1 Easy Japan Delicious Long French Fries Recipe

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JAPAN FOOT LONG FRIES

Though the foot-long fry trend has yet to blow up in the U.S, I am guessing it’s only a matter of time. That means, you should start assessing exactly how you feel about the creation. 

 

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Where do you supposed extra long French fries will fall among the many different classifications of fries for you?

You’re probably wondering where on earth I find finds such massive potatoes to make these crispy creations, other than in Japan or Australia.

The answer is nowhere, they don’t exist. Instead, potatoes are mashed into a sort of batter-like consistency.

Then, the potato mixture is gathered into balls, and they’re placed, one by one, into a special machine that presses out long sticks of potato directly into a deep fryer. It kind of looks like pasta in the making.

 

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Once you get your basket of fresh #longfries, you can top them with one of two Japanese dipping sauces (let’s be honest, eating a dry French fry is pretty much pointless): a creamy shiitake mushroom sauce or a more traditional Japanese mayonnaise… though no one’s judging if you want to stick with regular ketchup or vinegar 😂🍿}

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Beauty in Nature Morning Walk 30 of April – Any Year in Australia

ABOUT NATURE …

Australia

“Nothing is quite beautiful alone: nothing but is beautiful in the whole. A single object is only so far beautiful as it suggests this universal grace.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson

“I felt my lungs inflate with the onrush of scenery—air, mountains, trees, people. I thought, “This is what it is to be happy.” — Sylvia Plath

 

“He was alone.  He was unheeded, happy, and near to the wild heart of life.  He was alone and young and willful and wild-hearted, alone amidst a waste of wild air and brackish waters and the sea harvest of shells and tangle and veiled grey sunlight.” — James Joyce

 

FAMILY OF LIONS IN BEAUTIFUL AUSTRALIA

 

Mother Nature in Australia

 

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Macadamia Nut Oil Beauty and It’s 5 Most Important Benefits

Macadamia

 

Synonyms of Macadamia: 

Australian Nut, Queensland Nut, Bush Nut, Baphal Nut

 

Scientific Name: Macadamia ternifolia FvMUELL

 

Family: Proteaceae (Protea Family)

 

Habitat:  Australia, Indonesia

 

Constituents:

 

Approximately 80% monounsaturated fatty acids of which about 50% is oleic acid and 20% palmitoleic acid, vitamins A, B, E, minerals.
Macadamia nut: about 70% fat, vitamin B, calcium, iron, phosphorus.

 

 

macadamia nut oil

 

 

1. BENEFITS ON THE SKIN

 

One of the antioxidants is squalene.   It is rare and has a particularly strong impact on our skin. Squalene is a naturally occurring antioxidant in our body, but adding more through this nut oil can help reduce oxidative stress on the body’s fats and the skin.

 

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As our skin ages it rapidly starts to lose Palmitoleic acid. This important fatty acid is the reason why macadamia is the perfect inclusion for mature skin types. By using macadamia oil topically, you restore your skin’s palmitoleic acid levels while maintaining a youthful glow.

 

2. ENERGY LEVELS

 

This nut-oil gives you a quick boost of energy to the body, something which the oil can also provide. However, you have to be careful with the dose (amount) of nuts and its oil while consuming, as it can quickly translate into weight gain and obesity, which comes with its own long list of health risks.

 

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3. STRENGTHENS THE HAIR

 

This oil penetrates hair more efficiently than some other oils, like mineral oil. Mineral oil can build up on your scalp. Over time, it can make your hair feel heavier and look duller.

 

4. RETAINS HEALTHY FATS

 

Although this isn’t a definitive health benefit, this Australian nut oil has a higher smoke point than other vegetable oils, like olive oil. Therefore, when you’re cooking with it, you are far less likely to burn off the beneficial fats, which are the main reason why you are using the oil in the first place.

 

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5. GREAT FOR COOKING

 

It is excellent for cooking because of its high smoke point of over 400 degrees Fahrenheit. It is typically higher than olive oil. This is important, because when oil begins to burn, it denatures and loses many of its health benefits, possibly become carcinogenic. 

 

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20 Surprising Fun Cat Facts – Abraham Lincoln Loved Cats!

CATURDAY FACTS – INTRO

Abraham Lincoln loved cats

ABRAHAM LINCOLN and his LOVE for CATS!

United States President, Abraham Lincoln, loved all animals, especially cats. He loved cats so much that his wife once said that cats were her husband’s hobby.

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The then, Secretary of State William Seward, gave two kittens on Lincoln as a White House gift. The President loved to spend hours just petting the cats and talking to them.

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Young cute cat close-up portrait. The British Shorthair pedigreed kitten with blue gray fur

He fed his kitties at the table. One time he used a gold fork to do that, which was too much for Mrs. Lincoln. His response?

“If a gold fork was good enough for former President Buchanan, it’s good enough for Tabby.”

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AMAZING FUN CAT FACTS:

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    1. Cats have over 20 muscles that control their ears.

