I have heard a lot about the golden milk and that it would be really great ... healthwise and and also taste wise ... tonight I decided to try it with the remaining fresh coconut 🌴 milk I had ... and Woooow 😍💕🌸😃🦋☀️❤️😘✨... I was amazed at how delectable it was ... I was really not expecting this ... very gentle creamy and wonderfully mild and yet spicy 🌶... but ... try it for yourselves ... I find it is definitely worth it... here is how I made it : INGREDIENTS ( for one glass, see picture ) : fresh coconut milk (strained), some tumeric powder, a dash of each cinnamon and nutmeg powder, some fresh ginger, some dried papaya seeds, some maple syrup, a pinch of pink himalayan salt - PREPARATION : mix all well till very creamy and warm ... and fill in a prewarmed glass of your choice ... decorate nicely ... and drink your wonderful healthy and delicious golden coconut milk while it is still warm ... enjoy 😊 🏝🍹🌟Ich habe schon viel von der goldenen Milch gehört, ... aber dass sie so gut ist, hätte ich nicht gedacht ... aber probiert es selber aus ... das braucht ihr dazu : ZUTATEN : (für 1 Glas, vgl. Photo) : goldene Kokosmilch - göttlich 😊😍💝👌👍😃💕❤️🌸🌴✨
Frische Kokosnussmilch 🌴( gesiebt )
etwas frischer Ingwer
getrocknete Papayakerne ( evtl. mit etwas getrocknetem Papayafleisch )
eine Prise rosa Himalaya Salz
ZUBEREITUNG : Alles im Hochleistungsmixer warm cremig pürieren.
In mit heißem Wasser ausgespülte und so vorgewärmte Gläser füllen ... hübsch anrichten und noch warm servieren ... ... und geniessen ... Wohl bekomms 😃💕🌸❤️😍😊😘☀️🦋💝✨#golden_milk#goldene_milch#coconut_milk#Kokosmilch#frisch#fresh#göttlich#delicious#glücklichsein#happiness#healthy#gesund#Rohkost#vitalkost#rawveganlifestyle#creamy#samtig#danielaeliaworld 😃
Kartoffeln Vorwiegend festkochend 🥔🥔🥔
Von unserer Edeka Eigenmarken, von der Ofenkartoffeln über Aufläufe und Eintöpfe bis hin zu Pommes frites. Eben ein wahrer Alleounder, jetzt in unsere Märkten 🙏🏼 Ihr Edeka zielke Team 💛
I didn't realize these were plays. Shit. Anyway, despite my ignorance, I can't say my premier exposure to Max Frisch was regrettable. The three short plays comprising Triptych all address the issue of death, but one could be forgiven for not realizing this until perhaps the third panel. It does not seem obvious at first that some or many of the characters in each play are in fact dead.
The first panel sees a widow failing to recognize her husband's death, leaning over his casket and demanding that he stop staring at her with such coldness in his eyes.
The second panel finds a dead father visited by his son at the river Styx where he has cast a line into the waters. He periodically checks and re-baits his line despite the fact that there are no fish in the river.
The third is an odd blurring of fantasy and memory in which a man revisits his deceased lover but demands she tell him something she had never said before; an impossible desire.
Despite the reunions between the dead and the living in each panel, there is never any sort of reconciliation, only occasionally perhaps a tragic sort of understanding and acceptance that death has proven any reconciliation impossible. I was particulary taken by the second panel. Though the setting was the river Styx, it seemed to take place in some sad conception of Heaven - one perhaps equally as somber and incredibly lonely as the life certain characters had left behind.