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I’m conducting a small (only 5 questions, promise!) survey about Native Americans and Cultural Appropriation for my final major art project this year. I want to be as respectful as possible and bring to light the subject of inappropriate cultural appropriation as many are ignorant to it, so any help would be greatly received.

Thank you!

Sorry to be a pest but I really need answers for my final major project - even if you only answer one that’s fantastic, I need as much help as possible!

Fresh outta the oven double chocolate chip cookies! (the chocolate chips are still all melty, oooooh)
I’ve made these a few times now and they never seem to fail. They’re the kind of crispy, yet chewy, yet soft in the middle cookie you dream about. …I’m not the only one who dreams about vegan cookies, right? O_o
Anyway the recipe comes from the PPK and can be found here. I halved the recipe and still got 18 cookies out of the mix!

Fresh outta the oven double chocolate chip cookies! (the chocolate chips are still all melty, oooooh)

I’ve made these a few times now and they never seem to fail. They’re the kind of crispy, yet chewy, yet soft in the middle cookie you dream about. …I’m not the only one who dreams about vegan cookies, right? O_o

Anyway the recipe comes from the PPK and can be found here. I halved the recipe and still got 18 cookies out of the mix!

Could you say the amounts of the ingredients you put in the last breakfast smoothie you posted? Thanks!!

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Anonymous

Sure! I used 2 cups of curly kale, 2 ripe bananas, 1 cup unsweetened almond milk, 1 tsp cinnamon, 1-2 tsp maple syrup and a small handful of ice. Hope this helps! :)

Hey! There’s a whole lot more of you here since I last did one of these little updates, so I thought I’d do another. ^_^
I went to a fundraising ball a week or two ago for my dad’s charity run with J, as seen above! He’s running through the desert right now (6 marathons in 6 days… mad man). You can find out more about that here. :)
I don’t know if I’ve mentioned but I got in to university… again! I had four out of four offers for law which I’m over the moon about. In under six months I’ll start my law degree and I couldn’t be more excited.
Oh, and I’ve almost finished my art foundation! 5 weeks left until the final deadline, eep. It soon came around! If any of you are interested about that then I post quite a few life drawings on my instagram and even more on my art blog. :3
That’s it I think! Hope you all are well.
Freya :)

Hey! There’s a whole lot more of you here since I last did one of these little updates, so I thought I’d do another. ^_^

I went to a fundraising ball a week or two ago for my dad’s charity run with J, as seen above! He’s running through the desert right now (6 marathons in 6 days… mad man). You can find out more about that here. :)

I don’t know if I’ve mentioned but I got in to university… again! I had four out of four offers for law which I’m over the moon about. In under six months I’ll start my law degree and I couldn’t be more excited.

Oh, and I’ve almost finished my art foundation! 5 weeks left until the final deadline, eep. It soon came around! If any of you are interested about that then I post quite a few life drawings on my instagram and even more on my art blog. :3

That’s it I think! Hope you all are well.

Freya :)

Dinner - spicy grilled tofu and mushrooms with cherry tomatoes, edamame, spinach, a side serving of broccoli and a peanut/orange sauce.
For the tofu I pressed a third of a block, chopped it in to 5 slices the put some cornstarch, cumin, ground coriander, nutritional yeast, smoked paprika and cayenne pepper on a plate, mixed it up and rolled each piece of tofu in the mix. Then I just sprayed the griddle pan a few times with a lil’ bit of oil and grilled away!
The dressing is simply a tsp of peanut butter, pinch of salt and some orange juice (which I microwaved for 20 seconds - they heat helps everything emulsify) and bam! Awesome dressing. :D

Dinner - spicy grilled tofu and mushrooms with cherry tomatoes, edamame, spinach, a side serving of broccoli and a peanut/orange sauce.

For the tofu I pressed a third of a block, chopped it in to 5 slices the put some cornstarch, cumin, ground coriander, nutritional yeast, smoked paprika and cayenne pepper on a plate, mixed it up and rolled each piece of tofu in the mix. Then I just sprayed the griddle pan a few times with a lil’ bit of oil and grilled away!

The dressing is simply a tsp of peanut butter, pinch of salt and some orange juice (which I microwaved for 20 seconds - they heat helps everything emulsify) and bam! Awesome dressing. :D