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  • 💥Oven Roasted Aloo Gobi💥 cuz sometimes all one can manage is a ‘throw it on a sheet pan and chuck it in the oven’ situation #amiright
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I like to eat some sort of cruciferous veg daily as this class of plants contains potent phytonutrients with major anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, anti-cancer, and disease fighting effects. The compound sulforaphane in particular has garnered much scientific scrutiny as it can prevent carcinogen activation, reduce DNA damage, and lower cancer risk.
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There’s a problem though. The myrosinase enzyme required to produce sulforaphane from its precursor glucoraphanin is inactivated by prolonged cooking so unless you’re eating all your cruciferous veg raw, it can be a challenge to obtain sulforaphane from these veggies. But there’s a hack and it involves spices! 🙌🏽 Combine cooked and uncooked crucifers like raw mustard seeds or raw daikon radish which supply intact myrosinase enzyme #foodcombining #genius. Hence the raw mustard powder sprinkling on the cauliflower magic here. You can also eat raw broccoli sprouts which have 100X the sulforaphane as mature broccoli #foodismedicine
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RECIPE
💥Preheat the oven to 375F
💥Place florets from a head of cauliflower, 2 peeled and chopped russet potatoes, 1 cup halved cherry tomatoes and one small sliced red onion in a large mixing bowl
💥In a small bowl, whisk 4 tbsp avocado oil, 1/2 tsp turmeric, salt, pepper, 1 tsp ground cumin, 1 tsp ground coriander, 1/2 tsp garam masala, a pinch or two of cayenne (optional) and 3 minced garlic cloves
💥Coat the cauliflower and potato mixture with the marinade
💥Place on a parchment lined baking sheet and roast for about 40 minutes or until the cauliflower is just beginning to crisp up, tossing halfway
💥Top with fresh cilantro, thinly sliced ginger, and a generous sprinkling of cumin, coriander, and mustard seed powder
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#plants #health #eatyourveggies #foodismedicine #indianfood #easyrecipe #momlife #tasty #spices #spiceupyourlife | #spicespicebaby
  • 💥Oven Roasted Aloo Gobi💥 cuz sometimes all one can manage is a ‘throw it on a sheet pan and chuck it in the oven’ situation #amiright

    I like to eat some sort of cruciferous veg daily as this class of plants contains potent phytonutrients with major anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, anti-cancer, and disease fighting effects. The compound sulforaphane in particular has garnered much scientific scrutiny as it can prevent carcinogen activation, reduce DNA damage, and lower cancer risk.

    There’s a problem though. The myrosinase enzyme required to produce sulforaphane from its precursor glucoraphanin is inactivated by prolonged cooking so unless you’re eating all your cruciferous veg raw, it can be a challenge to obtain sulforaphane from these veggies. But there’s a hack and it involves spices! 🙌🏽 Combine cooked and uncooked crucifers like raw mustard seeds or raw daikon radish which supply intact myrosinase enzyme #foodcombining #genius . Hence the raw mustard powder sprinkling on the cauliflower magic here. You can also eat raw broccoli sprouts which have 100X the sulforaphane as mature broccoli #foodismedicine

    RECIPE
    💥Preheat the oven to 375F
    💥Place florets from a head of cauliflower, 2 peeled and chopped russet potatoes, 1 cup halved cherry tomatoes and one small sliced red onion in a large mixing bowl
    💥In a small bowl, whisk 4 tbsp avocado oil, 1/2 tsp turmeric, salt, pepper, 1 tsp ground cumin, 1 tsp ground coriander, 1/2 tsp garam masala, a pinch or two of cayenne (optional) and 3 minced garlic cloves
    💥Coat the cauliflower and potato mixture with the marinade
    💥Place on a parchment lined baking sheet and roast for about 40 minutes or until the cauliflower is just beginning to crisp up, tossing halfway
    💥Top with fresh cilantro, thinly sliced ginger, and a generous sprinkling of cumin, coriander, and mustard seed powder

