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  1. Peel-a-Pound Soup (a heart healthy soup) Ingredients: One ingredient per line. Instructions: Be sure to be very clear with your instructions here, one instruction per line Special Instructions: Any special instructions that should be written here into one paragraph here. Addendum: Additional information you need us to follow in a single paragraph here. Be sure to add any additional instructions you might need here
  2. 4 Daikon Radishes 1 3\4 c Water 1 oz. Gardenia Fruit 1/4 of Kosher Salt (a little less is better) 1/3 c Sugar 1/3 c White Vinegar 1 Tbsp Mirin 1 c Rice Bran Powder Wash your radishes and clean off the roots. Dry and set on counter for 2 - 3 days... Then, In a plastic bag, smash the Gardenia fruit and then add it to a cotton or Cheese cloth bag. Place it in a pot with the 1 3\4 c water. Let it come to a boil and turn the heat down to a simmer. Let simmer for about 20 - 30 minutes. While you wait you can prepare the radishes. Peel them and if any dark spots cut away. Next you have 4 ways you can prepare them. Cubed, Sticks, in the Round or Whole. Up to you. Set aside. Once the water and Gardenia has finished let it cool to touch. Take out the bag and squeeze out the water. DON'T get rid of it! Set it to the side. Now in a bowl add 1 cup of the mixture. If it doesn't add up to a cup just add water until you have a cups worth. Now add in the rest of the ingredients. Salt, Sugar, Vinegar, Mirin and the Rice Bran. Mix really well until smooth. You can either add it to a large freezer bag (my preferred method) or an air tight container. add your radishes how ever you prepped it. Massage it well add the bag that you set to the side seal it up and put into the refrigerator. Every 2 or 3 days take out and massage it. Do this for minimum 1 week - a month. Eat with rice, Bibimbap or whatever you'd like.
  3. As I would imagine, this is an old profession, most likely one of the oldest in the world - but there are many who do not know how to do it, both men and women alike, it would be interesting to know what list of top five book titles that you would offer to help someone just starting out?
  4. Peel-a-Pound Soup (a heart healthy soup) 1 large can of Stewed or Whole Tomatoes 1 Envelope of Onion Soup Mix (optional) 4 Cups of Water 6-7 Beef Bouillon cubes (I now use Better than Bouillon) 1 Head of Green Cabbage 1/2 Head of Celery 2 Bell Peppers 2 Onions 5 Garlic toes Instructions: Into a large Dutch oven or stock pot add 1 large can of stewed (or whole) tomatoes. Add 1 packet of Onion Soup mix. Add 3-4 Cups water along with 6-7 Beef Bouillon cubes and mix well, then heat mixture over med-high heat until boiling. While mixture is coming up to a boil, cut up your vegetables and add them to the pot. Once soup is boiling, turn heat down to med-low for a slow rolling boil and cook with lid on until vegetables are tender (30-90 mins). Special Instructions: You can have any amount of coffee or tea without sugar or cream. If you want to use a local dressing on the vegetables, you may do so. You can also have Parmesan cheese with your vegetables to help with the flavor. The more of the soup that you eat the better it is for you because, it is said, the soup takes more calories to burn up food value from it than it has calories itself. This diet was provided by the Heart Hospital of Baton Rouge, LA. I have also added a Blank Daily Health Log.pdf you can download and print to help you track how much you eat. Addendum: 7 Day Diet provided by the Heart Hospital of Baton Rouge, LA. 1st Day: Eat as much of the listed fruits as you want at each meal, plus as much of the soup as you want. (Apples, Oranges, Tangerines, Satsumas, Cantaloupes, Watermelons, Pears, Plums, Peaches, Papayas, and Pumpkin.) 2nd Day: Eat as much of the listed vegetables as you want, plus soup, plus a baked potato. (Asparagus, Bean Sprouts, Broccoli, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Celery, collards, Cucumbers, Eggplant, Green Beans, Mushrooms, Okra, Peppers, Radishes, Spinach, Tomatoes, and Zucchini.) 3rd Day: Eat as much of the vegetables AND fruit as you want, plus the soup. 4th Day: Throughout the day, eat 8 bananas and drink 8 glasses of skimmed milk, plus the soup. Feel free to cut up some of the bananas, place into a blender with some sugar substitute and some of the milk to make a nice shake. 5th Day: Eat as many tomatoes as you want, 1 1/2 pounds of meat (beef, pork, chicken, or fish) plus the soup. 6th Day: Eat as much of the vegetables as you want, 1 1/2 pounds of meat, plus the soup. 7th Day: Cook 1 1/3 pounds of Brown rice and eat 1/3 of the rice at each meal along with any of the vegetables, plus the soup.
