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Both correlated blood pressure levels with intake of spicy and salty dishes. Foods like chili that dial up the heat essentially change the way the brain interprets salt, or sodium, intake. Want to Avoid Salt? Turn Up the Spice.

TUESDAY, Oct. 31, 2017 If your taste buds lean toward spicy, you might be doing your heart a favor, new research suggests. Spicy foods may increase salt sensitivity, thereby dampening the desire to consume heart-harming salty food, researchers in. Both correlated blood pressure levels with intake of spicy and salty dishes.

Foods like chili that dial up the heat essentially change the way the brain interprets salt, or sodium, intake, explained Zhu. As spice consumption goes up, the result is a notably reduced craving for salt, according to his study. As spice consumption goes up, the result is a notably reduced craving for salt, according to his study. The World Health Organization (WHO) has identified salt reduction as the “key dietary target” in a push to cut the risk of dying from non-communicable illnesses by 2025. As spice consumption goes up, the result is a notably reduced craving for salt, according to his study.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has identified salt reduction as the “key dietary target” in a push to cut the risk of dying from non-communicable illnesses by 2025. Want to Avoid Salt? Turn Up the Spice. If your taste buds lean toward spicy, you might be doing your heart a favor, new research suggests.

Original Article: Want to Avoid Salt? Turn Up the Spice. About the Author.

Spicy foods may increase salt sensitivity, thereby dampening the desire to consume heart-harming salty food, researchers in China say. “High salt intake increases blood pressure and contributes to cardiovascular disease,” said study author Dr. Zhiming Zhu. “Thus, reducing salt intake is very important for health. You may increase your spicy tolerance and naturally lower your desire for salt. The participants in this study also had brain imaging scans of the area that responds to the taste of salt. As spice consumption goes up, the result is a notably reduced craving for salt, according to his study.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has identified salt reduction as the “key dietary target”. Want to Avoid Salt? Turn Up the Spice. TUESDAY, Oct. 31, 2017 (HealthDay News) If your taste buds lean toward spicy, you might be doing your heart a favor, new research suggests.

Spicy foods may increase salt sensitivity, thereby dampening the desire to consume heart-harming salty food, researchers in China say.

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You can reduce the amount of salt you consume by avoiding the use of table salt, using a natural salt substitute (such as tamari) both in cooking and on the table, and limiting salty meats, salty snack foods, and other processed foods containing salt as much as possible.

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Use of spices instead of salt (e.g., cinnamon, thyme, ginger, garlic, lemon) and commercial salt substitutes may improve the taste of some foods.

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Adding other flavorings such as onions, garlic, lemon juice, vinegar, black pepper, parsley, and other herbs to food may also help satisfy your taste for flavorful food without adding sodium.

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No salt should be added to food; very salty products such as miso and soy sauce are also best avoided.

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To make seasoning salt, mix the salt and herbs together well, then pour the mixture into a small, airtight container to keep on your kitchen counter or table.

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Salt on its own is very protective, but mix it with any kind of pepper – black, red or cayenne – and you get a much stronger mix.

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To flavor beans with an herb, such as sage or rosemary, begin cooking the beans with a small amount of coarse sea salt and enough water to cover by about 1 inch.

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So take the salt shaker off the table, and instead season foods with herbs and spices that contain little to no sodium (but lots of flavor).

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A pinch of sea salt will bring out the full flavor of each spice.

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You can find lite salt in the spice aisle in most grocery stores, and it’s pretty inexpensive.

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  • Love this video! The green juice is my favorite one I’ve always wanted to know how to make it without a juicer. My dad sometimes gets gout flare ups so I hope this will be a healthy option for him! Do you recommend organic for the fruits and vegetables in these recipes? Thank you so much!! ��

  • They look yummy! And looking so vibrant and pretty on the glass too, lol. I like to make jamu from turmeric, cinnamon, ginger and tamarind. It is said that helps with menstrual cramping, idk about that, but that surely tastes good and refreshing:) I would love to try them all, except the green juice one maybe, lol, not a fan of raw green. Thanks for another helpful and beautiful video as always Lisa♥

  • I was writing down the recipe for Italian Hot Chocolate, and I don’t remember seeing any salt added. If I was to include this step, when would I add it?

  • This was made a YEAR AGO. WHEN SOCIAL DISTANCING WASN’T A THING.

    Can I borrow your time machine to go back to a better time? Any other time than this?

  • I’ve never been keen on added salt and I can’t stand pepper. If I want to give savory foods a bit of a lift, I’ll add marjoram or rosemary or sage or thyme, occasionally even garlic or tarragon, but never pepper.

