Adapted from a recipe from First magazine. According to Jilian Alexander-Gregory, author of The Spa Gardens, when grapefruit oil is massaged into the skin, a compound called D-limonene stimultes the lymphatic system to flush excess fluid and toxins from bodily tissues for effortless slimming. How does that strike ya!?
Recipe created by Todd Wilbur www.TopSecretRecipes.com The Red Robin Restaraunt is famous for their gourmet burgers and fries. Their secret ingredient is this seasoning mix. Update: I have added a little garlic powder to make even more authentic. Recipe adapted from Todd Wilbur's version of Red Robin Seasoning.
This is a very easy mocktail and if you love ginger beer like I do, you'll enjoy this. The basic idea is one part ginger ale to one part ginger beer. Serve in a nice tall chilled glass and chill out yourself for awhile. :)
This is a non alcoholic version of Horse's Neck. Dating back to the 1890s, Horse's Neck was a non-alcoholic mixture of ginger ale, ice and lemon peel. By the 1910s, brandy, sometimes bourbon would be added for a 'Horse's Neck with a Kick' or '-- Stiff'. The non-alcoholic version was still served in upstate New York in the late fifties or early sixties, but eventually it was phased out.
This will prove a blessing to everyone who takes it. It is soothing and relaxing, quieting to the nerves, has many good qualities, and is perfectly harmless. You can get the ingredients from any good health food store. You could up this to 1 cup each or lessen it to 1/8 cup each, according to your preference.
Avocado is rich in vitamins and proteins that help nourish, repair, and hydrate dull, damaged hair. This was said by the vice president of research and development for Burt's Bees. The oils contain essential fatty acids to strenthen hair and restore shine. This is almost like their Avocado Butter Pre Shampoo Hair Treatment. Enjoy!
This is a wonderful alternitive to real mayonnaise. I have been put on a strict diet and this saves the day! Makes a great salad dressing(I add a little honey), spread for sandwiches, or dip. Adapted from Raw and Living Foods.
This is popular in Spain, Mexico, Central America and the Southern USA.
This recipe is inspired by the Yamani brand banana milk found in Yemen, but it is a homemade version, so it is even healtheir and more tasty. This is a great snack for kids and a healthy alternative to chocolatee milk. You can add as much sugar as you like or leave it out completely if you like.