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Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Monday, September 15, 2014
Western African #delicious recipe.
1. Wash and clean the fish
2. In a bowl add onion, ginger, parsley, garlic, bouillon cube, black pepper, red chili powder, salt, lime juice and one teaspoon oil
3. Rub the fish on both sides and inside the cavity generously with the mixture
4. Heat a grill, brush oil all over it to avoid the fish from sticking to it
5. Remove the fish from the fridge and grill the marinated fish for around 30 minutes (15 minutes each side)
6. In a serving plate, serve the grilled fish with fried plantains
Learn more about this delicious recipe : http://bit.ly/1D0EuhY
Friday, September 12, 2014
Here's a question I get frequently:
"How can I afford to eat healthy when healthy food costs so
This is a tough question to answer. Healthier food simply costs more
than unhealthy, boxed foods. Organic produce is much more
expensive than canned apple sauce that is devoid of nutrients.
But there are several things you can do to work within your budget,
and buy the healthy food your body needs.
1 - Get A Warehouse Club Membership
You will be amazed at how much you'll save on fresh produce
(including organic) with a warehouse club membership to a place like
Costco or Sam's Club. I pay a $50 annual fee for my Costco
membership and it pays for itself with each and every visit.
I get mangoes, huge pineapples, tubs of organic spinach and baby
greens, large bags of organic baby kale, 10 pound bags of organic
carrots, organic strawberries, organic raspberries, melons, kiwis,
oranges, dates, tomatoes, avocados, mushrooms, wild frozen
blueberries and more for much less than the same amount would cost
at my neighborhood grocery store.
I also get organic brown rice, organic quinoa, organic almond butter,
chia seeds, hemp seeds, olive oil, organic seasonings and so much
more at Costco. It's truly incredible how far your dollar goes there.
2 - Buy In Season or On Sale and Freeze
Another way to save money is to purchase produce when it is in
season and on sale. Purchase twice the amount and freeze half of it
for later use. Your grocery bill the next week will be smaller as you
use the stuff that you purchased on sale and froze earlier. I mainly
do this with strawberries and bananas.
While most smoothie greens should not be frozen, kale is an
exception. I often toss a 2-pound bag of organic baby kale in the
freezer for later use.
3 - Grow Your Own Food
If you have a garden or a backyard, consider planting some food
crops. It's pretty easy to grow your own tomatoes, cucumbers,
zucchini, squash, herbs and anything else you want. What you pay
for some plants or seed packets will produce a bounty of veggies for
You can also set up an indoor herb garden as well as a sprouting
station for alfalfa, sunflower, beans and lentils.
Tuesday, September 9, 2014
Hao unaowaona kama weusi weusi kwenye ziwa hapo ni funza ambao wameform matobo matobo ambapo wanatoka nje sasa baada ya kukomaa ki ukweli tunatakiwa tuwe makini sana na nguo hizi za mitumba tunatakiwa tuzifue kwa maji ya moto ili kuua vimelea na madawa yaliyopuliziwa vinginevyo tutaumia sana na hii pia ni fundisho kwa wale wenye kuvaa nguo za ndani za mitumba pia bila kuzifua wadada na wakaka tuweni makini kwenye mavazi yetu
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Monday, September 8, 2014
Mwanadada mwenye Umbo la kipekee Efrancyah Mangi jana kwenye Uzinduzi wa Matei Lounge & Car Wash aliweza kuamsha popo. Na kufanya mashabiki walipuke kwa shangwe ya kufa mtu pale kwenye show ya ufunguzi aliyoanzisha Mkali wa R&B one Six na kumalizia Ya Moto band.
CHEZEA EFRANCYAH MANGI WEWE