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Went to NYC for the weekend. Since it was Chinese New Years people were out on the streets celebrating! Fun times!



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Chinatown, Manhattan
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soulmate, dry your eyes.

Odessa, Ukraine
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the sea's evaporating
though it comes as no surprise
these clouds we're seeing
they're explosions in the sky

@placeboworld

Odessa, Ukraine
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Photo by @ryanlongnecker ------------------------------------------ Follow us and tag #pinchpixel for a chance to be featured. ------------------------------------------ These two grew up together, no joke. #whpwithlove


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Se mi chiedessero di descrivere una porta del paradiso la disegnerei più o meno così, quando il glicine é in fiore questo ristorante si veste di magia (Impastastorie, Au Vieux Paris d’Arcole Paris)
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Bonsoir sognatrici! Come state? Conoscete questo ristorante? Io lo adoro ci torno ogni stagione per vedere che tipo di decorazioni hanno scelto per addobbarlo! Io oggi sono uscita quasi indenne dalla prima giornate a di vacanze scolastiche, ma non so dirvi come sarò tra 15 giorni! 😜 Intanto per non far sentire la propria mancanza e’ tornata la pioggia ☔️ però da mercoledì dovrebbe arrivare il sole! C’è un posto in particolare che non avete mai visto e vi piacerebbe visitare? Scrivetemelo qui sotto! Bonne nuit sognatrici faites des beaux rêves! ✨✨✨#paris #parisienne #topparisphoto #hello_france #auvieuxparisdarcole #super_france #bns_france pic n’y @st3sy

Rue d'Arcole
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Have you tried to make your own pops 🌱 🍦 before? (Recipe 👇🏾) It’s surprisingly easy with only a few simple ingredients (and fun to do with kids), and you can easily tailor the recipe to your liking. We generally flavour them with only berries, spices and occasionally herbs, and today these are rose + cardamom kulfi flavour. I used cardamom essential oil (thanks @conscious_chloe 🙏🏿), and it is a total game changer 😋.
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We wouldn’t generally use the candy hearts (and truth be told, I picked them off after the photo 😂🙈, and put them on my partners treats instead), but you know, they look legit 🦄🦄 right?!
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Ingredients
3/4 cup cashews, soaked 4 hours then drained
3 tsp rose water
1/2 tsp pure vanilla extract
1 can coconut cream
1/4 cup rice malt syrup (or 1 very ripe banana)
2 drops pure cardamom essential oil
Optional: Pitaya or beet powder (to colour; 1 used 1 tsp)
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Add all ingredients I a high-speed blender, and blitz until super smooth. Pour into desired moulds, insert sticks, and freeze overnight.
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To decorate, I dipped these in coconut yoghurt, and vegan candies 🍭. Store in an air-tight container in the freezer, and allow a little time to defrost. .
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The recipe I’ve provided is only a guide. Homemade pops are so easy to create, and you can easily play around with ratios and ingredients. To ensure you get the right texture, simply

1. Start with a base of fats (like soaked cashews/macadamia or coconut flesh)
2. Add something sweet (ripe banana, dates, vanilla, rice malt syrup)
3. Add flavour (essential oils work great, as they are packed with flavour but don’t contain too much water. Spices and berries, or fruit compote work fantastically too).
4. Add some liquid to help the blend (nut milk, for example)
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Somethings I like to add to our pops include properly prepared oats (an overlooked and affordable superfood), pure essential oils (for all the flavour), herbal teas (like chamomile, catmint, mint, chai ect), coconut oil (but not too much, or they’ll go too hard), ripe banana and dates (instead of sweetener). You can easily play around with the ratio of ingredients, just avoid adding to much water as the ice cream won’t be creamy!


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