cheap & balanced grocery list ๐Ÿ“

carbs:

  • whole grain bread
  • low-sugar cereal
  • oats
  • rice
  • whole-grain pasta
  • sweet potatoes
  • plain popcorn

protein:

  • beans (baked, refried, canned, etc.)
  • lentils
  • peanut butter
  • plain / low-sugar yogurt
  • tuna
  • eggs
  • tofu

fat:

  • avocado
  • olive oil
  • walnuts

vegetables:

  • cauliflower
  • carrots
  • tomatoes
  • kale
  • canned pumpkin 
  • especially see what’s in season!

fruit:

  • apples
  • bananas
  • frozen berries
  • clementines
  • melons
  • especially see what’s in season!

Welcome to the wonderful world of Denny’s! Where you can be any food that you want! A pancake, a potato, a piece of pie. Just come on in and tell what you’d like to be and we’ll throw you in the transformation machine.

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I’d like you all to welcome some new bois ^w^
BECAUSE I HAVE A PROBLEM CLEARLY XD

Tiramisu is an associate professor of literature at the college Coffee attends :3
He’s a bit of a space case and is easily lost in his own thoughts ^^
His dream is to become a successful author, and despite his looks his genre is murder mysteries owo
On the quiet side, but very insightful!

Coffee is a bit nerdy, but generally considered a cool dude and liked by many! :D
He’s a culinary student who dreams of opening up his own restaurant one day ^^
Friendly and easy going he’s able to sort of float through life pretty well :3
Coffee is good at taking care of others, so, he’s perfectly happy to help out Tiramisu when the man is consumed by work or needs someone to help act out scenes from his book ^w^

Beer In Ancient Egypt

Beer was a staple in ancient Egypt. Called hqt (heqet), it was drunk by all ages, and all classes. It was so important that wages were sometimes paid in beer. Workmen at the pyramids of the Giza Plateau were given beer, three times daily - five kinds of beer and four kinds of wine have been found by archaeologists at the site.

The beer drunk by these ancient people was probably very similar to the way beer is still produced in Sudan today. The beer seems to have been not very intoxicating. It was nutritious, and rather sweet, without bubbles, and thick – so thick that the beer had to be strained by drinking it with wooden straws.

That’s not to say ancient Egyptian beer was non-alcoholic. There are plenty of records of ancient Egyptians drinking beer at festivals, getting drunk, and having what sounds like great parties.

Okay so the other day I saw this box in the store

and I just had to have it because bantam chickens!!!

I tried them out with my mom and they were AMAZING. Perfect bagel orbs…just like my chickens. Some how they come out perfectly toasted every time. So I went to their website because I needed to know…did bantam chickies inspire their name? And guess what!!!

they did!!!! And now I’m getting free bagels!!!! Anyways I have a new addiction and implore you all to consume these (bantambagels.com) I hope they make a gluten free option one day for my brother.