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hello today i going to make fish paste sauce with fish fish big red onion garlic chili duck egg cabbage luffa Water Hyacinth green onion lemon fish paste soup powder sugar
A lot of people think that eating a healthful diet requires a lot of time and it also tends to be quite expensive, so that they give up before they even …
A lot of people think that eating a healthful
diet requires a lot of time and it also tends to be quite expensive, so that they give up
before they even try, worried at the idea of regular trips to the farmer’s market
to select fresh organic, local and seasonal food only, and then spending long hours in
the kitchen to prepare everything from scratch and then clean up, while skipping any processed
food. Let me reassure you. Designing a balanced
healthful diet is much easier than that and does not require you to become an elitist
foodie. We all live busy lives, have limited time
to spend in the kitchen, need to eat meals at work, to sometimes rely on convenience
food, the Chinese restaurant down the street, or the indian take out. That’s perfectly
OK. Nobody is asking you to grow your own organic
zucchini or to soak dry beans overnight or to never again set foot into a fast food restaurant
chain. It is not necessary to change all of our eating
habits from one day to the other. Maybe our diet will not be perfect at once, but we have
to start somewhere. We may want to start by introducing a couple of little changes, and
that already will be a significant improvement. Doing something, is better than doing nothing. I’m also here to tell you that eating a
healthful diet does not imply any deprivation. We all agree that eating must be first of
all a pleasure, not a punishment. It cannot be a source of distress or require exaggerated
sacrifice. Imagine how frustrating it would be to balance risks and benefits before each
and every bite. There are many good principles in nutrition, but there are many popular diet
books and gurus that take some of these principles isolated from the rest, and carry them to
an extreme, proposing dietary patterns that will make miserable the lives of those who
follow them, and those who don’t will be left feeling guilty that they aren’t doing
enough. Luckily, we can eat a healthful diet without
making our lives miserable, without enduring tremendous deprivation and without carrying
good principles to an extreme. Let’s never forget that eating is not just
a matter of survival, we also have every right to enjoy good food, discover new tastes, meet
new cultures, have opportunities for social interaction and in short enjoy all of those
instances traditionally associated with eating. A healthy diet is based on three key principles:
variety, moderation, and balance The first principle is variety. No single
food contains all the nutrients we need in just the right proportions, or is so complete
that it can be the basis of our whole diet. Any food can contain substances that are useful
or protective, but at the same time it can also contain other substances that may be
detrimental or toxic. Although we know a lot about food composition, the food we eat is
so extraordinarily complex that is made of thousands of different molecules, many of
which we still haven’t even identified, some of them occur naturally, some other come
from the environment or from contaminations. The more monotonous our diet is, the higher
the risk of nutrient deficiencies or imbalances, and the higher the risk of accumulating dangerous
of detrimental substances. Our best strategy to avoid deficiencies and
excesses is varying our food choices as much as we can, eating food from all the different
food groups, and don’t always get the same nutrients from the same foods. Don’t trust
those who propose you an “ideal diet”, in the form of list of foods to be eaten every
day or every week, because eating the same foods over and over again is not only boring,
but also dangerous. Being curious and creative with our food choices is the basis of variety
and a healthy diet. The second principle is moderation. Eating
everything does not mean overeating. We should never eat until we are uncomfortably full,
and eating small portions of many different foods is our best strategy. No food or nutrient is wondrous by itself,
outside of a generally balanced diet. And on the other hand, not even the junkiest food
can cause any damage if eaten every once in a while in the context of an otherwise balanced
diet. Like we always say in nutrition, there’s no such thing as good or bad foods, there’s
only good or bad diets. However, it is appropriate to make a distinction between foods whose
intake needs to be extremely limited, and foods that should be at the basis of our diet.
We will not classify foods as magic foods or killer foods, but we will definitely make
a distinction between green lights, yellow lights and red lights, so we can look for
the green lights most of the time, go through yellow lights with circumspection, and jump
red lights as little as possible. When it comes to eating, we tend to worry
a lot about breaking the rules, but we forget that what really matters is what we do habitually.
