I was just wondering if adding one teaspoon of brown sugar into oatmeal is unhealthy. Particularly if you’re eating it as a late night snack. According to the label, it contains 15 calories and 4g of sugar in a teaspoon. This doesn’t seem too bad, but I’ve seen articles about how brown sugar is quite bad to have in oatmeal. I wanted to hear some more opinions.
Pretty much the title. I used a Brewer's Best Oatmeal Stout recipe kit (recipe link: https://www.homebrewing.org/assets/images/Recipe_Instructions_2019/BBRCP/1042_oatmealstout_recipe.pdf), added coffee in secondary, and while it smells great and is pleasant to drink it's just kind of ... flavorless? Has anybody had this experience before and/or does anyone know what might cause it? How can I correct in the future? Any advice is much appreciated!
Ugh. Sure, tall dude from weightloss sub.
I recently became unemployed, and am looking to purchase bulk oatmeal. Does anyone know where I can buy perhaps maybe 25 pounds or 50 pounds?
Looking to cut all unnecessary funds and the little tubes only last me a couple days!
If an individual wanted to make super healthy and vitamin -packed oatmeal, what would they do?
I am not a morning person. I have two kids aged 5 and 2. I'm now doing virtual kindergarten lessons that seems to be consuming my morning for the most part. My 2 year-old is throwing a tantrum every 8 seconds and I'm just done. I love the taste and convenience of cereal. It's always around because my husband and kids love it too.
For those of you who also have a hectic home life, what do you do for breakfast in the morning?
Please don't suggest oatmeal. I know it's super easy, healthy etc, but it's one of those things that I can eat only once in a while. Maybe it's a texture thing, I don't know.
Hello all! As stated in the title, I have been working on getting my thoughts down on paper (or more accurately on shoddily made spreadsheet) for a few weeks now as I'm trying to pare down what I don't reach for as much.
Firstt off, some background ab me and what I like/how my skin typically behaves. I am a gourmand FIEND. Sweet bakery type scents are my jam, like I wanna smell like a candle or good enough to bite into my arm lolol. Heavy vanilla or caramel scents tend to go gross on me unfortunately. With gourmands in general I have found the longevity isn't the best, lasting just a couple hours on average. Maybe that is gourmands as a whole or just me, who knows. If I find a scent I really like I don't mind having to reapply.
How did I test these? All of these scents have rested anywhere from a couple weeks to a couple months before I tested them out formally and reviewed them. I apply perfume oils to my wrists. I tend to give a bottle sniff impression, a wet on skin impression, followed by a dry on skin impression. Not all of the reviews will include that if I found there wasn't really a difference to note. Also worth noting, I tested these separately from my sister so I was not influenced.
A few months ago my younger sister (16) visited me and we thought it would be fun to get her first impressions of perfumes through bottle sniffs as well. She has no prior experience with indies or analyzing perfumes in general haha. She had no knowledge of what the notes were or what the name of the perfume was until I let her know after the first impressions. I hope you are all as amused as we were!
Anyways... let's get into these reviews!
Apples Crave Cake: Fresh, crisp red apples blended with Arcana Wildcraft's Yellow Cake layering note.
Sister: Ooh I like this but it's really strong. This reminds me of uh… it's almost like... When you're at an amusement park like Disney or something but you're in the villain section. It's sweet but harsh. 8/10
My thoughts: In the bottle this is pure, sweet apple, almost like a browned syrupy baked apple. On the skin it smells the same, I am getting baked apple with cinnamon. Not so much smelling any cake here. This fades nicely and melds into my skin within about ten minutes of wear. It leaves behind the cinnamon most strongly followed by the barest hint of apple. I think I would like this more if it stuck around on me longer. I want to say the remaining scent only lingered for about two hour... keep reading on reddit ➡