Crispy Gluten Free Hash Brown Recipe Better Than Store Bought (Vegan)

Salisha Peters

Who doesn't like crispy hash browns!? We created this recipe just in time for mother's day this year. These has browns make a wonderful breakfast or a quick snack between meals. They are gluten-free and can be made vegan with a couple of simple steps.

Healthy and delicious.

No preservatives or artificial ingredients



You can even take these to work or wherever you go. Just wrap them up and keep in a tight tupper ware container. Serve with a bit of honey, ketchup, hummus, avocado dip or sour cream. It's truly up to you!
You can also chop any vegetable and add it to the batter, the more the merrier and healthier. Let's make these bad boys.

(Add meat, cheese, tofu, vegetables to make these unique to your taste or diet needs)

How to make hash browns gluten free


2 medium-sized potatoes, peeled and grated

1/4 cup gluten-free flour

1 small carrot, grated [OR broccoli, spinach, peppers, etc.]

1/2 tsp salt

1 tsp curry powder

1/2 tsp turmeric

1 egg yolk [ OR keep it vegan with a flax egg: 1tsp flax and 2 tsp water]

1/4 or more Olive oil for frying 

1/4 cup nut milk

4 tbs Cheese of your choice, grated [vegan cheese works too]


1. Peel and use a cheese grater or processor to grate potatoes.

2. Rinse with cold water and squeeze the potatoes until it's as dry as possible. 

3. Add to a large bowl and add all other ingredients.

4. Mix well until it resembles chunky pancake batter if it's stiff add more nut milk.

5. Heat oil on medium heat.

6. Spoon one large spoon of batter into the oil, gently flatten with the back of a spoon. 

7. Fry on both sides for about 2 mins each. 

Serve hot or freeze for up to 10 days. 



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Make Hand Sanitizer For Only $2 Dollars

Salisha Peters

In this crazy time of the coronavirus, we all want to protect ourselves from getting sick. However, you don't need to fight at the drugstore or supermarket for hand sanitizer or toilet paper. Let's keep our wits.

The most important thing to remember is to stay calm. Getting upset and scared will not help your situation, it actually will make it worse. 

Do the best you can to prepare to be sick, you are not preparing for the world to end, remember it most likely won't! Humanity is resilient and so are you, we will all be alright. 

Homemade hand sanitizer

Ok so for the hand sanitizer it's truly the simplest recipe!

Mix 4 oz aloe vera gel with 4 oz rubbing alcohol.

Add 10 drops of tea tree oil and mix well.

All you need is a small plastic bottle to keep it in. Take some with you in your purse or pocket too. 

That's it! So why are you buying sanitizer? Make a large batch and share it with family and friends. 

Keep safe and calm!



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My winter indoor garden

Salisha Peters

My indoor garden! Follow us on YouTube here.

If you haven't checked out my posts this winter you may have missed my winter gardening posts. We have lots of tomatoes, parsley, radishes and just started planting some of our summer seeds for outside once spring hits!
So far the tomatoes are doing so well, we have dozens of tomatoes on the vines and have been harvesting radishes and lots of fresh parsley all winter!

Using a grow light we successfully grew some of our favourite veggies and will be growing more next winter.  


Come back in a couple days to seehiw the garden progresses and to keep track of how much the plants are growing.

Plus I also post aboutmy favorite Reality TV shows and some Beauty videos as well. Be surr to subscribe! 


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Portablello Mushroom Chicken Curry

Salisha Peters

Chicken Mushroom Curry

To create this delicious, nutritious meal you don't need the whole kitchen skin! 

It only requires a few ingredients you probably already have in your fridge. 

Again you won't find me posting exact recipes all the time, it's more for inspiration. 

So here goes. 4 servings 


6 Drum sticks

4 tbs olive oil

1/2 tsp Curry powder

1/2 large onion, chopped

1 to 2 large portablello mushrooms, chopped

6 cups water

Salt and pepper

1/4 tsp dried thyme and oregano


1. Add oil to large pot on medium heat, add onion, curry and dried herbs.

2. Cook for a few minutes, add mushrooms, chicken, cook for about 4 minutes. 2 minutes on each side.

3. Add water, simmer for about 35 minutes stirring every 10 minutes. 

4. Reduce until it's a thick gravy and chicken is fully cooked and falling off the bones.

Serve with rice, potatoes or any other side. 