    #plants #health #eatyourveggies #foodismedicine #indianfood #easyrecipe #momlife #tasty #spices #spiceupyourlife | #spicespicebaby
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  • Schiaparelli seen from the back...
Little Elsa Schiaparelli had a special fascination for the white and cream colored quilted padding, often made of homespun horsehair and a rigid sort of canvas that women, during her mother's youth, used to create the mode of the day, known (depending on the country one lived) as "faux culs" and "bustles", which emphasised the derrière. She'd dreamly hold one up to her bosom in order to emphasise her own young silhouette. Elsa thought this was a very charming fashion and she still thought this until the 1950s, when she wrote her memories. It is a little known fact that Elsa Schiaparelli who essentially invented the padded brassiere, the padded bodice, and the idea known commonly as "falsies". She had a fascination for human morphology and this was so famously reflected in many of her fashions. Even though the "faux cul" was a reminiscence of the past centuries, is a continuous recurring in Schiaparelli's collections, for over two decades. Elsa's contribution to surrealism translated into a mixture of innovation and recoveries from the past, essentially filtered in the dynamic and powerful sieve of her own emotions and souvenirs. In this way Schiaparelli's fashion challenges the boundaries of art; is not "par hasard" that she has inspired many of the contemporary designers, with her courageous example and her unbelievably rich design lexicon. An Italian visionary who lived in the full the most significant avant-garde Parisian period of the 20th century, giving fashion of that time a new revolutionary identy, never seen before.
Pic. 1 - 1949, evening gown with silver gloves
Pic. 2 - 1939, multicolor striped pekin silk evening gown
Pic. 3 - Silk satin gown, from Harper's Bazaar, September 1946
Pic. 4 - 1948, gown of fading-up organza in the shades of aubergine, and burgundy silk satin
Pic. 5 - Evening gown from Summer 1939
Pic. 6 - Evening gown of peacock blue satin, Autumn Winter 1939/40
#elsaschiaparelli #hautecouture #genius #fashionanatomy #fauxcul #humanmorphology #fashionlegacy #historyoffashion #paris #italiandesigner #frenchcouture
  • Schiaparelli seen from the back...
    Little Elsa Schiaparelli had a special fascination for the white and cream colored quilted padding, often made of homespun horsehair and a rigid sort of canvas that women, during her mother's youth, used to create the mode of the day, known (depending on the country one lived) as "faux culs" and "bustles", which emphasised the derrière. She'd dreamly hold one up to her bosom in order to emphasise her own young silhouette. Elsa thought this was a very charming fashion and she still thought this until the 1950s, when she wrote her memories. It is a little known fact that Elsa Schiaparelli who essentially invented the padded brassiere, the padded bodice, and the idea known commonly as "falsies". She had a fascination for human morphology and this was so famously reflected in many of her fashions. Even though the "faux cul" was a reminiscence of the past centuries, is a continuous recurring in Schiaparelli's collections, for over two decades. Elsa's contribution to surrealism translated into a mixture of innovation and recoveries from the past, essentially filtered in the dynamic and powerful sieve of her own emotions and souvenirs. In this way Schiaparelli's fashion challenges the boundaries of art; is not "par hasard" that she has inspired many of the contemporary designers, with her courageous example and her unbelievably rich design lexicon. An Italian visionary who lived in the full the most significant avant-garde Parisian period of the 20th century, giving fashion of that time a new revolutionary identy, never seen before.
    Pic. 1 - 1949, evening gown with silver gloves
    Pic. 2 - 1939, multicolor striped pekin silk evening gown
    Pic. 3 - Silk satin gown, from Harper's Bazaar, September 1946
    Pic. 4 - 1948, gown of fading-up organza in the shades of aubergine, and burgundy silk satin
    Pic. 5 - Evening gown from Summer 1939
    Pic. 6 - Evening gown of peacock blue satin, Autumn Winter 1939/40
    #elsaschiaparelli #hautecouture #genius #fashionanatomy #fauxcul #humanmorphology #fashionlegacy #historyoffashion #paris #italiandesigner #frenchcouture
  • 1,183 19 20 January, 2020

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  • Happy Tuesday!! Anyone else see this gem?! I almost didn't! Busy mom of 3 doing it alone 80% of time means very little time lol. But it looked so different from all the movies that have been made based on comic book characters (and I'm a comicbook nerd), so I was intrigued ...and come on, we all know @joaquin_phoenix_official_
Plays some amazing parts and has the ability to become them in such a convincing way!!! My goal was to fold laundry and watch....but after two hours I noticed I sat with my head in my hands curled on the sofa, wet air still in towel and not one piece of laundry folded 😂🤦🏻‍♀️ #MEMORIZED is a good word to describe me while watching!

