My raw vegan ice cream, that’s made from sprouted cashews, is going to blow your mind! It’s so simple and delicious, you won’t even notice a difference from the real stuff.
Raw Vegan Chocolate Ice Cream
Yield - 4 Quarts
2 1/2 C. - Cashews (Sprouted for 4-12 hours)
3 1/2 C. - Water
1 C. - Maple Syrup
3 Tbsp. - Agave
3 Tbsp. - Dark Cacao
2 tsp. - Vanilla
1. Blend the cashews and water until it reaches a smooth consistency.
2. Add the maple syrup, agave, vanilla, and cacao and blend until well mixed.
3. Transfer the creamy liquid into a plastic container with a lid and allow to freeze for 12 hours. Remove the ice cream from the freezer for 30 minutes before serving.
No need for fancy ice cream makers or egg mixtures, my simple raw vegan ice cream will seriously blow your mind. Try it!
I’m definitely trying this out!!!!
So this video started going around my facebook today, with about a dozen of my female friends sharing the link with comments like, and “Everyone needs to see this”, and “All girls should watch this,” and “This made me cry.” And I’m not trying to shame those girls! I definitely understand why they would do so. And I don’t want to be a killjoy. But as I clicked the link and started watching the video, I started to feel a slight sense of discomfort. I couldn’t put my finger on why that was, exactly, but it continued throughout the whole thing. After watching the video several more times, I have some thoughts…
Watch the video, and think about it.
Then read what this journalist have to say.
What can we do to put ourselves in a position to hear God’s voice? We have to make time in our daily lives to get quiet. David said of the Lord in Psalm 23:2, “He leads me beside quiet waters.” Today I want to encourage you to find those quiet waters where you can get alone with the Lord. It may be a room in your house, outside under the trees, or some other place where you can shut out the noise and distractions of the world for just a few precious minutes. The key to renewing your mind, body and spirit is to develop the habit and discipline of meditating on the Word of God every day — even if it is for just a moment.
We all have different types that we are attracted to and different things that we like in a partner, but there are certain characteristics that are universal and nearly everyone sees as important. Here are 10 characteristics of an ideal partner that almost everyone can agree on:
1. Respectful. Someone who values the importance of our lives, our choices, and our friends and family and treats us with respect is attractive to everyone.
2. Sense of Humor. Nearly everyone values this in a relationship, especially as life throws tough situations at us. Being able to laugh together is a way that we cope with stress and get through things together.
3. Appreciative. No matter who you are, you want to know that you are appreciated in your relationship. No one wants to be taken for granted and we all like when our partner is appreciative and lets us know how much they enjoy being with us.
4. Thoughtful. Having a partner that thinks of us and anticipates our needs is something that we all like. Someone who thinks of what we want and need and doesn’t just consider themselves is something we all look for in an ideal partner.
When we think back to old-fashioned relationships we often think of gender inequality and stereotypical roles that don’t fit in today’s society. But, there are some traditional relationship values that are still alive today and remain important in modern relationships:
The next time you feel like God can’t use you, just remember…
Noah was a drunk.
Abraham was too old.
Isaac was a daydreamer.
Jacob was a liar.
Leah was ugly.
Joseph was abused.
Moses had a stuttering problem.
Gideon was afraid.
Sampson had long hair and was a womanizer.
Rahab was a prostitute.
Jeremiah and Timothy were too young.
David had an affair and was a murderer.
Elijah was suicidal.
Isaiah preached naked.
Jonah ran from God.
Naomi was a widow.
Job went bankrupt.
John the Baptist ate locusts.
Peter denied Christ.
The Disciples fell asleep while praying.
Martha worried about everything.
Mary Magdalene was, well you know.
The Samaritan woman was divorced, more than once.
Zaccheus was too small. Paul was too religious.
Timothy had an ulcer…
Lazarus was dead!
And God isn’t finished with you yet.
I need these. All of these. At once. In my mouth.
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Ariel and Herc are technically cousins.
DISNEY DID THAT ON PURPOSE!
JACK BLACK IS LITERALLY LEADING AN ENTIRE ARMY OF PO COSTUMES HOW IS THIS PICTURE NOT ALL OVER TUMBLR
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