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    Breakfast: Pumpkin and sunflower seeds and walnut in homemade yogurt + fruits and veggie smoothie (tomato, strawberry, turmeric, pineapple, juice of half lemon, ginger, avocado, celery, kale, verdure wheat grass, cinnamon powder)

Lazy eating, in front of the TV, calves are propped up on a stool, devouring fruits and vegetables directly from a blender accessory. The smoothies is raw, so I cant say makan langsung dari panci😁. When feeling overly lazy, thinking of downsizing what I eat, I usually omitting protein source for it is a rarity that someone could be deficient in protein. Protein and carbs (simple sugar and starch) are frequently presented in meals while carbs (dietary fiber) aren't. Skipping is not a choice, cause I eat only twice a day. It is hard to go on if i skip

I generally avoid eating tubers and fruits because both of them are naturally present as food reserves in plants. Reserves, I have a lot of those. Fat. Yes, in human body fat are food reserves. It is not logical for someone who already have a lot of food reserves like myself to eat more plants's food reserves.

Tubers and fruits are naturally high on carbs I need to avoid, they are high in simple sugar and starch. But avoiding fruits are harder, cause some bitter veggie smoothies taste are unbearable to consume then I will add fruits to counter the bitterness. Fruits are natural source of simple sugar fructose which is the sweetest of all sugar. Other popular fructose source are honey. 
Fructose though dont spike insulin like glucose, only liver can actually utilize it so excess fructose will then be stored by the liver as food reseves in the body (fat). Glucose is the main currency for energy in body, every cell in body can utilize it for energy. Eating a lot of fructose is not healthy for the liver and yes, it can actually make you fat! In other words, eating tubers and fruits can make you fat, so eating in moderation is best for someone healthy, for someone with hormonal disorder like myself, avoid it.

#lazyeating 
#homemadefoods
#homemadeyogurt

    Breakfast: Pumpkin and sunflower seeds and walnut in homemade yogurt + fruits and veggie smoothie (tomato, strawberry, turmeric, pineapple, juice of half lemon, ginger, avocado, celery, kale, verdure wheat grass, cinnamon powder)

    Lazy eating, in front of the TV, calves are propped up on a stool, devouring fruits and vegetables directly from a blender accessory. The smoothies is raw, so I cant say makan langsung dari panci😁. When feeling overly lazy, thinking of downsizing what I eat, I usually omitting protein source for it is a rarity that someone could be deficient in protein. Protein and carbs (simple sugar and starch) are frequently presented in meals while carbs (dietary fiber) aren't. Skipping is not a choice, cause I eat only twice a day. It is hard to go on if i skip

    I generally avoid eating tubers and fruits because both of them are naturally present as food reserves in plants. Reserves, I have a lot of those. Fat. Yes, in human body fat are food reserves. It is not logical for someone who already have a lot of food reserves like myself to eat more plants's food reserves.

    Tubers and fruits are naturally high on carbs I need to avoid, they are high in simple sugar and starch. But avoiding fruits are harder, cause some bitter veggie smoothies taste are unbearable to consume then I will add fruits to counter the bitterness. Fruits are natural source of simple sugar fructose which is the sweetest of all sugar. Other popular fructose source are honey.
    Fructose though dont spike insulin like glucose, only liver can actually utilize it so excess fructose will then be stored by the liver as food reseves in the body (fat). Glucose is the main currency for energy in body, every cell in body can utilize it for energy. Eating a lot of fructose is not healthy for the liver and yes, it can actually make you fat! In other words, eating tubers and fruits can make you fat, so eating in moderation is best for someone healthy, for someone with hormonal disorder like myself, avoid it.

