Give Your Beloved Pets Natural, FOOD GRADE Diatomaceous Earth (DE) For Good Health & Good Fur, And As An Organic Dewormer & Organic Ticks/Fleas Remover

Baby & Benji  DE

Hi there, dear friends :D 

A few months ago , I wrote about Diatomaceous Earth HERE and how wonderful its health benefits were for humans.  

Although there were hardly any scientific studies done on the effects of DE on people, DE has long been in use to promote healthy livestock, animals and pets in farms and homes. 

After a week of ingesting DE for my family, I also started feeding some DE to my cat, Baby, and my beagle, Benji. Now, if only animals could talk, Baby and Benji would be able to tell me how DE affected them…but since they can’t, LOL,  I will write about my observations on them since I put them on DE for the past 2 1/2 months . 

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Our Blood Tests Results After Taking Diatomaceous Earth For 2 Months

Magnified Diatoms

Magnified Diatoms

Hi there, dear friends :D

Last month, I wrote about the Amazing Diatomaceous Earth (DE) That Is Good For Almost Anything, and how my husband and I were going to test how DE is going to work on us. Well, after exactly 2 months ingesting DE, we had some blood work done by our family doctor…and… we got the blood tests results back today!

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Cravings For Tong Sui – Chinese Sweet Soup Desserts That Can Also Be Healthy

Tong Sui and snacks at KTZ

Popular Tong Sui and snacks at KTZ in SS2


Hi there, dear friends :D

Last night, my husband and I suddenly had some strong cravings for “Tong Sui” after dinner  and so, we quickly drove to KTZ  in SS2, Petaling Jaya to get some satisfaction! LOL!

Tong Sui is literally called  “Sugar Water” in the Chinese/Cantonese dialect , but it actually means desserts in sweet soups, and there are many types of Tong Sui.

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You Can Submit Your Names Here For FREE Christmas Trinity Prayers 2014 For Protection, Good Health, Peaceful Love and Relationship – Anyone Is Welcome To Join :D

Hi there, dear friends :D

As in previous years, Master atan from Dhealing Forum is  again offering  Christmas Trinity Prayers now for FREE. Anyone is most welcome to join.

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Ben & Jerry’s Late Night Snack, inspired by Jimmy Fallon (USA)


This is exactly what my husband would like to have long after dinner! We are going to look for some Ben & Jerry’s ice cream this weekend! Lol! :p 

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This is my reason for stopping by Wal-Mart every time I visit Seattle. I’m a huge ice cream fanatic, and this is by far one of my favourites. The fudge covered potato chip clusters are to die for.

(PS: There’s also a flavour inspired by Stephen Colbert, “Americone Dream” with fudge covered waffle pieces)

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December 1 is National Fried Pie Day


A fascinating article about fried pies…and I thought fried pies are unique but then I realised that I have been having McDonald’s fried apple pies all this while! Lol! Maybe our Malaysian curry chicken or sardine puffs can be classified as fried puffs, too….hmmmm :D

Originally posted on Foodimentary - National Food Holidays:

Here are today’s five thing to know about Fried Pie:

  1. Fried pies are small fried dessert pastries, which have fruit fillings wrapped in the dough.
  2. Fried apple pies were first introduced in McDonald’s in 1968, originally fried in lard.
  3. New Hampshire fried pies(blue berry or blackberry flavored variations) were the favorite dessert of U.S. president Franklin Pierce.
  4. The two most popular flavors of fried pies in the deep South are apple and peach.
  5. Roadside stands in the South often refer to fried pies as “Crab Lanterns”


Today’s Pinterest Board : Fried Pies


Today’s Food History

  • 1878 The first telephone was installed in the White House in Washington, D.C. Alexander Graham Bell installed it himself. Rutherford B. Hayes was president.
  • 1885 Dr. Pepper is sold for the first time.
  • 1886 Rex Stout, American crime writer was born. More than 70 of his novels and stories feature the fictional…

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Easy Japchae Recipe – A Delicious Healthy Korean Noodle That Has A Low Glycemic Index & Is Low In Carbohydrates

Japchae - Korean Sweet Potato Noodles

Colourful, delicious, healthy Japchae – Korean Sweet Potato Noodles

Hi there, dear friends :D 

Japchae is an appetising Korean sweet potato noodle dish and my version of the recipe is really easy to put together. Sweet potatoes noodles have a low-glycemic index and are low in carbohydrates, compared to wheat noodles.  

I often make Japchae whenever I have a party because it is such a colourful, delicious noodle that can be served cold. There is not much cooking to do, and the ingredients are very simple ==> just some assorted vegetables, sweet potato noodles, olive/sesame oil, soy sauce and honey. The ingredients are quite versatile and you can even substitute some of them to suit your taste :idea:  

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