Here are some handy food tips I thought you might find cool. Feel free to share yours if you have any.
For an easy weeknight meal, save and freeze leftover sauces from previous meals in ice cube trays. The cubes can be reheated in a sauté pan when you need a quick sauce –David Burke, source Maggi Cooks TNT.
For the love of Lemons!
Lemons are cool for a number of reasons, here are just a few:
- A natural energizer (I found that in all citrus fruits).
- Boosts your immune system
- Balances pH
- Flush out unwanted materials
- Decrease wrinkles and blemishes
- Relieve tooth pain
- Relieves respiratory problems
- Cures throat infections
- Excellent for weight loss
- Reduces fever
- Blood purifier
Nature’s flu shot: Ingredients: 6 fresh lemons, 1 bulb garlic, 2 tsp. ginger powder, 2 tbsp honey, 3 cups pineapple juice, ¼ tsp cayenne powder.
Blend all ingredients and store in glass jar. Have 1 cup 4 times a day till symptoms are resolved.
I don’t know anyone who drinks more tea than I do (a least 4 cups a day). I have never lived in a house without a kettle. At any given time you can find a number of these in my cupboard. Here are the benefits:
Green tea: Boosts metabolism and contains antioxidants
White tea: Antibacterial and antiviral properties
Black tea: Help lower blood pressure and heart disease
Mint: Helps bloating and aids digestion.
Happy drinking! Hope you enjoyed as usual I look forward to your comments.