Food, Health & Recipes

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I don’t have any kids yet but having a traveling class room is great idea. Instead of talk about art work, you look at it face to face. Instead of talk about history, being there and talking to locals on how it use to be and what they learned from living in these areas. Well I went off on something that the video is really not about but my point is, this kid is smart cause his parents wisdom. Knowledge is knowing but wisdom is applying. Instead of sending them to a room with a random person, that you may not have the same thinking of. Parents should teach there kids about the world not other people. Parents should know what is going around them in the world, just not in the USA. -tsuLife Author

Stir Fry
Frozen Bag of Stir Fry from Target
Olive Oil
Teriyaki Sauce (for the last 5mins of cooking)
If you want the veggies on the soft side, add a piece of foil (size of the pan) onto the top of the frying pan. The foil will work like a little steamer.

Boil water first with a little salt and olive oil (olive oil so the rice doesn’t stick) and then add rice.

Less then 25mins to make everything. Its nice to make when you have friends over and want to show off some of your cooking skill. Enjoy! -tsuLife Author


Start with the rice, bring water to a boil and then add the rice, salt and little of oil so the rice doesn’t stick to the pot. When done, drain and then add lime juice. Green and red onion cook with olive oil, salt, pepper and mexican oregano, paprika. Thin slices of avocado, taco bell mild salsa, Mexican cheese, sour cream. Add everything onto a warm tortilla and done. -tsuLife Author

Have you ever wondered what the numbers on fruit and vegetables meant? What if I told you they were number between genetic engineered, conventionally grown or organic. Here is the brake down of the numbers.

PLU stickers that have 4 digits and begin with a “3″ or “4″: produce is conventionally grown. This means that this produce was sprayed with weed killers and chemical pesticides.

PLU stickers that have 5-digits and start with “8″: produce was genetically engineered (man intervened by manipulating the genes to produce a larger or brighter colored food). This produce may have been chemically treated.

PLU stickers that have 5-digits and start with “9″: produce was raised organically. You can be sure that this produce was not treated with any chemicals.

4139: Conventional Granny Smith apple
94139: Organic Granny Smith
84139: Genetically Modified Granny Smith

So the next time you go to the grocery store look up the stickers, to make sure you are getting the best food.

For more info, click here for original blog.

Here is a reminder for the numbers…
Organic: 9 is fine
Genetically Modified: 8 I hate
Conventionally Grown: 4 is a bore