As the ancient romans said, semel in anno licet insanire. Every once in a while, it
is ok to go crazy. There’s no reason to worry if we pig out on Thanksgiving, if we
have one drink too many at our best friend’s bachelor party, or if we eat three slices
of cake at his wedding. What really makes the difference is what we do the rest of the
time. Most people eat three meals a day: breakfast,
lunch and dinner. That gives us 21 meals a week. If we have dinner out with friends twice
a week, it’s not those two meals that we have to worry about, but the remaining 19. The third principle is balance. Our choice
of foods should ensure a healthy proportion of all the different nutrients that we need,
and we will learn how to do this. Many people believe that applying nutrition
science means dealing with food composition tables and making long calculations of calories
and nutrients to come up with the perfect list of foods to eat, in just the right amount,
to have a perfectly balanced diet. Far from it! Let me tell you right now that nobody
will ever ask you to eat with the scales or the calculator, to weigh everything you eat
or to compute calories or nutrients. Studying human nutrition means becoming familiar
with a series of general principles, strategic objectives and guidelines that will help us
make the best dietary choices in selecting our foods and creating our meals.
Sure enough, we will use some numbers and make some energy and nutrient calculations
in this course, but it’s only to become familiar with the composition of the foods
we eat and with some basic nutrition concepts. We want to have an idea of the caloric density
of food, what is their protein content, what kind of fats they contain, what are the best
sources of a particular vitamin, or which food have a high glycemic index. But when
it comes to our everyday life, in order to eat well, it is completely unnecessary to
make calculations of calories of nutrients. It is much more important to understand and
keep in mind some key general principles. By applying the principles of variety, moderation
and balance we will be able to steer clear of dangerous radicalisms, we will not condemn
or fear any food or nutrient, much like we will not trust those who idolize one particular
food or nutrient, or those who place all of their bets on one single idea. For example, as a nutritionist I am well aware
that eating an excess of animal food is very detrimental to our health, especially if we
don’t balance it with enough fruits, vegetables and whole grains. For this reason, I consume
red meat very sparingly. Some people decide not to eat meat and fish
at all, and become vegetarian. Some other decide not to eat animal food all together,
and become vegan. Some go even further, and limit their food choices to only fruit, they
become fruitarian. Some only limit their food choices to raw food, they become raw foodists.
I think this is a very dangerous path. Where is the limit between healthful diet and dietary
extremism? There are paleo-fanatics who abominate grains and legumes much like some dogmatic
vegans fear meat and fish. I have respect for all of these choices, and I will tell
you right now that our body is so extraordinary that it can perfectly thrive both on an animal-free
vegan diet, or on a grain-free paleo-diet. However, there’s absolutely no need to go
to any such extremes to maintain health. We may have cultural, religious, ethical or
environmental sustainability reasons to decide to abstain from eating specific foods, and
those reasons are all valid. But if the concern is our health, then, as we will learn in this
course, we can design a perfectly balanced, healthful diet that promotes health, well-being
and prevention of chronic disease, by including foods from each and every one of the following
five groups: fruits, vegetables, seaweeds, and mushrooms; nuts and seeds; whole grains;
legumes and animal foods including meat, seafood, eggs, milk and dairy. With these principles in mind, our next question
now is, why do we need to study nutrition? What can it do for us? What are the goals
of nutrition? Over the next three lessons, I would like to explain this to you.
We’re gonna make crispy skin fish! Here’s the mackerel I filleted earlier Lay it skin side down in the pan, a cold pan. Now turn the pan on on full whack …
We’re gonna make crispy skin fish! Here’s
the mackerel I filleted earlier Lay it skin side down in the pan, a cold
pan. Now turn the pan on on full whack Now season it with salt and pepper
from a height, you do it from a height so it goes everywhere. We’re gonna cook the
fish skin side down for most of the time so the skin gets really crispy. Mackerel’s
quite a meaty fish, so it’s really good Make sure the fish fillet’s don’t touch each
other and don’t be tempted to touch it It’s gonna take about four minutes on
the skin side then we’ll flip it and about 30 seconds on the other side. You
can see the heat traveling up the fish and starting to get colour. People can get
really scared of cooking fish, but it’s really easy. By keeping it on the skin
most of the time, it will go really crispy, my brother loves it. The white
bit is cooked and the pink bit is raw, so you can see what the heat is
doing to the fish. When you kids are cooking with pans, make sure you have an
adult with you. Now this has had five minutes on the skin, let me show you how crispy it is, be confident A little bit of salt on the skin. Just 30 seconds on this side and a good squeeze of lemon juice, but don’t get it on the skin. Turn the heat off and give the pan a shake. Now it’s ready to serve to my brothers and sisters, follow me No we made it!