  5. Pre-Heat oven to 450 INGREDIENTS: 2 Tbs Oil *I used Avocado* but use what you have 2 lb bag of frozen shredded potatoes 1 lb of frozen corn (you can use canned OR any Veggie!!) 1 Dozen Lg Eggs 4 different types of meats (or Hard tofu) your choice 1 lg Onion 3-4 Cloves Garlic or 1 - 1 1\2 Tbs 1 Stick of soft butter (1/2 Cup) Pepper to taste 3-5 Cups HOT water Bullion or Stock (optional) 1 - 2 Tbs Cornstarch to 1 - 2 Tbs Water MIX WELL 1/4 - 1/2 Cups of your fave cheese 1 tsp. Sugar 1/4 - 1/2 Cup milk (any is fine) Stir in the thickener slowly on low... You don't WANT a thick gravy Turn heat off and set aside. Mix the EGGS, SUGAR, and MILK. Mix well, Pour over the potatoes and mix well again. Now is the time to add the frozen now almost thawed potatoes! Again mix well. Put into a greased baking pan cover with foil, bake at 450 for 25 to 30 mins. Remove the foil and spread/sprinkle the cheese on top! Bake until golden brown.
  6. Now that most of the holidays are over and many of us have gifted handmade items, I've found myself in a bit of a negative thought cycle about recipients pretending to appreciate the work and love that goes into the items. I do handmade gifts because I've been unemployed since April and can't afford other material things to gift, so I make things for others instead. I also feel like something I've created is a more meaningful gift than something off the shelf at the store. But I've found that a couple of my family members don't care for something handmade. My sibling is the worst of the bunch, and is particularly impossible to buy for due to ever-changing interests that I can't keep up with because it's a new thing every week. I presume everyone here has dealt with this, so my question is: how do you personally handle it?
  7. Projects? Too many to list? lol, you're not alone! I have that right now as I'm typing this. But, for the sake of just one project that over turns everything right now, getting my new home put together! I've got boxes and boxes full that need to be un-boxed, washed and then I need to find a new home for it all. Outside of that, wips like you wouldn't believe, but those can wait. A friend of ours just got married, so as soon as my yarn comes in, I'll be crocheting him and his new wife a blanket! lol I need to learn to say enough, No, I'm busy lol, but since I haven't learned that yet, lol, those wips will get put on the back burner once again so that I can make this blanket and yes, get my house done! So, what do y'all have going on in your crafty world?
