Cruelty Free Cosmetic Brands You Can Buy At The Drugstore! - GirlieGirl Army Published on February 2, 2014 by GirlieGirlArmy · 8 Comments19 It’s 5pm, you’ve got a dinner meeting in an hour and your Josie Maran bronzer has just run out.
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Parsley leaf potatoes. As you may have noticed, as the week’s progressed, things have gotten simpler.
We started with great ambitions — we will make a green bean casserolefrom scratch! We will trim the beans! Make a roux! Sauté the mushrooms! Coat and deep-fry the onions! Why slow down? Less a sign of a failed career as a domestic diva, this is a healthy and balanced outlook. In November 2003, Gourmet Magazine published a recipe for Parsley-Leaf Potatoes that have rarely gotten half the spotlight they deserve. Best of all, they’re so easy to make, with ingredients that I know you’ll already have around next week, that you can save your energies for crispy onions.
Thanksgiving recipes: My favorites are listed here, but if you think I’ve missed something, head to the search box (top left, under the logo) and type in the ingredient — I bet it’s here. Parsley Leaf Potatoes Adapted from Gourmet. Sustitution_chart_PCRM__3.pdf. Food and Your Sinus Problems. Foods and Your Sinus Problems Having sinus pressure, congestion, sinusitis, sinus headaches, rhinitis?
Allergies are one major factor in causing or contributig to many of those sinus disorders. Another major player is food. Yes, some foods can cause some sinus difficulties to many people, yet this is widely unknown. In fact, as I talk to people through the internet, and mention to them some specific foods to avoid, so far the answer has been 100 percent the same a few days later: "It's true"--then they mention the particular food(s) they have left out and the positive results on their sinuses within a very short time. There seems to be, however, a difference of opinion on this issue in the medical profession.
You should become acquainted with those foods. Sinus Foods Here is a list of common foods which can stimulate the production of mucus, which in turn can lead to other sinus issues such as: congestion, pressure and sinusitis and therefore should be avoided: Foods Good for the Sinuses. 5 Chinese Herbs You Should Know About Published on January 18, 2012 by GirlieGirlArmy · 6 Comments5 All medicine stems from traditional roots or herbs, why not go to the pure and clean source next time you are feeling under the weather?
Eliza Grimes, L.Ac. Acupuncturist & Herbal Medicine Woman shares her tips; People ask me all the time about Chinese herbs. I am an herbalist as much as I am an acupuncturist and believe it is important to combine both modalities in the treatment of many common complaints. 5 Chinese Herbs You Should Know About: 1. 2. 3.Field Mint: (bo he) Mint is a wonderful herb in treating the early stages of a cold where hot signs, such as fever, headache, sore throat and inflamed eyes are present. 4. 5. Yummy Plants. Vegetarian Times - Great Food, Good Health, Smart Living.
Vegan Comfort Food - Vegan Lasagne - Photo Gallery. What the hell _does_ a vegan eat anyway? Vegan Caramels Recipe. Q&A With a Female Vegan Bodybuilder. One of the most frequently asked questions that many vegans receive is the always annoying “Where do you get your protein?!”
By now, I’m sure you know that you’d have to be calorie-deficient to be protein-deficient. For people who are looking to build muscle, lose fat, and gain confidence, a vegan diet may be just the trick! Take, for example, vegan bodybuilder Amanda Riester, who is in the hot seat in today’s Q&A: When and why did you first decide to go vegan? I have always been a huge animal lover. What was the biggest change that you experienced when you switched to a plant-based diet? What is your favorite vegan meal? How frequently do you work out, and what do these workouts usually entail? What advice do you have for other people who want to lead an active and healthy lifestyle?
Amanda’s activism for animals doesn’t end when she leaves the gym.