This is a smoothie that is quick and healthy. It serves a family of 4. It's mainly based upon yogurt and bananas. But we have a simple trick to make the smoothie thick.
Here's what you need to make the greatest fruit yogurt smoothies:
Blend it all in a blender.
We've been testing smoothies for years, and we continue to improve on the balance of the ingredients. This simple recipe is a simple way to feed a family a quick, healthy breakfast.
We've tested and compared yogurts from the grocery store to the farm, and the best yogurt that our taste-testers love comes from a local organic farm. The yogurt has been fermented for at least 24 hours, and it has not been heated at high temperatures, so the bacteria is still alive. If that freaks you out, then consider Wallaby organic Greek plain yogurt from the store. It came in a close second place, because of its taste and thickness.
We've tested adding ice, but that makes it too cold. We recommend using frozen fruit to bring some sweet fruit taste to the smoothie in addition to adding some coolness to the taste.
The avocado makes it thick. Remove it, and it becomes much thinner. Avocado is the trick to thick smoothies.
In video production, we render in order to make the rough video into smooth video. Preparing lard is similar.
We get balls of lard from our farmer. Lard lard comes from pig. When you heat up the lard, it melts. The rough stuff floats to the top, and you can eat it. It's like crispy, fried pig cracklings. The rest of the melted lard is rendered into something really nice to use in cooking. You can use it like oil or butter. But it's much better. Tastes awesome. Doesn't smoke at high temperatures.
Lard is healthy, more healthy than most cooking oils you buy off the shelf. It has vitamins in it, and it doesn't clog or scratch the interiors of your veins and arteries. It has all of the good fats. Vegetables roasted in lard are amazing and crisp, unlike soggy oil-cooked veggies. And using lard helps use all of the animal.
The key point is that rendered lard is one step away from the source. The further you get away from your food source, the worse it gets. And that's the same in your spiritual life too.
In relation to the distance you are from your Source (God, Universe, Cosmos, Consciousness, etc.), the closer you get, the healthier you become.
It's good to be king.
At a recent parent teacher meeting, we discussed how working parents can model for our kids a healthy relationship with media and its related technology.
For self-employed people, technology is a necessary evil. I've been self-employed all my life, and we can't just simply turn off the phone and email. Our clients want us, need us, to be there for them. For example, if a call comes in, that could be an important client. And as a self-employed person, I've got to take that call.
Therefore, by definition:
For a child, there's no such thing as a healthy relationship with evil, regardless of whether it's necessary or unnecessary.
In all things, one must ask, "Does this contribute to my child's long-term well-being?"
Learn more about how a man can take care of his children.