I am going to need to purchase my own auto insurance at some point in the near future, because my parents informed me that they would stop paying for it pretty soon. They told me that they are doing it because I am getting too old for them to pay for my bills, but I know that my father was laid off from work, and that is probably the real reason behind their decision. It doesn’t really matter though, I am going to start looking for the cheapest auto insurance rates that I can find.
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Gambling is a real treasure, something to be enjoyed by all people no matter where you might live. While I was in Mexico I saw advertisements online for many casino bonus senza deposito – a casino bonus let’s you continue playing online or to keep your own winnings! With so many different laws and regulations with gambling, it can be quite the complex system. It’s difficult to find a casino that can be reliable, or even legal, and if you’re anything like myself you just want to have some fun without worrying about the law getting into your business. Gamblers don’t do anything wrong, we simply like our cards or slots or bets. We enjoy the anticipating rush we get whenever we’re making a hit, a call or pulling the lever of our favorite slot machine. We’re a superstitious folk who rarely do any wrong and we come from all walks of life! I met some great friends while in Mexico – they gave me some fantastic advice and experiences with their own versions of the games. Read the rest of this entry »
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· Eating Healthy on the Cheap (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/eating-healthy-on-the-cheap/)
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· Cheapest Source of Vitamin B12 (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/cheapest-source-of-vitamin-b12/)
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· Are Goji Berries Good for You? (http://nutritionfacts.org/video/are-goji-berries-good-for-you/)
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My friends and I were starting a new club where we would go and take a lot of different recipes and print them out for one another. It seemed like it was getting crazy so we decided that the fourteen of us would meet one day a month with the new recipe that we wanted to share and also provide a sample for everyone else to taste. After a year we saw that we had a lot of new recipes and thought that we would take it to the internet. I had web design experience so I thought that I would come up with a great new web design that would allow people to go and submit a new recipe and then we could index it by the type of food or by key ingredients. That way, it would be easy for people to search for recipes based on this information. My family was really happy that I was working on something other than the house, which is what I do all day until the kids come home from school.
It took me a few weeks to come up with the best lay out of the website and I would shoot my friends emails about what they thought of the test pages. They would tell me what they thought could be changed or be done to look better and then we would all end up sending emails back and forth to discuss what could be done to make it look better. I finally had a web site that I was proud to show my friends at the next monthly meeting and they could not believe how nice the site came out. I was the hero of the group and today we have over four thousand recipes submitted by other people.
We are taking a family vacation this summer. We are driving 2000 miles to Texas for two whole weeks to visit family and we need your ideas for eating out that is inexpensive! There will be 6 of us…all young adults and one teen. We are staying with family for the most part and I plan on buying things for breakfast but for lunch and supper, I’ll have to think of creative ways to eat on a budget. For two weeks that be quite costly. My 3 brothers will have us over the odd time for suppers but for the most part we’ll be on our own. Any great ideas out there??
One way is to eliminate either lunch or dinner. You can save money by having your family snack on nuts, fruits, etc.. during the day between breakfast and dinner to eliminate having to spend money on lunches. That also happens to be a very healthy lifestyle. As far as dinners, just try to pick restaurants that are less expensive, such as Mexican, which I’m assuming you can find anywhere in Texas for prices under $10 per person. Also, depending on where you’re staying, you could bring a small, portable gas grill, do some grocery shopping in Texas, and grill some chicken and veggies. I have a Portable gas grill, and it has been amazing in many situations. Totally worth the investment.
I want to start cooking healthy and gluten free. This will be hard cause I don’t even know how to cook at all! So I am wondering if anyone has any suggestions on healthy cooking APPS???
Fresh vegetables, stir-fried in olive oil. Add gluten-free spices, salt, and pepper.
Dried beans. Soak overnight, cook for about an hour, and drain. Add gluten-free spices, salt, and pepper. There are dozens of varieties of dried beans!
Brown rice. Cook for 30-45 minutes. Add gluten-free spices, salt, and pepper.
Chicken breasts. Slice thin, cook in olive oil and add gluten-free spices, salt, and pepper.
Gluten-free pasta (rice pasta; the brand "Tinkyada" is the best). I like to add a little olive oil and some oregano/basil (you can buy "Italian Seasoning) and salt.
You can add gluten-free pasta or pizza sauces to any of the above. You can add small amounts of low-fat cheese such as mozzarella, parmesan (fresh is best), and provolone. Small amounts of pecans, walnuts, and almonds can add crunch and "good" fat to your dishes.
Eggs. Hardboiled eggs are high protein and relatively low-fat. I still like to fry mine in a little olive oil, though.
Yogurt (I like Greek yogurt) with fresh fruit such as blueberries, bananas, and strawberries added. You can also add a drizzle of honey if you like your yogurt sweeter.
"Gluten free" doesn’t necessarily mean "healthy". There are a lot of highly-processed gluten-free foods out there, and they’re just as bad for you as the "glutenated" kind. They’re OK for occasional, but sparing, use.
You can of course use "vegetable" oil for your frying, but I prefer "light" olive oil, which is suitable for baking and frying. Don’t use "extra virgin" olive oil for this; it’s best for salads.