  • I like that you’re actually blending the ingredients instead of juicing them, we have a juicer at home but the majority of the veggies/fruits goes to waste so we don’t even use it and we use the blender instead.

  • A friend of mine once said, “I’m sorry I don’t play the game the way you want me to.” and I’ve never looked at my own behavior while playing the same since.

  • You spiking your stick out of salt is really relatable and it’s really cool that you make a video talking about this subject. I’ve split open my hand smashing my stick before and i’ve broken a lot of butons and a pad but i think the time that really got me thinking about my salt was when i bent the metal plate of my te2 that my mom got me for my birthday, it got me feeling really awful. Thankfully it’s just the plate i’ll fix the stick at some point but now i really try to stop playing when i feel that my frustration levels go up

  • May I please suggest you to bring anti inflammatory recipes that don’t have to much acids please.. c’mon.. some of us has done stomach problem.. and almost everything that you have there is with lemon ��

  • You’re helping out people that speak English and I could help out the big percentage of people that speak Spanish to help out to have a balanced things out.

  • Thank you for such quality content. I cannot wait to try some of these tomorrow! Will love some of the warmer options for when the weather starts to cool down. <3

  • Man this video was something else, the ending story was too good… I was hooked… It’s a small world man.. Loving these videos Brian ����

  • On my way to the kitchen to make the ginger shot! I can’t wait to try the other drinks as well. Thank you for this one Lisa ♥
    I would like to know what else I could do with the green juice pulp.

  • I always look forward to watching your videos. I think they all look great and I can’t wait to start making them. Thank you for showing it to us

  • Did this in an air fryer was kinda weird with out the oil but still not as bad as I thought it could of been.

    God I miss eating unhealthy foods.

  • What’s hilarious is I just watched this then went to justakid’s stream and he is literally insulting his opponent’s every move. Someone send him this video I can’t watch his salt �� he’s annoying

  • I use to also break my shit all the time back in my dota 2/fps phase, spent a good month fixing that. At this point in my life i get salty for all of about 5 seconds and then walk away. Its great knowing i dont need to buy headphones every other week

  • Or if you live near Burlington, Vermont you can just stop in to Champlain Chocolates on Pine Street and choose from their hot chocolate menu. My favorites are the ones where they melt chunks of their chocolate into milk, and then top with homemade marshmallows. Yum.

  • Outstanding video! So detailed and yet super simple to make. I want to make them all but I need to get some turmeric! Thanks so much for sharing.

  • I simply love them all and can’t wait to try them! I live in Brazil and it’s common to make smoothies with fruits and veggies and I loved all your combinations �� thank you so much for this video ��

  • Me on my period watching this ��

    I’m supposed to go to bed rn but I suddenly want some hot chocolate ��

    Edit: I just make myself a cup of hot chocolate ��

  • Since we only have packet hot chocolate I came up with a way to make it oh so much richer.
    I put the packet in the mug first, then fill the mug 2/3 with milk. Then, gently stir so as to get as much of the chocolate powder wet, then into the microwave for 2 minutes.
    Don’t leave it unattended, as microwaving this mixture as is will melt the wet chocolate powder and it’ll expand. Don’t want to let it overflow and lose all that melted chocolate goodness.
    After ths two minutes, or if it starts expanding, take out the mug. You’ll have a nice layer of melted chocolate on the top. Stir until the chocolate is dissolved and then back into the microwave should you want it hotter. Then, fill the rest of the mug with milk, stir in, and enjoy the best tasting packet hot chocolate you’ve ever had.

  • nailed it in the first minute. I expected to win.. from my own experience this is the root of it.
    I used to get very mad and frustrated with tekken online, i realised my thinking was fucked up.
    so before matches I started to say a little mantra, something like “I want this person to win the match”
    everyone probably has different issues that cause them to salt out, if you think back to how it started you can prevent it from happening next time.

  • All games bring out emotion. Fighting games bring out your worst emotions very often. As long as you recognize the problem and prioritize on solving that problem, you are heading in the right direction. LTG does not recognize his problem which is why he gets clowned on most of the time for his rage (tbh i dont even know if LTG rages most of the time on purpose or not).

    I have a good example of a family member that was horribly toxic to his opponents like LTG. They rarely improve with their bad mentality and when I used play against, or with them, they get toxic quick when I get close to winning. Recently, they have been improving their attitude which greatly affected their game play and win rate. There are still some problems but there is hope that their mentality turns out to be more positive.

