Naturo Sciences: Colon Cleanse Capsules #Review

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I was a little wary of taking a product named “Colon Cleanse” and regretting it in the morning but I was so wrong! Look at the ingredients and they are as natural as can be and I already add Flax Seed to my yogurt every morning. The product is made of ingredients that help aid digestion but in a kinder way. This is not like the OTC pills you take and then wake-up and need to hurry to find a bathroom. In the 3 weeks of taking these pills; 1 every evening with 8 ounces of water, I never had any ill effects. You are just helping your system digest easier…..sort of like if you took fiber but no cramps, bloating, or urgency to go. I love this product and especially for those days I did not have the time to eat as I should have. This pill helps me reboot my system and feel like I should the following day (i.e. normal). A great add-on product to take and you will feel better and more like you should!

Indications:
Naturo Sciences Colon Cleanse allows you to Detoxify and Cleanse your body of waste and toxins that can leave you looking and feeling bloated, sluggish and not quite yourself.

Ingredients:

  • Proprietary Blend 900mg per 2 Capsule Serving
  • Fennel Seed
  • Cascara Sagrada
  • Ginger
  • Psyllium Husk
  • Pumpkin Seed
  • Buckthorne Root
  • Licorice Root
  • Rhubarb
  • Citrus Pectin
  • Acidolphilus
  • Acai
  • Cape Aloe
  • Bentonite Clay
  • Aloe Vera
  • Cayenne Pepper
  • Senna
  • Oat Bran
  • Prune Extract
  • Flax Seed

Directions:
Take 1 to 2 capsules daily with 8 ounces of water, 30 minutes prior to bed. Do not exceed 3 capsules per day.

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The Gourmet Nut: Tilapia Fish Bites made with the Himalayan Pink and Hiwa Kai Hawaiian Sea Salt #Recipe #Review

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With fish prices rising and myself still craving fish, I have pretty much made every fish readily available in a manner of ways. Nothing satisfies a dual craving of seafood and fried food like the recipe below. The combination of salts brings a unique flavor to the dish as do the flours, which create a perfect thin crust that is super crunchy but remains light. You can make the dish using pretty much any fish (that is not ultra oily)or even use shrimps….po’ boys style or just bites to enjoy. You can also make “Devil Fish” bites by adding Sriracha to the buttermilk soak. Great for fish tacos too because the batter is crunchy but not heavy!

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The combination of salts is what makes the impact because the salinity in the Himalayan Pink Salt is great in the buttermilk soak but does not “pickle” the meat. The Hiwa Kai Hawaiian Salt brings those earthy notes that is almost like a truffle but so unique that is difficult to pin point. In the end, you just end up with a flavor combination that is perfect and better than anything you can buy. It’s also quick to make!

Let’s get started……

I start the night before to allow the fish soak up all the flavors and I like making meals that allow me to prep the evening before, so I get less mess but the benefit of capturing every flavor note without doing a thing.

 

  • Start with 3 Tilapia Fish Fillets and cut them into finger size pieces and I usually try to make bites in size that take one to two bites each to eat.

Buttermilk Soak:

  • 1/8 of teaspoon of each (Dried Herbs)- Thyme, Oregano, Parsley, Dill Weed, Marjoram, Garlic Powder, Onion Powder, Black Pepper, and the Gourmet Nut’s Himalayan Pink Salt.
  • Optional- You may add 1/8 of a teaspoon of Cayenne Pepper or more to suit your taste. I have added Sriracha in the past to create “Devil Bites” but again this is to your own discretion. You can also make 1/2 normal and 1/2 deviled to get different bites out of one dish.
  • 1/2 cup of Buttermilk

You add the dry ingredients and the fish to a bowl and mix to combine and cover everything evenly.

Then add the buttermilk and allow the fish to soak over night. I like to give it at least 4 hours but the more you give it, the more the fish absorbs and the better the flavor.

The following day, take the fish out and allow it to lower in temperature for about 20 minutes and then begin making the coating/batter.

Batter/Coating:

  • 1/4 cup of Corn Flour
  • 1/4 cup of Rice Flour
  • 1/2 cup of All Purpose Flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon of Gourmet Nut’s Hiwa Kai Hawaiian Sea Salt
  • Cracked Black Pepper to taste
  • Optional- Cayenne Pepper to taste

Combine the batter and no egg needed bath is needed as the buttermilk serves as a great “glue” to make the coating stick. You simply drop each bite and coat evenly, repeat until finished.

 

Frying:
I use Peanut Oil to produce a nice crisp outside and a clean taste when frying but you may use any oil you desire. I heat up the oil between 370 and 395 degrees because I find this heat point perfect for less spatter and spitting, even though my chicken tends to cause more than the fish does. Simply drop the bites and because this is a light batter, the fish coating will remain light in color and you will achieve a light golden tone. The fish literally stops making noise when they are done. You will see within the oil the bubbling starts to subside and it takes only a few minutes to fry in small batches. It’s quick and self telling when it’s done, so that works for me.

 

 

Serving:
You can make fish tacos or serve the fish as-is with a side of tartar sauce. I made shrimps and crab cakes that evening, plus fries because I wanted to nip my fried food craving. I also like to grind a little finishing salt of the Hiwa Kai Hawaiian Sea Salt when serving because it gives it touch of extra flavor and the color against the white meat of the fish is just gorgeous! Enjoy!

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