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When we first did our first play together, the night before we opened, I thought we were gonna punch each other up. I thought there was gonna be a big fight. We never got to that– we had to go somewhere, and the car broke down. We had to walk, so we cooled off. And then sometimes onstage when we do plays we’d improvise insults to each other and sometimes we’d get very personal and then start to talk about what was going on each other’s relationships and things like that. But we’ve gone past that, and now we work easier together without that kind of layers to it. Fortunately.

Safe Foods Masterpost


Almost everything, really…
(But I’m listing my favourites ayy)

Napa cabbage: 12 calories/100 g

Lettuce: 15 calories/100 g

Celery: 16 calories/100 g

Cucumber: 16 calories/100 g

Zucchini: 17 calories/ 100 g

Tomato: 18 calories/100 g

Bell pepper: 20 calories/100 g

Spinach: 23 calories/100 g

Cabbage: 25 calories/100 g

Eggplant: 25 calories/100 g

Pumpkin: 26 calories/100 g

Green beans: 31 calories/100 g

Broccoli: 34 calories/100 g

Mushrooms: 38 calories/100 g

Onion: 40 calories/100 g

Carrots: 41 calories/100 g

Questionable -

Potato: 77 calories/100 g

Peas: 81 calories/100 g

Sweet potato: 86 calories/100 g


Watermelon: 30 calories/100 g

Strawberries: 33 calories/100 g

Cantaloupe: 34 calories/100 g

Honeydew: 36 calories/100 g

Peach: 39 calories/100 g

Grapefruit: 42 calories/100 g

Blackberries: 43 calories/100 g

Orange: 47 calories/100 g

Cherry: 50 calories/100 g

Pineapple: 50 calories/100 g

Apple: 52 calories/100 g

Raspberries: 53 calories/100 g

Tangerine: 53 calories/100 g

Questionable -

Mango: 60 calories/100 g

Kiwi: 61 calories/100 g

Grapes: 67 calories/100 g

Fish and meat alternatives:

(I’m pescetarian :P)

Also, everything here is Questionable™ (except egg whites since they’re awesome) because stuff with protein is usually packed with calories

Egg whites: 52 calories/100 g

Tofu: 76 calories/100 g

Fish balls: 77 calories/100 g

Cod: 82 calories/100 g

Haddock: 90 calories/100 g

Imitation crab: 95 calories/100 g

Shrimp: 99 calories/100 g

Lentils: 116 calories/100 g

Quinoa: 120 calories/100 g

Carp: 127 calories/100 g

Tilapia: 129 calories/100 g

Salmon: 142 calories/100 g

Eggs: 155 calories/100 g

Dairy products and alternatives:

(Drinks in separate category)

0% plain yogurt: 56 calories/100 g

0% plain Greek yogurt: 59 calories/100 g

Questionable -

Fat free cottage cheese: 123 calories/cup


(Snacks not included)

Shirataki noodles: 5 calories/cup

Rice cakes: 35 calories/cake (9 g)

Questionable -

Oatmeal: 68 calories/100 g

Whole wheat bread: 69 calories/slice (28 g)

Whole wheat pita: 75 calories/1 small (28 g)

Cheerios: 100 calories/cup

Corn Flakes: 100 calories/cup


Water: 0 calories

Coffee: 2 calories/cup

Green tea: 2 calories/cup

Peppermint tea: 2 calories/cup

Unsweetened cashew milk: 25 calories/cup

Unsweetened almond milk: 30 calories/cup

Questionable -

Unsweetened soy milk: 80 calories/cup


(Mostly snacks included here)

Pickles: 4 calories/1 small (37 g)

Rice thins: 7 calories/piece

Vegetable thins: 7 calories/piece

Multigrain wheat thins: 9 calories/piece

Vegetable broth: 12 calories/cup

Saltine crackers: 13 calories/cracker

Knorr’s vegetable bouillon cube: 15 calories/0.5 cube

Plain air popped popcorn: 31 calories/cup

Unsweetened applesauce: 42 calories/100 g

Questionable -

Dried cranberries: 123 calories/serving (40 g)

Quaker Chewy chocolate chip granola bar: 110/bar

Raisins: 129 calories/small box (43 g)


Riot police clash with G-20 protesters in Hamburg, Germany

Anti-globalization activists set dozens of cars ablaze and tried to block national delegations from entering the Group of 20 summit Friday as the meeting got underway in the German port city of Hamburg. Responding to a second day of protests, police ordered in several hundred more officers from across the country.

