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Indian pantry basics from a pro: From cumin to coriander, here are the cooking essentials you'll need



Consider this your definitive guide to prepping your pantry for all the dal, curries, roti and rice to come!


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Growing up in the ancient city of Kashi in India I have always been close to three things, sunshine, sweets and spices; throughout the subcontinent these three come in large quantities and with a lot of variety. I think one comes to appreciate these in different stages in life, sweets when you are young, spices when you are an adult and sunshine in your golden years. I was not introduced to spices per se, but rather was born into — as with most children there. My mother was the most influential person when it came to doing my 'master's' in learning to cook. 


I had the privilege of growing up in a house with a veranda, where during the day the sun would shine heavily for a few hours. Here my mother would conduct all sorts of business, from sun drying chilies and tomatoes to kasuri methi leaves. After the hot midday sun had parted, they would be brought back inside for further drying. In the evening we would first hear the cracking and popping from the kitchen and then the aroma of different medleys would fill the air — followed by her calling to us "quick finish your homework, food is ready!".


In Canada we don't live in homes with verandas nor do I match the patience that my mother possessed. Teaching Indian cooking classes for nearly a decade, I run into the same questions and concerns year after year, about the spices new cooks really need, and how to use them. The following fundamentals will help you get started, and hopefully bring your creative and adventurous side out. 


The most important dry spices to keep in your pantry


Note: The dried spices you will need in the pantry will depend on the cultural background of the dishes you intend to make. 


Cumin seeds – An essential seasoning in Indian cuisine and used throughout the regions, adding both aroma and flavour to recipes.


Coriander seeds – This is probably the most ubiquitous spice in the Indian spice rack. To keep a curry simple yet flavourful, mix powdered seeds of coriander along with cumin seed powder. 


Turmeric (powder) – This bright yellow powder is a must in Indian cooking. It not only adds the desired colour but also has many health benefits. 


Chili (whole or powder) – What makes Indian cuisine hot and spicy is a pinch of chili pepper. Toss dried whole chili in hot oil or cook them with the liquid in a curry. Try adding a small amount and then increase its amount as per the taste buds of you and your family. 


Bay leaves (whole) – An aromatic leaf with long shelf life, this is one of the most commonly used spices in North Indian cooking. Whether you want to prepare a vegetarian or meat dish, just take a few of these from your jar and toss them in and see how the aroma and flavour of your dish improves. Easy to store and easy to use. 


Green cardamom (whole) – An immensely popular spice with highly aromatic seeds, this is the queen of spices in authentic Indian cooking. 


Cinnamon sticks (whole) – When you are ready to use them, you can crush about an inch of one cinnamon stick, add it to any dish and see the difference.


Cloves (whole) – Cloves blend very well with cardamom and cinnamon, so use these spices together and take your dishes to new heights. 


Black pepper (whole and ground) – Full of health benefits is used almost every day in Indian cooking. Add a small amount to any of your dishes for both essential flavour and that extra little heat.


Main pulses to keep in your cupboard


Note: Growing up in India, one thing I know is that daal (or dal) is prepared in one form or another in every Indian home. Since the shelf life of pulses or lentils, used to prepare daal is quite long, so buy in bulk quantities and store in a dry and cool place. 


Green – The most commonly used daal is green Moong daal which is not only easy to store but also easy to find in most supermarkets.


Red – The red lentil is actually more orange in colour and is called Masoor daal. Extremely popular, and can be cooked along with other pulses like Moong and Arhar, or on its own. 


Yellow – Again, a very popular lentil, you'll find these as yellow split pigeon peas, or Toor or Arhar Dal in India. 


Main grains to keep in your cupboard


White, wheat or multigrain flour – Necessary to make roti, chapati or naan whichever you like to eat with your favourite curry. Store as you would any flour, in a dark and dry place.  


Basmati rice – What goes well with any Indian curry whether a vegetarian or meat dish? Basmati rice. This is a must have in the cabinet, and is matchless in its aroma and flavour.


