I love my wife Honey very dearly. One problem is that she has very weird friends. One of them is a woman named Tami. Shew is very insecure and always focused on her looks. Nothing else in the world matters to her. She constantly cries to her friends about the minor wrinkles on her face. She calls my wife every day and night to complain. My wife is a very nice person, but even she also has her limits. Tami will do anything for the perfect look. She has been researching an aesthetic doctor in Singapore. Hopefully, he will give Tami the results she wants. She might finally stop annoying us.
Tami went berserk last week when she saw new wrinkles around her eyes. She was besides herself. She was almost hysterical. Read the rest of this entry
On a really scorching hot day, you sure want something refreshing to wake you up from the languor enveloping yourself almost all day long. You could go to a convenient store to buy some cold soda for this purpose but why choose something instant when you can make your own beverage? Think of it as a way to fill the otherwise really hot day with some activity that benefits you both physically and mentally. You can instead go to a supermarket to buy some fruits to bring back home. Afterwards, you can whip up some fresh and healthy drinks for your family to enjoy together. You can supply your body with healthy nutritious refreshment and you would not feel guilty for having consumed something with fewer benefits. Soda, as refreshing as it could be, should not be consumed too frequently. If you consume it far beyond what’s recommended, it would turn into something harmful instead. So, what do you have in mind for a healthy, refreshing beverage for this lazy afternoon? What about soursop-orange iced tea? Soursop and orange are not usually combined together let alone with tea as the base. But once you try it yourself, you can never get enough of it.
Soursop is rich in dietary fiber. Women require 22-28 grams of dietary fiber per day while men 24-28 grams. A cup of soursop flesh supplies 7 grams of dietary fiber, making it a perfect source of fiber to consume. There is also up to 626 grams of potassium in a cup of soursop. Men and women require at least 2,000 mg of potassium per day. Potassium is an element that’s great for maintaining healthy muscles and bones, helping with digestive tracts, and controlling blood pressure. As the beverage also contains orange, it is also a great source of kolin. Kolin is the substance that helps you get better sleep and control muscle movement and memories. Besides, the recipe does not take too much to make so you do not have to do a lot to get it all done. You need a tea pouch, a tablespoon of white sugar, 50 ml of boiling water, orange juice from one orange, 3 tablespoons of soursop flesh (seeded and mixed with a tablespoon of white sugar to prevent discoloration), and 100 ml of shaved ice.
So, how to make it? First, you need to brew the tea pouch in 50 ml of boiling water. Dip the pouch into the water for at least 1 minute to get the full essence out. Leave the brew so it cools down and thickens a bit. Once the tea brew cools down, add white sugar and stir well to combine them together. Add 100 ml of shaved iced to a serving bowl. Pour the tea brew into the bowl carefully. Add soursop flesh and the juice of an orange to the bowl and stir well to combine them all together. Soursop-orange ice is done and ready to serve on a languid, hot day.