    #lazyeating
    #homemadefoods
    #homemadeyogurt

    2 2 1 hour ago
    Making coconut yogurt from the flesh of fresh young coconuts gives you the added benefit of naturally occurring enzymes that are usually destroyed or altered when exposed to heat during factory processing. 
You can easily make it at home by buying whole, young drinking coconuts. Don’t let opening a whole coconut daunt you! We show you how! Pop up to the bio above for the recipe link

    Making coconut yogurt from the flesh of fresh young coconuts gives you the added benefit of naturally occurring enzymes that are usually destroyed or altered when exposed to heat during factory processing.
    You can easily make it at home by buying whole, young drinking coconuts. Don’t let opening a whole coconut daunt you! We show you how! Pop up to the bio above for the recipe link

    17 1 3 hours ago
    You need NUTRIENTS... not CALORIES...
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I just finished my first pregnancy almost 4 months ago, and am now a breastfeeding Mom! 13 months of being the sole life support for a tiny 👶🏻, and you hear a lot of talk about calories!
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I see the point, I mean being aware of calories can be helpful! I am not a calorie counter but every now and then I do count my calories to be sure I am not overdoing it in a normal day.
But calories aren’t really the point! 🤷🏼‍♀️
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Your baby, your milk supply, and you yourself need nutrients - Not calories! You can nail your calorie goals with protein bars, corn chips and salsa but not really give your body any good fuel to work with to do what it needs to do. 
Keeping up an adequate milk supply requires a lot of carbs, fat and protein. I can either eat things like English muffins and peanut butter (I’m not a hater- I actually love this snack every now and then😋) or I can get those fuels through things like 🍌’s, oats, 🥑’s and grass fed butter. These nutrient-dense foods, no matter their calorie content, are going to do a much better job of giving my body the fuel it needs and will probably keep me slimmer in the process! 🙌🏻
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I’m afraid the current obsession with calories encourages us to feel good about eating foods that (whether they are low or high-calorie) are full of EMPTY calories. Instead, focus on nutrient-dense foods and make your calories work for you without the obsessive counting. ❤️
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This snack pictured above was one of my main go-to’s when I was pregnant. It is homemade yogurt and frozen berries. My homemade yogurt tutorial is on my blog.💕
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#caloriecounting #realfood #nutrientdense #homemadeyogurt #berries #healthysnacks #healthyfoods #pregnancynutrition #breastfeedingnutrition #klutzyconnoisseur

    You need NUTRIENTS... not CALORIES...

    I just finished my first pregnancy almost 4 months ago, and am now a breastfeeding Mom! 13 months of being the sole life support for a tiny 👶🏻, and you hear a lot of talk about calories!

    I see the point, I mean being aware of calories can be helpful! I am not a calorie counter but every now and then I do count my calories to be sure I am not overdoing it in a normal day.
    But calories aren’t really the point! 🤷🏼‍♀️

    Your baby, your milk supply, and you yourself need nutrients - Not calories! You can nail your calorie goals with protein bars, corn chips and salsa but not really give your body any good fuel to work with to do what it needs to do.
    Keeping up an adequate milk supply requires a lot of carbs, fat and protein. I can either eat things like English muffins and peanut butter (I’m not a hater- I actually love this snack every now and then😋) or I can get those fuels through things like 🍌’s, oats, 🥑’s and grass fed butter. These nutrient-dense foods, no matter their calorie content, are going to do a much better job of giving my body the fuel it needs and will probably keep me slimmer in the process! 🙌🏻

    I’m afraid the current obsession with calories encourages us to feel good about eating foods that (whether they are low or high-calorie) are full of EMPTY calories. Instead, focus on nutrient-dense foods and make your calories work for you without the obsessive counting. ❤️

    This snack pictured above was one of my main go-to’s when I was pregnant. It is homemade yogurt and frozen berries. My homemade yogurt tutorial is on my blog.💕

    #caloriecounting #realfood #nutrientdense #homemadeyogurt #berries #healthysnacks #healthyfoods #pregnancynutrition #breastfeedingnutrition #klutzyconnoisseur

    16 2 7 hours ago
    Ça faisait un bout de temps que je voulais faire mes yogourts maison. Puis en allant chez ma sœur @capucinegrv j’ai goûté les siens et miam miam miam 😋. Alors de retour à la maison 💸💸 = yaourtière. C’est ultra facile à faire et c’est ultra bon. Alors bye bye Danone, Iögo et compagnie on a eu du fun ensemble mais c’est fini !! #homemadeyogurt #yaourtsmaison #zerodechet (plus de pots en plastique...)

