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Bread and butter. It was not as good as what openrice has written, but they were also OK to try. Roasted corn soup with popcorn and grilled pork belly. The soup was actually crushed canned corn which I watched the whole process the cook made it. Roasted local cod with chorizo and English peas risotto. It is a type of pork sausage which was chopped into small regular cubes and then mixed into the creamy bean and rice. The rice didn’t have a very strong cheese flavor but the cream was much added. Summer vegetable gnocchi with baby tomato, fava bean and corn foam. I love the foam much more than that in peninsula hotel gaddi’s. The yellow cherry tomato tasted super sweet and the red ones were also good enough for you to try. The corn added a crunchy feeling into the cream sauce and the sliced cheese on top was thick and full of salty OLD taste, well done~! Coffee. Too strong, and the milk provided was not hot enough. The sugar was cute and it was so special that it was raw cane sugar cubes.

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my mother told me to eat more, otherwise, not only i would not have the chance to continue my studies, also she would force me to the hospital…

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Directions:

Place all the ingredients in your handy dandy blender, and then blend it baby! Blend!  ;)

Feel free to experiment with this recipe.  For example: Try putting in a whole orange instead of apple!  The possibilities are endless. For me,part of the joy I get in drinking green smoothies comes from experimenting with different ingredients!

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i’ve taken my IELTS test today and it gave me LOTS of sleeping time after my sufficient sleep last night.

I sat on my seat for FIVE hours and then i went to the chinese doctor and slept for one hour again.

No workout at all, but no more soymilk too.

My doctor told me to.

Then we met auntie with mom to have dinner, I chose fried fish with mixed starchy veggie, soooooo tasty.

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Yoga Diet

  1. Fresh, leafy greens in great quantity. These should be included in every meal.
  2. Vegetables that grow beneath the ground should be used sparingly, with the exception of carrots.
  3. All fruits and vegetables should be taken fresh whenever possible. Use tomatoes and over-ripe bananas sparingly.
  4. Avoid canned or preserved foods.
  5. The yoga diet includes a regular variety of nuts. These, however, should be boiled or steamed, and not roasted.
  6. Legumes, which is another name for beans, peas and lentils, are all good sources of fibre, protein, iron, calcium, zinc and B vitamins.
  7. Soymilk and soya products are an excellent source of B vitamins and calcium and should be included in the daily yoga diet.
  8. Make plentiful use of pumpkins, cucumbers, gourds.
  9. Whole grains.
  10. Drink a lot of (pure) water daily. Water (not cold!) may be taken with meals, but in small quantities and should not be used to “wash down” the food.

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Sunflower Butter
Code: 10311
Size: 300g
Carton Pack: 6’s
Barcode: 9415748020813
Ingredients: Sunflower Seeds, Sunflower Oil, Sea Salt
Origin: Made in New Zealand from imported ingredients
Certification: BioGro
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Description : Ceres Organics Sunflower Butter uses certified organic sunflower seeds that have been lightly roasted and then stoneground. It has a distinctive rich flavour and is delicious as a spread and also as an ingredient in baking and sauces. (Note: Contains no additives, preservatives, colours or emulsifiers. Oil separation will occur naturally – simply stir with knife or fork to blend.)

It was wonderful for me~!

Salmon is a popular food. Classified as an “oily fish”,[48] salmon is considered to be healthy due to the fish’s high protein, high omega-3 fatty acids, and highvitamin D[49] content. Salmon is also a source of cholesterol, with a range of 23–214 mg/100 g depending on the species.[50] According to reports in the journal Science, however, farmed salmon may contain high levels of dioxins. PCB (polychlorinated biphenyl) levels may be up to eight times higher in farmed salmon than in wild salmon.[51] Omega-3 content may also be lower than in wild-caught specimens, and in a different proportion to what is found naturally. Omega-3 comes in three types, ALADHA and EPA; wild salmon has traditionally been an important source of DHA and EPA, which are important for brain function and structure, among other things. This means if the farmed salmon is fed on a meal which is partially grain, then the amount of omega-3 it contains will be present as ALA (alpha-linolenic acid).[citation needed] The body can itself convert ALA omega-3 into DHA and EPA, but at a very inefficient rate (2–15%). Nonetheless, according to a 2006 study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, the benefits of eating even farmed salmon still outweigh any risks imposed by contaminants.[52] The type of omega-3 present may not be a factor for other important health functions.

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after the family gathering in that boat restaurant in shatin,
mother and i moved to elements for afternoon tea.
we’ve chosen pret a manger as we both wanted to sit longer,
however the experience was a disaster.shocked
we ordered the hot vegetables soup,
which was ok,
but too much rice inside,
even more than the main ingredients—vegetables.
and the other thing we ordered was warm pastry: raisin roll,tongue
which tasted 100 marks,lol
but the service was extremely bad.
the man walk passed our table a hundred times,
doing nothing—neither having to clean up tables or serving customers,
but he non-stop banged out table,
and so we were eating in a shake.huffy
i heard the man besides me told his girlfriend that he thought that guy was annoying and would tell their boss to fire him,
and i extremely agreed him to do so~!

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