Do you want some River? – Give him a half. – He’ll have a whole. Is it nice River? Is it too hot? The skin is so crispy River You’ve got mackerel, mashed potato and veggie’s Really nice, I cooked it in the green house Told you he liked crispy skin. High 5!
My cooking skills have not progressed since college. I make spaghetti, and eggs, and… – Chris: and fish. – Burnie: There you go. Fish is so complicated to make! – C: …
My cooking skills have not progressed since college. I make spaghetti, and eggs, and… – Chris: and fish.
– Burnie: There you go. Fish is so complicated to make! – C: No it isn’t, no it isn’t.
– Jon: No it’s not. Not my fish. If you just get some fish that are raw – C: and then-
– B: What kind of fish- You’re gonna get wh- what? Name a fish, Chris. – B: Fish.
– C: Ssssss… sssss… Sword? [Hysterical laughter] Sword?! [laughter] Swordfish! You buy swordfish?! – J: That’s ah, that’s expensive!
– C: You just said name a fish. I was thinking – C: a fish…
– B: Name a fish you eat!
– Gus: What, what.. What fish do you cook? I’m gonna go into the.. I’m gonna go to the butcher and go to the fish section and go I want sword. [laughter] – J: No no, just say I want
– G: I want- – J: fish.
– G: I want to buy 1 fish please. [laughter] And then… I, I just… You know. I put it in a-
I- y- m- What I do for cooking I just put, um, like, dressing on it. – C: Like salad dressing.
– G: You what?
– J: [laughs] You put like, Italian salad dressing? – C: Yeah. Whatever dressing I have.
– G: Or ranch? – J: Ranch?
– C: Sure, yeah. Ugh! – C: Any- It’s
– [laughter] It’s whatever dressing I have, I just put dressing on it and then I’m like, cook it Ah, it’s got – C: It tastes like uh, balsamic vinegar!
– B: You’re skipping so many steps! Do you put like, thousand island on it? – C: Sure, yeah.
– G: Like, “look, it’s like you’re back in the ocean swimming among some islands!” [laughter] – C: Cause I can vary up my flavours by what dressing I-
– B: [laughs] Can we get a Michelin star for uh – J: a food truck with Chris.
– B: I don’t know how it – B: couldn’t qualify
– [laughter] I have no idea. With that stunning recipe of fish and dressing. What kind of dressing? Whatever. [laughs] – C: Whatever I ca-
– B: What kind of fish? I would like – C: Well you…
– B: sword with vinaigrette. [laughs] [laughter] [Outro music]
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these shoots cut these podshaes let’s go get along with them oh already hard bridal veil it’s a hammock lift up Well Take the camera and send is ebat see caught right away i fucked I’m fucking wait, wait yeees let’s take it off may need to keep longer ще одна ей це маленька, похуй їбать нахуй let’s release it? flood friend the bottom has become let’s raise wicker catch a grid ohh here is at once deeply little fell keep a little longer blow the cutie to break need to catch a closer look це карась? так look! well, err curry fish game started one little little fell wait for it to lie down! raise pick up very large bitch fucking Let’s go to the other side blow there a patty Immediately sat down and a fisherman blinking is what? how big is the livestock crucian? so why are you so oiled? Big fire write in these boxes lemon because I’m already hungry oh blyat let’s go to this one blyat now it will be hot and tasty throw more pepper soy sauce smells very well a little more pepper she is ready to pick it up hot a little bit of soy sauce but we are immortal what’s your favorite fish bro? good good? very! ohh too much devil lemon I like better than in a school dining room shorter put likik and subscribe to the channel and watch my new videos oh not new old they will be below SUBSCRIBE)))))))
Good morning everyone! Welcome to Judy Ann’s Kitchen! It’s almost New Year, it’s going to be 2019! How’s this guys? Is it possible to have the New Year a month after …
