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livingthegourmet.comHerb Marinated Sirloin SteaksThis post is sponsored by Everywhere Agency on behalf of FoodSaver®; however, all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own. We’re spicing things up in the kitchen today with Herb Marinated Sirloin Steaks, but that’s not even the best part. We’ve prepared our steaks with the Sous-Vide, a French technique that will guarantee you a...Read More28
chachafance.comchachafanceOmega PowerCreamer: A Healthy, Tasty, Buttery Boost for Coffee and Tea If you’re a fan of “Butter Coffee,” also known as Bulletproof Coffee (and even Keto Coffee), you’re going to fall in love with Omega PowerCreamer! For those like myself who prefer tea, you can also do Bulletproof Tea! For those who aren’t familiar with Butter or Bulletproof Coffee, there’s a lot of information on the Web. Fix.com has some great info about it and its benefits which include: Improving your mood and feelings. Increasing energy levels. Boosting weight loss and metabolism. Improving your strength by increasing lean muscle mass. Disclosure: I received this free Press Sample for unbiased evaluation and review consideration. All opinions are 100% my own. There are also affiliate links in this post; I will receive a very small percentage if you make a purchase. My personal reason for “bulletproofing” my first cup of coffee or tea is to give me more energy. Plus, buttery coffee and tea are just so much more delicious! There are a few different healthy fats that can be used to make Bulletproof coffee: MCT Oil (medium-chain triglyceride oil), Coconut Oil, and Grass-Fed Butter or Ghee (clarified butter). A high-quality fat along with a high-quality milk like canned coconut milk or almond milk is pretty much heaven to me! Haha! Most people use just one fat in their Bulletproof Coffee, which is why I’m SO in love with Omega PowerCreamer. It uses not just one or even two fats; it uses all three – Grass-Fed Organic Ghee, Organic Fair-Trade Virgin Coconut Oil, and MCT Oil! It even adds in Sunflower Lecithin for good measure (great for liver, heart, and inflammation). Best of all, the blend is shelf-stable, so it doesn’t need refrigeration. Just be sure to store it in a cool, dark area (away from direct sunlight). It’s also sugar-free, lactose-free, gluten-free, and casein-free. It goes great with Keto and Paleo diets too (score)! Using Omega PowerCream is so easy and it only takes a few seconds. Just squeeze into your cup of HOT coffee or tea (tastes great in both – I’ve tried it), stir, and drink! I don’t measure it because one good squeeze is good enough for me, but it does recommend 1 TBSP in 6 ounces of coffee. You obviously don’t need any other creamer on top of this but you can add it if you’d like (I prefer a splash of almond milk). Since this is a blend of oil and butter, it’s going to be noticeable in your coffee or tea and will settle at the top if you let it sit for too long. Just be sure to stir it before sipping and you’ll be fine. Omega PowerCream is so delicious and extremely convenient. There’s no measuring of the different ingredients just to get the perfect, buttery hot drink. I love that I’m reaping the benefits of all three of the included fats along with noticeable extra energy. It has easily earned a permanent position in my kitchen! Do you drink Bulletproof Coffee or Tea? Which healthy fat do you like to add to it? Links: Omega PowerCreamer in Original, Vanilla, and Cacao (Also on Amazon) Rating: 5 stars6
tv.avclub.comVik and Cole both face their parental issues on The AffairI see what you’re doing this season, The Affair. With our now slightly expanded cast, the show can offer parallel actions and themes across character arcs, with either same or differing motivations. For example, when Cole and Luisa had sex on the kitchen counter right before their business dinner, it was both a distraction and a (failed) attempt to solidify the relationship. When Vik and Helen had sex on the kitchen counter the next episode, it was a distraction from Vik’s diagnosis, but also an attempt for him to feel something: alive.