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И для начала давайте познакомимся 🖐! Меня зовут Хелен и мне 23. Я довольно длительное время работала в сфере брачных агентств , но офисная работа👩💻 с ненормированым графиком в виде отсутствия выходных, подкосила мое здоровье🤒. Как результат я пол года просидела дома, а когда принялась искать работу с подобным высоким доходом 📈🤑, как был, то не нашла ничего достойного 😞. И тут я таки рискнула попробовать себя в веб-моделинге, к которому, честно, всегда относилась с опасением. Та и внешность у меня не та, как все говорили.
Но все оказалось зря....
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Lots of people will tell you to live your truth, accept yourself, be yourself, love yourself, do what makes you happy, etc.
They are not wrong, but if your truth is unhealthy, harmful, degrading, and poisonous should it be accepted, intentionally experienced, loved, etc... If your truth makes you happy and tares down others, should it be lived? *
Health is far more than what you put in your mouth, it's what you allow into your mind, it's who you allow in your presence, it's how you treat your body. *
Health isn't doing what you want when you want. Love isn't doing what feels right.
Living your truth can be an easy way to continue living poisonous life. Being happy can necessitate self sacrifice and delayed gratification. *
Accepting yourself can give excuses for acting in harmful ways and not working towards true health.
Please Please Please... Dont (simply) do what makes you happy, instead...
I must say we are off to a solid start this growing season. Woke up this morning at 191 and feeling great! I’m up a solid 3-4lbs and still fairly lean..probably too lean for my coach @terry_placker 😂 He keeps telling me to eat cheat meals! Lol good problem to have I suppose 🙏🏼 Can’t wait to see what I bring to stage 2020 💪🏼
Black truffle (tuber melonosporum) is a cold-weathered fungus that’s usually found thriving under oak trees from September to December. It originally hails from the Perigord region in southwest France. Black truffle can sell for over $400 a pound.
White truffle (tuber magnatum) is originally grown in the Piedmont region in northern Italy, particularly in the countryside around Alba. These truffles grow on the roots of oak, poplar, beech and hazel trees, usually in the winter and autumn months. Piedmont’s white truffles are said to be more aromatic, and cost much more than other varieties – as much as $2,200 per pound.
Truffles are not harvested the same way that mushrooms are. Instead, specially trained dogs or pigs are used to sniff and dig out these fungi. Recently, however, truffle farmers prefer using dogs, as hogs tend to eat the hard-to-find and expensive delicacy.
But what exactly do truffles taste like? There are several ways to describe the flavor and odor of this food, but probably the best description would be earthy or woody. Truffle actually contains three types of umami substances, and adding just a thin slice of it can add a rich flavor to foods.
Black truffle tastes earthy and has a pungent odor, while white truffle’s flavor hints of shallots and garlic, and has a musky aroma.8 The white truffle is said to be superior in taste compared to the black truffle, which is why it’s more expensive.
Recently, truffles have been the subject of controversy, mainly because of the spread of Chinese truffles. In China, truffles have been mainly used as feed for pigs, until one businessman decided to sell these to the French. Known as tuber indicum, these “fake truffles,” although significantly cheaper in price, lack the taste and smell of true truffles. This is because the Chinese do not use dogs or pigs to track and sniff out the truffles when they have ripened – instead, they rake at the ground and harvest the fungi once they see them, even if the fungi have not yet reached their peak ripeness.