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HomeMade Perfect Burgers – TOFUBURGERS

Awareness of the amount of calories in hamburgers deleted them from my diet forever. Unfortunately, craving for tasty burger comes up quite often. That’s why I found the perfect burger- tasty and healthy 🙂

Why TOFU?

  • Tofu is a fully qualified product to replace meat. It is an excellent source of high quality proteins, which are absorbed to the same extent by the body, such as beef or poultry, because they contain 8 essential amino acids present in the animal protein
  • Tofu is a natural product, which does not contain toxic, harmful substances, such as antibiotics or hormones.
  • Regular consumption of tofu helps to lower cholesterol and reduce the risk of coronary heart disease.
  • Tofu helps to control blood pressure because it contains less salt, and stabilizes blood sugar levels, because it has a low glycemic index.
  • Tofu is low in calories, low in saturated fats and carbohydrates, so it is a valuable component of weight loss diets and important part of the daily diet of people who care about the line.

PERFECT TOFUBURGERS

                                                                                                        Ingredients:

2 packages (around 1.5 pound) of TOFU cheese (natural or smoked)

1 onion

1 red pepper

1 teaspoon of oregano
1 teaspoon of basil
1 clove of garlic
1 tablespoon mustard
sea ​​salt
pepper

wholewheat buns

Preparation: Very Easy:)

Chopped onion and red pepper cook in olive oil. Then mix the tofu with onions, peppers, garlic and spices. Shape into small patties and put it in preheated to 300 degrees F oven. Bake it until they are golden brown.  When they are done, put them into the wholewheat buns.

Bon apetite!

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Who would eat 50 carrots watching a movie ?:)

I try to stick to a healthy diet and I realize now dieting mistakes committed earlier. After all, I could eat a whole bag of potato chips with a friend watching a two-hour movie in the evening. WOW!

As far as I think about the amount of ​​calories in chips and calories in carrots, it would be quite a big carrot feast 🙂 Who would eat 50 carrots watching a movie ?:)

Something healthy and special

Milk & Honey

A few weeks ago there was a wonderful gathering of food bloggers in Atlanta for a yearly conference known at BlogHer Food. As the Twitterverse popped and sizzled with exciting tweets from conference goers makin’ friends, takin’ names, soaking in swag and learning from the best, I found myself, as one might imagine, quite jealous.

I wanted to be one of the cool kids who does cool things with cool people. Perhaps for the first time EVER. Cool people go to conferences. Obvs.

Of course, there is one slight problem. If I were to attend a conference like that I believe my name tag would read:

Hello, my name is:
The Most Socially Awkward Person in the World
Author of: A Mediocre and Mostly Forgettable Food Blog

I’m really not good at things like…talking to people I don’t know. I’m thinking something like a blog conference would involve a…

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