2020-01-14 Edition of White Wellness w/ Tabitha

On this edition of White Wellness, Tabitha speaks about:

  • 09 White countries pushing for veganism
  • True Blue Aussies chant “drag queens are not for kids” after a disgusting drag queen goes to a library to promote pervert faggotry to young children
  • Tabs joins the dots between (((climate change))) and (((tranny meat)))
  • Mastic oil comes from a tree that has a resin that is not edible
  • Shaun joins Tabs for a small time to speak about Misanthropes Vs psychotics
  • Tranny pork is coming to a town near YOU!
  • Diet has become very inverted – Especially since WWII
  • Audio:  Vegan Diet Dangers
  • Audio:  Vegan ANTI-HUMAN Compilation
  • Audio:  Bad Vegan Advice Compilation
  • Audio:  University students in hot water for publicly shaming drag queen

And much more!

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2020-01-07 Edition of White Wellness w/ Tabitha

On this edition of White Wellness, Tabs speaks about:

  • Veganism has become a philosophical standpoint and is in fact a religion
  • Could restaurants soon refuse to serve a meat steak – Could a butcher soon be banned from selling real meat?
  • Religion and belief are protected by the (((powers that be)))
  • Audio:  vegan bloating Compilation
  • Toxic brands of floss among other things such as non-stick pots and pans
  • Tabs drops a link for better floss minus the pfas and chemical crap
  • If you eat meat you are vegan phobic!  Yup, you filthy meat eater!
  • The Okinawan diet and what tips we can take from it  (Shaun’s notes in the voice of Homer Simpson – Mmmmm PORK!)
  • A cancer ridden pornographic shoe catches the attention of Tabs
  • Vegans seem to believe we should eat like the apes but saturated fats prove different
  • Without saturated fats and good diets people can end up very ill and get Dry Vagina Syndrome (DVS)
  • Audio:  Children dying around the world because of vegan diets
  • Youtube link of a child that is being abused by vegan parents

And much more!

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2019-12-31 Edition of Tabi’s Tidbits (Crème Brulee)

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This is a great restaurant style dessert that can be made at home very easily.  Creme Brulee is the perfect thing to savor after a romantic meal.   Serve with Tuile Cookies and Berries for classic French Flair.  It was White Western Civilization that developed fine cuisine (gastronomy).

1 quart heavy cream or two cans of coconut cream plus 1/2 cup water

1/4 tea. vanilla bean powder, 1 teaspoon vanilla extract

1/2 cup maple sugar (for the custard)

1/2 cup superfine cane sugar (for the brulee)

8 large egg yolks

2 quarts hot water

2019-12-20 Edition of Tabi’s Tidbits w/ Tabitha – A Walk

With snow underfoot & fresh air in the lungs, Tabs speaks about Hitler some more and one of his favourite dishes, as she dodges bears and wolves and even more so, tinea’s stink!

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n this tidbit, Tabitha discusses the history of the German bread dumpling knodel and shares some more information on Hitler.

Classic German Knödel

Ingredients

  • 1 pound day-old bread, such as soft pretzel rolls, brioche, kaiser rolls, or bagels, torn into 1-inch pieces

  • 2 cups whole milk, warmed

  • 2 tablespoons unsalted butter

  • ½ large onion, finely chopped

  • sea salt, to taste 

  • Freshly ground black pepper, to taste

  • ⅛ teaspoon ground nutmeg

  • 2 tablespoons fresh parsley leaves, finely chopped

  • 3 eggs, lightly beaten

  • ¼ cup all-purpose flour or breadcrumbs, if needed

  1. In a large bowl, combine the bread with enough warm milk to saturate. (You may not need all of the milk.) Let soak for 30 minutes.
  2. In a medium skillet, heat the butter over medium heat. Add the onions and sauté until soft and translucent, about 5-10 minutes. Season with a few pinches of salt, a few turns of freshly ground black pepper, nutmeg, and parsley. Transfer the onion mixture to the bread mixture.
  3. Add half the beaten eggs to the bread mixture and mix with your hands. Continue adding egg and lightly kneading until a wet dough forms. If the dough is too sticky, add a little flour or breadcrumbs. Set aside to rest at room temperature for 10 minutes.
  4. Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil over high heat. Use damp hands to form 2-inch balls with the bread mixture. Working in batches, lower the knödel into the boiling water and cook until firm, about 15 minutes. Using a slotted spoon, transfer to a plate lined with a clean towel to drain.

