Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Healthy and good for you or not. Tempeh - what is it!! Is it good for you.

I have just been searching around on line and notice Tempeh BLT Sandwiches where trending. I had no idea what Tempeh was so had to investigate further. It is a soybean product the same as Tofu but instead uses the whole soybean which is fermented and is different in texture and nutrition originating from Indonesia. So we now have a vegeterian version of the BLT sandwich which according to Healthline is very good for us being high in protein, probiotics and vitamins and minerals.  I also noted they can also be made from various beans or a combination of including wheat.  So a word of caution to anyone with wheat alergies to ensure they do not have one that is not made from soybeans only.

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Temphey can be cooked in a variety of ways
  • First I read that the bitterness need to be removed from it by simmering in stock or water for 10 minutes then cooking as required.
  • Can be coated in a blend of spices and pan fried until crispy such as in a Tempeh BLT Sandwich where Tempeh is substituted for the bacon.
  • It can be used with salad, in taco's, in teriyaki and so on so is quite versatile
I have not tried this before so will look out with interest in the supermarket next time I am shopping to see if I can find some to try. I am interested in the fact that they are a source of natural probiotic which is good for the tummy, good for the gut and can help alleviate irritable bowel syndrone along with reducing fat in the stomach according to research.  I am not vegeterian but I do love my vegetables and often have a meat free meal whereby I use mushrooms in lieu of meat or just stir fry up a frozen packet of stir fry vegetables and add some spice such as chilli or sesame oil.

Healthy Eating
Jenny Mortimer


Wednesday, April 5, 2017

The Ten Commandments for Shoppers in Supermarkets

1. Thou Shalt not walk backwards when in store
2. Thou Shalt not park your trolley in the middle of the aisle
3. Thou Shalt not prop exactly where I want to shop
4. Thou Shalt not walk double abreast in an aisle
5. Thou Shalt not block my way when I am trying to wheel my trolley down an aisle
6. Thou Shalt not barge into me with a trolley
7. Thou Shalt not pack shelves while I am shopping
8. Thou Shalt not place obsticles in aisles
9. Thou Shalt not use the supermarket as a meeting place
10. Thou Shalt not push in before me when at the checkout

Saturday, March 11, 2017

How to copy photos from ipad to windows computer

I have been having trouble for ages trying to get information and in particulars photo's off my ipad or iphone onto my laptop which has windows 10. I came across a solution which I would like to share with you. It does not seem to be permanent but it works.

Attach ipad to computer via usb port then on computer
Go to Control Panel (right click mouse on first icon at bottom of screen),
click on view printers and devices,
Scroll down if you need to and you should find your ipad
Right click mouse on ipad icon and select troubleshooting
the computer will start "detecting problems"
after a bit it will ask fix this problem or ignore
So select the fix.

Your ipad will now be visible in File Explorer(left click on the first icon at bottom of screen) Click on the ipad, and click on in my case the first or second icon to find what you want. Good Luck

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Why is Microsoft Edge default for opening pdf files and how to fix

Hi I have been battling with this problem for awhile well ever since changing to Windows 10 and now today I was opening files and the screen was blank so after googling I found a fix which I will share below Apparantly if there are updates this can change back so just be aware and keep some notes of how your fixed the problem. Here we go goodluck. Right click on mouse and select Search, type in Default Programs, in the column on left hand side under System select Default Apps, then RH column select Choose Default apps by type, LH side scroll down to .pdf, RH click on Microsoft Edge to connect, Select the option you want and I selected Adobe Reader. All done.

Friday, January 6, 2017

Ramsay's of Clackmannan

It has been awhile since I researched this family but as I received an email recently thanking me for putting the information on line as it helped them find a family connection that had been eluding them here is a link for you family history researchers Other names connected are Taylor, Ferguson, McKenzie, Norrie mainly around Clackmannan, Saline, Fife, Fossway and Tullibole. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me by leaving a reply to this post. Cheers
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