Alternatives: quinoa, couscous, almond/oat/buckwheat flour – Both roti and chapati are great made with alternative flours, including gluten-free varieties. Gluten-free quinoa is a perfect alternative for rice. It has the binding capacity of rice, relatively neutral in flavour, and can add a nice crunchiness. Couscous is another great alternative to rice that has a different texture but provides a perfect substitute for rice when making pulao and/or biriyani.


Main herbs to keep in your fridge


Note: Indian cuisine relies heavily on herbs as well as spices for flavour and aroma. It is always a good idea to keep the essentials in the fridge in small amounts. Some herbs are used to make a variety of side dishes, condiments and chutneys, and they are best when they are made with the freshest of ingredients. 


Cilantro – These green leaves are a must for fresh condiments, daal and many vegetarian dishes, adding extra flavour and a lovely aroma. 


Mint – Often added to condiments and to raita (yogurt dips).


Curry leaves (fresh or dried) – Highly aromatic curry leaves can be added to many dishes. These are at their best when used fresh but you can dry them and store them in a container for long shelf life. 


Main utensils to prepare Indian cuisine


Note: Many of these are not required, but nice to have.


Cast iron skillet – Known as a tawa, this is a must for making roti.


Medium-sized wok – A thick bottomed, 4-6 inch diameter base wok comes in very handy when you are frying different vegetables, meat or even preparing daal.

Mortar and pestle – Best for crushing spices at the time of making a dish, to get a fresh aroma and flavour each time.

Mini-pan – A small, shallow pan, 3-4 inches in diameter, is perfect for warming up small amounts of ghee or oil, to fry cumin or mustard seeds before proceeding with recipes.

Top tips for making most common curries

1. Always cook from whole spices that are stored in airtight containers, and grind them just before you prepare your curry dish. This ensures a fresh aroma every time.

2. Make sure you fry your spices in oil or ghee on low to medium heat for a few minutes, to bring out the aroma and flavour.

3. Always remember that cooking is an art and a science, it takes some experimentation to get it right. Be adventurous and have fun with it. 


Dr. Nandita Selvanathan is a biological research scientist whose work has taken her throughout India, Europe and the United Kingdom. She has been teaching Indian Cuisine, including heart healthy, vegan, gluten-free cuisines, mixing taste and nutrition, for the last several years. Her work has been featured in the Winnipeg Free Press, and she has appeared on CBC Radio, CJOB, 95.9 FM CKUW, UM FM as well as on CTV. For further information about her classes and workshops, please visit her website www.learnwithnancy.com.

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Yingmei Zhang 949 Montreal Rd,

Tel: 613-710-0379

Email: yingmei@ymmassage.com

Website: www.ymmassage.com

This month was good. 3 different ma's. All totally different experiences.

1. Laurina on bank. 8626 on Kijiji. The pics on Kijiji are her. She doesn't post regularly. First of all she gives without a doubt the best RMT massage. I go to 2 rmts outside of the stress relief arena and she is excellent. Her glute specialty is excellent. The price is $80 for 1 hr. Plus$40 for hand release. Massage alone is worth that. Hand finish only, however, again without hesitation I'd rate her as one on the best. She don't or didn't offer nude. But it doesn't matter here. Repeat...for sure.

days ago - 858 Bank St, Ottawa, ON K1S 3W3, Canada(View Map) ... only see limited number of clients per day so book early at 613-265-8626 Thank you.

https://www.latropiqua.ca/meet-la-tropiquas-rejuvenation-specialists Your mobile spa oasis(613)695-2256info@latropiqua.ca

(❁´◡`❁)Location : Lees avenue and Main St .

(❁´◡`❁)Rate :$40 for 30 mins

$60 for 45 mins

$70.for one hour

(❁´◡`❁Please text or call at 613-882-2756for book appointment .Only by appointment. Available time is 10am-6:30pm. Accepet last appointment around 530-6pm. Available day is : Monday -Saturday.

819-230-8886 sara


Sara. 6412. Gatineau. Hard to describe the session with her. Pics are her on leolist. When she greeted me she was super sweet. However in the massage room she was a real firecracker. Felt more like seeing a girlfrind you haven't seen for months. So much energy, extremely fun. I felt comfortable from the moment I got undressed.. Her finish was extrememly good. Hell to be honest I think she had the most fun. I never asked for anything in particular. She just knew what to go. Repeat...for sure.

