I previously used industrial sponges with a rough and "soft" side for cleaning dishes. These have a much nicer hand feel and the first sponge is still going strong 2 months in (after cleaning once in boiling water).
This is a tasty bread that doesn't give you the wheat crash most breads do. It is excellent with nut butters, but here is how I eat it: crumble it up in a bowl, add a splash of olive oil, sesame oil, ghee or a combination, add a handful of raw macadamias or almonds, a sprinkle of chia seeds, a pinch of salt, and a nice dusting of cinnamon. Add banana or mixed berries if you want something really decadent (I used to do this but now eat fruit as a separate meal). I reserve one star because I am skeptical of the processing that the bread must undergo to achieve such a long shelf life - it's too good to be true, and thus can't achieve the 5-star rating that fresh bread does.
This is the best value I have found for wild caught canned salmon. One can of this is good for two filling servings. I love that they do not add salt, so I drink all of the can contents also. I usually add this to a salad or simply enjoy it with olive oil and a pinch of salt and pepper.
Tastes like smoked paprika and is a good value and higher quality compared to store bought.
I like Crown Prince's practice of not adding salt to their canned fish. This is a good canned tuna and I use it in salads or brown rice onigiris mixed with hot sauce. For value, my preference (and 5 stars) goes to the Crown Prince Alaskan Pink Salmon - that is a winner.
This dish soap smells great and is nice and soft on the hands. iHerb sells it cheaper than anywhere else we can get it.
This is an excellent tasting raw organic honey that could last a family many years if consumed modestly. I follow the Ayurvedic practice of never heating the honey above 104 degrees (Fahrenheit), and typically add it to salad dressings. But $15 for nearly a kilogram? It's not much more expensive than raw organic sugar, which leads me to question the production methods used to achieve this economy. In any case, it will not be as good as wild honey.
This is a tasty bread that gives good energy (no wheat crash typical of many processed breads). Though it is excellent simply spread with nut butter or eaten on its own, my preferred way to eat this is to pan fry it in olive oil, a pinch of salt, cinnamon, and nutmeg and eat on its own or with some fried vegetables and eggs. I reserve one star because I am skeptical of the processing that the bread must undergo to achieve such a long shelf life - it's too good to be true, and thus can't achieve the 5-star rating that fresh bread does.
This company makes the best commercial peanut butter and the plain is the best of their flavors (the others are too sweet). Unfortunately it is addicting and I need to discontinue my purchases. It was fun while it lasted!
This tastes great and goes nicely in brown rice onigiri mixed with hot sauce and rolled with dried seaweed. I would prefer if they did not add any salt, and thus give the extra star to the Crown Prince canned salmon, which is also better value.
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