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Hi, my name is Lisa and I am a gym enthusiast who loves to cook if I’m not working out I’m usually either eating or thinking of food to eat.
Like most gym goers also spend a lot of time doing the boring stuff like tracking and logging by macros.

A lot of people struggle to understand were vegan get their protein sources from, so on a Sunday ill make a meal prep detailing the macros breakdown so you have visualized what this should look like because training isn’t just the key part of your transformation your diet will play a huge part in that.

Here is an example of some of what my meals include:

-150g quinoa & bulgur wheat mix -1 vegetable stock cube
-1/2 butternut 
-100g edamame soya beans
-100g garden peas
-100g trimmed beans
-480g chickpeas
-150g watercress, spinach & rocket
-280g vegan Quorn bbq strips
-200g mini Portobello mushrooms

Don’t worry I’m not just gym and macros, I create cheat meal alternatives or post actual vegan cheat meals I would be eating because let’s face it sometimes you have to treat yourself!

I invite you to visit my website where I share some of my meal ideas. https://lmveganfit.com/

I love being inspired and inspiring others so hopefully, we can connect. DM on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/lisa_moyo/

Honey is believed to be one of the healthiest substances on earth. It has been used since ancient
times as a sweetener as well as a beauty remedy. When used in moderation, honey can have
numerous health benefits such as lowering blood pressure, reducing inflammations, improving
the cholesterol levels and promoting wound healing.

 

Moreover, depending on the external factors that affect its production, honey can come in several varieties. More specifically, there are over
300 varieties of honey, and you should try as many as possible to benefit from a wide range of
nutrients. While we can’t cover all the honey varieties, today we will talk a little about some of
the most popular varieties, and the best ways to use them.

Alfalfa variety
This is one of the most common types of honey. As the name suggests, this honey is made from
the alfalfa plant, commonly known as Lucerne. It has a mild flavor and a light colour, and it is less
sweet than most varieties. It is affordable, and it is one of the best choices for everyday use,
being a great sweetener for tea, coffee or sweets.

Clover variety
This is also a very common and affordable honey variety. With a light amber colour and a mild
taste, this honey is also excellent for everyday use.

Sourwood variety
This is one of the best honey varieties, which also makes it one of the most expensive choices for
honey lovers. It has a light to medium colour, depending on local rainfalls, and a rich flavor with
hints of caramel, warm spices and butterscotch. The Sourwood honey is a more sophisticated
choice for table honey, and it is also great for glazes. Moreover, due to its rich flavor, it can be
successfully mixed with cinnamon in different baked goods recipes.

Orange blossom variety
This variety can be pure or it can be mixed with nectar from citrus flowers. Due to its light citrus
flavor, it is a great choice for cakes and other homemade sweets, being a particularly good choice
for cheesecakes. It can also be a great finishing touch for a steak or for other hearty meat dishes.

Sage honey
This is a rather sweet honey with a very light color. It has a mild flavor with a floral aftertaste. It
is often serve with cheese, but it can also be used in different pork recipes. Moreover, this honey
is great for soothing a scratchy throat and excessive coughing.

This post contributor is GOLDEN HILL.

Have you heard about Dried Pollack?

Make healthy meal with Dried Pollack powder!

 

Dried Pollack contains 5 times more amino acid than the original pollack which is usually using for Korean hangover soup because it has function to resolve alcohol fast. Now let me introduce a recipe using Dried pollack!

Ingredients (for 2 servings)

2 oz (60 grams) of dried shredded pollockradish, garlic, pollack powder, water, green onion, sesame oil, egg, and water

[Dried Pollack soup]

Take 2 oz (60 grams) of dried pollock out from a package and tear each strip into thin pieces by hand.

Peel a radish and chop it into small square shape.

Slice 2 stalks of green onions. Mince 4 cloves of garlic. Beat 1 egg in a small bowl with a fork. Set them all aside.

Pour 7cups water (approx. 1400ml) and add some sesame oil and GoldenHill’s Dried Pollack Powder.

Add the dried pollock strips and the minced garlic to the pot and stir it for 30 seconds with a spoon.

Add 7 cups of water and the radish.

Close the lid and boil for 20 minutes over high heat. 20 minutes later, open the lid and add 2 tbs fish sauce.

 

Lower the heat to medium-low and simmer for 2-3 minutes.

Pour the beaten egg into the boiling soup.

Add the green onion after turning off the heat.

Few minutes later, enjoy your dish!

          

Korean natural seasoning brand, Golden Hill selected fresh ingredients from the nature and followed strict ingredients policy. None of our products contain preservatives, colorants or monosodium glutamate (MSG).

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