Hello! I'm Sara :) 💕

I'm petite: 5'3", 110lbs, with very long brown hair & geen eyes. I'm very sweet & friendly!

Come & RELAX with me & enjoy a steamy unrushed extra-sensual experience.

contact me for more info (613)903-6412💕

(and sweeties I just got back into town, so if I never responded to your last message, feel free to text back again!)

Location: Not far from Downtown Ottawa, in the Hull neighbourhood (close to Eddy St.)💕

Services: hot & soapy shower for 2, Swedish massage/ body-to-body sensuous massage, body slides, foreplay; teasing, edging & more is available (like Nuru Massage), just ask! Xx (but fyi FS is Not available). Xx💕

Rates:

100/hh

140/45

160/hr

longer dates are available

My reviews: https://tinyurl.com/y25u8y7c

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Tuesday Oct 22, 2019 at 6:00pm

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ere: https://www.ontarioinvasiveplants.ca/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/GMI-Booklet_FINAL-FOR-WEB_May132016.pdf

Throughout this revision many of the photos are being updated. We are in need of a few remaining photos for species profiles, so I thought I'd offer up the opportunity for you to get involved and contribute to this great resource and initiative. Credit would be provided of course, in the similar format as the attached version.

If you want to get involved, please feel free to connect with me via messenger, or drop a photo in the comments below! If you have any questions at all, don't hesitate to ask.

Large-leaved Aster (Eurybia macrophylla)

Virginia Waterleaf (Hydrophyllum virginianum)

Wild Strawberry (Fragaria virginiana)

Bottlebrush Grass (Elymus hystrix)

Switchgrass (Panicum virgatum)

Pennsylvania Sedge (Carex pensylvanica)

Ivory Sedge (Carex eburnean)

Silverberry/Buffalo Berry (Shepherdia canadensis)

Elderberry (Sambucus nigra) (form/leaves)

Wild Black Currant (Ribes americanum)

Goldflame Honeysuckle (Lonicera x heckrottii)

Climbing Hydrangea, (Hydrangea petiolaris)

Dutchman’s Pipe (Aristolochia macrophylla)

Jackman Clematis (Clematis x jackmanii)

Sweetflag (Acorus gramineus)

Broadleaf Arrowhead (Sagittaria latifolia) (leaves)

Common Mare’s Tail (Hippuris vulgaris)

Common Coontail (Ceratophyllum demersum)

Tape Grass (Vallisneria Americana)

Here’s the caffeine content in 8 ounces (230 ml) of some popular drinks so you can compare the caffeine content: Green tea: 30–50 mg Black tea: 25–110 mg Instant coffee: 27–173 mg Plain, brewed coffee: 102–200 mg Espresso: 240–720 mg /If you get jitters or crashes from coffee I do recommend taking a L-theanine supplement with it. I have a friend who shakes uncontrollably after a coffee, I got her some L-theanine pills and she doesn't have any problems with her coffee now if she takes a pill with it.

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https://www.facebook.com/events/853594668369009/ HELGA JAKOBSON, GILLIAN KING and WHITNEY LEWIS-SMITH Terramatter October 10 to December 3, 2019 OPENING Thursday, October 10, 5:30 to 7:30 pm ARTISTS' TALK: Friday, October 11, 6 pm * Note this event occurs on a Friday All welcome. Free admission. Presented in English. Concerned with the state of the environment and ecological destruction, Jakobson, King and Lewis-Smith explore how we can reconnect with nature and other living beings through sympoiesis, or ‘becoming-with’ the organic world. The artists will build a site-specific, interactive installation involving painting, photography and sound that functions as a laboratory and research space centred around multiple plant chambers.

