Tuesday, August 12, 2014
Right, its not me over there, im just taking pictures...im very crazy yes in a way but there is no way you are going to find me in the middle of the sea, flying high in the sky like a maniac hehehe... i carry a deep respect for radical sports, i like my bones ok?!
I wonder if he would pay me for taking a picture rrsrsrsrs
Going down Kwanza river with caution, i dont want to have no encounters with aligators, really, i love animals dont get me wrong, but i can pass on close encounters with a few...i prefer bathing with "Becko" the duck rsrsrs
But the sights are amaaaazing, look at this green...it reminded me of the juice i had this morning :)
I have to save some money to buy me a better camera
Very easy recipe:
2 cups baking flour (2 chávenas de farinha de trigo)
half cup of milk (meia chávena de leite)
5 teaspoons yeast (5 colheres de chá de fermento)
2 eggs (2 ovos)
1 cup brown sugar (1 chávena de açúcar mascavo)
4 tablespoons olive oil (4 colheres de sopa de azeite)
Mix thoroughly everything together and pour the mix into the muffin tins for 12 muffins, dont put too much dough or it will fall out when it grows. You can opt to put something at this time in the middle of each dough, i used a chocolate square. Dont forget to preheat the oven to 350F while you are preparing the dough. Bake for 20/25 minutes, keep an eye on them.
Misture muito bem os ingredientes todos em um recipiente. Pré-aqueça o forno a 180ºC. Deite o preparado em formas de queques, não deite muito porque eles crescem, vá aí té um pouco acima do meio, se quiser pode pôr algo dentro de cada queque nesta altura, eu pus um quadrado de chocolate de avelã em cada um. Leve ao forno por 20/25 minutos depende do forno, é bom estar sempre atenta.
Now this has nothing to do with me, i am not going to eat it, i made it for the kids...i just had to try this one, i think its so cool to have this colours not mixing with each other, but i think it could be better and i shall try to perfect it, so its peach gelatin on the bottom and off course strawberry on top, with that lovely fruit waiting in the middle
I have decided to start taking "chlorella" very popular food supplement in Asia "It is thought to boost the immune system and help fight infection. It has been shown to increase the good bacteria in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, which helps to treat ulcers, colitis, diverticulosis and Crohn's disease. It is also used to treat constipation, fibromyalgia, high blood pressure and high cholesterol. Chlorella has been used to treat cancer and also help protect the body from the effects of cancer radiation treatment." According to «Herbwisdom.com» and many other sources of information.
Im taking on vegetable, fruit and algae juices, but i confess that sometimes i add some honey because im still not used to these new flavours :P
So i started my day, today with a glass of a green swamp like ponch made out of:
two small carrots
one red apple
4 leafs of spearmint
4 leafs of parsley
one teaspoon of chlorella
and two glasses of water