  8. This week has been an interesting week Kristina and I met quite a few new people and we are excited to get to know them; I was surprised to see they subscribed on our channel over on YouTube. We've been going into a few livestreams and learning about them. Wanda - Her YouTube channel (Rolling Through Life) is filled with Yarn, Yarn, and more, yes you guessed it, more yarn! Better watch it, she don't put up with nothing, she is also extremely high as a … I mean blunt (see what I did there …), seriously though, great gal! Though her potato cutting skills leave something to be desired (She downright scares the hell out of me, almost had a stroke watching her cut a potato) Allison - Her YouTube channel (Alli's Pantry & Crafts) is filled with some bead-ish looking devices (I'm not entirely sure if you noticed or not, but I am NOT a crafting individual) and crafts! She responded quickly to my emails and that made me smile! Dee - Her YouTube channel (Yarn Dragons Creations) is filled with, yep, you guessed it … YARN! Dee … Oh, Dee … Just knowing you feel where I come from is amazing in and of itself (did I use that slang right, I am horrible when it comes to using the incorrect slang at the perfect times.), But, yes, she does wonderful crafts! Renee - Her YouTube channel (Renee Unrated) is well … Got'ya, it is family friendly filled with … believe it or not, games, reviews, all kinds of general topics that one can enjoy! She had me at Games (I'm listening … Go on). Valerie - Her YouTube channel (My Love of Crafts) is well … Val's what more can be said. Val, Valerie, V! Oh she'll boot you from Rollin's livestream if you misbehave, oh, she will, she's got the ban hammer … Ok, seriously though, as we peruse her channel, there is a bunny, no really go look. Kelly - Her YouTube channel (Crochet Me Pink Kelly) is a … Yep you guessed it … crocheting channel! and she has a most beloved son that loves playing games on his computer, no really, she said so! Nonie Mae - Her YouTube channel (Nonie Mae Crochet) is a crafting, social, and Knitting channel and she is a sweet lady! She's been Knitting since the age of Six Jeannie - Her YouTube channel (Jeannie's Creations) is a crafting channel and she has a lovely smile, its in almost all her videos and it is free to see! Christy - Her YouTube Channel (Christy's Crochet Corner), and she is 'Bored in Live Chat', well that's what her video said. Judy - Her YouTube Channel (Judy at Witchpeace Craft), her channel is Ah-mazing! it has a pink tea-pot video! No, really don't believe me go see! You know what all these women have in common? Go ahead, take a moment, I'll let you guess … Yep, you guessed it, they get excited about mail, both physical mail and E-Mail! If you believed that, I do have Ice to sell you from Alaska! But, they all love crafting -- you know what else I realized, we have nothing in common yet, these women and their circles have welcomed us in with open arms and warm hearts and that, my friend, is something to be cherished! There are more and I will update this as I start replying to them, I feel that they all deserve personal messages of warm regards from me! If I had forgotten you in any way, reach out so I can add you, I want to get to know all of you! It is because of these ladies we opened up a club *hint, hint*, in hopes they might join it. We felt it gives these ladies all a safe spot to share their crafts! Keep in mind, that some of these people I've met don't have active YouTube Accounts and if they do they don't and they will get strong mentions! Crystal - Her YouTube Channel (Crystal AKA Beaver Gaming) is deserving of this prestigious honor. Edith Hagar - Her YouTube Channel (Edith Hagar) is deserving of this prestigious honor. Cynthia Nobara - Her YouTube Channel (Cynthia Nobara) is deserving of this prestigious honor. Laura - Her YouTube Channel (VaLady49) is deserving of this prestigious honor. Angela - Her YouTube Channel (yarning with Angela) is deserving of this prestigious honor. A Few Updated Entries and Honorable Mentions Laurie - Her YouTube Channel (Purple Butterfly) is a crafting channel with reviews and tutorials of all sorts! She's a snarky and cheeky little bugger! Enid - Her YouTube Channel (The Crafts Enthusiast) is a crafting channel with reviews and tutorials of all sorts! She likes big words! Madonna - Her YouTube Channel (Madonna Ballard) is just hilarious, and just awesome! Melissa - Hey YouTube Channel (Sweet Melissa Makes & More) is a nice little YouTube Channel! And this is what makes me Happy in November!
  9. Care of indoor orchid plants is easy once you learn how to grow them properly. These interesting flowers can be found in a range of colors and sizes depending on the variety. They make excellent accent plantings to nearly any home décor. Orchids require little care once all their basic needs are met such as light, temperature, and humidity. --- Miscellaneous Information --- Indoor Orchid Care - How Do I Take Care Of An Orchid Flower? WWW.GARDENINGKNOWHOW.COM Orchids are some of the most commonly grown houseplants. With proper growing conditions, it isn?t difficult to take care of orchid plants. Read...
  10. Even though I am the owner of this awesome club I honestly do not have much of a green thumb! But I want to try and change that. We have a beautiful mum that is right in front of our house. I have forgotten to water it and not give it the proper sweet talkin' that it deserves and it starts to look a bit sad. But then I give it a bit of water and it is up and reaching out to the sun again! Mums seems to be one of those un-killable plants! Thank goodness. Anyone know of any other plants/flowers that are great starters for someone that wants to train their green thumb? My next mission... keeping our orchids alive.
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