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    Strawberry Rhubarb Pie 🥧 🍓

    Ingredients:

    Crust-

    1. 2 ½ cups of flour

    2. 1 tsp of salt

    3. 1 tsp of sugar

    4. 1 cup of margarine

    5. ½ cup cold water

    Filling-

    1. ¼ cup dark brown sugar

    2. ½ cup sugar

    3. 1 and ½ tbs vanilla extract

    4. Juice of 2 lemons

    5. 2 tbs margarine

    6. 4 cups of strawberries that are cut into fourths

    7. 3 cup of sliced rhubarb

    8. 4 tbs of corn starch

    Method-

    1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. Combine flour, salt, sugar, margarine, and cold water in a large mixing bowl.

    2. Knead dough on a floured surface until smooth and cut into two equal balls. Put in the fridge while preparing the filling.

    3. In a large mixing bowl, combine brown sugar, sugar, vanilla, lemon juice, margarine, and corn starch. Set aside.

    4. Cut strawberries into fourths and cut rhubarb into small slices. Put the prepared strawberries and the rhubarb into the mixing bowl with the sugar. Stir to combine evenly.

    5. Take out the two dough balls from the fridge. Roll them out until ¼ inch thick. Place one onto the bottom of pie plate. Flatten out and trim off excess on top.

    6. Pour the filling into the pie plate and smooth out with a spoon. Place the other dough layer on top. Roll the edges of the dough inward to create a crust. Pinch the top dough with the bottom to create a seal.

    7. Make four air holes in the top of the pie.

    8. Bake at 375 for 45 minutes or until the crust is browned.

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  • Valentine’s Day is coming up, and we all have chocolate on our minds! Well, the good news is that dark chocolate actually boasts quite a few science-backed health benefits, from lowering blood pressure to reducing the risk of heart disease. This Dark Chocolate Sunflower Seed Butter also packs in fiber, vitamins, minerals, and just 5 grams of sugar, so your body will thank you for enjoying this sweet treat! ⁠⠀.⁠⠀#poweredbyseeds #heartmonth #ourhearts #chocolate #cocoa #valentines_day #nutrition #antioxidants #fiber #vitamins #sweet #indulgence #iamwellandgood #mindbodygreen #cleaneating #nutfree #allergyfriendly #allergyfree #glutenfree #gf #vegan #veganeats #veganfood #plantbased #healthyfood #healthylifestyle #yum #delicious

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  • So perhaps I am allergic to my guinea pigs…my eye grew an eye

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    Garden Vegetable Wontons 🥡 these are great and you can use ground chicken, turkey, beef, or pork!

    Ingredients:

    1. 1 pound ground beef

    2. 1 tbs soy sauce

    3. 1 cup of sweet peas

    4. 1 tsp of onion powder

    5. 1 tbs minced garlic

    6. Juice of 1 lime

    7. 1 tbs of apple cider vinegar

    8. 1 tbs corn starch

    9. 1 tbs sugar

    10. 2 tbs of canola oil

    11. 1 package of “Nasoya vegan wonton wraps”

    Method:

    1. In a large frying pan, cook 1 pound of ground beef with sugar, corn starch, apple cider vinegar, lime juice, minced garlic, onion powder, peas, and soy sauce.

    2. Once the beef fully cooked set aside. In another large frying pan, heat up the 2 tbs of canola oil.

    3. On a lightly floured surface, lay out the wonton wrappers. Take two wrappers on top of each other. Put a tbs of the beef mixture in the center of the wrapper. Coat the wrapper wrapper with some water and then pinch all the corners into the center to form an envelope. Do this until you have no wrappers left.

    4. Place the envelopes into the oil and tell them fry in batches. When the bottoms of the wontons are browned flip to cook the top a little they should hold together. Do this until all the wontons are done.