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Easy Gluten Free Healthy Zucchini Fries

Salisha Peters

Gluten free zucchini fries

I have made made these zucchini fries a few times over the months and I like them more and more every time I make them. They are crispy, light and flaky. I have them as a quick brunch when I want to start my day off right. It only requires a few ingredients and will be a fabulous side to any meal. 

Zucchini fries recipe


1 large zucchini, peeled and sliced or use a fry cutter for perfect fries. 

1/4 cup rice flour 

1/4 cup potato starch or tapioca starch

4 tbs cup coconut oil, plus 1/2 cup olive oil for frying

1/4 tsp. Each Salt, pepper, oregano, garlic powder


1. Mix flour, starch, salt, pepper, garlic powder in a large bowl.

2.  Cut and rinse zucchini in cold water.

3. Put oil into a deep pot on medium to high heat.

4. Coat the zucchini fries in the flour mixture.

5. Dust off the excess flour.

6. Fry on medium-high heat until golden.

7. Sprinkle with a little salt



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Confetti Basmati Rice Stirfry

Salisha Peters

I love stir fries! Yes, I make a different stir fry at least once per week, always with a different assortment of fresh vegetables. The main ingredients needed are gluten free soy sauce, chopped veggies and cooked rice and meat. Its just about assembling it in the pan.

Using a large frying pan or wok, add olive oil and chopped veggies and cook for 7 to 10 minutes on med to low heat until veggies are soft. Add meat and more oil if needed. Cook for a couple minutes, add soy sauce, rice and 1 large egg if wanted. Cook until hot and steamy, stirring often!

Stirfry recipe easy to make

Here I used purple cabbage, broccoli, peppers, turkey dogs, and spinach and 1 cup cooked rice. 

The possibilities are endless!

Enjoy with some Simply Pure blooming tea 


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Is Distilled Water Your Answer To Better Health?

Salisha Peters

Benefits of Distilled Water

 What Is Distilled Water?

Distilled water is any water that has been filtered utilizing distillation. There are numerous kinds of distillation, yet all of them rely upon isolating parts of a mixture from the different boiling points.

More or less, water is heated to its boiling point. The water is purified by boiling the water and gathering the steam. Chemicals found in the water that boils at low temperature are gathered and disposed of. Likewise, any substances that remain after the water has evaporated, they are also disposed of. The water that is collected in this way has is much cleaner than the first liquid. The distillation process expels most polluting contaminants, so it is a reasonable method for water treatment.

Water distillation dates back to the generation of Aristotle.

It has been utilized to desalinate ocean water since no less than 200 AD, as laid out by Alexander of Aphrodisias. In drinking water, one thing one must consider is distilling the water twice (double distilled) to guarantee high purity.

Find your water distillers here

1. Removing Contaminants

Elimination of water borne contaminants that may be found in drinking water. Drinking contaminated water is one of the fastest ways to spread disease, toxic metals and industrial pollutants cannot be removed by simple water filtration alone.

By removing the contaminants from water through distillation, you can help alleviate the risk of future illnesses and toxic buildup.

2. Elimination of Chemicals

The most common problem with drinking municipal water is that chlorine and/or fluoride that are added as part of the water treatment process. The addition of fluoride is a huge can of worms alone and perhaps one of the greatest controversial issue perpetrated in modern times. Among a host of other problems, too much fluoride in your drinking water can have adverse effects such as tooth discoloration and breakdown of tooth enamel. Chlorine can be harmful to your skin in undiluted amounts, it can also be harmful to your body in the diluted amounts of city water.

Distilled water has filtered out all these chemicals as well as others to make what is called pure water.

3. No Additives

Many municipal water supplies also contain calcium. While calcium is essential to maintaining good health, too much calcium can be a precursor to kidney stone formation. For some people, kidney stones can be a constant and painful problem and drinking distilled water can reduce the risk of developing more kidney stones. And, if you just prefer to be in complete control of how you receive your vitamins and minerals, there is no substitute for distilled water.

