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Top 10 Food Infographics to Hang in Your Kitchen or Save to Your Phone

Top 10 Food Infographics to Hang in Your Kitchen or Save to Your Phone

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How To Get In Shape Using Psychology: 6 New Tricks From Research Why is there an obesity epidemic? It’s not because we eat the wrong things or we lack exercise. Research shows that, plain and simple, most of us just eat too much: Reported consumption increased by 268 calories for men and 143 calories for women between the two surveys. Food Hacks That Will Solve Hunger In A Few Minutes Have you ever been so hungry, that you feel you can’t even wait a minute more to eat? Have you ever been so hungry, but have really no money to go out and get a good meal? Have you ever been so hungry, gone to the pantry closet, and haven’t been able to find a single good thing to eat? Jalapeno Poppers with Mac and Cheese Cheetos Warning- these mac and cheese jalapeno poppers are epic. I ate two while I was shooting them and had to go back to the kitchen and stuff some more! Cheesy macaroni covered in crunchy Cheetos and more melted cheese, swoon!

43 Ways to Start Making Money Right Now I often hear people saying that they’d like to start making some extra money to complement their full time job, but they don’t know what to do. I know there are a lot of things one can do, especially with basic computer skills, so I sat down and wrote a list of activities I could do to make some money right now. Many of these tips will certainly not make you rich, while other have some great potential. The goal of this list is to inspire you to act and do something right now. 50 Milkshakes : Recipes and Cooking Each recipe makes 2 milkshakes. 1. Vanilla: Blend 1 pint vanilla ice cream, 1/4 cup milk, 1 teaspoon vanilla and a pinch of salt. 2. Toasted Marshmallow: Broil 8 marshmallows on foil, turning, until browned. Make Vanilla Milkshakes (No. 1), adding 6 of the toasted marshmallows.

New Research Shows Poorly Understood “Leaky Gut Syndrome” Is Real, May Be the Cause of Several Diseases Russian spy-watcher Andrei Soldatov on Snowden’s strange behavior in Russia, the Nemtsov assassination, and signs of a power struggle in Putin’s inner circle. Andrei Soldatov’s beat is Russian spies, which is a hot topic for a new cold war. As editor of agentura.ru, an online “watchdog” of Putin’s clandestine intelligence agencies, he has spent the last decade reporting on and anatomizing the resurrection of the Russian security state, from KGB-style crackdowns on dissent at home to adroit or haphazard assassinations abroad.

Delicious Bread Cones A perfect snack should be both delicious and impressive, while still being easy to make. That’s because, even though you might aspire to be the greatest chef, you aren’t too keen on spending a whole lot of time in the kitchen instead of enjoying the snack itself. For this precise situation we are going to suggest you a snack that you might see included in fancy brunches. But the recipe comes right from the pastry and into your kitchen and we’re here to tell you that bread cones are not that difficult to make! The trick is to use something as simple as paper cones. Wrap strips of dough around each cone and you are set for making a tasty snack you can serve next to tea. How to Milk an Almond (fresh homemade almond milk, easy) Fresh raw almond milk is delicious, healthy, unprocessed, and economical. There is no waste, no unrecyclable plastic-lined tetra-pak boxes or cartons to put in landfills and drink BPA out of, and this tastes much, much better than storebought. The resulting almond meal is a free bonus, useful in cookies, crumb crusts, porridge, granolas, or in lieu of bread crumbs in stuffings and dressings, breaded crusts, etc. To make a half gallon (or 2 liters) of delicious fresh almond milk, you will need: about a pound (or roughly half a kilo) of fresh raw almonds out of the shellA blender or food processorA large bowl to strain intoA mesh bag or cheesecloth for first strainingA reusable fine wire mesh coffee cone or fine muslin bag for second strainingA half gallon or 2 liter refrigerator jug to keep it inA few pinches of salt (optional)Sweetener of your choice, to taste (optional)

51 Budget Backyard DIYs That Are Borderline Genius Can’t afford that dream deck or in-ground pool you’re dying for? Peggy Wang / BuzzFeed Yahoo! 18 Food Replacement Hacks that Make Healthy Eating Easy I'll admit it. I think it's difficult to eat healthy all of the time. I do pretty well most of the time, but the best technique by far that I've used to be sure that I'm eating healthy meals regularly is to simply replace unhealthy ingredients with something healthier. I don't mean replacing it in your recipe... I mean trying to replace it in your kitchen or pantry. I know that these aren't all perfect replacements that work in every single recipe, but in general, I've found them to be healthier options that work in a lot of recipes.

Vitamin B.S. In 1941, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt summoned hundreds of scientists, doctors, and food manufacturers to Washington, D.C. to discuss a weapon that would help the U.S. win World War II: vitamins. “There was this idea of optimization: ‘What do we need to do to optimize Americans’ health, to make sure we have enough pep and vigor to get us through this war?’” said Catherine Price, the author of Vitamania: Our Obsessive Quest for Nutritional Perfection. “There were all these rumors that the Nazis were restricting vitamins in their conquered people’s foods and giving their young men vitamin supplements and basically race-building through vitamins.”

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