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Having lived in Taiwan and Japan, I’ve had heaps of almond tofu (杏仁豆腐). But it seems this delightful bowl of tastiness is hard to find in even the nicest Chinese or Japanese restaurants outside of Asia. The name can be a bit misleading as it is not made of tofu but is more a cross between jelly and pudding. I guess you could say the texture is that of a light panna cotta (with much less cream). So don’t go turning your nose up at the sight of the word tofu!

I’ve been experimenting with various measurements of milk, cream and gelatine and I’ve finally got it down the way I like it!  Silky smooth, light and creamy, not too sweet and very almondy.  For the recipe you will need 4 x individual pudding basins, a small mixing bowl, measuring utensils and a fine meshed sieve. Preparation time is less…

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The Sophomore Slump

First and foremost, I would like to take a moment to express my gratitude to all the visitors of this blog. Rest assured that all the likes, comments, follows and views are all appreciated. Thank you so very much, my blog is progressing rapidly. Secondly, I would like to reiterate my strong distaste and defiance to those who are planning on stealing other bloggers’ works, images and creations. Please adhere to proper requirements and authority in acquiring the images and words of others. Re-blog and ping back away as much as you pleased. Ask first or link back if you do intend to use the materials I have in my blog. Last and the least, if you do follow my blog, I do wish for some interaction. And before I completely forget, thanks for linking my posts to other channels such as Twitter, Google+ and Facebook. Thank You!

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Kristen Lamb's Blog

I’ve said many times before that it is an amazing time to be a writer. Yet, I think this age, this new Digital Renaissance might actually be more than we can imagine, and age of empowerment artists have never before experienced. We just need to be open to the future.

First, the Technology Problem

Many artists feel threatened by social media, computers, iPads and e-readers. I will admit that I used to be one of those people who refused to learn how to use e-mail. I used to write long, detailed letters to friends and family with stickers and pictures and pretty handwriting. I felt computers were too cold and impersonal, especially compared to expensive stationary from my Hallmark store.

Yet, now?

Now, I no longer send frilly messages to a handful of friends and family. I actually interact with them daily on Facebook…more of them. I see their kids…

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Simple Tips To Help You Better Your Credit 120445

If you have fallen on hard times like so many other people in this economy, then there is a good chance that your credit has suffered as well. Cleaning it up is going to be very important for moving forward and rebuilding your financial life. This article will show you how you can repair your credit and get back on track.

If you can get authorized user status on a credit card account with a good payment history, don’t hesitate to do so. If you pay the bill on time, the account holder’s history becomes yours. http://www.goldsilverfactor.com/ Be aware, however, that it also works in reverse; if the account holder defaults, your credit will suffer as well. Repair your credit. If you want to take out a loan, a company is going to look at your credit report. If you have a poor credit score, they may refuse to loan you money or the loan that you qualify for, may have a very high interest rate. By paying off your bills in a timely manner, your credit score will improve, gradually. If you have a lot of debt that you are unable to pay, talk to a credit counselor. They will negotiate a repayment plan with your creditors, often lowering the payments and interest rates. Pay down credit card debt. Most people carry a debt on their credit cards, usually at an exorbitant interest rate. By paying the minimum amount each month, you will only be making a small dent on the balance. If you have any excess cash, you should start trying to pay off the credit card that has the highest interest rate. Once you have paid off that debt, focus on your other cards in the same manner. Always pay down the debt of the card with the highest interest rate, first.

While there is no magic wand or special process that can ever erase all the negative things on your credit report, there are lots of ways that you can minimize their effects. goldsilverfactor Start by correcting the incorrect and start putting lots of positives on there. Follow the advice from this article and you will see higher scores and better credit moving forward.

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