Drink water!

Many people these days tend to drink beverages instead of water. Although some may argue that drinking soda is extremely delicious, I want to notify you that drinking soda and other delicious beverages might extremely affect your body internally.

There are numerous reasons why a human being should drink water instead of other delicious drinks. Most importantly, water helps to maintain your body healthy by increasing metabolism and regulating appetite. Moreover, water extremely helps you to increase your energy levels and prevents risks of various cancer. In addition, water helps you to prevent headaches and moisturizes your skin.

Drinking water is an INCREDIBLY important aspect of our DAILY LIVES. Your body contains about 60~70% of water. Your blood has mostly water and same goes with your muscles, lungs, etc. Your body NEEDS water to regulate your body temperature. Therefore, I totally believe that providing your body with nutrients by drinking water is extremely ESSENTIAL~:)

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How to make a ChOcOlAtE cAkE~?

Today, I would like to introduce how to make a DELICIOUS cHoCoLaTe cAkE!:)

Since many people tend to buy cakes and use it for birthdays or celebrations, in my opinion, I think it would be much better to make it and bring it because it will worth it!:)

First, I would like to introduce ingredients.

  • 1 cup flour
  • 3 cups sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 3 tablespoons cocoa
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/4 cup butter
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/3 cup of yeast
  • 1/2 cup of water
  • 150g  sugar
  • 150g plain chocolate

NOw i will introduce STEPS~:)

First, beat the butter, add sugar and mix it together. Then add the eggs.

Then, shift the flour, salt, baking soda, and cocoa.

Then, stir the vanilla, water, and milk.

Lastly, pour these mixtures into a pan and bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes.

Let the cake to COOL~

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How to make kImChI~?

Kimchi is Korean traditional dish that is easily eaten by Koreans and now a days spread out all over the world as well. Despite the fact that there are numerous kinds of Kimchi, the main ingredients are mostly the same.

First, I would like to introduce some of the main ingredients that are used in most Kimchis.

1. Need baechu, ginger, scallions, and saeujeot

These are the main ingredients that are used in MOST kimchis. Kimchi can be differ by ingredients, regions, or seasons. Kimchi’s made in the southern

Now I would like to introduce how to make the most basic kimchi.

First prepare baechu, separate the leaves and chop them up into pieces.

Then, add a quarter cup of salt and mix it with water.

Add the salt water to the cabbage and distribute the salt water by using bare hands.

Then, wait about 4 hours and prepare a crushed red pepper flakes.

When red pepper flake is ready mix it with water,  a tablespoon of ginger and four onions chopped.

Lastly, put it in a bottle and leave them out at room temperature for 24 hours before putting into the refrigerator.

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mY sHoRt StOrY

A Bike Ride Gone Wrong – fiction

I stamped my foot in annoyance, but tried to keep as optimistic as I could. Ten minutes had past since my dance class had finished, and my maid was five minutes late for my pickup. I guess I had sounded a little spoilt, and conceited, but this was a regular routine. Every Thursday, I would wait, looking down the street, and if I saw any random bicycle passing by, I would get my hopes up, and then they would die down, and more frustration would take over my optimistic side. My dance teacher had insisted on putting my class in the most ridiculous costumes imagined, and so I definitely wasn’t in the best mood right now. Suddenly, a blue bike sped toward me… and stopped right in front.

“Ahhh…” I breathed out. “Finally.”

My maid had the most apologetic expression on her face, and for that, I did feel a little regretful of my untactful words.

“It’s okay,” I forced a smile on my face. “But, can you go fast? Please?”

My maid nodded, and holding my dance shoes in my hand tightly, I mounted myself on the backseat of the bicycle.

The problem with my maid’s bike was that on the back seat, there wasn’t any place to place your feet. As my maid speed-pedaled towards my warm, inviting house, I swung my feet innocently, and freely. That was the biggest mistake I ever made.

Suddenly, I felt a crunching feeling near my ankle, and my foot seemed to go around, and around.

“STOP!” I screamed, aware of the thing that was happening. “STOP! PLEASE!”

My maid halted the bike, and whirled around to see what was wrong. Her face color slowly changed as soon as she saw what had happened.

“OW!!” I shrieked. “OW! OW! OW!”

But as soon as I got a look of my own ankle, I felt nauseous, and felt like vomiting up my lunch.

My ankle was gushing blood from a small wound, and it was twisted, and planted in the bicycle wheel.

Shock came first, and then pain. But I guess I hadn’t realized the pain, because I felt as though I were trapped inside a thick layer of glass, but I was clawing, and trying to break the imaginary wall which was blocking me from the real world. But, soon the pain came. At first it felt like nothing, just numbness. But then, horrifying, unimaginable pain started crawling like a snake, up my leg, and to my body.

“AAAAAHHHHH!!” I screamed. I had never delt with pain like this. It was excruciating and it felt as though it would never, ever end.