    2. A group of cats is  called clowder.

    3. Cats have more data storage than an iPad.

    4. Abraham Lincoln had four cats in the White House.

    5. Adult cats only meow to communicate with humans.

    6. Some cats are ambidextrous. Although 40 to 50% of female cats are typically right-pawed, while male cats are typically left-pawed: Psychologists Deborah Wells and Sarah Millsopp of Queen’s University Belfast tested 42 house cats — 21 males and 21 females — to determine whether they favored their right or left paws when performing tasks of varying difficulty. Their report on the results has been accepted for publication in the journal Animal Behavior of Science Direct (play with your kitties and let me know if this is true. I did it and couldn’t prove it, 🤩 but then again, I’m not a Psychologist).

    7. SO SORRY dog lovers: A cat’s cerebral cortex (the part of the brain in charge of cognitive information processing) has 300 million neurons, compared with a dog’s 160 million. (BTW,  (I love dogs too 🐶).

    8. Cats are very picky creatures about their “bathroom.” If you have more than one feline, you should have one litter box for each one of them.

    9. They are the only mammals that cannot taste sweetness (no cake for my kitty-cats on my birthday).

    10. A cat can jump six times his length in a single bound.

    11. Cats love routine. Any change in their routine makes them mad, upset. Some cats get sick, they can vomit or refuse to eat.

    12. When Cats Leave Their Poop Uncovered It’s a Sign of Aggression.

    13. Kneading is a sign of contentment and happiness. Cats knead their mothers when they are nursing to stimulate the let-down of milk.

    14. There are currently 45 Hemingway cats living at the writer’s former home in Key West, Fla.

    15. A cat’s nose is ridged with a unique pattern, just like a human fingerprint.

    16. The first cat in space was a French cat named Felicette (a.k.a. “Astrocat”) In 1963, France blasted the cat into outer space. Electrodes implanted in her brains sent neurological signals back to Earth. She survived the trip.

    17. A cat can travel at a top speed of approximately 31 mph (49 km) over a short distance.

    18. In several countries of Europe and North America black cats are a sign of bad luck, but in Britain and Australia black cats are considered lucky!

    19. Usually, a cat has about 12 whiskers on each side of its face. Have you counted them already? 😇

    20. A cat’s jaw can’t move sideways, that is why a cat can’t chew large chunks of food.

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Work Hard Inspire Yourself Be Brilliant and Thrive – Post 327

PAUSE IF YOU MUST…BUT DON’T STOP!

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GET TO WORK!

There is no magic pill to success. You need to work hard and adore what you do if you want to accomplish your purpose in life.
It is annoying to hear people complain about money all the time and how hard everything is, but they don’t do anything about it.
Everything worthwhile in this life is not easy to acquire. It requires effort, knowledge and true passion.

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DON’T BE LAZY and WAKE UP!

When you really want to achieve your goals and the passion you have inside is strong, then 24 hours are not enough. You can’t wait for the new day to start, to see the dawn and get ready to work on your objective.

But if you are lazy or you are not sincere about acquiring success, then every little rock in your path is going to be a huge obstacle to continue.

Lazy people want to be on Facebook and other social media all the time sharing their fake lives, or they want to spend the day playing games and do nothing productive.

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FIRST OF ALL:

You need to have a vision of where you want to go, if you don’t have a goal where you wish to go you will end up anywhere and nowhere. Organize, make a plan and then go for it, full force and do not let anybody and nothing to stop you from getting where you want to be.

Resting and allowing yourself to goof around is simply not allowed for “go getters” . Winners don’t know the meaning of a long vacation because they are busy working on their purpose in life, their goal, their objective.

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5 Best Desserts Food of the Year 2018 Around the World

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Dessert is  a happy food, and they can enlighten anyone’s mood and bring a smile to the face.

Eating excessive volumes of sweets is not good for our health. It can potentially lead to a range of health issues in the future. It doesn’t mean that they can’t be enjoyed in moderation. Take a bite of your favourite chocolate or ice cream.

Eating in moderation is not bad, and we can allow ourselves to have it at least once a week. Don’t deprive yourself, instead reward yourself with it occasionally.

“Absolutely eat dessert first. The thing that you want to do the most, do that” — Joss Whedon

Hong Kong Bublewraps in London

Delicious English Food Dessert

Baked Alaska Flambé (on fire)

Flambé Alaska Dessert Food

Camp Fire Dessert in Canada

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“Broken Glass” made of Sugar with Raspberry in Australia

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Caribbean Rum Bananas Flambé with Amaretto

Low Calorie

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Beautiful Endangered Flower Ballerina Orchid Australia – P Nature #13

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The Ballerina Orchid has been listed as “Critically  endangered” under the Australian Government.

Extinction

Australia is quite rich in orchids with more than 1,300 native species (by contrast, there are only about 200 species in all of North America). About 140 of these are leek orchids, and most live in bushland remnants across the south of Australia.

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