    Ça faisait un bout de temps que je voulais faire mes yogourts maison. Puis en allant chez ma sœur @capucinegrv j’ai goûté les siens et miam miam miam 😋. Alors de retour à la maison 💸💸 = yaourtière. C’est ultra facile à faire et c’est ultra bon. Alors bye bye Danone, Iögo et compagnie on a eu du fun ensemble mais c’est fini !! #homemadeyogurt #yaourtsmaison #zerodechet (plus de pots en plastique...)

    20 0 9 hours ago
    I am a seasonal breakfast eater.  In the fall and winter I am an oatmeal girl always.  But when the sun comes out I love berries and yogurt.  This is blueberries and blackberries with homemade vanilla yogurt and granola.  I LOVE making my own yogurt.  I get to control what goes in it.  I make a gallon at a time because my kids love it too!  What is your go to summer breakfast?  #ilovecooking #homemadeyogurt #seasonaleating #eatrealfoods

    I am a seasonal breakfast eater. In the fall and winter I am an oatmeal girl always. But when the sun comes out I love berries and yogurt. This is blueberries and blackberries with homemade vanilla yogurt and granola. I LOVE making my own yogurt. I get to control what goes in it. I make a gallon at a time because my kids love it too! What is your go to summer breakfast? #ilovecooking #homemadeyogurt #seasonaleating #eatrealfoods

    13 0 11 hours ago
    It is well at 43 degree celcius. Now it is the waiting time. My yogurt maker's default setting is for 8 hours.

Ingredients:
2 cups/480 ml of water+ 75 gr whole powdered goat milk by Meyenberg
6 capsules of complete Probiotics capsule suplement by dr. Mercola

Tools:
Bamboo ladle
Ceramic Induction Pot by Luminarc
Induction stove as heat source by Modena
Pyrex 4 Qt mixing bowl for ice bath
Yogurt maker by Vitaclay
Ball Jar for storing the yogurt in fridge
Silicone spatula for scraping

Bring the goat milk to 85 degree celcius in the ceramic pot then keep it at that temperature for about 30 minutes continuing stiring with the ladle. Quoting from dr mercola recipe how to make yogurt at home: Heating the milk first to a higher temperature helps denature the milk proteins so they set together as “yogurt” instead of forming curds as in cheese making. 
Move the pot from heat to the ice bath, carefully checking temperature for 43 degree celcius. Then take it out from the ice bath and start pouring the content of the probiotics capsule. Stir it until well combined. Then put it at yogurt maker.

Hope it turn out wonderfully creamy, finger cross🤞😁 #homemadefoods 
#homemadeyogurt

    It is well at 43 degree celcius. Now it is the waiting time. My yogurt maker's default setting is for 8 hours.

    Ingredients:
    2 cups/480 ml of water+ 75 gr whole powdered goat milk by Meyenberg
    6 capsules of complete Probiotics capsule suplement by dr. Mercola

    Tools:
    Bamboo ladle
    Ceramic Induction Pot by Luminarc
    Induction stove as heat source by Modena
    Pyrex 4 Qt mixing bowl for ice bath
    Yogurt maker by Vitaclay
    Ball Jar for storing the yogurt in fridge
    Silicone spatula for scraping

    Bring the goat milk to 85 degree celcius in the ceramic pot then keep it at that temperature for about 30 minutes continuing stiring with the ladle. Quoting from dr mercola recipe how to make yogurt at home: Heating the milk first to a higher temperature helps denature the milk proteins so they set together as “yogurt” instead of forming curds as in cheese making.
    Move the pot from heat to the ice bath, carefully checking temperature for 43 degree celcius. Then take it out from the ice bath and start pouring the content of the probiotics capsule. Stir it until well combined. Then put it at yogurt maker.

    Hope it turn out wonderfully creamy, finger cross🤞😁 #homemadefoods
    #homemadeyogurt

    6 4 23 hours ago
    Homemade Greek yogurt beats any storebought brand I've ever tried! I find it to be much milder in flavor. I strain my homemade yogurt to make Greek yogurt, then whisk in THM stevia and vanilla extract to taste.