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https://permaculturenews.org/2010/10/01/the-wonderful-multi-purpose-comfrey-plant/ Botany

http://canada.korean-culture.org/en/819/board/597/read/99695

http://www.rbinc-sports.com/bike-sizing

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polygala_paucifolia /known as gaywings  /Botany

HYBRID BIKE SIZING CHART

Rider Height Frame Size Suggested

Feet and Inches Centimetres Inches Size Centimetres

4' 10" - 5' 1" 147 - 155 13 - 14 XS 47 - 49

5' 1" - 5' 5" 155 - 165 15 - 16 S 50 - 52

5' 5" - 5' 9" 165 - 175 17 - 18 M 53 - 54

5' 9" - 6' 0" 175 - 183 19 -20 L 55 - 57

6' 0" - 6' 3" 183 - 191 21 - 22 XL 58 - 61

6' 3" - 6' 6" 191 - 198 23 - 25 XXL 61 - 63

WOMEN'S MOUNTAIN BIKE SIZING CHART

Rider Height Frame Size Suggested

Feet and Inches Centimetres Inches Size

4' 10" - 5' 2" 148 - 158 13 - 14 XS

5' 2" - 5 '6" 158 - 168 15 - 16 S

5' 6" - 5' 10" 168 - 178 17 - 18 M

5' 10" - 6' 1" 178 - 185 19+ L

MEN'S ROAD BIKE SIZING CHART

Rider Height Frame Size Suggested

Feet and Inches Centimetres Centimetres Size

4' 10" - 5 '0" 148 - 152 48 XXS

5' 0 "- 5' 3" 152 - 160 51 XS

5' 3" - 5' 6" 160 - 168 52 S

5 6" - 5' 9" 168 - 175 54 M

5' 9" - 6' 0" 175 - 183 56 L

6' 0" - 6' 3" 183 - 191 58 XL

6' 3" - 6' 6" 191 - 198 61 XXL

LADIES ROAD BIKE SIZING CHART

Rider Height Frame Size Suggested

Feet and Inches Centimetres Centimetres Size

4' 10" - 5 '0" 148 - 152 44 XXS

5' 0 "- 5' 3" 152 - 160 48 XS

5' 3" - 5' 6" 160 - 168 51 S

5 6" - 5' 9" 168 - 175 54 M

MOUNTAIN BIKE SIZING CHART

Mountain Bikes - Finding the Right Size

Your Height Your Inseam Length Bike Frame Size

4'5" - 4'11" 12" frame with 24"wheels

4'11" - 5'3" 25" - 27" 13 - 15"

5'3" - 5'7" 27" - 29" 15 to 17"

5'7" - 5'11" 29" - 31" 17 to 19"

5'11" - 6'2" 31" - 33" 19 to 21"

6'2" - 6'4" 33" - 35" 21 to 23"

6'4" and up 35" and up

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http://ontariowildflowers.com/main/species.php?id=15 Purple-stemmed Aster Symphyotrichum puniceum

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypericum_canadense / https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triadenum_fraseri

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https://photos.app.goo.gl/rmezfRaZ47gfmB456 Sunflower Nicholas

https://photos.app.goo.gl/6CtJWQWHu7anczrcA Fern Vincent Massey.

rom the Black Guys on Bloggingheads, YouTube’s algorithms bounced me along a path of similarly unapologetic thought criminals: the neuroscientist Sam Harris and his Waking Up podcast; Christina Hoff Sommers, aka “The Factual Feminist”; the comedian turned YouTube interviewer Dave Rubin; the counter-extremist activist Maajid Nawaz; and a cantankerous and then little-known Canadian psychology professor named Jordan Peterson, who railed against authoritarianism on both the left and right but reserved special disdain for postmodernism, which he believed was eroding rational thought on campuses and elsewhere.

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http://herba.msu.ru/shipunov/school/biol_154/textbook/intro_botany.pdf

http://www.thecapitoltheatre.com/2018/02/18/6-of-the-most-legendary-grateful-dead-shows-that-happened-at-the-cap-47-years-ago/

https://wildpollinators-pollinisateurssauvages.ca/about-us/

TART TIME TO BE CONFIRMED

Note: This event is free by you MUST register by email to cwf.pollinators@gmail.com

The Canadian Wildlife Federation is excited to offer a Seed Collection Training Workshop led by Pollinator Partnership. This workshop is part of the P2’s Project Wingspan program to provide locally adapted native plant seeds in support of Monarch and pollinator recovery in eastern and central Ontario.