2019-12-19 Edition of Tabi’s Tidbits

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Whole Grain Pancake Mix Gift in a Jar Recipe

Yields one 16 oz. gift jar and two 32 oz. gift jars

2 C rolled oats, pulsed in the food processor a few times (or substitute 1 cup of rolled rye for 1 cup of rolled oats)

2 C all purpose flour

2 C whole wheat pastry flour

1/2 C turbinado sugar, 1/4 cup date sugar

1 C buttermilk powder

3 TBS baking powder

2 TBS pumpkin pie spice

3 tsp Redmond sea salt

½ tsp baking soda

Glass jars: two 32 oz jars & one 16 oz jar

♦ Mix the ingredients in a large bowl until combined.

♦ Using a wide mouthed funnel or a parchment paper cone, fill the jars.  Seal the jars tightly.

♦ Wrap festive ribbon around the lid and include the following directions with your gift:

Additional ingredients required per batch:

1/3 C unsalted butter, coconut oil, melted or avocado oil

2 large eggs

1 C milk or water

DIRECTIONS

♦ To make pancakes, add 2 cups of the pancake mix into a medium bowl.

♦ Beat eggs in a mixing bowl. Mix in the melted and butter or oil with the milk or water and add to the eggs. Sift in the pancake mix while mixing well.

♦ Preheat griddle on medium-low heat and add some avocado oil, coconut oil or butter to lightly grease it. Pour batter by ¼ cupfuls onto the hot griddle.

♦ Flip the pancake once small bubbles start appearing in the batter, appx after 2 minutes. Cook until second side is golden brown.

♦ Serve the pancakes with butter and maple syrup!

Coconut Caramel Snack Mix Gift in a Jar Recipe

1½ C pretzels

1 1/2 C cashews

1½ C shredded cereal or O’s

1 1/2 C thick coconut flakes

1/2 C turbinado sugar

Glass jars: two 32 oz. jars

♦ Starting with the pretzels, layer half of each ingredient in a glass jar.  Finish by topping with sugar.  Seal the jars tightly.

♦ Wrap some festive ribbon around the lid and include the following directions with your gift:

Additional ingredients required (for each jar)

1/4 C unsalted butter

1/2 C maple syrup or brown rice syrup

1/16 tsp baking soda

DIRECTIONS

♦ Pour the sugar off of the top of the jar and add to a small cup.  Put all the ingredients onto a large serving platter or cookie tray.

♦ In a small saucepan, melt the butter over low heat. Once melted, add the syrup and reserved sugar, and stir well to combine. Continue stirring until the caramel comes to a boil, then reduce to a simmer and cook three more minutes while stirring. Remove from heat and stir in the baking soda with a whisk until the sauce is thick and looks a bit fizzy.

♦ Carefully drizzle the warm caramel sauce over the snack mix. Allow to cool completely before serving.

♦ Store any leftover snack mix in a jar with an airtight lid for 3-4 days.

2019-12-17 Edition of White Wellness w/ Tabitha

On this edition of White Wellness, Tabitha speaks about:

  • Tranny foods in McDonald’s coming to YOUR Children
  • Immigrants now able to get a drivers license
  • Overdoses due to the opioid epidemic and relations to it
  • LGBT – Nature has no prejudices – Tabs speaks about how this is total shit!
  • Green Tea with Plum recipe – Get creative with your own recipes
  • Bile breaks down all kinds of food  (Tabs is talking about bile of the stomach, not the bile that is a pure wanker)
  • Animal based Zinc is the way to go – None of this synthetic crap

parasitosis păr″ə-sĭ-tō′sĭs, -sī-

A disease resulting from parasitic infestation.
Any infectious disease caused by a parasite

And much more!

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2019-12-17 Edition of Tabi’s Tidbits w/ Tabitha – Golden Milk

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Here is a lovely and soothing beverage that is perfect for morning, noon or night!

2 tb. coconut milk powder

1 tb. gelatin
1 tb. collagen
1 tea. maple sugar
pinch Celtic sea salt
1/2 tea. medicinal mushroom (cordyceps, reishi or lion’s mane)
1/4 tea. astragalus, optional
2 cups hot, filtered water
2 tea. turmeric ghee (I like Pure Indian Foods brand)
cardamon, to garnish
Combine the dry ingredients in a blender.  Add the water, then the turmeric ghee.  Buzz for 30 seconds until blended.  Pour into mug and garnish with cardamom.  Enjoy!