Good morning everyone! Welcome to Judy Ann’s Kitchen! It’s almost New Year, it’s going to be 2019! How’s this guys? Is it possible to have the New Year a month after Christmas, just to have time to save for media noche? What we’re going to do today is grilled fish with mango salsa. We’re gonna make salad grains and egg noodles. All of that has meaning. All of that has meaning. Because we Filipinos are fond of superstitious beliefs, right? We believe in what our elders say. It’s not bad to believe, it’s free. You don’t pay anything, there’s no tax. We’re here outside our house again. Because for me, personally, when it’s media noche, we grill together. There’s just such a festive atmosphere, right? You see the people having fun, getting drunk, falling, laughing… This is filleted blue marlin. If you can find a blue marlin belly, the better, because it has a creamier taste. They say that when it’s New Year, you’re supposed to have fish. So I’m thinking, why fish? Correct me if I’m wrong. But it’s because the fish always moves forward. Why, have you seen a fish moving backwards? No, right? Have you seen a fish going sideways? No, right? It’s just like letting go of your past and you’re just actually moving forward. Soften butter. You can also melt it if you want. Just a bit of salt because this is unsalted butter. Pepper…I can’t see it What are your superstitious beliefs when it’s New Year? Don’t sweep the floor when it’s New Year. Sweep the floor before the year ends. It’s to remove the bad luck from your life. What else? They say, cut your hair before the year ends because it allows you to let go of your past the previous year. I’m putting sesame oil. The flavor of our mix is a bit Asian. We’re gonna brush this on our fish. You know what I recently learned? What the grapes our parents feed us during New Year’s Eve symbolize. It turns out that each grape represents each month of the year. You need to note which grape you ate tasted bitter or sour. Let’s say that your 4th grape was bitter. January, February, March, April.
Take note that something bitter will happen in your April, that’s one. Or you’ll meet someone bitter about life. He’s a Bitter Ocampo. Just take note of it. And even if it doesn’t happen, at least you’re prepared. Okay, we’re gonna flip it over to the other side. You can add more flavors to it if you like. You can add different spices–paprika, or whatever you like. Set this aside. And we’re going to make our mango salsa. Because I want it to have a strong mango flavor since it’s called mango salsa not slightly mango salsa I’m going to use a whole mango. Criss-cross, and if possible, straight rows. It’s cute, right? It’s like pixels. A pixelated mango. Put it in. And voila! Tada! But when you separate the pieces, do it slowly because it might get crushed. Diced tomatoes. Red tomatoes for color and texture. Before you dice it, remove the seeds because that’s what causes it to be watery. Diced cucumber. I didn’t remove the skin because I like its green color. And again, we just want to highlight the– My hand is slippery. My onions is almost gone. But it’s not dirty, so we can still use it. It’s not dirty, It’s not dirty, It’s not dirty. When it’s the New Year, you’re not supposed to waste ingredients. Dill and cilantro. It seems like I used the wrong knife. KNIFE. You want that mint flavour from the dill and the Asian taste of coriander, and then lemon. Just a little bit. Just a tiny, tiny amount. Pepper. And salt.
And gently, mix or fold. So that the mango doesn’t get crushed. Mmm, it’s fresh. Like it just took a bath. Now you have mango salsa! And now we will make our salad grains. They say that the grains represent good fortune. Portobello mushrooms or it could be white mushrooms. Balsamic vinegar And olive oil. Let’s grill this—ah! It’s jumping again. We’re going to grill this very very lightly. Corn on the cob. So this is what’s going to add to our grades. Because I want it to be slightly healthy, I won’t put butter over it. We’ll use coconut oil because it doesn’t have saturated fat. Salt, and pepper. Actually, you can just use one or three, depending on how many you are in the family. Let’s just grill it together with these. It’s heavy. Quinoa. It could be brown rice, it could be barley, it could be couscous, or whatever you guys like. I just find this the perfect partner for blue marlin because the fish is firm, so you want a lot of texture. Red bell pepper. I didn’t cook it because I want the crispy texture. Yellow bell pepper. You see, you just mix it all. It’s not really difficult to make. They say not to cook chicken during New Year because it will delay your prosperity. Because the chicken pecks like this, right? So do you want to be pecked? And because I have grapes here, I’m going to eat these while I cook. Let’s see which months will be bitter for me. Mm, it’s sweet. My January is sweet. But there’s a little bitterness. What if all the grapes were bitter? Basil. Just a rough chop.
