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Diet tips: Asian Diet Secrets Part 1 | Wengie

Diet tips: Asian Diet Secrets Part 1 | WengieDiet tips: Asian Diet Secrets Part 1 | Wengie
Make life beautiful: Part 2: The diet tea that I used: I lost 7 kg’s in 3 months last year!…

Healthy Eating Advice – Hungry Girl
Have questions about weight loss, or in need of dieting survival strategies. Hungry Girl dishes out fresh advice Gobble some up. Healthy Eating Advice. HG Lisa's Daily Habits to Keep the Weight Off. You've lost the weight but how do you KEEP it off.

7 Diet Tips to Look Better Naked | Muscle & Fitness
Put the finishing touches on your physique with these smart eating tips to get ripped.

Desi Diet and Health Tips: South Asian Healthy Cooking
Ali Noor, Fazil Zafar, published 2011, 140 pages

Is Organic Food Better for Your Health?

Is Organic Food Better for Your Health?Is Organic Food Better for Your Health?
Many of my friends and family will only touch organic food. That’s their right, and I don’t try to fight with them. I sometimes get uncomfortable, though, when they make claims about organic…

Asthma and foodBetter Health Channel
Healthy Living Food & fitness, prevention. Trigger foods may include dairy products, eggs, peanuts, sulphites and other preservatives, monosodium glutamate (MSG), food colourings or royal jelly.

An Educational Program on Indigenous Foods for Better Health and Better …
Dahlia C. Aspillera, published 1986, 339 pages

Getting In Shape For The Sport Of Data Science

Getting In Shape For The Sport Of Data ScienceGetting In Shape For The Sport Of Data Science
Jeremy’s talk to the Melbourne R meetup group, where gave a brief overview of his “data scientist’s toolbox” (using a few Kaggle competitions as practical examples), and also provided an introducti…

Getting in Shape – Sears
Top Trending in Shop Your Way℠ Health. Getting in Shape. Strength & Weight Training. Bikes & Accessories.

Getting Back in Shape Again – WebMD
Have you stopped exercising due to injury, a busy schedule, or other life events? WebMD describes how you can get started again.

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44 Best Bodyweight Exercises Ever! (High Def)

44 Best Bodyweight Exercises Ever! (High Def)44 Best Bodyweight Exercises Ever! (High Def)

Best Workouts
There's no denying the breakout starpower of the HIIT workout, with exercisers everywhere looking fo. The 7 to 10-Minute Workout Myth. My point is that the idea of a seven to 10-minute workout is what we as humans are best at. What's The Right Workout For You.

The Best Workout Songs by Iggy Azalea in One Gym Playlist …
Iggy Azalea is killing it in the music industry right now and we're totally on board. Use the momentum from her top tracks to supercharge your workouts with this motivating workout playlist, featuring your favorite songs like …

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The Amazing Watermelon Hack You Have To See

2. 1. Cut a hole in the watermelon.

3. 2. Bend and shape coat hanger like so…

4. 3. Stick coat hanger into a drill to make a hand blender.

5. 4. Stick the drill into the watermelon and blend that sucker.

6. 5. Use a plastic cup to create a spout.

7. 6. Pro Mode: Draw a cute face so it looks like your watermelon is throwing up.

8. 7. Super Advanced Mode: Cut bottom of watermelon so it can stand on its own.

9. Voila! You just hacked a watermelon smoothie.

10. Check out the entire video tutorial, and don’t forget to chill your watermelon beforehand.

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35 Impressive Cakes Shaped Like Grills For Father’s Day


Just look at the melty fondant cheese on that burger.


Very impressed with the beer cans on this one.


Nice work with the grill accessories.


Adorable hot dog cookies should be on every cake.


What do you think the pickles are made out of? little green cookies maybe?


Getting fancy with the kebabs and corn.


Nice touch with the bag.


This person is obviously very resourceful.


That steak looks legit.


OoOo those tomatoes!