Find your water distillers here


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How 40 Pushups Can Save Your Life

salisha peters

A study from Harvard's School of Public Health revealed that middle-aged men who can complete more than 40 pushups have a significantly lower risk of cardiovascular disease compared with men who can do less than 10.

 40 pushups for heart health

Considering heart disease is the leading cause of death worldwide, and pushups are a simple, free activity that anyone can learn to do, this is information well worth acting on. Pushups themselves, despite their seeming simplicity, are incredibly beneficial. However, it's likely not that pushups are a panacea for your heart but, rather, serve as an indicator of your overall fitness level.

  • Men who were able to complete more than 40 pushups had a 96 percent reduced risk of cardiovascular events compared to those who could do less than 10
  • Men who could complete between 21 and 30 pushups had only 25 percent of the heart problems compared to the 10 and under group
  • The number of pushups you can complete appears to be an accurate way to gauge your heart health and fitness level
  • By building your muscular strength, pushups help you ward off cardiometabolic risks, and a higher level of muscular strength is linked to a lower risk of cancer mortality, metabolic syndrome and age-related weight and fat gain
  • It’s possible to modify pushups to suit any workout level, from beginner to advanced

Help your body workout better. Try our energy boosting spray before your pushups.Energy Boost Energy Spray


Adam Bornstein, author and CEO of Born Fitness, uses this method to improve your routine:

  • Week 1 (two workouts) — Do 10 sets of eight reps and rest for two minutes between sets. If you aren't able to perform eight pushups, rest accordingly.
  • Week 2 (two workouts) — Do eight sets of 10 reps and allot a minute of rest between sets.
  • Week 3 (two workouts) — Do six sets of 15 reps and allot a minute of rest between sets.
  • Week 4 (two workouts) — Do four sets of 20 reps and allot two minutes of rest between sets.

Ok, so let's start today!

Tag me on Instagram at #40pushupsnow with your pushup routine! I'll offer 10% off your order in store when you tag me on Instagram with your pushup routine. 

Have fun,


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    *Breaking NEWS* HPV Has NOW Been CURED!

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    Times Now Digital 

    New Delhi: In a significant breakthrough, a researcher from the National Polytechnic Institute (IPN) reportedly claimed to have found a complete cure for human papillomavirus (HPV), which may help prevent the spread of cervical cancer among women. Eva Ramon Gallegos, a Mexican scientist was able to completely eliminate the virus in 29 patients infected with HPV.

    According to the report, the team of researchers led by Dr Gallegos treated the women using non-invasive photodynamic therapy (PDT). As per the National Cancer Institute, photodynamic therapy is a treatment that involves using a drug, called a photosensitizer or photosensitizing agent, and a particular type of light to treat different areas of the body. 

    (Dr Eva Ramon Gallegos (middle) with her team. Image courtesy: National Polytechnic Institute)

    Reportedly, Gallegos has been studying the effects of photodynamic therapy for two decades to help tackle different types of tumours such as breast and melanoma cancer. Gallegos, who specialises in the study of photodynamic therapy, treated 420 patients in Oaxaca and Veracruz, as well as 29 women in Mexico, using the technique.

    The results were promising as the researchers found that the photodynamic therapy was able to eradicate the virus in 100% of the those who were HPV carriers without any premalignant lesions of cervical cancer, 64.3% in women with both HPV and lesions, and 57.2% in patients who had lesions without the HPV infection. 

    What’s remarkable about this research is that this therapy doesn’t have any collateral damage to the human body, meaning it has no side effects.

    “Unlike other treatments, it only eliminates damaged cells and does not affect healthy structures. Therefore, it has great potential to decrease the death rate from cervical cancer,” she explained, as per a Radio Guama report.

    Human papillomavirus is widespread all over the world. There are more than 100 variants of HPV, of which at least 14 can cause cervical cancer - which is quickly becoming a leading cause for death among women cancer patients worldwide. With an estimated 570,000 new cases every year, representing 6.6% of all female cancers, cervical cancer is the fourth most frequent cancer in women, says the World Health Organisation (WHO).

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