#joaquinphoenix did such an amazing job of taking us to the darkest recesses of #AuthorFleck  and I couldn't even imagine this part played by anyone else. The charismatic personality, the longing for a loving father, the innocent laughter and not even understanding his own mental illness fully. The scene on the #murrayfranklin show towards the end, A MASTERPIECE. 
I had a pit in my stomach, something inside wants to reach out and hug this person and let them know they aren't alone. Mostly because it's obvious that emotionally and mentally he's that poor neglected boy that the system, all adults he's ever known and even in adulthood doctors/social workers failed him miserably.  You can feel every time the main character reaches a new #pointofnoreturn and so many of his actions seem justified.  Even though the world has been cruel you can see he really just longs for what we all want, love and acceptance.  He just wants to make people smile...but people are nasty and unnoticing (and most probably are undeserving of the loyalty he'd give them). It had it's funny scenes, sad scenes and so quickly could transition to seeing the character transition to what he finally becomes in the end...
Hats off and huge applause to the entire cast that came together to make one beautifully horrifying film that takes us to the edge of mental illness (a taboo subject it seems) and pushes us over....reminding us how cruel this world can truly seem to some. 
Every single thing about the way this film is shot is #GENIUS.
  • Happy Tuesday!! Anyone else see this gem?! I almost didn't! Busy mom of 3 doing it alone 80% of time means very little time lol. But it looked so different from all the movies that have been made based on comic book characters (and I'm a comicbook nerd), so I was intrigued ...and come on, we all know @joaquin_phoenix_official_
    Plays some amazing parts and has the ability to become them in such a convincing way!!! My goal was to fold laundry and watch....but after two hours I noticed I sat with my head in my hands curled on the sofa, wet air still in towel and not one piece of laundry folded 😂🤦🏻‍♀️ #MEMORIZED is a good word to describe me while watching!

    #joaquinphoenix did such an amazing job of taking us to the darkest recesses of #AuthorFleck and I couldn't even imagine this part played by anyone else. The charismatic personality, the longing for a loving father, the innocent laughter and not even understanding his own mental illness fully. The scene on the #murrayfranklin show towards the end, A MASTERPIECE.
    I had a pit in my stomach, something inside wants to reach out and hug this person and let them know they aren't alone. Mostly because it's obvious that emotionally and mentally he's that poor neglected boy that the system, all adults he's ever known and even in adulthood doctors/social workers failed him miserably. You can feel every time the main character reaches a new #pointofnoreturn and so many of his actions seem justified. Even though the world has been cruel you can see he really just longs for what we all want, love and acceptance. He just wants to make people smile...but people are nasty and unnoticing (and most probably are undeserving of the loyalty he'd give them). It had it's funny scenes, sad scenes and so quickly could transition to seeing the character transition to what he finally becomes in the end...
    Hats off and huge applause to the entire cast that came together to make one beautifully horrifying film that takes us to the edge of mental illness (a taboo subject it seems) and pushes us over....reminding us how cruel this world can truly seem to some.
    Every single thing about the way this film is shot is #GENIUS .
  • 1 2 11 minutes ago
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  • Do You Need to Sell Your House Now?...
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    We Pay Cash and We Close Fast!...
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    We Also Buy With Terms...
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    Any Area, Any Condition!...

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  • 5 1 18 minutes ago
  • I’ve always been quite the #genius 🤓
  • I’ve always been quite the #genius 🤓
  • 0 0 22 minutes ago
  • Let's break this down...👇👇👇⁠
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Your ego exists to 'keep you safe' and it is addicted to knowing. It's comfortable in familiar situations and is pacified by you sticking in the realms of your comfort zone; things you know, places you've been before and situations that are similar to those you've already been in. ⁠
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Which sounds great? 🤔⁠
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But the problem arises when you try to step out of that ego bubble and go beyond your zone of comfort. 👀⁠
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Your ego will try its best to 'protect you' by conjuring up fear, insecurity, and self-doubt to lure you back to the familiar. Tempting you away from trying new things and creating new experiences. 😟⁠
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Your Genius lies in the unknown of your Superconscious mind. It's in the things you haven't tried or experienced. The situations you've never been in and the people you haven't yet met. It's found in all those places that up until now you've been too afraid to look. ❤️⁠
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So next time that fear and doubt kicks in, know that it's just your ego. Thank it for keeping you safe but don't allow it to alter your course if your internal whisper is telling you otherwise. 🙏
  • Let's break this down...👇👇👇⁠

    Your ego exists to 'keep you safe' and it is addicted to knowing. It's comfortable in familiar situations and is pacified by you sticking in the realms of your comfort zone; things you know, places you've been before and situations that are similar to those you've already been in. ⁠

    Which sounds great? 🤔⁠

    But the problem arises when you try to step out of that ego bubble and go beyond your zone of comfort. 👀⁠

    Your ego will try its best to 'protect you' by conjuring up fear, insecurity, and self-doubt to lure you back to the familiar. Tempting you away from trying new things and creating new experiences. 😟⁠

