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Discussion in 'Random Discussion' started by RoyleRancor, Apr 1, 2017.
Cappuccino with oat milk:
It's morning here so a glass of warm lemon water.
as in like.. warm water with lemon?
Of course I'm havin coffee in the morning. First lemon water, then coffee! ... And after that a self-made green smoothie with celerie, mango, tahin, and matcha powder : D
Edit. If you wondered how long I have to stay in the kitchen to prepare all that beverages - @The Supreme Leader is helping me prepare the breakfast.
i'm not completely on board with the smoothie... switch out the celery and tahini for ice-cream & strawberries and we'll be getting there
But celery and tahin (it has a lot vitamin t, which is said to be help preventing turning hair gray, how cool is that? XD) is gooood for you
well that's knowledge i could have used about 5 years ago !
it's too late for me.. leave me.. save yourself !
I love matcha. I sometimes make smoothies with just bananas, oat milk, flax seen, ice, and matcha. You can freeze bananas and put them in the blender with matcha to make a matcha ice cream treat. Really ripe ones are sweeter. I usually chop up the bananas before I freeze them because they blend up more easily.
ok.. i'm deffo getting board with that !!
the flax intrigues me.. I remember feeding horses with linseed in my youth (long story) but i've never had it in a drink lol
I originally put ground flax seeds in things for health benefits, but I've found they actually give the smoothie a little thicker texture. I noticed the difference one day when I accidentally left them out.
It's especially helpful if you have black or darker hair ;D xD
It makes you beatiful or in some cases even more beautiful. Haha!
This is interesting. IMO a smoothie shouldn't be too thick, but some thickness is definitely needed.
this is the newest pic that i have of me...
are you seeing dark hair?.. are you seeing any hair? lol
This reminds me of your "Gangsta" days:
Uncle Luke didn't approve...
i remember !
that was a long time afro, in a hideout 'fro 'fro away
I personally like chia seeds better (unfortunately I don't tolerate flax seeds that well, but chia is okay), but I agree- it's a nice way to get a thicker texture!
Last weekends wine
A rather good Bordeaux.