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Essenzia’s Carrier Oil Kit gives you all the supplies you need to start utilizing your essential oils for aromatherapy, homemade beauty products and natural home remedies. This cost effective, 14 Piece Starter Kit makes it easy and simple to put your essential oils to use. Kit includes 4oz bottle of Essenzia’s 100% Pure, Therapeutic Grade Fractionated Coconut Oil, cold pressed and made from the highest quality coconuts. It’s the preferred carrier oil for making essential oil topical blends & aromatherapy. Kit Includes: 1 - 4oz Essenzia Fractionated Carrier Oil 6 - 10ml Cobalt Blue Roller Bottles with Stainless Steel Rollers 2 - 2oz Plastic Cobalt Blue Bottles with Fine-mist Sprayer 2 - Plastic Pipettes, makes transferring essential oils a precise process to new container 1 - Mini-funnel -for no mess, no fuss transference of carrier and essential oils 1 - Essential Oil Bottle Opener- makes removing orifice reducer found on most essential oil bottles easyCarrier Oils ensure that essential oils applied topically are comfortable to the skin. Dilution with a carrier oil does not dilute the effect of the essential oil. In fact, it prevents waste due to excessive application. Add four to five drops of your favorite essential oil to 10ml’s of fractionated coconut oil to create a safe topical blend.
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the oil refinery/transfer station by shoreline though technically it’s not in king county even though it’s only accesible through shoreline (i know this because i went through an obsession with municipal maps phase) there are plans to clean it up and turn it into condos and shopping and natural areas. which would be cool. i think the old decaying tanks and equipment are cool too but that’s my two cents… there’s a great deep water pier that i would love to walk on one day

5 things tag ^.^

Hello! i was tagged by my friend @seventeen-requests :D (thank you!!)

Five things you will find in my bag

  1. chapstick
  2. hand sanitizer
  3. headphones
  4. probably food lbr
  5. sunglasses

Five things you will find in my bedroom

  1. giant chinese flag (lol)
  2. way too many clothes
  3. kpop albums
  4. some random paper clips
  5. lots of plushies 

Five things I’ve always wanted to do

  1. travel the world
  2. find real love
  3. make a professional music video
  4. become invisible (at times lol)
  5. run around town putting up kpop promotion posters or something

Five things that make me happy

  1. seventeen
  2. chinese food
  3. winnie the pooh
  4. rain
  5. music 

Five things that i`m currently into

  1. monsta x
  2. slow motion photography
  3. aesthetic moodboards
  4. nail art
  5. fashion 

Five things on my To Do list

  1. finish paperwork for university transfer
  2. car oil change
  3. buy my mom’s birthday present
  4. brush my dog
  5. organize electronics


I’ll just tag some of my friends, don’t feel like you have to do this! @escaping-normalcy @gimmiechimchim @shaheenalofthus @mangobearer @bangtanxships @yourhopeyourangeeel

Wild Daylily Tempura-

Ditch/daylily goodness! Light and crispy, easy, and only a few ingredients. Be sure to identify correctly! The wild lily variety is what we are loping for, not to be confused with hybrid or tiger lilies. Only nibble a little at first to make sure there are no stomach sensitivities… Then enjoy!

Ingredients: 1 cup flour, 1 cup ice water, 1 egg, oil for frying (I used grapeseed), daylily buds*

*Be 110% sure when identifying!

Heat oil over medium to high heat. Sift flour and set aside. Beat egg in a medium bowl, add ice water and beat again. Add flour and mix with chopsticks until just mixed. A few lumps are okay. Do not over mix. Dip buds in batter and transfer to oil for 30-60 seconds or until light golden brown. Remove from oil and enjoy! 

I like to dip in many things! Of course a sweet soy sauce is divine, but ranch and catsup are great too!

Scones with jam

Scones with jam.

Ingredients:
cow’s milk 200 ml
-margarine 50 g
-chicken eggs 2 PCs.
-sugar 3 tbsp.
-vegetable oil 3 tbsp.
vanillin 1 pinch
-jam 12 tsp.
-yeast 1 tsp.
Sol ½ tsp.
-flour 3.5 to 4 tbsp.
Mak 5 tbsp

Method of preparation:
In warm milk dissolve yeast and 1 teaspoon sugar, add 2-3 tbsp flour, stir, set aside for 10 minutes. To melt margarine, pour into a bowl, add the egg, sugar, vanilla, salt and vegetable oil, all stir well, pour the mixture into the dough. Podsypaya sifted flour, knead the dough. Knead 2 minutes to make it smooth, then transfer to oiled pan, cover and put in a heat 1-1.5 hours.

When the dough is suitable, divide it by 11-12 balls. Pan or form grease butter. Each ball roll out and in the center put a teaspoon of jam. The edges of the ball well stung, giving bun round shape.

Lay the buns on a baking tray, cover with cling film and leave to stand for 20 minutes to come up.

Buns as will fit, brush them with egg and sprinkle with poppy seeds. Put in the preheated oven and bake at 180-200 ° until Golden brown.
Ready!

