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colincakes:

i dont chase after men but if he has tattoos and muscles a bitch just might power walk

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bespectacledbisexual:

i like that we say “oh, man” to express disappointment

because men are disappointing

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Israeli Style Couscous with Lemon and Leeks1 c Trader Joe’s Harvest Grains Blend1 1/2 c vegan chicken broth1 tsp olive oil1/2 tbsp butter1 c water1 leek1 tbsp flax seeds1/8 tsp celery seed1 tsp salt1 tsp dried parsley1 lemon (zest and juice, divided)How to prepare the leeks: cut off the white end and the dark green tops, discard. Slice remaining chunk into half moons and separate the “rings” in a bowl of cold water. The leeks will float to the top, and the dirt/sand will sink to the bottom. Scoop the leeks out with a slotted spoon and put aside.In a medium sized saucepan, add olive oil and butter until melted. Sweat leeks over medium-low heat with salt until they’ve softened and there doesn’t appear to be any liquid in the pot (about 8 minutes). Add flax seeds and half of the lemon zest, stir to combine for about 1 minute. Add “chicken” broth, celery seed, and parsley. Bring to a boil, add the grains, cover and let cook for about 5 minutes, stirring frequently (it tends to stick to the bottom of the pot!) Once the liquid is absorbed, add 1 cup water and stir, stir, stir! Add half of the lemon juice, cover, and continue to cook for another 5 minutes (test frequently, cooking time can vary). When all the liquid is evaporated and the grains are done cooking, finish with remaining lemon juice/zest and serve.
(This recipe is listed as vegan because the butter is optional, you can substitute with vegan butter or double the amount of olive oil instead.)

cookingincombatboots:

Israeli Style Couscous with Lemon and Leeks

1 c Trader Joe’s Harvest Grains Blend
1 1/2 c vegan chicken broth
1 tsp olive oil
1/2 tbsp butter
1 c water
1 leek
1 tbsp flax seeds
1/8 tsp celery seed
1 tsp salt
1 tsp dried parsley
1 lemon (zest and juice, divided)

How to prepare the leeks: cut off the white end and the dark green tops, discard. Slice remaining chunk into half moons and separate the “rings” in a bowl of cold water. The leeks will float to the top, and the dirt/sand will sink to the bottom. Scoop the leeks out with a slotted spoon and put aside.

In a medium sized saucepan, add olive oil and butter until melted. Sweat leeks over medium-low heat with salt until they’ve softened and there doesn’t appear to be any liquid in the pot (about 8 minutes). Add flax seeds and half of the lemon zest, stir to combine for about 1 minute. Add “chicken” broth, celery seed, and parsley. Bring to a boil, add the grains, cover and let cook for about 5 minutes, stirring frequently (it tends to stick to the bottom of the pot!) Once the liquid is absorbed, add 1 cup water and stir, stir, stir! Add half of the lemon juice, cover, and continue to cook for another 5 minutes (test frequently, cooking time can vary). When all the liquid is evaporated and the grains are done cooking, finish with remaining lemon juice/zest and serve.

(This recipe is listed as vegan because the butter is optional, you can substitute with vegan butter or double the amount of olive oil instead.)

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April Fools’ Day Orange Juice [via]

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whisperlude I ACCIDENTALLY UNFOLLOWED YOU SO I CANT REPLY TO YOUR MESSAGE

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ppeaked:

i never drink capri sun bc the nasty ass mold that can get in them that u might not realize is in there and it’s so disturbing to think of the way we used to squish and smash the packaging while sucking really hard to get the last bit out like wtf what if there was one of the mold wormy things in there and u were slurping away and didn’t know i mean the idea of a drink w out all the preservatives is nice (even tho the drink obv still isn’t healthy) but they really need to rethink the packaging or just DO SOMETHING bc that shit is barf worthy and completely ruined capri sun for me and omg think of the children (if you don’t know what im talking about then google it)

YOU JUST RUINED MY LIFE

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