… have a strong German fan base, as I have just discovered.
… imata v Nemčiji veliko fenov, kot sem ravnokar ugotovila.
No, potem pa kar.
Garlic. That’s the stench I get on most warm days if I leave my windows open. Because of the factory nearby, producing stuff you eat.
Wild garlic. That’s the stench I’ll be getting soon from the forest near the place we’ll be moving to in the weeks to come. The stuff you eat.
Why can’t it be all roses, milk and honey? Or at least, I don’t know, broccoli?
So I found this German site where I can check how healthy my cosmetic products (& food and many more) are …
Now I can’t stop checking everything and throwing away creams containing parabens and stuff. Not that many of my favourite products are considered dangerous: since having become a product snob, I tend to buy organic cosmetics. Since my daily routine comprises toothpaste, 2 antiwrinkle creams and a deo (plus a shampoo, a conditioner and a shower gel a few times a week, obv), I can afford my snobbery more easily …
You know: children. Should they dislike veggies. Here’s how to:
In a bowl, mix together 6 spoons semolina, 1 teaspoon baking powder, 120 g sugar with some vanilla, 3 eggs, 100 g soft butter, 500 g curd cheese. Whisk briefly.
Put approximately 20 % of the batter into a new bowl and then a half of the rest (which would be 40 % of the total, as we know) into another bowl.
Add: cocoa and blueberries to the bowl with the 20% portion, beet root juice and blueberries to the second bowl (with 40 %) and processed young spinach leaves to the third bowl (also 40 %). You need to shred the spinach leaves together with some cake batter for a better result. I don’t think I should tell you about the quantities, the only important thing seems to be not to overdo the cocoa or juice.
Add some semolina to beet root and spinach batter; they shouldn’t be too liquid (something like 2-3 spoons, no need to exaggerate, though).
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