🔸 SAVE the recipe so as not to lose!!

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$3.8 billion Dakota Access oil pipeline begins service

BISMARCK, N.D. — The $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline began shipping oil for customers on Thursday, as Native American tribes that opposed the project vowed to continue fighting.

Dallas-based Energy Transfer Partners announced that the 1,200-mile line carrying North Dakota oil through South Dakota and Iowa to a distribution point in Illinois had begun commercial service. The Dakota Access pipeline and the Energy Transfer Crude Oil Pipeline from Illinois to the Gulf Coast together make up the $4.8 billion Bakken Pipeline system, which ETP said has commitments for about 520,000 barrels of oil daily.

“The pipeline will transport light, sweet crude oil from North Dakota to major refining markets in a more direct, cost-effective, safer and more environmentally responsible manner than other modes of transportation, including rail or truck,” the company said in a statement.

Grow America’s Infrastructure Now, a coalition of businesses, trade associations, and labour groups that benefit from infrastructure development, issued a statement saying projects such as Dakota Access “are key components to unlocking our nation’s economic potential and creating jobs.”

Four Sioux tribes in the Dakotas are still fighting in federal court in Washington, D.C., hoping to persuade a judge to shut down the line. Tribes and environmental groups fear it might pollute water sources. More than half a year of protests in North Dakota resulted in 761 arrests before President Donald Trump’s administration and the courts allowed the pipeline to be completed earlier this year.

“Now that the Dakota Access pipeline is fully operational, we find it more urgent than ever that the courts and administration address the risks posed to the drinking water of millions of American citizens,” Standing Rock Sioux Chairman Dave Archambault said in a statement. “This pipeline became operational today, yet it has already leaked at least three times.”

The leaks came as the line was being prepared for service. The Dakota Access pipeline and a feeder line leaked more than 100 gallons of oil in western North Dakota in separate incidents in March, and the Dakota Access line leaked 84 gallons of oil in northern South Dakota in April. No waterways were affected.

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Blake Nicholson, The Associated Press

$3.8 billion Dakota Access oil pipeline begins service

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) – The $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline began shipping oil for customers on Thursday, as Native American tribes that opposed the project vowed to continue fighting.

Dallas-based Energy Transfer Partners announced that the 1,200-mile line carrying North Dakota oil through South Dakota and Iowa to a distribution point in Illinois had begun commercial service. The Dakota Access pipeline and the Energy Transfer Crude Oil Pipeline from Illinois to the Gulf Coast together make up the $4.8 billion Bakken Pipeline system, which ETP said has commitments for about 520,000 barrels of oil daily.

“The pipeline will transport light, sweet crude oil from North Dakota to major refining markets in a more direct, cost-effective, safer and more environmentally responsible manner than other modes of transportation, including rail or truck,” the company said in a statement.

Grow America’s Infrastructure Now, a coalition of businesses, trade associations, and labor groups that benefit from infrastructure development, issued a statement saying projects such as Dakota Access “are key components to unlocking our nation’s economic potential and creating jobs.”

Four Sioux tribes in the Dakotas are still fighting in federal court in Washington, D.C., hoping to persuade a judge to shut down the line. Tribes and environmental groups fear it might pollute water sources. More than half a year of protests in North Dakota resulted in 761 arrests before President Donald Trump’s administration and the courts allowed the pipeline to be completed earlier this year.

“Now that the Dakota Access pipeline is fully operational, we find it more urgent than ever that the courts and administration address the risks posed to the drinking water of millions of American citizens,” Standing Rock Sioux Chairman Dave Archambault said in a statement. “This pipeline became operational today, yet it has already leaked at least three times.”

The leaks came as the line was being prepared for service. The Dakota Access pipeline and a feeder line leaked more than 100 gallons of oil in western North Dakota in separate incidents in March, and the Dakota Access line leaked 84 gallons of oil in northern South Dakota in April. No waterways were affected.

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Check out these before/after photos of my airbrush make-up from another bridal trial I did last weekend 😃. She loved the look, which was all completely airbrushed. It’s so nice to do a smokey eye on someone without ever using a brush! Also, this look resists sweat, tears, fading, oil or transferring off for 16+ hours, which is the perfect solution for an August wedding in Chicago! #Nedastevic #NedaStevicArtist #AirbrushMakeup #BridalMakeup #TemptuPro #ChicagoMakeupArtist #MilwaukeeMakeupArtist #HDMakeup #SmokeyEyes

How to Make Salves

I’ve been reading a lot of witchy and herbalism books because my apartment doesn’t have WiFi yet, and I want to share with you some cool stuff that I learned.

