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Not to Be Too Graphic…

Posted Apr 10 2013 5:17am
Not to be too graphic, but there are quite a few foodie infographics I want to share with you all. Thankfully today is Wednesday meaning I have WIAW to guide my post. Throughout I am going to share 3 fantastic infographic links that I have really enjoyed and my thoughts in purple!

The above is currently one of my favorite breakfast smoothies, if you can even call it a smoothie because it is more like custard. I blend 1/4 cup egg whites, 1/4 cup almond milk, 1/2 grapefruit, 1/4 cup greek, frozen strawberries, and 1/2 tsp Xanthan gum. Then I spill in a boat load of frozen cranberries and stick it in the freezer while I go get ready for the day.

Infographic #1: Deceitful Isles

It is so easy to be fooled by the tricks at the grocery store. I like to think I am shopping savvy (although I really probably am not) so I loved the tips in this graphic!

You can never have enough pancakes. Recipe will come soon, because these were delicious!

Infographic#2: Meat Cuts

There are so many different cuts out there and it is so hard to know the characteristics of each. That is if meat cuts can possess characteristics. Since I was a vegetarian for almost a year I feel like this graphic was especially useful to catch up on info I had previously missed out on.

The above is dill greek yogurt dip. Very simple to make and I’m sure you have seen it a million times on other blogs. It is just greek yogurt, dried dill, garlic powder, and a dash of salt. Sometimes I squirt in some mustard for a flavour boost. Weird combo I know…which brings be to the last infographic:

Inforgraphic #3: Spices

Confession: I am a sporadic cooker. Since I don’t eat out very often (I am cheap) I don’t have good experience in what spices go with what food. Thus this table is perfect for one like me!

The above was an absolutely delicious alligator stew icecream style. More on that in a future post!


What is your favorite meat type/cut? Have you ever been fooled by some of those tricks in the grocery store? How do you learn about what spices go with what foods?

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