“GET MY LEG OUT! GET IT OUT OF THE WHEEL! PLEASE!” Screaming, with my voice full of bitterness and pain, I closed my eyes so I couldn’t see the horrible sight.

My maid panicked, and tried to pry my foot loose. That only sent more pain waves up my leg, and didn’t make any progress. Pretty soon, a truck driver came, parked his car behind us, and knelt down to help.

“What has happened?” A female voice asked. I opened my eyes to see who had spoken, and I saw Mrs. Chadwick, an old family friend of ours. With her help, my foot got loose, and we started for hospital in our compound.

“Can you limp?” Mrs. Chadwick asked. I nodded yes. But, as we made our way, I found myself stopping every few seconds, because of the exhaustion of hopping on one leg, and because if I even moved my ankle the slightest bit, there would be pain to come.

Meanwhile, my maid was calling my mother frantically, and was talking so fast even I only caught words like ‘Broken, bicycle, hospital.’ Pretty soon, we reached our destination, and I got rushed to the emergency room.

“Well, it seems that her ankle bone is broken. This is a very small hospital, and she should be moved to the larger one downtown. Is her mother coming?” The doctor asked.

My mother arrived in five minutes, and immediately, I was hurried to the hospital downtown.

After two hourse of x-raying, and finally putting a cast on, I was allowed to go home. It seemed that my ankle bone was really broken, and I had to have my cast on for six weeks.

At first, I loved having my cast on. Everybody gave me attention, and argued over who would push my wheelchair. But, after a while, my armpits became sore from the use of my crutches, and I longed to join my friends in playing and tromping around in the playground.

My leg did heal after a long time, but in the meanwhile, I always vowed that I would never ride my maid’s bicycle again, as long as I lived.

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How to make fReNcH tOaSt:)

Today, I would like to introduce how to make french toasts. French toast is basically a food made with bread and eggs and it is a Christmas time dessert in Portugal and Brazil and an Easter dessert in Spain as well.

Now I would like to introduce ingredients in detail.

-you need 1 egg per slice of bread                                                     -olive oil, or butter or margarine                                                     -cinnamon as much as you want                                                       – half a teaspoon of vanilla extract                                                  – – milk


1. First, set the stove to high heat and put olive oil or butter so that the bread will not stick to the pan.

2. Then, crack the eggs(1 egg per bread) into a bowl.

3. Add milk, cinnamon, and vanilla extract and then mix them together.

4. Turn the heat down to medium-low once the pan is heated.

5. Then, dip the bread into the egg mixture.

6. Coat a slice of the bread with the mixture on both sides.

7. Place each slice onto the pan and cook the toast until it becomes golden on both sides.

8. DONE!:)

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Eat Healthy!

These days, many people tend to be on a diet when they don’t really need to. Moreover, they make unwise choices to get help from unsecured things. Although being skinny might bring you self-confidence, you will suffer in the inside. What I mean by this is that after getting help from unsanitary and unsecured materials, you won’t even notice what is happening in your body. As you get older, there will be …. and you won’t even be able to live your daily routine properly. Therefore, in order to prevent these devastation, most importantly, you shouldn’t have any intensions to use any of the unsecured materials to change yourself, and also you need to eat healthy. I think eating healthy is the most important aspect of our lives. One should never prefer to eat only one type of dish and one should make wise choices.

Now, I would like to give you some advice on healthy food recipes.

Healthy Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner Recipes

Healthy Breakfast Recipes

  • Spinach and sweet potato frittata with roasted tomatoes recipe
  • Bran cereal with mixed fruit and yogurt
  • Field mushrooms with scrambled egg
  • muesli pancakes with cinnamon apples
  • scrambled eggs with salmon and dill

Healthy Lunch Recipes

  • Salad filled tacos
  • peppered chicken salad with mango and red wine dressing
  • tuna and salsa
  • field mushroom with chickpeas and tomato
  • three bean nachos recipe
  • pasta primavera with fresh pesto recipe

Healthy Dinner Recipes

  • Brown lentill and vegetable soupe recipe
  • chunky beef and potato curry recipe
  • three cheese chicken parmlglana recipe
  • potato and ham and olive salad
  • sweet potato shepherd’s pie recipe
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How to make DuKbOkKi?

Dukbokki, commonly called as street food or Korean Spicy Rice Cakes, is a Korean dish where many Koreans like to enjoy as a snack. I personally love dukbokki and strongly recommend this dish to many people.

So! These are the ingredients for making dukbokki

1 bowl of rice cake
4 cups of water
2 Tsp of sugar
2 Tsp of soy bean sauce
2 Tsp of red hot chili paste
1 Tsp of sliced garlic
2 scallions, chopped

First put the rice cake in water for 15 minutes and soften it

Then, put a cold water in a pot. Add sugar, soy bean sauce, red hot chili paste and garlic.

Boil for about 5~6 minutes

Lastly, add chopped scallions and continue to boil for about 2~3 minutes.


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