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2 poşet krem şanti(sade)
1 su bardağı süt(krem şantiyi köpürtmek için)
1 paket 10'lu halley
2 adet muz
Yarım çay bardağı damla çikolata
Üzeri icin;Beyaz çikolata sosu
Süslemek için;Frambuaz sos,çikolata sos,böğürtlen
Yapılışı; Bir kapta 2 poşet krem şantiyi 1su bardağı süt ile çırparak köpürtelim muzları ,halleyleri küp şeklinde doğrayıp krem şantinin içine koyalım damla çikolatayı da koyup iyice hepsini karıştıralım derin yuvarlak kasenin içine buz dolabı poşeti veya streç film kaplayıp uzun kalan yerleri kasenin dışında bırakalım(pastanin rahat çıkabilmesi için)krem şantili karışımı içine dökelim üzerini ıyice düzleyip kapatalım buz dolabında1gün bekletip pastayı sevis tabağına ters çevirerek çıkaralım beyaz çikolata sosunu hazırlayıp soğuduktan sonra pastanın üzerinden döküp her yerini kaplayıp frambuaz sos,çikolata sos ve böğürtlenlerle resimdeki gibi süsleyelim.Afiyet olsun... #pasta#kremşanti#tasty#delicious#çikolata#kakao#food#tastyfoods@foodys
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@Regranned from @belinda_vegan - Objectification happens when laws classify animals as property.
When we can buy, sell, trade, or exchange SOMEONE as though he or she were a used car - or even parts of a used car - we have literally turned him or her into a piece of live "stock". By viewing animals as objects, we can treat their bodies accordingly without the moral discomfort we might otherwise feel.
Objectification is the process of viewing a living being as an inanimate object, thing. Animals are objectified in a variety of ways, perhaps most notably through language. Objectifying language is a powerful distancing mechanism. Consider how slaughterhouse workers refer to animals they're going to kill as objects that are to become, rather than as living animals they are: chickens are called broilers, pigs are called rashers, and bulls are called beef. And the USDA refers to cows as utters and animals as units, while meat Industries talk about replacement boars or replacement calves. Considered to, are common usage of the phrase living thing, and are equally common failure to recognize this phrase as an oxymoron. Carnism needs us to employees such objectifying language; think of how you might feel if, for instance, you refer to the rotisserie chicken in the restaurant window as SOMEONE rather than something, or if you called the barnyard turkey he or she rather than it.
See them for WHO they are. Animals are not property, commodities, or food. They are other sentient beings that share this Earth with us, not for us.
Video @emptyeverycage - These gentle souls are treated like objects that don’t feel in the #meat/ #dairy industry. 💔🕊🌎💚🌱🥗 - #regrann#animals#pets#petlover#iwantit#thatlife#objectification#foodie#yummy#tasty#bff#hotgirls#truth#thoughts#fuckthesystem#cars#beautufulday#cutie#emptynest#dogs#mansbestfriend#campuslife#livingthedream#luxury#vegan#vegansofig#vegansofinstagram
This is the only recipe I use for classic chocolate truffles. They are a breeze to make with only 5 ingredients.
For the FULL RECIPE click on the link in my profile 👉 @shiran_dickman
Comment below with 🍿 if you love popcorn! Here’s the recipe for a perfect bowl of Movie Popcorn to nestle in your lap for #NationalPopcornDay. The hard part? Picking a flick! Here’s what you’ll need:⠀
2 tablespoons @nutiva butter flavored coconut oil⠀
¼ cup popcorn kernels⠀
1 teaspoon salt⠀
¼ cup nutritional yeast⠀
1 tablespoon garlic powder⠀
1 tablespoon salt⠀
1 ½ teaspoons black pepper⠀
🎥 Add coconut oil to large stock pot on medium-high heat. Drop in 3 to 4 kernels and cover.⠀
🎥 When kernels pop, add the rest; cover and shake pot to evenly distribute.⠀
Reduce heat to medium; shake pot back and forth over the burner⠀
🎥 Continue cooking (and shaking frequently), until kernels are popped, about 2 to 4 minutes.⠀
🎥 In a small bowl, mix yeast, garlic powder, salt, and black pepper; sprinkle over popcorn before serving!