    What I’m trying to say is that our mentality directly affects our ability to play so just stay as positive as possible and remember that it is okay to show emotion for a game that you are passionate about.

  • Hi I like your video I like your All recipe and your cookware. I made my new food channel plz subscribe and like and share. Thank you ��

  • Omg! Love the variety of your recipes ��
    Question? Are the beets cooked or not in your smoothie
    Thanks so much for the videos:))))

  • The salt is inevitable my friend. Whether its lag, cfn, game or 12 year old kid beating u with seth. Just deep breathe and make the peace with the game,feel sry for Cafefunk
    13:42 ty for that, says a lot about u
    16:24 lmfao
    P.S. Shame on you for destroying arcade stick that ur parents gave u 4 chrsitmas!!!

  • I enjoy the Ina Garten vibes I get from Babish regarding store bought vs homemade, but it doesn’t give me the same self-loathing that Garten is able to do.

  • People may think it’s dumb but… Seriously. Try watching Mr Rogers. I find it super therapeutic watching clips of him.

    Everyone feels the emotions, but you can practice how you act on those feelings.

  • As long as the game isn’t being stuttery and unresponsive, I’m gold. If I lose, I fucked up and I gotta learn. When it starts spiking to 10f, oooooo boy. Luckily never talked shit to people or broke anything, but my thighs have suffered a bit. Even the wins feel like a waste of time at that point.

  • Ginger, Cayenne Pepper, Lemon Juice, black pepper, all of these are impossible for me. Gastritis and Esophagitis keep me from drinking these things. Guess I am out of luck.

  • I hope your ingredients are available in the U.K like that elderberries package also where did you buy your cup? Do all the drinks taste nice?

  • Yes! Thank you so much for this! You inspired me right away, and I threw together a juice with what I already had at home, and I’m in love! I’m gonna get some fresh turmeric and try a few of these as presented. Thank you for all you do! Me and my family (RA sufferers) appreciate you. Hope you are well!

  • Just searched for this, obviously scrolled past it, then seeing all the delicious yummie foodsies and remembering the good times when you cooked this… You’re a damn good ‘chef’ 😉 Greetings from Belgium

  • Hey, i tried your recipe but I changed the dark chocolate to milk chocolate and oh boyy, it’s soooooooooo sweet and so ✨thiccccccc✨��

  • I think this is a great video. Great way to talk about healthy ways to deal with frustration. Pretending you are too “grown” to feel frustrated is flat out lying to yourself. Everyone gets frustrated. It will come out eventually. You gotta deal with it. How you deal with itthats the part separates maturity from immaturity. I’ve never broken a controller but I’ve wanted to! You gotta let it out somewhere somehow.

  • 2:43 What the hell is the problem with Americans misspelling and mispronouncing ‘Gandhi’ as ‘Ghandi’? Can’t you get a single name right?

  • Hi Lisa! I couldn’t help but notice that you sounded as though you took an actual shot of tequila or vodka when you did the ginger shot! Hilarious! But I love your ideas and hope to try them one day! You’re such an inspiration to get healthy!

  • I think I’m just happy watching this video because it’s a healthier, upfront, no BS kind of way to talk about a weakness most of us have. Thanks for this clip.

  • You need cinnamon and about 2 hot chili pepper flakes! You don’t really taste the chili it just adds a lovely differnt heat to your hot chocolate.

  • Hi Lisa, all these drink combos look great!
    I have an auto-imune skin condition, (itchy body rash) my dermatoligist adviced me not to take any immune boosters
    to prevent flare-ups and agrivate my skin condition. Since omiting most foods from
    the night shade family, I’ve noticed a bit of improvement. My question is, which of these drinks can you sugest that
    may be benificial for me?
    Thank you.

  • One explanation I heard was that black pepper intensifies other flavors without using an overwhelmingly distinct flavor of its own. I.e., your mashed potatoes taste a bit more flavorful, but they don’t “taste like pepper.” Contrast curry, cayenne, sage,etc.

  • A poor man’s hot chocolate I nailed being a ski bum in Banff on the lowest income you could imagine, is to heat up both milk and 36% cream (whipping cream) to equal portions, milk chocolate chips, maybe a little extra cocoa or hot chocolate powder, and then after it’s all melted, a pinch of kosher salt and top it with whip cream, it is delechits

  • I think this video touched on something I’d been feeling in my own streaming. I am/was (I don’t know anymore) like James Chen but more often silent about it. I feel empathy for that kind of salt and that kind of stream too. I’m glad you touched on this topic today.

