water bobble, and klean kanteen.
Tuesday, August 30, 2011
Sunday, August 28, 2011
Websites like Quizlet allow you to make online flashcards. You can also use flashcards made by other users. In order to make flashcards you first have to sign up for a Quizlet account or you can sign in with your Facebook account. However when using other peoples flashcards this step this not necessary. You also have the choice of using their test mode or participating in study games. Quizlet also allows you to study on the go with their phone apps.
To learn more or about Quizlet or to join click here.
Posted by Vanessa at 2:13 PM
- Eco-friendly alternatives to flash cards
- Waste-free lunch ideas
- Recycling school supplies
- Reusing paper
If you have any ideas on posts for this series e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a comment down below.
Posted by Vanessa at 1:24 PM
Tuesday, August 16, 2011
Saturday, August 13, 2011
Today I am going to be posting another vegetarian recipe. This one is called pasta salad. It is the perfect meal for a light, healthy summer meal. Not to mention it is so easy to make a vegetarian version.
- Any type of pasta as long as it is not spaghetti
- Any type of vegetable (popular ones include tomatoes, green pepper, olives, carrots, celery)
- Salad Dressing
- Tofu (optional)
- Cook your pasta following the package directions
- Cut up and wash your selection of vegetables
- If you are going to use tofu you can steam it or make it the way you normally do. (Click Here to learn make about cooking with tofu)
- Add your veggies, and tofu to your pasta and top with salad dressing
Posted by Vanessa at 9:54 AM
Saturday, August 6, 2011
Since I have not posted since July 1st I decide to start of posting with a vegetarian recipe. During my short lived vegetarian days I loved making quiche. It has the perfect amount of protein, vegetables, and calcium, for anyone, especially those who do not eat meat.
You can chose to buy store-brought crust or you can make your own using this recipe.
1 1/2 cups flour
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup (1 stick) butter
Up to 3 tablespoons cold water, milk, or buttermilk
- Mix the dry ingredients in a bowl
- Add the butter and water, or milk
- Mix until completely mixed
- Roll into a ball
- Use a rolling pin to spread the dough onto a pie pan, a round baking pan, or a muffin pan with you want mini quiches.
Since this is a vegetarian recipe the fillings will include milk, eggs, cheese, and vegetables. However you can also you ham.
You can use any kind of vegetable some popular ones include
green, red, and/or yellow peppers
- Mix eggs, and milk in a bowl (the amount you use depends on how large your quiche is or how many you are making.)
- Pour the mixture into a the pan with the crust
- add the vegetables you like into the pan. I personally like green peppers, and tomatoes
- When your done adding your vegetables top it with cheese.(Optional)
Let me now in the comments if you choose to make quiche and tell me how it turned out.
Posted by Vanessa at 4:41 PM