Hundreds of officers built moving lines in different parts of Hamburg and used water cannons to force away protesters from streets across the city. Some were physically moved for hundreds of meters (yards) from a protest sit-in in front of the first security checkpoint near the summit grounds.

Police later tweeted that all the world leaders attending the summit made it safely to the city’s convention center, where the event is taking place. None of the activists who took to the streets to protest globalization, economic inequality and what they see as inaction on climate change managed to push into the no-go zone police established around the gathering. (AP)

Photo credits: Odd Andersen/AFP/Getty Images (4), Kai Pfaffenbach/Reuters, Bodo Marks/dpa via AP,  Markus Schreiber/AP, Ronny Hartmann/AFP/Getty Images, Alexander Koerner/Getty Images

See more photos of G-20 protests and our other slideshows on Yahoo News.

Low calorie recipes

~Vegan Lunch: (26 cals)
⋆ shirataki noodles (10 calories, 200g)
⋆ spring onion (6 calories, 20g)
⋆ soy sauce (10 calories, 1tbsp)
rinse the noodles well. Put into a non stick frying pan with the soy sauce, add the onions, and stir fried for maybe 10 minutes, so the noodles dry out a little.

~Muffins: (35 cals)
*1 cup Flour
*1 tsp Baking Soda
*½ tsp Salt
*½ tsp Cinnamon
*½ cup (or 3 packets)
*½ cup unsweetened applesauce
*½ cup water
Preheat your oven to 400F. Mix the flour, baking soda, salt, cinnamon and stevia together. Add the applesauce and water and mix well. Bake for 10-15 minutes.

~Turkey Teriyaki Burgers: (180 cals)
4 servings
*1 pound lean ground turkey (such as 93%)
*1 teaspoon minced ginger
*2 tablespoons soy sauce
*1 tablespoon rice vinegar
*2 teaspoons sesame oil
Combine all ingredients in a bowl. Form into four patties (or more if you want smaller burgers). Cook in a skillet or grill pan over medium heat for about five minutes per side, or until cooked through. Serve with whole wheat buns, in a wrap, on a bed of lettuce, or however you’d prefer!

~Spicy Baked Broccoli and Cauliflower: (Serves 1 as a large main meal 471 cals, or 3 as a side 157 cals)
*1 x 400g can of chickpeas
*3 tbsp sriracha
*1 tsp garlic powder
*1 tbsp lemon juice
*½ tsp sea salt
*black pepper
*¼ cup water
*400 g cauliflower and broccoli, cut into bite-size pieces
Pre-heat the oven to gas mark 7/425F/220C and line a large tray with baking parchment and spray it with cooking spray/brush with oil.
Throw the entire can of chickpeas (brine and all) into a blender, along with 2 tbsp of water, the sriracha, garlic, lemon juice, salt and pepper. Blend to a smooth consistency, adding extra water if needed. Adjust spices to taste.
Using a fork, dip each piece of broccoli/cauliflower into the batter and then space evenly along the lined baking tray.
Bake for 30 minutes, turning the tray around halfway through cooking.

~Sweet Potato Fries: (4 servings & 87 cals)
*1 tsp cinnamon
*¼ tsp salt
*1 tbsp olive oil
*2 5 in. long sweet potatoes
Peel sweet potatoes and cut in half crosswise.
Cut in half lengthwise and then cut each piece into 4 wedges.
Place in 9x13in. pan and drizzle with olive oil. Toss to coat evenly. Sprinkle with salt and cinnamon (or any combination of cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice, etc.)
Bake 35 minutes at 400 °F, turning once.