Ingredients:

  • 1 cup coconut oil
  • 1 tbsp aloe vera juice
  • ½ cup olive oil
  • 1/3 cup beeswax
  • 1 tsp Melaleuca
  • 1 tbsp tea tree oil

Procedure:

  1. Cut or shave beeswax into smaller pieces. Place this in a double boiler or in a jar on a pan on the stove. Fill the pan up with water about half-way up
  2. Turn on to medium heat and let the beeswax melt
  3. Add in the coconut oil followed by all the rest of the ingredients except for the tea tree oil. Mix well after adding each new ingredient
  4. Remove from heat and let cool. Once the mix is cool enough for you to touch, stir in tea tree oil
  5. Transfer to another container and cover with a paper towel
  6. Let it sit on the counter overnight or until completely cooled (it will be solid)
  7. Cover with an air-tight lid and store in a dark cool place

This is all-purpose, meaning that it’s good for cuts, bruises, chapped lips, burns, etc. Add in oils to give it a special purpose such as lavender and chamomile for stress relief (use like a lotion) or peppermint and spearmint to soothe a stomach (rub on your stomach). Research what different oils can do for you and make your own!! You should NOT ingest this stuff. 

For more specific info, you can check out the book I read, Healing Salve by Iris Joseph. It’s on kindle unlimited on Amazon!!

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Lately!
• we got a new couch! Actually a day bed, but doubles as a couch :)
• loving my essential oil adventures
• transferring to the clinical psych PhD at my school!!!!
• work kicking my butt :(
• we cleaned the whole apartment!
• back on my meds again, less side effects this time around!

KNF Laboport Vacuum Pump with gauge-needle valve

KNF Dual Diaphragm Laboport Vacuum Pump

KNF Neuberger PM 3465-N820.0 ( Similar specification as UN 820.3 FTP ) Dual Diaphragm vacuum pump.With extra gauge and needle valve for non-corrosive applications, 100% oil-free transfer, Used for filtration or for Rotary evaporation. Flow Rate 20 liters/min, Material of construction for the pump head is PTFE, the Diaphragm is also coated in PTFE, Ultimate Vacuum 6 Torr, or 7.9 mbar, or 0.116020 psi, or 7999.93 PA, Tube connections are 3.8" app Dimensions Flow Rate 20 (l/min), Permissible gas and ambient temp range +5…+40 °C, Operating Pressure 15 (psi) 8.2" Height x 6" Width x 12.3 “ Length

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I printed out some text images from your blog and used wintergreen oil transfer to print them into a little book I made about my boyfriend, I love your stuff a lot it makes me feel everything

I don’t usually like posting anons but this is so so cute I love it 

Recipe: Roots Platter

Description: This’ll keep you digging for more.

Game ingredients: Cave Carrot, Winter Root

This recipe restores 125 energy and 50 health. It also gives a +3 Combat bonus. It can be obtained from achieving Level 3 Combat and sells for 100g.

Difficulty: Easy, 45 minutes. Serves 4.

I make this recipe quite often, but I usually just use potatoes and carrots.

-Root vegetables: turnips, parsnips, carrots, rutabaga, etc
-Tubers: potatoes, yams, etc
-¼ to 1/3 cup olive oil, as needed
-One Step Greek seasoning (or seasoning of your choice!)

For 4 servings I used 2 parsnips, 2 carrots, half a rutabaga, 3 small potatoes, and half a yam. I didn’t use turnips, but about 2 of those will do if you choose to have some as well.

Preheat the oven to 395°F. 

Chop up the tubers and roots into small chunks, removing any unwanted peels and ends. I keep the peels on the potatoes. For rutabagas, you may need to use a knife to remove the peel since most vegetable peelers aren’t strong enough to remove the skin. 

Combine the olive oil and seasoning in a large bowl, and add all the vegetables. Toss to fully coat them, ensuring an even distribution of oil and seasoning. 

Transfer the vegetables to a baking dish and cook for 35 minutes, or more if needed. The larger the chunks, the more time needed. 

Serve hot with lunch or dinner. Some root vegetables don’t hold a lot of flavour, so the seasoning helps a lot! This dish is tasty and nutritious. 

-SVR

anonymous asked:

The argument against the DAPL is that the pipeline goes over that river/water source and if the DAPL ruptures itll poision the tribes water. Just look at Alabama where 300,000 + gallons leaked after pipeline ruptured.

That’s a really a poor argument because it’s based on something that Energy Transfer Crude Oil would also not want to happen. No company wants to lose money.
The company has stated they are 100% liable for any damages incurred and fully compensate.

The company explains on their website the minimum depths this will be constructed and that statistically pipelines are safer than trucking, shipping or rail freight.

They monitor the pipeline and inspect it year round, covering the whole thing 26 times per year.

This is the safest way to move crude oil.

Something I COULD NOT get out of my head awhile ago. It’s in Google Docs as Misc. Ideas. 


They have an herb garden.

In a window box that hangs off the balcony that Jack installed after Bittle came back from the grocery store weighed down with butter and flour and complaining that he couldn’t find any basil.

“I went to three stores,” he said as he handed Jack the flour to dump into the container on the counter. “Nothing. I was going to make spaghetti for dinner tonight.”

“I think I have some jarred sauce.”

Bittle turned to look at him, cupped his face with both his hands and said “Oh honey.”

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