I was looking around on google to try and find out what the weather is like during summer in Paris, just so that I know what sort of clothing to pack.
One of the replies I found was, “The French tend to wear a lot of muted colours, so it’d be better to to with the little black dress rather than theirs pants.”
But the majority of my clothing is bright colours.
Boyfriend is writing a new short film. Waits for him to go to the bathroom and changes a bit of the dialogue to: “All I have now is my super sick ability to break dance.”
My health seems to be on the decline and I’m beginning to get concerned …..XD
This girl I used to work with and still have to see on occasion.. She’s just so evil I can’t stand it. I want to put on a superhero costume and defeat her, ugh.
I really like these tights. Also, I’m at Lestats and I want to take this couch home for myself.
This post is geared toward those of you who do not like milk or/and have been looking for a decent milk replacement but have been wary of almond milk.
I first tried almond milk when I was in San Francisco. The people we were staying with had some in the fridge and I had been wanting to try it for a while and since there was nothing else to eat, I figured eh, why not now?
To be clear, to my knowledge I’ve only ever had the plain kind. So not the vanilla nor the chocolate.
It’s hard to describe what it tastes like. I’m one of those people that hates the smell of milk and I’m none too thrilled about the taste either. I can drink it with my cereal but that’s about it. That, combined with the knowledge of what is actually IN non-organic milk makes it rather unappetising for me. Thus, I rarely drink it.
Anyway, its hard to describe what almond milk tastes like. It doesn’t taste like milk but at the same time it sorta does? There is something definitely milky about it, but its not milk. In my opinion, its better. I’m also pleased by the fact that it smells NOTHING like milk. The calories are fewer and, as far as I know, the health benefits are many. It’s still a good source of calcium.
All in all, it checks out to be the perfect milk replacement. It doesn’t taste disgusting nor does it does very almond-y. I would consider it more of a cousin to milk rather than a brother.
It doesn’t taste bad at all and if you want something that resembles milk but is far enough away so as to not disgust you (if that’s what regular milk does to you), then I’d definitely recommend almond milk.
Basically, just give it a chance. It isn’t as scary as you think!
I assure you that it is perfectly normal to be jealous of my cutlery and stuff.
I watched The Avengers for the first time the other night and was really enjoying it until Coulson (sp?) died and then I was complaining so much about the movie sucking and how much I hated it (lies) that Moony had to tell me a huge spoiler to cheer me up