  • I get very irrational. I start to believe the devs are going out of their way to screw me over when I lose multiple matches in a row and/or keep getting matched with the same guy.

  • LISA!! This are wonderful! Thank you so much for sharing these. I used to juice but haven’t for quite a well after it broke. I’ve done just a bit of blending so these recipes will really help me get back to getting some healthy substances back into my body!

  • i live in the netherlsnds and i have no clue on where to buy a block of cheddar, we have packets of 8 slices of “cheddar” but it just isnt the same for me

  • Your wrong….im going to give u a history lesson from your own history…most of the food Europeans ate was rotten or spoiled because you guys had not figured out ice preserves food. Yall only had salt and pepper at your disposal and its in yall genes now. You cant use what u never had and thats why white people only use salt and pepper

  • This is honestly the hardest thing I’ve had to keep in check since I started streaming again. But my secret is instead of calling them bad, I try to say “I’ll body them next time.” That’s it. No questioning their actions. No questioning my decisions. Just declare to do better against them, and that’s it.

    But for real, content like this is why you and Super Eyepatch Wolf are like, my two favorite Youtubers now.

  • That was pretty awesome!!!!
    This channel should deserve more subscribers and likes cuz they would have worked very hard for that awesome thing.
    who agrees me!

  • You couldn’t have said pepper AND?
    I can’t say no to pepper. But hell ya I’d like more spices in my daily meals.
    I already use a lot of cayenne.

  • I love these recipes!!! I love your white sauce pan and the glass you poured the blueberry smoothie in…where can I get them from?

  • These are the perfect videos to help loose weight, this and chole tings ab workout will work the dream love your videos! Keep it up:D!

  • I kinda feel like THIS dude is anti white. Good luck in the war. AND that’s watching alot of his vids. Throw YOUR race under the bus bud FOR views. Got ya

  • I just made this and everything is wonderful. The only thing I wanna say is that the chips take way longer for you make than you think. Overall totally worth it.

  • Totally awesome.
    And it makes far more sense to me than the “pandemic” does.
    Sorry, if i “offended” 100’s of millions of people.
    Have a nice day.
    And seriously. That is AWESOME.

  • Thank you Lisa! Such delicious recipes �� These smoothie/juice recipes seem to make a lot, would you drink all of what it makes, or can the leftover be kept in the refrigerator for the next day?

  • I just l laugh it off now and I’ll think of what went wrong and address it. Getting mad and upset n fighting games and many, many other games included isn’t worth it. When a player starts to lose focus, patience, and etc from the rage. The gameplay goes down and we know and see it, making the salt that much more extreme. But I still do get salty sometimes, no denying that.

  • 4:58 you’re allowed to season your food bro relax �� I mean I don’t understand the pain of bland food since I’m Turkish, but didn’t realise you lot weren’t allowed to use anything other than pepper ��

  • I once broke a Brian_F 19 game win streak with my birdie but ended up losing the set. the next day i checked out the stream and the things he said about me were not too nice. I felt like crap at first,didn’t play for a few days stopped watching Brian_F on you tube but later it gave me motivation to get better and to take the things he said about my play more as constructive criticism. Oh and clearly im back on watching Brian_F on YouTube lol

  • My salt is almost always directed at myself, which is like a weird sort of unhealthy. I recently adopted the “Do push-ups if I lose” approach, though, and it really helps. It just makes it much more fun, and it feels like I’m doing something to improve myself whether I win or lose.

  • I like many other spices but I think we made the correct choice with pepper being the staple beside salt. I put it in/on pretty much everything. But what I want to know is why it is so expensive compared to salt.

  • It actually makes me feel better that other people react as I do but even way more extreme like I get upset about my own self but I’ve never f**** smashed anything at least not since I was 15

  • boy i got stories for you from Sf4 not so much SFxt injustice to umvc3 which most salt from saying am trash gay so on even from a good tournament phoenix wright player said i was getting better next time we had a set i won 3 he won 47 more teabag me at the end fine got salt accept it said gg told me to drop the game chill lol it online not a tournament it got to be lot more then to make me quit good luck with that anyways i change even i don,t rage on other people myself i have on salt level but james level am too chill not sayian mode enough outside of fightings yes when i was kid rage on sega i am shocked it work i had smack it console or controller omg it was bad i broke my sega game gear that was mistake feelbadman lol.

  • Hearing this from a competitor is so great. I always assumed that salt is something I had to get rid of completely to get to a high level.

