Mexican Papaya Pudding
One of my favorite summer desserts is papaya pudding. It is easy to make, and absolutely delicious. The texture of this pudding is so fluffy it vanishes in your mouth like clouds! I make this pudding regularly throughout the summer. My grandkids love it, and they like to eat it with an extra long ice cream spoon.
Ann Wigmore was born in 1909 in Lithuania. At the age of 13 Ann sailed to America aboard the ship USS America, and arrived at Ellis Island on December 9, 1922. No one knew then that Ann would someday single-handedly change the science of nutrition forever with her ground breaking discoveries, and would unlock the secrets of health long before science would be capable of proving her theories correct.
A little while back, Sergei was babysitting his niece and nephew, Nic and Lily. Before leaving to go see a movie, Nic and Lily’s parents urged Sergei not to leave his iPhone unattended. Sergei missed this recommendation and half an hour later found little Nic pushing buttons on Sergei’s communication device in the adjacent room.
Who can resist the sweet and fragrant blackberries that swell so deliciously each summer? Did you know out of all the foods that exist, blackberries are considered to be one of the all time highest sources of antioxidants? That’s right, blackberries not only taste incredible, but they are also good for your health as well!
Cherries are one of the most delicious fruits in the world. These delectable little treasures are loaded with antioxidants that help keep you young. This summer, be sure to take advantage of the countless nutritional benefits of cherries! Follow the instructions below to choose high quality delicious cherries every time.
I often receive questions about oxalic acid, an alkaloid in spinach. It is important to understand that all greens have a small amount of alkaloids, and these alkaloids exist to keep edible plants from being eaten into extinction. Spinach has oxalic acid, lettuce has opiates, kale, chard, cabbage, and parsley all have other kinds of alkaloids. In truth, all plants, even the most edible ones, are a tiny bit poisonous.