Low carb, low calorie FLOURLESS PIZZA recipe.
77 calories a slice.
This is real.
RECIPE for 1 medium pizza (8 slices):
- 1 cup of shredded cauliflower or 1/3 of a head of cauliflower…60 cents
- 1/2-3/4 cup of shredded mozzarella cheese…$1.30
- 1 egg…15 cents
- 1 tsp dried oregano…1 cent
- 1/2 tsp crushed garlic…10 cents
Toppings (up to you but I did a veggie medley):
- 1/2 cup pizza sauce…60 cents
- 1/2 cup mushrooms…60 cents
- 1/2 green bell pepper…35 cents
- 1/2 red onion…55 cents
WHOLE PIZZA = $4.26
1 SLICE = 53 cents
1. Shred cauliflower in a food processor
2. Microwave in a bowl for 8 min
3. Mix in about 1/2 cup of cheese, save rest for topping
4. Crack the egg and mix all ingredients together
5. Spray pan with PAM and make a nice base of cauli-cheese crust
6. Bake in oven for 10-15 min at 350F
7. Then take out crust, top with sauce and toppings
8. Place back in oven for another 10-15 min
REBLOG if you wanna make this right now!
"The country can’t make up its mind. One decade we’re invisible, another we’re dangerous. Obsolete and quaint, a rather boring people suitable for schoolkids and family vacations, then suddenly we’re cool and mysterious. Once considered so primitive that our status as fully human was a subject of scientific debate, some now regard us as keepers of planetary secrets and the only salvation for a world bent on destroying itself.
Heck, we’re just plain folks, but no one wants to hear that.”
|—||Paul Chaat Smith, “Ghost in the Machine.” Everything You Know About Indians Is Wrong. (via save-wiyabi-project)|
#Jesus just #praise #Him
Making zines at mblgtacc and I have feelings about the way two-spiritedness gets talked about, natch
A woman who does incredibly important community work, mostly if not always for free, has medical needs she can’t afford to cover. Please help us give back some of the invaluable support she gives us.
Good morning all! One of our Save Wiyabi Project interns is having an emergency with a medical bill that we are attempting to help her fundraise for. Here at SWP we don’t ever ask for money, in fact we’re not officially a 501c3 charity or non-profit because we don’t want your money and will never ask for it. We are a collective of people who work other jobs with a focus on anti-violence, and decided to come together as Save Wiyabi to do online and on the ground organizing with and for other Indigenous women.
None of the donations here will go to our pocket or any type of fluff project, they will go directly to someone who is a vital part of our advocacy group and helps make all of our online campaigns, on the ground organizing, and events happen (as well as doing direct victim services as part of her regular job). If you can help her out you would be helping us out (and all of the lives she’s impacted as an anti-violence advocate) tremendously. Even a dollar would make a huge impact. We realize this isn’t an attractive campaign where we tell you that if you just donate $ here we will end sexual and domestic violence, we’re just asking for help to keep some basic work going. Thank you.
Also, if you donate, one of our other interns Kelleigh will bake you goodies!
Carrying over from our Domestic Violence Awareness Month teach-in/film series, we’re happy to join Planned Parenthood Advocates of Montana tonight for a screening of Young Lakota and discussion and information session about reproductive justice/issues in Indian Country (specifically what’s going on here in Montana). Please join us tonight at 6pm at MSU-Billings.
For more information about Young Lakota (that airs November 25th on PBS): New documentary Young Lakota about lack of abortion access on a reservation http://feministing.com/2013/11/05/new-documentary-young-lakota-about-lack-of-abortion-access-on-a-reservation/
valentino spring/summer 2012
loving the flower details!