    But from this I can tell that it’s not about not getting salty, it’s about managing your salt in a healthy manner.

  • they all look delicious but drinking your fruits and sweet veggies just adds too much sugar to your bloodstream. And that is not good. Just a thought.

  • Much respect. A lot of people can’t own their salt. Skillful dodge ( yet acknowledgement ) of the undisputed king of immature salt ������

  • I knew I could trust you when I saw your mugs aren’t just basic bitch mugs. The class displayed on this channel deserves dishes that match….. hmm challenge accepted lol

  • 6’4 Gief IRL made me laugh out loud hard. You’re a real dude. So glad to see this cause I have been in the salt mines while exploring the cast to learn other characters and losing horribly. I’ve dispensed nearly every flavor of salt including controller spikes. But I’ve also apologized for my tyraids ri my friends and it’s the greatest feeling when they forgive you for it and sympathize/empathize with you.

    Great vid from a great guy.
    #RogMain

  • Definitely a good idea to make your own nachos. I’ve had nachos from Eddie Rockets that we’re practically liquid because they were swimming in cheese. It wasn’t fun at all.

  • lol i love cheese but holy god t he sheer amount of cheese. also.. roux in nachos.. who knew.
    Also im a nacho nut but ive been doing it WRONG

  • I was playing Bloodborne and I ended up getting furious after dying at the same spot. I ended up punching the ground and the bone in my pinky snapped clean in half. Wore a cast for the next 6 weeks. Keep your cool while gaming kids, it’s not worth it.

  • Damn Brian that was a really moving story you told near the end of the vid. I mean seriously, how many people would willingly apologize to someone after they’ve wrong them in this day and age? People these days think that apologizing to someone after you’ve wronged them is a sign of weakness but I personally im glad that you stepped up to the plate, owned up to your mistake and did the right thing. I cant give you enough props for that Brian, well played. ������

  • These look delicious! Can I do any of them in my juicer? I just bought a good quality juicer but my blender is not too great. Love your channel!

  • I was beginning to think that this video was a scam made by an imposter until finally, on the very last recipe, there it was: the tell-tale drip on the counter! A sure sign it’s really our downshifting, smoothie-dripping Lisa! ��

  • Tip for getting your honey off your measuring spoon: Dab your measuring spoon with a bit of olive oil to grease it a bit and the honey will slide off with ease allowing you to get all your honey.

    One of my favorite health drinks is great for low iron, achy muscles and period cramps. I take a large glass of raw milk and add 1-3 tablespoons of brewer’s yeast with about a tablespoon of organic unsulphered black strap molasses. It’s an acquired taste. A friend introduced me to this and I now love it! She also told me that women that are giving labor will drink a ton of raw milk to ease labor pains. There is something naturally in raw milk for the calves that help with growing pains

  • Brian is a better person than i am, if i was in his shoes and a ken player (cause ken is the one i hate) i called trash sayd he feel bad in my chat i would bully in even more lol.

  • I really cannot eat peppered food at all. Even the most delicious food, if there’s even a slight amount of pepper in it, I can’t eat it. LET US SAY ANYTHING BUT PEPPER!

  • I believe the idea that pepper was used to cover spoiled meat has been debunked, that more likely it was used by warm climate cultures more like a preservative, in those climates because foods spoil faster in warmer climates

  • I’m from Delhiwe do have pepper in the house but we hardly ever use it. Salt & pepper combination is used this religiously only in western cuisine, I guess.

  • Joshua: one chili pepper
    Me: oh yeh the real chili’s like 10x spicier than the powder
    Also me: dumps 2 tablespoons of chili powder
    Me after: washing mouth with soap

  • Knowing that you’re actually trash at the game kinda helps a bit tbh. I don’t mean this in an insulting way, not calling anyone out or trying to insult anyone or anything, it’s just, if you know you’re not good at the game and go into a match not expecting much, it numbs the loss quite a bit. That’s how I get through most matches in fighting games (because I legit suck at most fighting games), especially my SFV matches, because legit, I only consistently win with Poison because that girl carries me on her shoulders like a champ

  • Fighting games are the only games to get me mad, and only online. I lost an Xbox 360 microphone by spiking it into the ground, snapping it clean in half after a salty SFIV match. My point is, America get your shit together so I can play marvel 3 offline again

  • It’s supposed to be a reminder of how the whites “salt” and blacks “pepper” shouldn’t be mixed until a higher power moves the two together.

