I don’t really blog too much about food recipes (or in the past couple years, about anything ever), but I’ve recently brushed the dust off my Vitamix to make some really simple nourishments to help me and my husband feel a little bit better about our eating habits… so here goes nothing. This recipe is… Continue Reading
I recently bought some dragon fruit at Safeway and decided to give it a try. Added a bit of honey for a sweet kick. I like the way the fruit looks more than it tastes.
Did some “alpha” testing on some GRIT liquid soap. I went to the local apothecary (The Herb Room) and loaded up on some herbs and seeds and went to town on creating the perfect natural liquid soap. Ingredients used: Pinehead Gunpowder Chicory Roasted Root Ground Ginger Ground Cinnamon Elderberry Seeds Peppermint Spearmint Poppy Seeds Chia… Continue Reading
Freddie, my fiance, volunteered us to help out his parent’s church in making kimchi. It was AWESOME. In case you don’t know what kimchi is: (Taken from Wikipedia) Kimchi (Korean: 김치 Korean pronunciation: [kimtɕʰi]; Englishpronunciation:/ˈkɪmtʃi/), also spelled kimchee or gimchi, is a traditional fermentedKoreanside dish made of vegetables with a variety of seasonings. It is often described as “spicy” or “sour”. In traditional preparation Kimchi was… Continue Reading
So for lunch, I had beer. Naturally, I need to have some sort of balance so a friend and I went on a 13 mile mountain bike ride from Wilder Ranch to UCSC. The cool thing about this trail is that it almost feels like you’re traveling through different countries because of how diverse the… Continue Reading
My housemate and I were fixing up our deck and we randomly decided to green-up the house a bit by starting a mini herb garden. Cool thing is, most of the stuff that we used was laying around as trash or in the storage underneath our house which was left by previous tenants. Here are… Continue Reading