As I sit here on my break at work, I am painfully reminded of the time just a month ago when I wished I was back in school and busy. Oh how young and naive I was at 20 years and 8 months old. With almost no free time, except for when I'm not sacrificing … Continue reading Odd Thoughts: September 26th
This recipe is so easy, so I want to write it concisely so you can get to enjoying these wonderful vegetarian tacos Ingredients: Cherry tomatoes, sliced in half Shredded Cheese (Mexican, White Cheddar, Pepper Jack) Avocado, peeled and mashed Tortillas, taco sized Lettuce, chopped Greek Yogurt or Sour Cream, for topping Hot Sauce (I love … Continue reading Breakfast Tacos
Whether it's whole wheat or white whole wheat flour, you are going to have to be careful while using it when baking. This flour is tricky and sticky. If you are making a batter, ensure that you DO NOT OVERMIX. The best way to make certain you don't is to only mix until you can't … Continue reading Note: Whole Wheat Flour
Living in College Park was a constant reminder of what I missed at home; my garden. In the concrete stop between Baltimore and D.C, there was little room to grow anything unless it was at the school. I discovered, a bit too late, about the community garden plots I could have rented. Now I'm home, … Continue reading My Garden
It's usually unclear when it's okay to buy inorganic vs. organic. EVERY TIME you use citrus zest in a recipe though, buy organic. Zest is when you grate the peel and add it into your meal. It's a good idea to ensure that peel is as clean as possible, especially from pesticides and other toxins … Continue reading Buy Organic Citrus!
Do you want to feel like it’s Saturday morning, every morning? If you said no, who the hell are you and what planet are you from? (Obviously not earth, and definitely not Gallifrey) There’s a story behind these, but if you’re like 99% of the population, you won’t read it for more than 2 minutes. … Continue reading Norwegian Waffles
If you want to include kale in a salad, smoothie, or quinoa bowl, cut it up to the point that it’s nearly shredded! Kale is tough, and preparing it this way will help you while eating to enjoy it rather than having to chew like a cow through the meal.