    Your Genius lies in the unknown of your Superconscious mind. It's in the things you haven't tried or experienced. The situations you've never been in and the people you haven't yet met. It's found in all those places that up until now you've been too afraid to look. ❤️⁠

    So next time that fear and doubt kicks in, know that it's just your ego. Thank it for keeping you safe but don't allow it to alter your course if your internal whisper is telling you otherwise. 🙏
  • 6 1 25 minutes ago
  • En 1942, mientras se desarrollaba la Segunda Guerra Mundial, el doctor estadounidense Harry Coover junto con Fred Joyner trabajaban en los laboratorios de Kodak en búsqueda de un material transparente adecuado para las miras plásticas de los fusiles. Así Coover creó el cianoacrilato de metilo, pero era imposible emplearlo porque era demasiado pegajoso y se adhería a todo. 
Este fracaso les hizo darse cuenta que este material no necesitaban calor o presión para pegarse. Kodak comenzó a producirlo bajo el nombre Eastman 910 y lo lanzó al mercado en 1958, 16 años después de su descubrimiento inicial.

Rápidamente el pegamento se hizo popular y comenzó a ser conocido como “Super Glue”  y Coover saltó a la fama, siendo invitado a programas de televisión para demostrar la fuerza de su adhesivo instantáneo usando apenas una sola gota.

Más adelante, durante la Guerra de Vietnam, los cianoacrilatos que era la base del Superglue. Los cirujanos en terreno comenzaron a implementar la sustancia rociándola sobre heridas abiertas, consiguiendo frenar de inmediato el sangramiento y facilitando su traslado de los pacientes a instalaciones médicas para ser tratados de manera adecuada.

Posteriormente obtuvo la aprobación por parte de la FDA para darle ciertos usos médicos, como volver a unir venas y arterias en operaciones, sellar úlceras sangrantes, detener el sangramiento incontrolable de algunos órganos blandos o el uso durante cirugías dentales. .
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Fuente:
http://bit.ly/30FI82q
#superglue #usa #vietnam #glue #historia #guerra #war #ciencia #science #genius #cultura #maravilla #quimica #ingenieria #inteligencia #mente #segundaguerramundial #ww2
  • En 1942, mientras se desarrollaba la Segunda Guerra Mundial, el doctor estadounidense Harry Coover junto con Fred Joyner trabajaban en los laboratorios de Kodak en búsqueda de un material transparente adecuado para las miras plásticas de los fusiles. Así Coover creó el cianoacrilato de metilo, pero era imposible emplearlo porque era demasiado pegajoso y se adhería a todo. 
    Este fracaso les hizo darse cuenta que este material no necesitaban calor o presión para pegarse. Kodak comenzó a producirlo bajo el nombre Eastman 910 y lo lanzó al mercado en 1958, 16 años después de su descubrimiento inicial.

    Rápidamente el pegamento se hizo popular y comenzó a ser conocido como “Super Glue”  y Coover saltó a la fama, siendo invitado a programas de televisión para demostrar la fuerza de su adhesivo instantáneo usando apenas una sola gota.

    Más adelante, durante la Guerra de Vietnam, los cianoacrilatos que era la base del Superglue. Los cirujanos en terreno comenzaron a implementar la sustancia rociándola sobre heridas abiertas, consiguiendo frenar de inmediato el sangramiento y facilitando su traslado de los pacientes a instalaciones médicas para ser tratados de manera adecuada.

