23 10 / 2012

wheniwentglutenfree:

At first I’m like:

But then I realize there’s gluten free beer so I’m all:

This girl’s tumblr cracks me up!

(Source: hollywoodassistants)

11 10 / 2012

03 10 / 2012

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14 6 / 2012

allthecrafts:

Salad in a Jar!

Another amazing picnic idea! Also great for work or school lunches. As long as your dressing doesn’t touch the lettuce, these salads will stay fresh in the fridge for 4 or 5 days!

14 6 / 2012


Raw sprinkles
Ingredients:1 cup raspberries2 oranges, zested2 lemons, zested 2 limes, zestedDirections:Crumble the raspberries into pieces, and zest the lemons, limes, and oranges.  Mix everything together, and dehydrate for 6 to 8 hours on 118 degrees.  The raspberries should be completely dehydrated, with no moisture left.  Pour your mixture into a spice grinder, and pulse a couple times until you have small sprinkle sized pieces of fruit.  You’re done!  My recipe makes a little under 1/2 a cup, or about 21 teaspoon sized servings.  If well dried, the sprinkles should keep in the cupboard for a couple of months.

Raw sprinkles

Ingredients:
1 cup raspberries
2 oranges, zested
2 lemons, zested 
2 limes, zested

Directions:
Crumble the raspberries into pieces, and zest the lemons, limes, and oranges.  Mix everything together, and dehydrate for 6 to 8 hours on 118 degrees.  The raspberries should be completely dehydrated, with no moisture left.  Pour your mixture into a spice grinder, and pulse a couple times until you have small sprinkle sized pieces of fruit.  You’re done!  
My recipe makes a little under 1/2 a cup, or about 21 teaspoon sized servings.  If well dried, the sprinkles should keep in the cupboard for a couple of months.

(via yummyrawfood)