by Jamie Whalley
Here is the report of the cooking session with the Fendfoods team 24/8/16:
Ingredients organic if possible:
Fish — Blue Eyed Cod fillets
Organic Basmati rice
Himilayan Rock Salt
Silver beet — one leaf
Leggos Organic Tomato paste
AYAM Premium Coconut Cream
Cayenne pepper (spicy)
Boil rice with 1/2 teaspoon of salt. In small to medium mixing bowl, while rice is boiling — Mash bananas and mix with Coconut Cream, add 2 table spoons of tomato paste, add desired amount of Cayenne pepper and 1/2 teaspoon of salt. …
Energy is expressed in Kilocalories (Kcal) or Kilojoules (kj).
The amount of energy you need per day depends on your Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR) PLUS the amount of energy you use during physical activity and is often called your Total Daily Energy Expenditure or Requirement (TDEE).
The RDI’s for energy shown here are population-based average estimates ONLY and don’t reflect large individual differences due to extra exercise or intense physical work or no physical activity at all, i.e. bedridden.
Our free RMR and TDEE calculator enables you to calculate your TDEE much more accurately.
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Definition of opinion… “a view or judgement formed about something, not necessarily based on fact or knowledge”. Comes from the latin opinari — to think or believe. It can also mean “a statement of advice by an expert on a professional matter”
Everyone is entitled to an opinion. However, some opinions might best be left floating in the vacuum of space between our ears and only audible to the solitary inhabitant of that space. Best not to put the tongue into gear or touch that keyboard.
Why? Opinions with less weight and value than the odor from a steaming turd…