Isn’t it fun to cook outside the house? You have fresh air, unless you live beside the train. Then it won’t be fresh air. Honey. Just a bit. Lemon. Olive oil. Always have equal parts of acid and oil. Okay, now I’ve eaten January. Let’s see how my February will go. Let’s have another one because February is just 29 days anyway. It’s almost rotten. My February is going to be rotten. Aw, sad. My February is going to be rotten. Aw, sad. Oh, it doesn’t have salt yet. Pepper. When it has emulsified like this, you can mix it in with your grains. Everything. You can also add nuts. I just don’t know if eating nuts for the New Year has meaning. Nuts that are—nevermind. Pistachios are delicious, or pine nuts, cashew nuts… Mmmm…I’m overreacting. Let’s add grapes here. And you need to take a bath before the year ends, okay? You don’t want to smell bad the whole year. Let’s try my March. Mm, perfect. This is so good, and when you eat it, there will be an explosion of grapes. Is it heavy? Did it carry me? Did it drag me? We have feta cheese. If you find it expensive, you can use white cheese. You can put some chilli flakes. Oh! I’m supposed to put mushrooms in this! And because it’s hot, I’m not gonna hold it. Duh. Hey, the mushrooms are crispy.
And there. Where are you going? Say hi everyone! Okay, bye bye. She’s wearing a watermelon bathing suit. It’s okay already. I’m happy with this. If you have vegan friends, just take out the feta cheese. Just replace with tofu. That’s okay, too. Just replace the feta cheese with tofu. That’s okay, too. A black bruise! What’s happening to me? I’m going to make our egg noodles. They say that noodles extend your life, so you shouldn’t cut your noodles. Warning: this will need a lot of butter. So if you’re on a diet, this is not for you. But if you’re okay with ignoring your diet, why not try it? Butter, unsalted. So that the butter doesn’t get burnt, we’ll add our oil. This is egg noodles, which we’ll first soak in warm water. It’s necessary that you don’t soak it for too long because it gets soft easily. Just from smelling it, you’ve already gained 10 pounds. Allow this to go brown a bit. Let’s lessen the heat. Spring onions. Add the chicken stock so that our garlic won’t get burnt. Hoisin sauce. Soy sauce, for saltiness. Just gradually add saltiness because if you go overboard, it’s hard to adjust. Pepper. I said we’d use a lot of butter, right? I meant that. Here. The egg burned! The egg—the corn. Now I’m going to cook the fish in full heat. Turn it off for a while. So that, folks, is the wrong way to grill. The butter used in the fish feeds the fire. So let’s wait, because if I forcefully remove it, our fish will be broken. Well, it still doesn’t want to be removed, so let’s put in these noodles. You can use any type of pasta noodles you like. But since it’s New Year, I recommend using the long ones. Not the pasta shells. Do you want your life to be small? Incorporate everything there. Don’t worry if your noodles don’t get soft immediately. In the heat of its own sauce, your noodles will become soft. Just wait a while, guys. We practice patience for 2019. Let’s take a look here.