    5. Enjoy and serve with some sweet and sour sauce!

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    Monkey bread 😊

    Ingredients:

    Dough-

    1. ½ warm water

    2. 1 cup of oat milk

    3. 2 tbs of salted earth balance margarine

    4. 4 cups of all purpose flour

    5. ¼ cup of sugar

    6. 1 tbs of vanilla extract

    7. 1 yeast packet

    Topping sugar-

    1. 1 cup of dark brown sugar

    2. 2 tbs of cinnamon

    Caramel sauce-

    1. ½ cup of margarine

    2. ½ cup of dark brown sugar

    3. ½ of monk fruit sweetener sugar

    4. 1 tsp of vanilla extract

    Method:

    1. In a small bowl, combine ½ cup of warm water, yeast packet, and 1 tsp of sugar. Let sit for 5 minutes or until froamy.

    2. In a large mixing bowl, combine flour, sugar, margarine, vanilla, and oat milk.

    3. Knead until elastic on the counter in 1/3 cup of flour.

    4. Then cover the dough for 1 and a half-2 hours until to doubles in size.

    5. Roll out to 1 inch thickness and cut vertically and horizontally for 1 inch inch pieces that you will roll up into a ball.

    6. Form into balls and then let it rise again for 1 hour.

    7. Make the caramel sauce. In a small sauce pan heat butter, brown sugar, vanilla extract, and monk fruit sugar. Stir often and wait for sugar to be dissolved. About 3 minutes. Set aside.

    8. In a small bowl whisk together dark brown sugar and cinnamon. This is our topping sugar. Set aside.

    9. In a large bowl, pour ¼ melted margarine over the dough balls, toss them so they are covered in margarine and pour the topping sugar mixture over. Toss the balls into it until they are fully covered.

    10. Grease a Bundt cake pan with canola oil. Pour half the caramel sauce on the bottom of the pan. Arrange the dough balls in the pan evenly. Pour the remaining caramel sauce on top. Cover with plastic wrap and let rise for 45 minutes up to an hour. The dough should double in size.

    11. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.

    12. After the dough has risen for 45 minutes, take off the plastic wrap and bake in the oven for 40 minutes.

    13. Cool for 5 minutes and then get it out of the pan.

    14. Let cool and then enjoy!

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  • How do you treat a sensitive ear piercing?
    If your ear irritation seems more like an allergic reaction than a full-blown infection, Shah suggests removing the earring, then using a gentle cleanser to cleanse the ear twice a day. You can also try applying an over-the-counter hydrocortisone cream and a healing ointment such as Aquaphor or Cicalfate.
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  • The best metals for sensitive ears are titanium, niobium, platinum, and gold.  The most important thing to know is that these metals MUST be in their pure form to be considered safe and non-reactive. If these metals are mixed with any other metals, even in trace amounts, the other metals can cause a reaction.
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  • This context about what metal allergies actually are is important to understand

    why companies use labels like hypoallergenic earrings and nickel free earrings to insinuate that they are safe for sensitive ears.

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  • What earrings to put in after piercing?
    Surgical stainless steel or SSS is one of the safest/ hypoallergenic materials

    for earrings to be worn after a piercing or if you have sensitive ears. SSS

    jewelry is made of 316L stainless steel which is safe for use on the body,

    surgeries, and body implants.
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  • Turkey Dumplings :) These little pillows of dough really make a satisfying dinner! They are deviously savory/sweet and nut and dairy free! No need to worry about nuts with takeout. What more could you ask for?

    Ingredients :

    Dough-

    1. 2 cups of flour 

    2. 1 ½ tsp of salt

    3. 1 cup of warm/ hot water

    Filling-

    1. 1 tsp of minced garlic 

    2. 1 tsp of onion powder

    3. 1 tsp of ground ginger

    4. 1 pound of ground turkey

    5. ¼ tsp salt

    6. ¼ tsp pepper 

    7. 2 tsp of sugar

    8. 1 tsp of soy sauce (you could use more but I limit soy in my diet)

    9. 2 tsp of rice vinegar 

    10. 1/3 cup of chicken broth 

    11. 2 medium sized carrots shredded.