In this full-day workshop you will learn to identify several target plant species for eastern and central Ontario. You will learn the methods of seed collection according to the Pollinator Partnership protocol: scouting for sites, identifying when seeds are ripe, and techniques for collecting, documenting, drying, cleaning, and storing native plant seed. Certified volunteers may organize and lead seed collection events at other sites and assist with other volunteers.

The seed collected through this program will be documented, dried, stored, and used in the restoration of pollinator habitat throughout eastern Ontario. The workshop will take place at the Fletcher Wildlife Garden and will include indoor and outdoor components.

Instructor Amber Barnes is a biologist with Pollinator Partnership. This workshop is provided with support of the Ontario Trillium Foundation.

http://www.larcheottawa.org/contact-us /VOLUNTEER WITH US AT STEPSTONE HOUSE.... We have many opportunities for volunteering, including:  -administration (English & French)  -kitchen  -general support  -lawn care  -client support services (English & French) We are a housing shelter in Nepean offering services to refugees, refugee claimants, and newcomers in the city of Ottawa Contact us today: info@stepstonehouse.ca www.stepstonehouse.ca

Sunday at 11 AM – 2 PM

Just Food Farm, 2391 Pepin Crt, Ottawa, Ontario K1B 4Z3

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https://www.facebook.com/events/1252370484965615/

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http://treefestottawa.org/events

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https://boscaceoil.net/

http://www.alcornmusicstudios.com/big-band-mondays/

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https://www.narcity.com/local/ca/on/ottawa

https://ofnc.ca/ofnc-events/mycorrhizae-an-introduction-to-networking-among-the-ancients-2/1568142000 Tues 10 7 PM

kw neatby Carling

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https://ouriac.ca/pixel/ My Pixel is Expanding” Reception Wednesday August 28, 2019 6:00 – 8:00 pm Korean Cultural Centre Canada 150 Elgin St Unit 101, Ottawa

https://www.prairiemoon.com/blog/choose-native-plants-photo-contest

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Verbena_urticifolia

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ranunculus_flammula / https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Utricularia_resupinata

Studio Space Ottawa update and next steps

Studio Space Ottawa is a not-for-profit organization (est. 2019) that provides working spaces for working artists. Working collaboratively with the property managers of 2477 Kaladar, Studio Space Ottawa (SSO) has been transforming a portion of the empty cinder block industrial building into studio spaces ranging in size from 130 to 700 square feet. Twenty studio spaces were offered to our list of initial applicants and a waiting list has begun.

Artists

We have the immediate opportunity to create over 30 new studios on the main floor and simultaneously expand and set up more studios on the second floor. In order to do this, we require a commitment from artists who are seeking space. Please join us on Friday, August 23rd from 1-3 pm to see the space and view floorplans. As our next phase of expansion is currently in the planning stages, studio size requests can be reasonably accommodated. Right now the plans show spaces from 80 to 1100 square feet for the first floor. At this stage larger studios can be divided to create smaller studios.

Price: $14 sqft/year (or $1.67 sqft/month) + HST

Included: studio rent, common space (hallways, bathrooms, water stations), insurance, reserve fund, utilities (AC, heat).

Note: As this is a warehouse type building, only some studios have access to windows. Lights will simulate natural light.

Floorplan viewing and expression of commitment: Friday, August 23 from 1-3 pm at 2477 Kaladar.

Arts Organizations, Schools, Maker Businesses, Galleries

The building contains three very large un-leased open spaces between 4,500-6,300 sq/ft. It will be mutually beneficial to occupy the entire building with art-related tenants.

GOFUNDME

We have launched a campaign to help with the start-up costs of building a new organization from the ground up and capital expenditures. Please make a donation today and spread the word!

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https://sacreddanceguild.org/event-details/?event=394 /Dancing on Waves of Grace - Music & Movement Meditation Date: August 18, 2019- Location: Remic Rapids, Ottawa, ON CANADA

Akousmaflore: Interactive Musical Plants

AKOUSMAFLORE by Scenocosme

Sensitive and interactive musical plants

August 17th-25th

Vernissage: 17 August, 2pm - 5pm

Artengine Commons at Arts Court

10 Daly Avenue (Main Floor)

Akousmaflore is an interactive installation, a small garden composed of living musical plants, which react to gentle contact. Each plant reacts in a different way to contact by producing a specific sound.

