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24-year old Harnaam Kaur was born with polycystic ovary syndrome, a hormonal disorder that causes a woman to have more male hormones than female ones. She started growing beards at age 11. She was bullied as a child because of her facial hair and at one point attempted to take her life. But at 16, she decided enough was enough and embraced herself, imperfection and all. Most people find her confidence inspiring while others want her to go buy some shaving cream or get some laser. She is beautiful though. She recently did a wedding photoshoot that's got the internet buzzing
Tuesday, June 30, 2015
When you make $300million a year - you can buy any bladdy thing you like. TMZ reports..
How do you upgrade from a $3.8 million Ferrari?? Easy ... you get a $4.8million super car to take it's place ... at least, that's what Floyd Mayweather's planning to do ... TMZ Sports has learned. Sources close to the boxer tell us ... he's this close to closing the deal on an ultra-rare sports car called a Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita ... one of only THREE of it's kind in the entire world.
The car is lightning fast ... 0-60 in 2.9 seconds ... and tops out at 250 miles per hour!
Our sources tell us Floyd has had his eye on the car for a while -- but now, he's finally pulling the trigger ... and we're told his car guy Obi Okeke at Fusion Luxury Motors has already imported it to his L.A. showroom specifically for Mayweather.
Don't be surprised if he's rolling around town in the car by the 4th of July.
Kris Jenner wore hers to the Balmain menswear spring 2016 show in Paris over the weekend while Justin Bieber wore his to the 2015 MET gala. Who rocked it better?
Monday, June 29, 2015
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Devoted couple: George Pitman, 77, pictured with his wife Pat,77, died of a broken heart within hours of his spouse
One question I get asked a lot is how to keep leafy greens fresh in the refrigerator for a whole week.
After years of eating a TON of greens (I sometimes buy about 8 bunches at a time), I have learned a few tricks for keeping leafy greens fresh for as long as possible.
As soon as I come home after buying greens, I place them into plastic tubs lined with thin reusable napkins. I reuse the 1 pound tubs that baby spinach or mixed greens come in. You can also buy produce tubs at kitchen and home stores.
I do not pre-wash leafy greens. I usually cut the ends of the stems off, usually just above or below where the twist tie bundles them together. When placing them in the refrigerator, I always make sure the stem-side faces the back of the fridge. Delicate greens may freeze if the leafy tips are up against the back of the fridge where it is coldest.
Never store greens in produce bags as they will rapidly wilt, yellow and get slimy.
Storage times for greens may vary. If you buy them really fresh, they'll last longer than if you buy them when they are just starting to wilt.
Kale and collards: May keep for up to a week or more.
Dandelion greens and most lettuces: Generally last about 3-5 days if kept relatively dry. Chard:May last up to 4-5 days.Baby spinach and mixed greens: May last 3-4 days depending on their freshness and moisture level.
When buying leafy greens that come in a plastic tub, avoid any that look wet or saturated, or where yellowing has started. By the way, you can put plastic tubs of pre-washed baby spinach or baby kale directly into the freezer for even longer storage. You do not need to blanch the greens or even open the tub.
These tips helped us cut down on trips to the grocery store. Greens never go bad on me, even when I buy 8 or more bunches at a time. My biggest challenge with greens now is fitting them all in the refrigerator after I've gotten them home!