Hey! It’s okay! There, our noodles are getting soft. You’ll be surprised at how delicious this is and how simple it is to make. When it’s the New Year, you can prepare pork, because the pig eats everything. How does that connect? Onion leeks. If you have young people in the house, you can make a separate batch that’s spicy, and another that’s not. Just let it soften. Like your softest gay friend. Do you have those kinds of friends? Me, I have so many. You have to touch it. If it’s really firm, that means it’s overcooked. So you want it to be kind of bouncy. Hey! Why are you being chase by the fire? While we’re grilling it, I’m going to add salt. Why didn’t I just bring all the salt here? I’m the one adjusting for you, salt. Let’s mix this. It’s saucy now. But just because it’s saucy, doesn’t mean it’s soft. Hey, it’s like there’s a meaning there. I knew it, I’m supposed to flip it. Aw, it hurts so much! The year’s about to end but this griller can still make me cry. So that you can catch all the corn’s kernels, use a big bowl and small bowl to catch them. I grilled the corn because I like the charred taste. Charos. I’m hurrying up because I can hear my noodles. Ahh! So because Luna doesn’t like spicy, I’ll set aside some for her. Sriracha. Garlic. Taste. For the corn, we’ll add it to our salad grains. The salad is so full of grains, so this should fit for the New Year, right? How do you plate noodles? Wrap and turn. I didn’t cut it. It got cut on its own. For single serving, this is okay. Just so you can excite your kids. Garlic and spring onions. That’s one! And our salad. Can we have it just like this? You can add mint, if you like. To add texture. We can add dill. My mussel is big, right? When you’re grilling fish, don’t keep moving it. Cos me, I like to keep bothering it. So before you turn it, you make sure that you wait for 3-4 minutes to achieve the grill marks. If it doesn’t have grill marks, just put it under. Salt. Then we add our mango salsa on top. It’s ready! We’re done! Okay, let’s try it. I’m happy, but I thought it wouldn’t taste good. It’s good! Mm, I missed fish. We have our Asian garlic noodles our salad grains and our grilled blue marlin with mango salsa. Don’t forget to like and subscribe here on Judy Ann’s Kitchen YouTube channel. Bye guys! Happy, happy New Year to all of you!
Frying fish, I use deep oil in the frying pan, which gives you the same effect as deep frying, which we’ve got the average deep fryer that you can buy at …
Frying fish, I use deep oil in the frying pan, which gives you the same effect as deep frying, which we’ve got the average deep fryer that you can buy at Gander Mountain or any place. Make sure that your fillet is not overly wet, just damp. I usually mix three tablespoons of all purpose flour, a tablespoon and a half of whatever seasoning. I use blackened, Creole or Cajun just to spice things up a little bit. Put a little bit of air in your bag, shake the fillet, throw it in 350 degree oil. Depending on the thickness of your fillet it will be done anywhere from 6 to 15 minutes.
In the name of Allah most gracious most Merciful. May peace be upon you Today weather is very Pleasant So i have bought another delicious recipe Today i will share with …
In the name of Allah most gracious most Merciful.
May peace be upon you Today weather is very Pleasant So i have bought another delicious recipe Today i will share with you Lemon fish fry recipe These are their ingredients and Quantity You can also copy paste these ingredients from our website. Link is in the description below Please subscribe my channel Here i have taken 3 kg Fish (Pattar type) and got them cut in to this size Here i have taken half cup Lemon Juice Now i will add 3 tbsp Garlic paste in it and Stir it Now i will put the lemon juice aside and will prepare its spices Here i have taken a clean bowl Now i will add 3 tbsp salt in it I put 1 tbsp salt in 1 kg of fish You can also add as per your requirement Here i have taken 2 tbsp Red Chili powder 2 tbsp red chili flakes 1 and half tbsp Turmeric Powder 1 tea spoon cumin powder 1 and half tbsp Carom Seeds 3 tbsp Coriander powder Now i will add Lemon Juice in these and mix all the spices Our spices are ready now I will add all the fish in bowl and will put spices on each piece then will put it back in the same stainer if you wish then you can put spice on each piece and put it in another stainer Put spices well that it covers the whole piece As you can see i have covered all 4 sides of this piece Just like this add spices on the fish and put it in stainer I have not used gloves here because adding spices this way is easier for me but if you wish, you can use gloves You can see that the spices i prepared were enough for 3 kg fish Marinate fish for at least a day, so flavors of the spices blend in the fish Now we will fry the fish Here i have taken Wheat flour in a bow We will coat – cover the fish with the flour now We have covered all the pieces, we are going to fry i have already preheated the oil Now i am adding the pieces in the frying pot Here i have put the pot on medium flame to cook the fish from inside and its pieces remain juicy from inside if you will cook in on full – high flame then fish might become hard We have fried fish for 5 mins until it became lite golden Now we will dish out the fish At the end my husband has tasted the fish and he liked it