milk soy

Eating cleaner, feeling cleaner.

I’ve been so focused on my diet lately and despite having a major breakout at the beginning due to the huge change it has definitely made a mahoosive positive impact on myself both physically and mentally.

I’ve swapped my cows milk for soy and coconut, swapped from quick supermarket snacks to healthy, organic, clean snacks such as fruits and natural yogurts. I’ve been having my vegetables with homemade dips so i know all thier ingredients, removed ALL caffeine from my diet and minimised my sugar intake, drinking 2 litres minimum of water a day. I have removed the majority of red meats only eating these once a weeks, and have added more quorn into my diet. I have started shopping locally for my meats and dairy too supporting smaller butchers and farms it’s not much pricier and you know the source. Smoothies have made a great breakfast replacement for my stupid early hours at work after eating a solid breakfast in a morning anytime before 6am was giving me the worst stomach pains ever.

Overall i feel so much fresher, so much more awake and alert. I have tonnes more energy and it is all definitely taking an effect on my body. I’m shedding my fat like crazy and due to the dairy and white meats my muscle building has sped up incredibly. It’s a strict diet but it’s definitely worth it and your body soon adjusts to its new routine and all bad cravings vanish!

why is the criteria for “being an activist” so low nowadays? this is not only @ liberals but also so many radfems, vegans, etc. you’re not an activist just because you believe in basic biology, or because you agree with gender abolition, your opinion doesn’t make you an activist. and I’m even hesitant to call vegans activists - sure, being vegan is more than having an opinion, but putting soy milk in your cereal instead of cows milk is not activism, I’m sorry 

a concept: me, sitting on a floor with a dog on my lap, 3,29€ to my name, leaning against a heater that’s a bit too warm, drinking coffee sweetened with soy milk to my empty stomach, listening to a melodic death metal playlist from 2012, reading les misérables that’s been translated to my native language back in when even my grandparents weren’t born yet, while also rocking socks that don’t match. it’s raining outside and im late with my rent, and i want a hug but everyone’s so far away

Fun ‘Alternative Facts’
  • The earth is flat
  • Inside everyones head, there is a tiny man controlling your actions
  • Once a day, every day, a stranger knocks not once- but twice at your door. You have never seen the stranger, but you know he’s there.
  • Shakespeare was inspired to write Romeo and Juliet after watching the 1996 film of the same name
  • Montana has no speed limit. People have taken advantage of this and used it as a legal loophole to go faster than light.
  • Soy milk comes from the udders of a soy bean, it’s very difficult to extract
  • Superman by Goldfinger was actually based on the idea of the Übermensch from “Thus Spoke Zarathustra”
  • Oranges are just large, discoloured grapes

Vegan Pumpkin Spice French Toast


  • 4 slices of thick bread or toast
  • ¾ cup dairy free milk (I used soy)
  • 1 tsp pumpkin pie spice
  • 2 tbsp flour (I used chickpea)
  • 1 tbsp maple syrup
  • 1 pinch of salt
  • 2 tbsp pumpkin puree
  • 1 tbsp vegan butter for frying
  • 1 tsp pumpkin pie spice for garnishing (optional)
  • 1 tbsp sugar for garnishing (optional)


1. Slice your bread into equal strips and set aside.

2. Combine the remaining ingredients in a wide bowl and whisk well.

3. Melt butter in a large pan. Quickly dip the toast slices into your batter. Do not soak! Then transfer the battered slices to your heated pan and fry each side until crust has formed (about 2 minutes on each side).

4. Once all slices have finished you can roll them into a sugar mixture (optional) and serve with maple syrup. Enjoy!

biscotto - biscuit, cookie
brioche (f.) - brioche
burro - butter
caffè - coffee
caffè decaffeinato - decaffeinated coffee
caffellatte - milky coffee
cereali - cereals
colazione (f.) - breakfast
colazione continentale - continental breakfast
colazione all’inglese (OR all’americana) - english/american breakfast 
cornetto - croissant
fetta biscottata - rusk
frutta - fruit
frutta secca - dried fruit
giornale (m.) - newspaper
latte (m.) - milk
latte al cioccolato - chocolate milk
latte caldo - hot milk
latte di avena - oat milk 
latte di soia - soy milk
latte parzialmente scremato - semi-skimmed milk
latte scremato - skimmed milk
marmellata - jam 
marmellata di… - … jam
miele (m.) - honey
müsli/muesli (m. pl.) - müsli/muesli
pancarré (m.) - sandwiches bread 
pancetta - bacon
prosciutto - ham
salsiccia - sausage
succo - juice 
succo di frutta - fruit juice
succo di… - … juice
tazza - mug
tazzina - coffee cup
(m) - tea
teiera - teapot
toast (m.) / pane tostato - toast
tostapane - toaster
uovo (m.), uova (f.) - egg, eggs
yogurt (m.) - yogurt
zucchero - sugar

fare colazione - to have breakfast

Is it just me or does adding apple to oatmeal make it feel more like fall time? Oatmeal was cooked in soy milk, with cinnamon, and nutmeg. Then topped it off with, coconut, banana, Apple, and can’t for get the peanutbutter🙃

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Jun is known as the Soy Milk Killer. Hoshi bought soy milk and put it in the fridge, and Jun was the one who drank the most.

Who opens the fridge the most often in Seventeen? Everyone chose Jun. Right after he wakes up in the morning he’ll go and see what’s in the fridge.

Every morning he’d sit in front of the fridge, play games and read novels while charging his phone.

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