    Idk wtf I’m saying

  • I drink 2 shots of jamu daily. I also drink 2 shots of carrot and apple juice and beet and cucumber juice. I am going to try the elderberry tea. I will probably drink it cold. By the way, I love your videos. Thank you.

  • 02:36 Just FYI, Salt march wasn’t a war for salt but a nonviolent protest as an act of disobedience against British salt monopoly in colonial India.

  • I started watching your channel recently and I absolutely love it! I am trying to eat healthy and your recipes are exceptional. I made the zucchini lasagna and my husband loves it. I shared it with my friend and she loved it also. I love the adobó shrimp over brown rice has to be my favorite right now! Thank you so much for all you are doing to help so many including me.❤️

  • If you were never salty, you are either not a fighting game player or not human. Just like if you’ve never tilted, you are not a poker player or human.

  • Thank you for this video! I just bought today some ginger shoots and was thinking I needed to learn how to make one because they are so expensive!

  • Did you know that the Dutch have a saying: Peperduur Wich means as expensive as pepper. This saying comes from the spice trade and the inflation of pepper,
    the more you know

  • The quality of these discussions are very high for them just being clips from your stream. I play smash ultimate competitively but youre one of my favorite FGC content creators because of the depth of thought in these videos, keep up the good work!

  • I made the easy 1 serving hot chocolate and it was very good although i did add more brown sugar because I like mine sweeter. Also, I did make the Italian hot chocolate but I made many altercations that probabaly impacted the final outcome, but it was good.

  • hey if anyone else like me looks up “Greyskarr” on yt, be careful when clicking their channel “Greyskarr V” because for some reason they uploaded someone obviously not them having a mental breakdown & attempting to cut their wrist on camera

  • I get really salty and slam sticks all the time. Haven’t broken any permanently but definitely had to perform maintenance on them because of them. I feel like absolute dog shit afterwards, having the exact same what’s wrong with me conversation afterwards. It’s made me consider quitting the game numerous times. It’s good to know that other people have struggled with this and makes me feel like less of a freak as I work through this.

  • instant is fine so long as its not the dirt cheap stuff, get the cadburys (or any that actually use milk), take a couple of your fave bits of chocolate and chop it up drop it and ummm, quick easy hot coco

  • Not since Discovering Game Grumps, 7 years ago, have I wanted to befriend a YouTuber so god damn badly. I just got your book in the mail TODAY! Super stoked to try some new shit!

  • At 5:52 you dump the whole 8oz into your hot roux. I did this and ended up with some grainy ass cheese sauce. If you’re going make this queso, make your roux, add your cold milk, then remove from the heat where you SLOWLY add your 8oz of the shredded cheese to avoid the grainy texture.

  • Here in Morocco, we use ALL spices, not just salt and pepper. That’s why our food us heavenly. Sorry not sorry it’s a fact.����✌��

  • I usually go for mexican or peppermint. very aromatic and full flavored drinks.
    you could make a brown sugar simple syrup with roasted cinnamon, chilies and vanilla ahead of time. then you just need to melt some dark chocolate and milk whenever you want your spicy coco. and you can add it to coffee or make a mexican old fashioned.

  • Where did you get the Mexican hot chocolate recipe from my dude, because I have never and I mean never seen anybody make hot chocolate like that in all my years of hanging with my grandma in Mexico.

  • তোমার চ্যানেল টা আমি সাবস্ক্রাইব করে দিয়েছি। আমার চ্যানেল টিকে সাবস্ক্রাইব করে দিন। সাবস্ক্রাইব করে দিন কারণ আমি আপনার চ্যানেল টি সাবস্ক্রাইব করেছি।

  • What brand of coconut water do you suggest to be the most nutritious? Also, Costco carries organic lemon juice in a 2 pack glass bottles…could you use this instead of fresh lemons and would it be as nutrient rich? Thanks so much for all of your wonderful videos…they are so helpful and all tastes delicious ��

  • Your amazing. I think I could really benefit from these drinks. I want to give it a try. I’ve recently (3 mos) have changed my eating habits which has helped tremendously with Rheumatoid arthritis. I’m so tired of being set back by RA. I’m heading I. The right direction. Thank you ❤️����

  • how to make australian hot chocolate:

    9 ladles of milo mix

    1 tea spoon of milk

    drink boiling water

    mix in stomach

    serve in toilet

  • When I was in high school, if I had to wake up super early and it was cold out, I’d make hot chocolate with water and powder. For me, using milk dilutes the chocolate flavor. I would use equal parts water and powder, and it would be like hot chocolate pudding.