. Will stay in the fridge for a day or two but best when used/consumed fresh.
Bacon Wrapped Enoki (by Aaron G (Zh3uS))
Total abs #fitness
Food Compilation #1
There are many of my followers who requested for a list of meals/recipes to cook. So I have complied a list of all the previous recipes I’ve posted in the past or recipes I’ve reblogged. There might be some recipes that isn’t all that healthy, so exercise a little discretion, but they still use fresh ingredients which beats processed food anytime. This is part 1, there might be other parts coming out in future, but for now, this is all. There are some of the recipes that I did not include though.
Fresh Coconut & Strawberry Smoothie (Only requires two fresh ingredients)
Tribute to overnight oats (Has a super long list of oatmeal recipes that I’ve complied previously)
I do hope that this list will be of use to you. Remember, cooking is good for you <3.
Various plants (in no particular order) that you can regrow from the food you already have! Woot! Way to reuse and recycle! I constantly have green onions and celery growing. (And potatoes/sweet potatoes but that just because they decided to do that in my pantry) Do you guys regrow any of your food?
Potatoes/Sweet Potatoes- http://www.gardenguides.com/117543-plant-cuttings-potatoes.html
Green Onions- http://www.17apart.com/2012/02/how-to-grow-green-onions-indefinitely.html
Leeks- same technique as green onions
Carrot Tops- http://www.gardeningknowhow.com/children-in-the-garden/grow-carrot-tops.htm
Romaine Lettuce- Same technique as celery
Cabbage- Same technique as celery
Bonus: Bok Choy - http://www.17apart.com/2012/02/how-to-regrowing-bok-choy.html
just do it på We Heart It http://weheartit.com/entry/52582401/via/pocketfulofdreams