Tropical Fruit Of The Week: Mango

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I have only 2 mango trees in my orchard. They give me enough fruit for me and my family. So much that we cannot finish it all. So what I do to preserve it and eat it until next year is the following:

I dehydrate them

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Make delicious popsicles with my mangoes and yogurt——>Freeze them!

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Make mango puree and freeze it for later use!

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I can it!

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The rest of the mango not eaten or preserved, my chickens have a feast on it!

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What a delicious and exotic tropical fruit mango is!

Beauty On Sunday: Most Enthralling Chandeliers In The World

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Chandeliers are used to compose and embellish a space. Some houses have the simplest ones while others have the biggest and also some of the most expensive in the world.

Chandeliers to amaze your mind

They don’t have to be overwhelming, they can be, but it isn’t a requirement, they have to serve the room, its decoration, only after its mood is set can the piece be put in place. 

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Chandeliers for a dining room are the most popular choice because they are a beautiful centerpiece.

chandeliers and their elegance

The chandelier creates mood for evening meals and provides ample light for projects, especially when it’s controlled by a dimmer switch.

Leave their bulbs exposed or add shades for a tailored look, changing their colors to suit different events and seasons. String garlands through their arms to dress them up for holidays.

Saturday Night For The Free Thinker: Just Because I Feel Like It

Think and express your thoughts, but if they are contradicted do not feel defensive. Everybody is allowed to express his/her opinion, even when it opposes ours.

INSTEAD: LEARN from that opinion. It will make you grow and think smarter.

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Yes, because us, the free thinkers, question everything and worship nothing. Always, accumulation of ideas and thoughts. Wonderful world in my mind!

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This is one of my favorite comparison images of free thinkers from a religious fanatics. And so true!

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Thinking requires the utilization of the brain in a coherent manner, scientifically if possible, but everyone can do this, in philosophy, art, sports, gardening, carpentry, in every profession and activity we practice.

When Religion Harms

Free Thinkers Forum

Friday Humor Go Ahead Have a Laugh!

Have you ever noticed that feeling of well-being after a good laugh? I have. I try to feel that way everyday.

What’s laughter?

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Sometimes when I’m riding my bike alone I make myself laugh remembering funny situations I might have experienced in the past. I laugh out loud, another cyclist might pass me by and notices I am having a good time. He laughs too and smiles. This happens pretty often, and I like it when people around me are happy too. It’s just right!

I have my own AC unit. Just in case! 🤣

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Location, location, location!

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Whaaaaaaaat?!

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Did You Have Dinner Ready Yet? Cook this Fast Easy Delicious Healthy Recipe!

SALMON TACOS WITH PAPRIKA

Cook this healthy Tacos for Dinner: Delicious, crunchy, wholesome, with a hint of spicy goodness.

A little bit of feta to top it off and we have ourselves a super easy, quick, and healthy meal with these healthy salmon tacos!


Ingredients

2 salmon fillets

1/4 tsp crushed garlic

1/4 tsp oregano

1/4 tsp paprika

1/8 tsp cayenne

1 tsp black pepper

1/8 tsp sea salt

4 corn tortillas

1 cup shredded red cabbage

1/4 cup corn, canned1 Tbsp cilantro – 

Instructions

Preheat oven to 425 degrees.

Mix the garlic, oregano, cayenne, paprika, pepper, and salt together.
Place the salmon filets on an oiled baking sheet.

Brush the seasoning mix over the filets and bake for about 30 minutes (or until fully cooked and flaky).

While the salmon is cooking, heat up the tortillas on a pan or in the microwave (to desired amount).

Add sliced salmon to each tortilla when ready.

Top each salmon placed in the tortilla with shredded red cabbage, corn, and cilantro.