Monthly Archives: May 2015

Stir Fry Chicken

Stir Fry Chicken

I absolutely love stir-fry of any kind. I love it because I can season it how I’d like and make as healthy as I’d like. I don’t do a whole lot of additives, I just season it the way I think it should taste and if you ask me it tastes pretty authentic.

Here’s my take on stir fry chicken.


Ingredients (2)

Chicken breasts

Fresh basil

Fresh carrots

Fresh or Frozen broccoli

Diced onion

Diced ginger

Sliced garlic

Sesame Oil



Hoisin Sauce

Braggs Amino (I used this instead of low sodium soy sauce, but you can use soy sauce if you’d like, but Braggs tastes JUST like soy sauce)

Thai Chili pepper sauce

Rice Wine vinegar



Garlic Powder

Onion powder

Black pepper

Poultry seasoning

Step 1: Wash your chicken breasts well and then cut them into bite sized pieces and season them well.

Chicken breasts

Seasoned chicken breasts

Step 2: Put 2 tablespoons in your wok and ensure it is greased well. Once its nice and hot add your chicken and diced onion, ginger and garlic.


Fresh garlic

Some benefits of the consumption of ginger include:

  1. It reduces pain and inflammation, making it valuable in managing arthritis, headaches, and menstrual cramps.
  2. It has a warming effect and stimulates circulation.
  3. It inhibits rhinovirus, which can cause the common cold.
  4. It inhibits such bacteria as Salmonella, which cause diarrhea, and protozoa, such as Trichomonas.
  5. In the intestinal tract, it reduces gas and painful spasms.
  6. It may prevent stomach ulcers caused by nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, such as aspirin and ibuprofen.

Chicken breasts onion and garlic

Step 3: Add your veggies…carrots and broccoli. Allow to cook for about :15-:20 minutes.

Final productStep 4: Add your fresh basil and allow to cook for another :5.

Fresh basil

Step 5: Make your sauce…1/2 a cup of Hoisin sauce, Seasonings, 1/4 cup of rice wine vinegar and  1/2 cup of Braggs Amino and mix well.


Step 6: Pour into your veggies and allow to cook well for another :5-:10 on low heat.

Final product (2)Step 7: Serve with our without rice and enjoy !


<3JayThe Foodie

Whose got the juice now !?!?!?

Whose got the juice now !?!?!?

Juicing… by far the best thing ever. Its not too pricey to do and the health benefits are great. Its better than buying juice at the store because it does not have all the impurities and additives. I like to use mine as a meal replacement. The only thing that I’ve noticed, is it has to be consumed in about 7 days. If not it will at least from my experience will go sour and no one like sour juice.If interested in this healthy meal replacement option which can give you lots of energy see below:

My ingredients-


White Vinegar

Mason Jars with Lids to secure

efresh fruit and veggies

Organic Apples







Step 1: Wash all your fruit well or temporarily soak in your sink with a 1/4 cup of white vinegar. This gets rid of any bugs or waxy build up your fruit may have on it. I also like to rinse my fruit well with a little dish or hand soap just to be on the safe side.

Rince your grapes well

Step 2: Slice all your fruit…except for your grapes and carrots, they don’t have to be sliced.

slice your beets

slice your pineapples Slice your apples Sliced pears

Step 3: Put your juicer together and begin your juicing process.

juice prepping ginger     juice your carrots    juicing grapes     juice coming out of machinejuicing in progress

Step 4: Once you’ve finished juicing you’ll notice a thick froth or gas on your juice. You’ll want to dip it off the top and then screw your tops on really well.

Dip out your frothStep 5: Enjoy your juice 🙂

picstitch juicing