I am a celiac, and I like to remember "eat fresh and eat naked" when I am cooking. I do have the occasional indulgence, such as gluten-free cookies (Betty Crocker has a GREAT gluten-free boxed cookie mix) and gluten-free cupcakes from a local bakery. Don’t deprive yourself, or you’ll end up gobbling everything in sight some night at 3 am.
I went to R.G. Drage Career Technical Center for culinary arts and we had a restaurant. We all worked in the restaurant cooking, serving, or doing the dishes. I would really like to add this to my resume for the customer service aspect so I ask, should I add this to my resume? If so, how should I label it and the dates?
Add it. It is pertinent and proper./
My husband and I just got married and are on a budget. How do I plan out good meals for the week that will also help me stay in a budget between $50-$100 for the week.
Also what are some good ideas for lunches to take to work? I would take more sandwiches, but I do not like them after they have been pre made and sit in the fridge. Any other suggestions would be great.
Oops I also forgot…if you have any good cheap meal suggestions that would be great too?
If you have a farmer’s market near you, get your produce there. It’s usually cheaper and fresher and sometimes, if you catch the sellers at the end of the day, you can bargain for some great deals on produce because they would rather sell it than take it back home.
Once a month I make a huge pot of vegetarian chili with vegetables bought from the farmers market. Load it up with tomatoes, beans, mushrooms, zucchini, carrots, onions, peppers and celery. With chopped mushrooms in it you don’t even miss the meat. Then I get the "Pruta" package of 17 plastic containers from IKEA for 5 bucks and package up chili to keep in the freezer for quick meals. It heats fast in the microwave. Also that chili is great with eggs for weekend breakfasts…put the chili in a non-stick skillet and when it starts to bubble, crack an egg or two right on top and cover and cook until the egg is the way you like it. Top with shredded cheddar and you’ve got a fabulous breakfast or brunch.
Waste nothing, take all those vegetable ends, herb stems, meat bones, seafood shells and keep them in a large zip loc bag in the freezer. When you have enough you can cover them with water in a stock pot or dutch oven and simmer a few hours to make your own stock or soup broth. It’s also good for gravies and sauces.
See if your local supermarkets have email sale circulars and sign up for them so you won’t miss any sales.
If you have a 99 cent store near you, see if they have a food aisle. I don’t trust a lot of the products they have but you can get herbs and spices and dried beans, rice and pasta super cheap sometimes. (My local store sells 2 16 oz bags of dried beans for 99 cents).
Lunch couldn’t be easier…make enough at dinner to take leftovers for lunch. For sandwiches wrap the bread, meats and vegetable in separate packages and assemble them at lunch time, they’ll taste much fresher.
Low-income American are cooking dinner most nights but are struggling to make healthy meals, says a new study from Share Our Strength’s Cooking Matters with support from the ConAgra Foods Foundation. Chef Sara Moulton has tips to make healthy, affordable meals!
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I am back in Southern California and looking to find a place to live that fits in with the lifestyle that I miss from my childhood. Specifically I am thinking about redondo beach real estate and looking for a place within easy walking distance of the strand. I have been living and working in the Northeast for about 3 years now and I really miss the weather here in So Cal. My time there was not terrible. I made really good money and I met a lot of nice people. If things had turned out better with the girl I met in New Hamphire I might still be living on the East Coast, but right now I am temporarily living out of a suitcase in my Dad’s place in the Valley.
For months now since I have graduated I have been seeking a new job that will have anything to do with my degree. It was easy while I was at school since they were basically paying me to work in my field while I went to school but now that I am out of school, I have been unable to find any graduate jobs that will help me continue to grow in experience and knowledge. It has become a rather absurd problem when I look at all the money that I have put into my education; I don’t regret the decision to do so and I have learned a lot in my time but America has really cut funding in the sciences and because of that, I am feeling trapped.
I’m looking more for ideas rather than recipes. I prefer to create my own recipes usually. I’m trying to eat on a budget now, but I do have some extra saffron lying around. I recently tried boiling some navy beans, chicken bouillon, rice, and chicken legs together with saffron, and it tasted very good. I need ideas like that, but I’m sick of rice. I had some amazing Pakistani/Indian food at a buffet, that was extremely simplistic and looked dirt cheap. Maybe ideas for that style of food.
Saffron is widely used in Indian sweets. Try with some deserts.
It tastes awesome with milk. You can use with any dairy product. Even try with smoothie.
As you said you like to create your own recipes. Be innovative with your own ideas. Good luck.
I’m trying to cook healthier for my family. I am looking for healthy, yet kid friendly (i have a six year old son) recipes. A bonus would be if they had a menu builder, but I won’t ask for too much.
I have been trying to eat more healthy foods, and I have been told that Thai restaurants cook healthy, vegetarian friendly meals. Does anyone have any suggestions?
If you want to eat healthy, try dining out at any of the vegetarian or veg-friendly restaurants listed on VegDining.com. Here’s the link:
I could have given you recommendations if I knew the general area where you live.