Here you see my current straining set up: a large colander set inside a larger bowl. The colander is lined with part of an old curtain I bought at a thrift store. 😛 Don't worry - I washed it. You need a weave loose enough that liquid can get through it, but not so loose that the yogurt solids get through it as well. Cheesecloth is probably too loose unless you use several layers.

Making your own Greek yogurt is really easy! I have a tutorial on my website (clickable link in profile): https://www.briana-thomas.com/easy-homemade-greek-yogurt-video-tutorial/

#brianathomas #trimhealthymama #thm #lowglycemic #Greekyogurt #protein #tutorial #homemadeyogurt

    Homemade Greek yogurt beats any storebought brand I've ever tried! I find it to be much milder in flavor. I strain my homemade yogurt to make Greek yogurt, then whisk in THM stevia and vanilla extract to taste.

    Here you see my current straining set up: a large colander set inside a larger bowl. The colander is lined with part of an old curtain I bought at a thrift store. 😛 Don't worry - I washed it. You need a weave loose enough that liquid can get through it, but not so loose that the yogurt solids get through it as well. Cheesecloth is probably too loose unless you use several layers.

    Making your own Greek yogurt is really easy! I have a tutorial on my website (clickable link in profile): https://www.briana-thomas.com/easy-homemade-greek-yogurt-video-tutorial/

    #brianathomas #trimhealthymama #thm #lowglycemic #Greekyogurt #protein #tutorial #homemadeyogurt

    445 19 18 June, 2019
    I eat a fair bit of yogurt. I have it for breakfast, as a snack or part of a main meal, as a dessert and I use it on my skin. It’s a wonderful versatile product, but...more often than not comes in non or hard to recycle plastic. Had a known a few years ago just how easy it is to make yogurt I would have done this so much sooner. All you really need is a thermometer, starter for your first batch, milk a glass jar and, if you want thicker yoghurt, some cheese cloth. All that will probably set you back about £15-£25 initially, but then it will just be the cost of your milk going forward. I’m lucky enough to be able to have my milk delivered to me in glass bottles which I then return. Just make sure you’re trying to choose the most sustainable source/packaging of your dairy/soy milk to ensure you are actually reducing your impact. I often see yogurt pots  on beach clean up posts, there have been yoghurt pots dating right back to the 1970s washing up on our beaches. Personally, if it takes me less than 10 minutes to make my own, and saves a whole load of pollution and money at the same time, we’ll then what reason have you got not to? #reduceplastic #homemadeyogurt #goodhumanguide #organic #plasticfree #plasticfreeliving #saveourbeaches #noplanetb🌎

    I eat a fair bit of yogurt. I have it for breakfast, as a snack or part of a main meal, as a dessert and I use it on my skin. It’s a wonderful versatile product, but...more often than not comes in non or hard to recycle plastic. Had a known a few years ago just how easy it is to make yogurt I would have done this so much sooner. All you really need is a thermometer, starter for your first batch, milk a glass jar and, if you want thicker yoghurt, some cheese cloth. All that will probably set you back about £15-£25 initially, but then it will just be the cost of your milk going forward. I’m lucky enough to be able to have my milk delivered to me in glass bottles which I then return. Just make sure you’re trying to choose the most sustainable source/packaging of your dairy/soy milk to ensure you are actually reducing your impact. I often see yogurt pots on beach clean up posts, there have been yoghurt pots dating right back to the 1970s washing up on our beaches. Personally, if it takes me less than 10 minutes to make my own, and saves a whole load of pollution and money at the same time, we’ll then what reason have you got not to? #reduceplastic #homemadeyogurt #goodhumanguide #organic #plasticfree #plasticfreeliving #saveourbeaches #noplanetb 🌎

    9 1 18 June, 2019
    Smoothie made with homemade yogurt & homegrown popcorn shoot. Added chia seeds too.

No, I dont like the lingering sweetness from popcorn shoots. Even lactic acid in yogurt cannot balance the lingering sweetness. Looks like it will need some help from bitterness of dark cacao powder, next rounds I will make a dark chocolate smoothie. 
Or perhaps I have overdosed the popcorn shoots for my liking, 18g in 450g full fat yogurt.

