Monday, 1 August 2016

What do you eat/ What do you use? Part 19


From 6BT cafe


Brown Sugar 1st in Harajuku. I had the mint chocolate and the chocolate nut flavour. Both were good! The mint one was super minty! As Char says, it tastes like a cross between sorbet and ice cream. 

The owner wanted to make sweets for her children that were less artificial and so this place stemmed from that. The ice cream is made from coconut milk and is dairy free, soy free, and gluten free 

The berry soda was super tasty too!


Anything without the x. I recommend the vanilla ice one and the chocolate orange : 3 


·         * Crackers from the shop Jupiter, and vegemite. I can’t buy marmite here.
·         * Shampoo and conditioner from iherb http://www.iherb.com/Desert-Essence-Organics-Red-Raspberry-Shampoo-8-fl-oz-237-ml/10674
·        *  Lentil dahl. The recipe is from http://www.thebuddhistchef.com/recipe/lentil-dhal-2/ … I added spinach because… why not?
·        *  Bread: add a teaspoon of yeast to a cup of water in a bowl. Sprinkle in some sugar (I don’t know, play around with the recipe) and let it sit for 5 minutes. After that, add a teaspoon of oil, and a teaspoon of salt. Then gradually keep adding in flour until it’s not sticky and you end up using your hands to knead the dough. Cover the bowl with glad wrap, and if you have access to sunlight, put the bowl under the sun for an hour, if not, no sunlight works too. After an hour, bake the dough for about 15 minutes or until it’s how you want it. I find my bread gets stale after two days so maybe toast it when it gets to that stage? I might be putting in too much flour, so yeah, experiment with it. Falafel: http://www.thebuddhistchef.com/recipe/falafel-burger/
·        * Smoothie bowl: 2 ripe bananas, a handful of frozen berries, a teaspoon of chia seeds if you want omega 3. Add a little dairy free milk if you need too. Then top it off with whatever. I used granola, walnuts, and desiccated coconut.

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