    12. Canola oil for frying 

    Method: 

    Dough-

    1. In a large mixing bowl, combine flour, salt, and water until you form a dough.

    2. Knead the dough on a floured surface until it becomes smooth. 

    3.Cover the dough and let it sit while you prepare the filling.

    Filling- 

    1.In a large mixing bowl, combine the ground turkey, garlic, onion powder, ginger, salt, pepper, sugar, soy sauce, rice vinegar, chicken broth, shredded carrots. 

    Forming the dumplings-

    1. Divide the dough into around 24 round balls. Roll them until they are about 4 inches wide of late dough.

    2. Measure 1 tablespoon of the meat mixture and put it in the center of the dough. Fold the dough in half and make a crescent. Seal the sides but pressing down and then sing a fork to make pleats along the edges. Repeat this for all 24 dough balls.

    3.Bring a large pot to a boil. Heat a frying pan with a thin layer of canola oil.

    4.Put about 5 at a time of the formed dumpling into the boiling pot of water and let them sit for about 4-5 minutes. They should be floating on top of the surface at 4 minutes. 

    5. After the 4-5 minutes used a slotted spoon to fish the dumplings out of the water and place them carefully into the hot frying pan. Be careful not to get water onto the pan because it will start to spit oil at you! Let them fry until the bottoms are brown. 

    6. Transfer the fried dumplings onto a plate with paper towels on it to absorb excess oil. 

    7. Repeat the boiling of dumplings and frying until all 24 are finished. 

    8. Serve them with a vegetable and a dipping sauce. ( I love sweet and sour sauce!)

    9. Enjoy. 

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  • Tuscan “Sun” Chicken Pasta :)


    Pretending that I am in a Tuscan villa with this meal! Diane Lane is that you? 


    This delicious and light dinner is perfect for the spring and summer months! Enjoy the lemon and herb aroma that fills your kitchen :)


    Ingredients:


    1. 1 package of chicken breast cut into cubes

    
2. ¼ cup of white wine

    
3. ½ or ¾ cup of chicken broth 

    
4. 2 tablespoons of olive oil


    5. 1 tablespoon of minced garlic

    
6. I tablespoon of “Italian seasoning”(which includes sage, oregano, rosemary, basil, thyme, and marjoram)

    
7. 1 tablespoon of lemon zest

    
8. 1 tablespoon of lemon juice (half a lemon)


    9. 1 box of pasta (I used Rotini)


    10. 2 cups of fresh spinach


    11. 1 cup of white beans


    12. 1 tablespoon of garlic powder 

    Method:


    1. Heat up a deep frying pan with the oil, white wine, chicken broth, minced garlic, and garlic powder.


    2. Slice up the chicken breast into 1-inch pieces. Then put them in the pan.


    3. Once the chicken cooks up a little sprinkle in Italian seasoning.


    4. Add the spinach (let it wilt) and the white beans. 

    
5. Make your pasta following the directions on the box.


    6. When the pasta is done drain it and set it aside.


    7. Once the chicken is fully cooked pour the pasta into the frying pan. Mix all the goodness together. 

    
8. After everything is combined, pour the lemon juice over the top of the mixture and top with lemon zest! Enjoy!

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  • Guys, if we ever hang out, tell me what your allergies are. Like, 1st convo, before you leave if you think we are going to see each other again, FUCKING TELL ME YOUR ALLERGIES

    Istg, everytime I am in public with peanuts I’m in a state of constant fear that someone is gonna have a reaction cause I’m eating peanut M&Ms in public.

    So it is even worse if its someone I know. You allergic to peanuts? Fucking tell me, I wont bring peanuts around you and make sure I dont go near it for 4 hours before I meet you.

    You allergic to pollen? Fucking tell me. I wont go fucking around in my garden or bring you pollen or nothing. I will avoid it when I go to meet you and hang out.

    You allergic to some random shit you dont think I could possibly have on me at any given time? YOU DONT KNOW MY LIFE. YOU HAVE N O C L U E WHAT IS IN MY PURSE.

