In pursuit of a more desirable body and a "clean" one at that, there is at least one person you know is sporting tumbler after tumbler of different kinds detox juices, made from offbeat combinations of fruits and vegetables. Many claim that drinking these bizarre liquids will make you feel good inside and out. But do we really need it?
Got this recipe idea from a recent trip to Argentina where they really like their meats! From making sure their cows roam free and eat well to cooking them only in wood briquettes, the Argentinians puts a premium on a proper meat dish.
Quinoa has mild nutty flavor which I think is a great substitute for rice. Definitely count me in when it comes to eating something healthy disguised in a comforting, decadent and better yet brownie-tasting breakfast bowl.
Tartrazine is a Yellow AZO dye derived from coal tar that is commonly used as a food additive to give food a bright, appetizing yellow color. The funny thing is, when people say coal tar, the thing that comes to mind is asphalt. Yep, we have an asphalt derivative in our food.