Really diggin’ that pool situation next to the giant grill.


Chillin’ and grillin’ all summer long.

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You Can Finally Get Drunk On Peanut Butter & Jelly

According to BarBiz:

Van Gogh is proud to introduce their own take on the classic PB&J, transforming its timeless flavor into a delightfully smooth peanut butter and raspberry jelly flavored vodka. Master Distiller Tim Vos selected raspberry flavored jelly after taste-testing peanut butter sandwiches matched with various jellies. While the fragrance is predominately of peanuts, it is complimented by the fresh fruit aroma of the raspberry. On the tongue, the roles are reversed and the raspberry flavor is more of the focal point, giving it a velvety texture with a hint of vanilla on the side.

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6 DIY Versions Of Your Favorite Chinese Takeout Foods

In times of need, greasy Chinese takeout is a thing of true beauty.

HELLO, you glorious mountain of gleaming, beefy noodles.

But what the restaurants don’t want you to know is that you can make even better food at home.

The springy, bright vegetables! The absence of visible, pooling oil!

Get instructions for making these stir-fried noodles at Food52.

So get that wok out, because Chinese takeout is about to be delivered by YOU.

Once you’re experience the power of self-delivery, you might never go back.

Don’t forget your chopsticks.

Thanks, Rino.

Here are some Chinese takeout staples to start making and stop buying:

1. Pork and Celery Lo Mein

No one (no one worth knowing, anyway) doesn’t have a permanent place in their heart and stomach for stir-fried noodles. And perhaps lo mein’s finest quality is that even if you try your best to screw it up by throwing whatever random veggies and meat you have in there, it’ll still be awesome.

2 tablespoons canola oil
1 1/2 cup yellow onion, julienned
3 tablespoons fresh garlic, minced
1 cup green onion, sliced thinly
3 cups Chinese celery, stem and leaves, finely chopped
2 cups cooked, shredded fatty pork or cooked ground pork
2 tablespoons Chinese rice wine or sherry
1/3 cup soy sauce, low sodium variety
2/3 cups chicken or pork stock
16 ounces Fresh Hong Kong style thin egg noodles, cooked (reserve 1/2 cup cooking liquid)
1/2 teaspoon sesame oil

Heat a 14-inch wok or sauté pan over high heat. Add the oil and then the onions. Cook until they start to caramelize. Add the garlic and stir. Add the Chinese celery, pork and half the green onions. Stir to combine and continue to sauté and stir until the celery becomes tender.

Add the rice wine and let the alcohol burn off. Next add the soy sauce and stock. Bring to a boil and then reduce the heat.

Add the noodles to the pork and celery. Add the sesame oil and toss to combine. If needed, add a little reserved noodle cooking liquid to thicken the sauce.

Serve in bowls and garnish with the remainder of the green onions.

Save and print the recipe at Food52

2. Kung Pao Chicken

Step aside, General Tso. This chicken will soundly kick the booty of your usual “sauce with a few, almost-visible chicken nubs” takeout. Get the full recipe at Food52.

3. Scallion Pancakes

No Chinese feast is complete without the obligatory mountain of scallion pancakes. They’re really fun to make and will serve as the perfect foundation layer to support all of your other homemade creations. Get the full recipe at Food52.

4. Sichuan Green Beans

These beans are fiery-hot, snappy and addicting. They are a force to be reckoned with and deserve to be a star of the meal. Get the full recipe at Food52.

5. Ginger Fried Rice

Famous chef guy Jean-Georges Vongerichten has devised The Best way to make fried rice: Spice it up with ginger and leeks and then, most importantly, put an egg on it. Get the full recipe at Food52.

6. Shu Mai Dumplings

Dumplings make the world a better place. Which means that when you make them, YOU are making the world a better place. When you start with pre-made dumpling wrappers, you can fill them with whatever your heart desires and be devouring them in mere minutes. Get the full recipe at Food52.

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