    T E L L M E

    #allergic#allergies#allergyfree #fucking tell me #i mean it #i dont care what it is #i dont care #fucking hell #just tell me #im trying #just protecting you #its important
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  • Gluten-Free Pineapple Upside-Down Cake ~ We Love Food Teaser

    You can never go wrong with a Pineapple Upside-down Cake!

    IDNTv Presents We Love Food, Your Allergy-Free Cooking Show hosted by Tiffany Josephs. Today’s episode, chef Tiffany will show us how to make a Gluten-free Pineapple Upside-down Cake. Get amazing healthy-cooking techniques and learn to cook almost anything vegan, allergy-free and gluten-free! Subscribe to our Youtube Channel and stay tuned for more Gluten-free, Allergy-free recipes: https://www.youtube.com/user/intldiasporanetwork

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  • Gluten free egg free nut free shellfish free only thing used Gf flour 2 flax eggs coconut milk (green carton) and ro water because no chlorine #glutenfree #nutfree #shelfishfree #eggfree #allergyfree #dragon #dragonhorn #cake #dragonhorncake 3am Baker #3am #baker
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  • My fellow snacker and I had a differing total opinion on the sugar cookie I had leftover from yesterday’s purchase at Free Reign.

    Again, the level of sweetness and icing are pleasant, but the flavor was not there. We both thought the cookie needed something - he wanted almond extract; I wanted vanilla - but we both wanted flavor!

    In terms of texture, we disagreed. I thought the sugar cookie was far too dry and crumbly. Maybe I’m spoiled by those cakey sugar cookies at grocery stores, but I do prefer a chewy cookie. He, however, liked the dryness, almost crispness, that the cookie had. (The neat freak in me did not like the crumbs that fell everywhere when biting into it.) He also enjoyed the grittiness of the cookie as he was chewing it. I noticed that also and did not mind as I thought it was just sugar that might have been sprinkled on top after baking.

    I will definitely note that we both thought the after taste (or maybe after feel?) was not something you wanted after eating a cookie. The closest analogy I can think of is how my mouth feels after chewing a Tums or Rolaid - sort of chalky.

    I saved a leftover bite to dunk in my coffee this morning to see if that changed my mind. It did not.

    I do praise Free Reign for having treats free of so many allergens, and I am willing to sample different goods in the future, but for now I’ll stick to baking my own (dairy free is my thing if you were wondering).

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  • Free Reign is a new bakery now open in Powell, TN, which is just a few minutes up the road from Knoxville. Free Reign’s focus is on baked goods free from multiple common allergens. Today I purchased a coconut cream cupcake and an iced sugar cookie.

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    Do notice that the cupcake is not pictured: I ate that in my car immediately after leaving the bakery. Why? The baked goods here are all left out at room temperature, and this is a good thing. Cakes tend to dry out when refrigerated, and I usually do not purchase cakes that have been chilled. The cupcake was ready to eat, and eat it I did.

    So here’s how the cupcake fared.

    As a cupcake, it was noticeably gluten free in flavor. If you’re new to GF, that can make a difference. (GF is not a deciding factor for me.) However, the flavor also very much resembled a yellow cake, which is one of my childhood favorites. The cake was also of the dense variety, and this is another thing I appreciate. I love a dense, old fashioned cake. A fluffy white cake makes me think of something that came from a box. The icing was pleasant and sufficiently sweet. I don’t think anyone would claim it’s too sugary, which is probably why I don’t feel bad about having that cookie later.

    As a coconut cream cupcake, it fared a little worse. The only thing markedly coconut about it was the shredded coconut on top. The cake and icing tasted much more plain/vanilla to me.

    The cupcake is probably half the size of what I would normally like to buy from a bakery, especially a specialty shop, so the cost (not the calories) is what would make this a splurge for me. The cupcake was $4, but if you happen to be someone with an allergy, this can be invaluable.

    The cookie was $3, and I plan to share it with a friend or two. I’ll update later on how that goes.

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