Last summer I was so into living a healthier life. I had a green almost every morning, I had raw veggies every day in some form (salad, toppings, veggie wraps etc). When the Fall semester started last year all of the good habits I spent the summer building were gone. I was drinking coffee every  read more »
Children will love these fancy toasts.An easy to make breakfast that will take only a few minutes of your time in the kitchen.My daughter who is very fussy about eating eggs,enjoyed eating this when I had prepared this for breakfast .Now it's surprising as she keeps reminding me to make this whenever she feels like she wants to eat breakfast in style.Nowadays making her eat her breakfast isn't a hassle anymore.
Apply a little butter in a flat pan .Place a slice of bread and make a hole in the centre.
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Do you know that eating sesame seeds is good for your health? A cup of sesame seeds has three times more calcium than a cup of milk.It also has protein and fibre.Here’s a little treat for you to try out.Enjoy! Sesame Seed Candy250 grams sesame seeds190 grams sugarA little ghee (2-3 tsp)2 tablespoons pistachiosMethodRoast the seeds till light brown.( don’t darken).Set aside.In a pan heat the sugar and mix in the ghee.Let it melt.Now add the roasted sesame seeds.Mix well.Take small potions at a time and ma... read more »
One of my new favorite foods is quinoa (pronounced "keen-wa"). It is easier to make than rice, and it comes out perfect every time.This ancient graintastes very similar to a high quality rice. I prepare this simple meal about once every two weeks:Place 1 part uncooked wholegrain quinoa in an iron skillet, along with 2 parts water and a splash of lemon juice. Atop that, I stack 2-4 individually frozen tilapia fish fillets. Season (any spices that you like with fish). I heat the water up until it is bubbli... read more »