Ok, now that the computer is kinda up and running from the issue, we can start getting down to business. I recently changed my diet this last month and it has been the best decision I have ever made. I eat hardly any meat and lots of vegetables. I am constantly trying to find recipes, but I modify a lot of the recipes as well. I have cut out soda, junk food, and refined sugars and other terrible products. I made my own granola bars, which were a hit with the kids and if I am to buy chocolate I make sure that it is all natural products and no hydrogenated or other words that I can hardly pronounce. Amazon.com has so many choices in healthy items like teas that I'd love to try and Chai seeds that I have read up on and sound amazing and many many other items.
I am looking into taking a cabinetry and millwork class so that I can learn to make cabinets, tables and so forth and I also have other classes I would love to take but I have to see if they are offered anywhere.
Well, I better get breakfast made and plot my future ideas so that when my husband leaves for his job I have something to keep me busy during those 2 weeks he is gone. Not looking forward to that day when he leaves, but I praise him for making the sacrifice!!
Friday, December 16, 2011
So I am not just going to focus on crafts... I have to splurge about this teriyaki rice bowl I made last night. I was going to add some chicken to it and than last minute decided to buy mushrooms and did that instead. The teriyaki sauce was homemade and than I added a little from a bottle that said sauce and marinade. I also added a few extra things and took out the broccoli since I don't care for them. Has to do with when I was a kid and I have a hard time eating them and I don't want to gross you all out so we will leave it at that. Anywho, I took peanut oil and and sauteed all the veggies... I did onion, carrots, green pepper, 2 cloves of garlic, 2tbsp of ginger grated and mushrooms. I did what my heart desired on measurement of the veggies cause the 2/3 cup didn't seem like enough to me. My intentions were to buy the shitake but Walmart (which I hate that store, but love it) did not have them, so my result was portabella which was perfectly fine cause I love those as well. I sauteed them as I boiled the rice and my daughter made the teriyaki sauce when I was cutting vegetables cause it was getting late and I wanted dinner done before 8 which was coming so fast. So the sauce I will double next time cause I didn't think was enough when you pour it into the pan with the vegetables. So after we poured it on we let that simmer for a minute or two while we dished up the rice. I planned on using brown rice, but had a retard moment and screwed up so I wasted that small bag and than dipped into my huge bag that I got from Sam's Club (another love to hate... must do with the Walmart stores in general). I can't tell you what kind it is cause I am not sure at this moment. It isn't white rice, I know that. So I am guessing at this point you want the recipe for the teriyaki sauce? All right I will give it to you. It is 3 Tbsp of soy sauce(which ever soy sauce you love the most.. Low sodium, whichever) 1 tbsp of honey 1tbsp of brown sugar 2 tsp of cornstarch and whisk in a bowl and set aside. Viola!! Enjoy a healthy meal! With the chicken the recipe says 260 calories and serves 5. If you would like the recipe you may comment and I will get it to ya.
Tuesday, December 13, 2011
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