Grace Smith replied to the topic What are the benefits of having thousands of Facebook friends??? in the forum Random 6 days, 19 hours ago
well you’ll have a thousand of likes and followers as well.
Grace Smith replied to the topic What is the best healthy cooking recipe but taste awesome ? in the forum Cooking Recipes 6 days, 23 hours ago
Well, as far as I know, Organic Produce ( fruits and vegetables, meat and egg) taste better than the conventionally grown. Organic produce will help you have a healthier life. Eating organic fruits and vegetables, brings us a great benefit for our body, aside from helping us to lower the chemical we have intake every day, it also has a higher…[Read more]
Grace Smith replied to the topic what is the most effective way to study for final exams? in the forum Education 1 week ago
Discipline is the most effective way of studying and getting a high score on exams. Take time to understand every topic because if you understand them you’ll never forget them. Listen and analyze. At first, it’ll be hard but eventually, you’ll be doing great.
Whey protein is a mixture of globular proteins isolated from whey, the liquid material created as a by-product of cheese production.
It is good and brings a lot of benefit to our body, however, there are also disadvantage of taking whey protein.
Aiding weight loss
Blood pressure and…[Read more]
What a coincidence, my friend is cooking a chicken adobo yesterday. It’s actually a Filipino cuisine cooked with vinegar and soy sauce but it’s so delicious. I guess it’s perfect for you since you don’t have to add dairy to it while cooking. I have searched a Filipino chicken adobo recipe online…[Read more]
Increase your Testosterone in a natural way by eating Egg, Grapes, Cabbage, Garlic, and beans.It is also way better if it’s organic. I have found here an online store https://www.doorsteporganics.com.au/ were you could buy these products. Doorstep Organic is also a good resource for your organic needs.
Weight loss, exercise, reducing stress levels…[Read more]
Grace Smith replied to the topic What are the best recipes for cooking without fire? in the forum Cooking Recipes 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Hi there, aside from no-bake dessert, making mixed green salad is the only recipe without using fire that comes to my mind.
Romain lettuce, peeled and sliced cucumber, tomatoes (cut into small wedges), red onion (sliced thin), olive oil, salt, and pepper. Mixed them all on a big plate. You may put avocado for additional flavor. Ingredients are…[Read more]
It’s a great time for a big batch of Vichyssoise Soup. Dutch Cream potatoes are on special. Leeks are at the peak of their season and looking particularly fresh and delicious, we just had a huge bin delivered! I really love this soup, it is delicate and fresh in flavour and makes a great meal in itself or a simple entree if you are having friends…[Read more]
For anyone who’s trying to find a reasonable price, healthy, gluten-free, organic products in Sydney. There’s a 100% online shop in Marrickville. I will recommend Doorstep Organics. Australia’s original online organic food delivery service and Sydney’s largest range of organics specialty foods. Choose a Mixed Seasonal Box or create a custom order…[Read more]
Grace Smith replied to the topic What Pakistani/Indian food should I cook for my foreign friends? in the forum Cooking Recipes 5 months, 2 weeks ago
Whenever I heard Indian cuisine the only dish that pops in my head is chicken curry. I have that dish thrice because I have an Indian friend and all I can say is that it is delicious. I guess that’s something unique about the Indian cuisine–the spices, aroma and the unique flavors.
Grace Smith replied to the topic What are some tasty and easy food recipes for dinner? in the forum Cooking Recipes 5 months, 2 weeks ago
Hi Fatima, try cooking pasta for dinner. Here’s an easy recipe which I found online http://damndelicious.net/2015/03/13/garlic-butter-shrimp-pasta/ or http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/ina-garten/spaghetti-aglio-e-olio-recipe-2043225 cooking pasta is easy and simple. I always love pasta way back when I was in college because it is not complicated…[Read more]