None of these recipes are mine, glad to give credit to whomever posted the original recipe ✨

what i understood from the trailer was that steve/tony are gonna fight over whose bff is cooler. civil war: “my james beats your james” 

Crispy baked cauliflower bites, brown rice, saucy shrooms, peppers, and lettuce for lunch today. 😍 Gluten-free, oil-free, easy to make! I’m tweaking my recipe, trying new things, and I’m so pleased with how they turned out today.
Here’s the recipe so far:
・1 med to large head of cauliflower cut into medium-sized florets
・90 g oat flour (¾ cup)
・2 teaspoons dried oregano
・1/4 teaspoon black pepper
・small can (140 g) tomato paste (½ cup)
・water (enough to fill the small can)
・60 g unsweetened corn flakes, crushed (2 cups)
Preheat your oven to 220C / 425F and line two sheet pans with parchment paper. With the exception of the cauliflower and corn flakes, mix everything together into a batter in a large bowl. Add the cauliflower and stir well to coat all pieces. Sprinkle on the crushed corn flakes, stir a few times to coat, then spread pieces evenly into the pans. Bake for 30-45 minutes until crispy. Flip them after 30 minutes for even baking. Baking time depends on the size of your florets. Larger florets will need more time than smaller ones.
Feel free to add salt or any other seasonings you like to the batter. I never add salt to my food so that’s why these are salt-free.
I’ll post this recipe on my blog and film a how-to video in the next week. Just want to test it a few more times! 😉 Stay tuned!


Title: Hanna Barbera’s Clue Club - The Case of the Missing Racehorse

Series: Rand McNally Hanna Barbera T.V. Favorites series 3

Characters: Larry, Pepper, D.D, Dottie, Woofer, Wimper

Noticeably absent characters: Sheriff Begley

Creators: by Fern G. Brown, illustrated by Jim Frazen

Year: 1977 Hanna Barbera Productions Inc.

Publisher(s): Rand McNally

Story: The kids in Clue Club investigate the mystery of a missing racehorse. .  

Good/Bad: The art is awesome. The story straight forward.

Happy Birthday Choi Twins! ~ Honey Buddha Cake

707: Tada!
Jaehee Kang: Oh, is that the cake?
707: Yep~!!
Jumin Han: You guys are early, I haven’t had the chance to send the presents yet
Saeran: We wanted to try baking and we got impatient
ZEN: In that case, happy early birthday!
Jaehee Kang: Happy birthday Seven and Saeran!
Yoosung★: Happy birthday ^_^
Jumin Han: Happy birthday you two.
Saeran: Thank you //^_^//
707: Do you like it? o3o
Jumin Han: It looks… interesting.
707: Excuse you, my decorations are aMaZiNGgGgGg~
ZEN: I’m sure it tastes great
Saeran: Thanks to Jaehee, we got a good recipe
Jaehee Kang: I’m glad I could help
Yoosung★: Oh? What recipe is this?
707: Ingredients: 500 g honey, 200 g butter, 250 ml milk, almond flakes 290 g flour, 5 g salt and 5 g cayenne pepper~

707: Warm up the oven at 180 °C. Put the honey in a bowl together with room temperature butter and a bit of milk and mix. Add rest of the milk, the flour and the almond flakes and mix until sticky mass. Pour into a greased caketin and bake for 40 minutes until the edges are brown. Et voila, cake! 8D

Jaehee Kang: Ah, Seven was faster than me.
Jaehee Kang: Wait, salt and cayenne pepper? The original recipe only had 300 g flour
707: Ya I removed a bit of flour to add my own touch
Saeran: I got to decorate it too a bit, it was fun
Saeran: It wasn’t easy, the pens didn’t cooperate
707: And no yellow or black for me sob sob
Yoosung★: So how does it taste?
- Mary Vanderwood 3rd has entered the chatroom -
Mary Vanderwood 3rd: WHAT IS THIS MESS

707: Vandymom!! We made a cake, come taste with us!
Saeran: Sorry for the mess ;;;;
ZEN: It’s okay this once, seeing it’s their birthday yeah?
Mary Vanderwood 3rd: Well alright then

Jaehee Kang: So how does it taste?
707: LOLOLOLOL Mary’s face!
Saeran: That’s a bit too much… cayenne pepper x.x
707: Oh ya I decided to add like waaaaaay more than the original recipe just cuz I wanted to get that real kick~
Yoosung★: omg
Jaehee Kang: …I will pass.
ZEN: Yeah, I think I will make my own if I wanna taste it
Jumin Han: Same.
707: You guys are missing out, this is delicious! Not as good as HBC but close!
Mary Vanderwood 3rd: ARGH MY MOUTH IS ON FIRE
Saeran: ;;;; next time I’m baking alone
707: Whoo an entire cake for me~!!!

[draws art for a dead fandom] mm :^)