The plant «language» or song occurs through touch and the close proximity of the spectator. Our invisible electrostatic energy acts on the plant branches and encourages them to react. The plants sing when the audience is touching or stroking lightly them. A plant concert is created.

In their artwork, the artists Scenocosme create hybrids between plants and digital technology. Plants are natural sensors and are sensitive to various energy flows. Digital technologies permit them to establish a relationship between plants and sound. They display the effects of random data flow and plant interaction. The data is modified as the spectator meanders around and touches the installation, resulting in a random musical universe. Audience contacts with plants generate sound effects and change in the texture of the sound. There are specific vegetal languages through sonorous compositions. They signify characters, behaviours having a feedback, an influence on the reaction, on the feeling and on the approach of the spectator.

Our body continually produces an electrostatic energy, which cannot be felt. This energetic cloud follows us like an invisible shadow and touches lightly our environment. Mixing reality with imagination, Scenocosme animates that which we cannot detect and proposes a sensory experience that encourages us to think about our invisible relationship with other living being. Through Akousmaflore, plants let us know about their existence by a scream, a melody or an acoustical vibration.

Presented by Artengine, with support from the French Embassy in Canada

Akousmaflore: Interactive Musical Plants

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The researchers found volunteers who felt they were aging too fast and tested them from head to toe for risk factors including high blood pressure, cholesterol and body fat, and poor muscle strength and full-body fitness. These tests determined the participants’ true body age and some of the changes they needed to make in order to slow down, or even reverse their body’s aging process.

Here are a few things we learned.

Pump some iron

Muscles store lots of amino acids, the building blocks of our organs and tissues. When we fall ill or injure ourselves, our bodies rely on those amino acids to heal properly. But as we age, we begin to lose muscle mass, as much as three to five per cent every decade after age 30. With less muscle mass, we become weaker and are at greater risk of falls and serious fractures.

“Low levels of muscle mass in old age are associated with early death,” says Leigh Breen, an expert in muscle metabolism and lecturer at the University of Birmingham. So if we aren’t taking care of our muscles, they aren’t able to take care of us.

To slow down the body’s aging process, start pumping some iron. You don’t have to be a bodybuilder like Arnold Schwarzenegger; some basic resistance training is all you need. “Resistance exercises … are vital for maintaining muscle mass and strength in old age,” says Breen. Experts recommend focusing on leg muscles since they are most responsible for movement.

You can incorporate resistance training into your workout by using light weights or machines at the gym, or try doing simple body weight exercises — such as squats, step-ups and pushups — at home.

Get your heart rate up

As we get older, our arteries can begin to stiffen, and high blood pressure becomes more common. Our risk of developing heart disease also increases with age. But certain actions can help offset these risks.

One of the best things to do to ensure a healthier heart is to stay active. Taking frequent walks is one way to keep moving, but experts recommend doing an activity that raises your heart rate for at least 150 minutes per week.

Pick an exercise you enjoy. Don’t like jogging? Try swimming, doing some yard work or taking a dance class — any activity that gets you moving, increases your heart rate and feels good will contribute to a healthy lifestyle and help your heart.

Catch some Zs

A good night’s sleep keeps you mentally sharp, may reduce the risk of heart disease, hypertension and depression, and keep you looking younger. You may be thinking “Perfect! I spend so much time in bed that I’m going to live forever!” But sleep expert Kevin Morgan, a professor at Loughborough University, says it’s more complicated than that: To stay healthy, you need to sleep “efficiently.”

“Sleep is that period during which certain processes take place that help to restore wear and tear, both in our bodies and in our brains,” says Morgan. “We have to give them an opportunity to work. It’s very important for healthy aging.”

Morgan tells patients suffering from erratic sleep to remove distractions like TVs from the bedroom, which can teach you to stay awake in bed. A restrictive sleep regimen may also help. Try waiting until midnight to go to bed and set your alarm for 6 a.m. — no dozing allowed! Limiting your time in bed should make you sleepier and encourage you to sleep more soundly and efficiently when bedtime comes.

Add some colour to your dinner plate

It’s easy to fall into bad eating habits with all the salty, fatty and sugary foods available to us. But the good news is that a few simple changes can get you back on the right track.