    Posteriormente obtuvo la aprobación por parte de la FDA para darle ciertos usos médicos, como volver a unir venas y arterias en operaciones, sellar úlceras sangrantes, detener el sangramiento incontrolable de algunos órganos blandos o el uso durante cirugías dentales. .
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    Fuente:
    http://bit.ly/30FI82q
    #superglue #usa #vietnam #glue #historia #guerra #war #ciencia #science #genius #cultura #maravilla #quimica #ingenieria #inteligencia #mente #segundaguerramundial #ww2
  • 27 0 37 minutes ago
  • Hat Tip to the immense talent in the #hairandbeautyindustry - these two Rockstars represent some of the best educators in the business. Both have huge hearts and give hours upon hours of time/energy to support future and current salon professionals. Sam and Viv represent some of the industry “royalty” and are respected as international innovators, those responsible for continually honing the creativity and artistry of their profession to an “Ivy League” standard. Both have received countless awards including Life-Time Achievement from #naha ... so glad you snapped this pic @viviennemackinder when the two of you landed on the same stage...and thank you both for being leaders like no other. #inspiredbadass @samvillahair #hairrockstars #genius
  • Hat Tip to the immense talent in the #hairandbeautyindustry - these two Rockstars represent some of the best educators in the business. Both have huge hearts and give hours upon hours of time/energy to support future and current salon professionals. Sam and Viv represent some of the industry “royalty” and are respected as international innovators, those responsible for continually honing the creativity and artistry of their profession to an “Ivy League” standard. Both have received countless awards including Life-Time Achievement from #naha ... so glad you snapped this pic @viviennemackinder when the two of you landed on the same stage...and thank you both for being leaders like no other. #inspiredbadass @samvillahair #hairrockstars #genius
  • 11 2 53 minutes ago
  • 1st video RUN IT UP ITS DOING #’s We at 2k‼️ LINK IN BIO🚨 Yessir MUCH LOVE TO ALL THE FANS, WE GOT A LOT OF SONGS AND VIDS SOON TO COME DONT WORRY, THANKS FOR ALL THE POSITIVITY KEEP IT COMING YALL THE EARLY WAVE 🌊 🙅🏾‍♂️🧢
  • 1st video RUN IT UP ITS DOING #’s We at 2k‼️ LINK IN BIO🚨 Yessir MUCH LOVE TO ALL THE FANS, WE GOT A LOT OF SONGS AND VIDS SOON TO COME DONT WORRY, THANKS FOR ALL THE POSITIVITY KEEP IT COMING YALL THE EARLY WAVE 🌊 🙅🏾‍♂️🧢
  • 13 3 1 hour ago
  • El genial Eric Arthur Blair (Motihari, Raj Británico, 25 de junio de 1903​-Londres, Reino Unido, 21 de enero de 1950), más conocido por el pseudónimo de George Orwell, Además de cronista, crítico de literatura y novelista, fue uno de los ensayistas en lengua inglesa más destacados de las décadas de 1930 y de 1940, a pesar de ello, es más conocido por sus dos novelas críticas con el totalitarismo y publicadas después de la Segunda Guerra Mundial, Rebelión en la granja (1945) y 1984 (1949).
#writer #books #genius #literature
  • El genial Eric Arthur Blair (Motihari, Raj Británico, 25 de junio de 1903​-Londres, Reino Unido, 21 de enero de 1950), más conocido por el pseudónimo de George Orwell, Además de cronista, crítico de literatura y novelista, fue uno de los ensayistas en lengua inglesa más destacados de las décadas de 1930 y de 1940, a pesar de ello, es más conocido por sus dos novelas críticas con el totalitarismo y publicadas después de la Segunda Guerra Mundial, Rebelión en la granja (1945) y 1984 (1949).
    #writer #books #genius #literature
  • 13 0 1 hour ago
  • Have you guys seen this? Whoever was on this marketing and design team was on their A-game! We don't know about you but we'll be watching this just because.

#atkasa #genius #marketing
  • Have you guys seen this? Whoever was on this marketing and design team was on their A-game! We don't know about you but we'll be watching this just because.

    #atkasa #genius #marketing
  • 1 0 1 hour ago
  • This is a new one.. covering up your roots with a necklace! 💎 
Award season is a busy time to be a celebrity. In addition to juggling red-carpet appearances and production schedules, stars have to painstakingly select a red carpet outfit for each event, figure out a hair and makeup look for when the whole world is watching—sometimes things don't go according to plan—and get to the show without squashing or creasing their outfit.

Just ask Charlize Theron. The star said in a red carpet PeopleTV interview that she didn't have time to dye her hair, specifically her roots, before showing up to the awards. So, instead of trying to rush the coloring process or rock a wig, Theron decided to style her hair with a Tiffany & Co. necklace. The star laid the accessory right down her part, so it worked seamlessly with her crop top and skirt ensemble from Givenchy. Genius.
  • This is a new one.. covering up your roots with a necklace! 💎
    Award season is a busy time to be a celebrity. In addition to juggling red-carpet appearances and production schedules, stars have to painstakingly select a red carpet outfit for each event, figure out a hair and makeup look for when the whole world is watching—sometimes things don't go according to plan—and get to the show without squashing or creasing their outfit.

    Just ask Charlize Theron. The star said in a red carpet PeopleTV interview that she didn't have time to dye her hair, specifically her roots, before showing up to the awards. So, instead of trying to rush the coloring process or rock a wig, Theron decided to style her hair with a Tiffany & Co. necklace. The star laid the accessory right down her part, so it worked seamlessly with her crop top and skirt ensemble from Givenchy. Genius.
  • 6 1 20 January, 2020