For those who are used to HIS, sugarfree candies, diet/zero sugar beverages... this should be fine. And to me this is a zillion times better in sweetness profile than liqourice/ monk fruit/ stevia. 
#popcornshoots #naturalHIS #homemadeyogurt #homegrownshoots #urbanfarmer #urbanfarming
#homecookedisthebest #homecookedfood #homecooking #meisuskitchen #meisucooks

    Smoothie made with homemade yogurt & homegrown popcorn shoot. Added chia seeds too.

    No, I dont like the lingering sweetness from popcorn shoots. Even lactic acid in yogurt cannot balance the lingering sweetness. Looks like it will need some help from bitterness of dark cacao powder, next rounds I will make a dark chocolate smoothie.
    Or perhaps I have overdosed the popcorn shoots for my liking, 18g in 450g full fat yogurt.

    For those who are used to HIS, sugarfree candies, diet/zero sugar beverages... this should be fine. And to me this is a zillion times better in sweetness profile than liqourice/ monk fruit/ stevia.
    #popcornshoots #naturalHIS #homemadeyogurt #homegrownshoots #urbanfarmer #urbanfarming
    #homecookedisthebest #homecookedfood #homecooking #meisuskitchen #meisucooks

    10 0 18 June, 2019
    Making yet another batch of #Elderflowersyrup and also trying #homemadeyogurt. With #zerowaste being at the front of everyones minds now I thought I'd try eliminate at least one single use container that is always on my shopping list. Wish me luck!!

    Making yet another batch of #Elderflowersyrup and also trying #homemadeyogurt . With #zerowaste being at the front of everyones minds now I thought I'd try eliminate at least one single use container that is always on my shopping list. Wish me luck!!

    16 1 17 June, 2019

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    homemade yogurt, with fresh strawberries, chia seeds, and honey. and sunshine. #hellojune!
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mom’s been making amazake on and off, in addition to regular batches of shio koji and shoyu (soy sauce) koji. she used to use our old rice cooker for them, but recently we decided to invest in a multi-purpose yogurt maker, a simple, inexpensive one that you could also use to make amazake, shio-koji, and the like. but since it is a yogurt maker, i decided to make yogurt, too. 
my first few batches were made using a mesophilic culture, which tends to make thin, runny yogurt, which isn’t my biggest favorite. i’ll play around and try some other yogurt / starters to see how they go. #homemadeyogurt #fermentedfoods.
うちで甘酒や塩麹を作るのに、今まで炊飯器を使っていたのですが、先日ヨーグルトメーカーを導入したので、せっかくなので(?)ヨーグルトを作ってみました。最初はとりあえず市販のヨーグルトの種菌を使用。それがちょっとカスピ海系のゆるいヨーグルトで、わたしはどちらかというと固いヨーグルトが好みでなので、ちょっといろいろ試してみようと思います。#自家製ヨーグルト

    homemade yogurt, with fresh strawberries, chia seeds, and honey. and sunshine. #hellojune !
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    mom’s been making amazake on and off, in addition to regular batches of shio koji and shoyu (soy sauce) koji. she used to use our old rice cooker for them, but recently we decided to invest in a multi-purpose yogurt maker, a simple, inexpensive one that you could also use to make amazake, shio-koji, and the like. but since it is a yogurt maker, i decided to make yogurt, too.
    my first few batches were made using a mesophilic culture, which tends to make thin, runny yogurt, which isn’t my biggest favorite. i’ll play around and try some other yogurt / starters to see how they go. #homemadeyogurt #fermentedfoods .
    うちで甘酒や塩麹を作るのに、今まで炊飯器を使っていたのですが、先日ヨーグルトメーカーを導入したので、せっかくなので(?)ヨーグルトを作ってみました。最初はとりあえず市販のヨーグルトの種菌を使用。それがちょっとカスピ海系のゆるいヨーグルトで、わたしはどちらかというと固いヨーグルトが好みでなので、ちょっといろいろ試してみようと思います。 #自家製ヨーグルト

    893 14 1 June, 2019