Instead of processed meats, eat healthier proteins, such as eggs, fish, beans or yogurt, throughout the day to nourish your aging muscles. Swap out the potato chips for some nuts, high in fibre and monounsaturated fats, to keep your heart healthy. And most importantly, add a variety of colourful foods to your diet.

“Fresh, unprocessed and colourful foods … work together to protect your body from the things that age you too fast,” says Paula Moynihan, a professor of nutrition who has worked with the World Health Organization. Vegetables like spinach and tomatoes, for instance, are rich in carotenoids, antioxidants which can help protect against aging. These kinds of foods can also “help to reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease, diabetes and other diseases,” says Moynihan.

Learn something new

It’s never too late to take up a new hobby or learn a new language. In fact, according to experts, it can benefit your health.

As we age, our brains’ ability to process information can degrade if we don’t use them enough, just like our muscles weaken if we don’t flex them. To keep our cognitive capacities sharp, we need to exercise our brains.

When we process unfamiliar information, new connections — or neural pathways — are created between brain cells. This builds “brain plasticity” and improves our ability to deal with information old and new. Brain games such as crosswords and puzzles can improve working memory, but research suggests they may not enhance reasoning and problem-solving capabilities. Challenging skills or language classes were shown to have better effects overall and over the long term.

In essence, for healthy brain aging, never stop learning!

Reduce your stress

When we’re under stress, our adrenalin levels rise, our heart rate quickens and our blood vessels constrict, prompting our blood pressure to rise. If those levels stay high or take a long time to return to normal, our body’s health could be negatively affected.

“Some people show a very prompt recovery … [for] other people, the responses are sustained for minutes or even hours,” says Andrew Steptoe, an aging researcher and professor at University College London. “We think that that’s a particularly problematic type of response which could contribute to health risk and to aging.” Specifically, chronic stress may contribute to heart disease, impair memory and cause weight gain. But you can take steps to combat it.

People who are physically fit tend to recover more rapidly from mental stress, Steptoe says, meaning exercise may be one of the best ways to prevent the effects of stress. It also produces endorphins, which naturally reduce anxiety and make us feel good.

Or, try mindfulness — a meditation technique that encourages participants to be aware of their thoughts and feelings while focusing on their surrounding environment (focusing on the present, instead of worrying about the future or past). Mindfulness has been shown to improve mental well-being, can change the way you react to negative events and may even affect how your body reacts to stress on a genetic level. Just 10 minutes a day could aid in reducing overall stress levels.

Eat less sugar for younger skin

While it’s important to take care of what’s happening inside our bodies with age, that doesn’t mean we should forget about the outside — and how it makes us look and feel.

Aging skin is something we all experience, since its composition does change significantly over time. Our skin contains collagen and elastin, which give it structure and elasticity, but it produces less collagen and loses elasticity as we age. This results in wrinkles and sagging skin, some of the first signs of an aging body.

According to Mark Birch-Machin, a professor of molecular dermatology at Newcastle University, excess glucose can damage the structure of collagen. “[With] high blood sugar glucose in your body … essentially, the structure of your skin begins to change. It becomes a more distressed state and actually increases the amount of damage you have to skin cells.”

To mitigate these effects, limit sugary foods and go for healthy options such as cooked tomatoes, which contain lycopene, an antioxidant thought to protect skin from DNA damage and decrease our risk of heart disease and cancer.

And, of course, always wear sunscreen and limit prolonged sun exposure to prevent damage to skin cells that can result in disease and premature aging of the skin.

For more ways to Stop Your Aging and Reverse Your Body Clock, watch these, and How To Stay Younger on The Passionate Eye.

| Ottawa SAW Video and Knot Project Space begin Knot Projections 2019: Imagining Publics close to home, sending a beam of projected light from inside the Arts Court to land across the street on the brick wall of the Les Suites Hotel parking garage. The result produces a large-scale video image over the exterior of the neighboring building, visible from 2 Daly to 10 Daly Avenue. https://www.sawvideo.com/knot/projection/open-water Post on Facebook Post on Twitter

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Mateus Schäffer: 11 Beatles´ Guitar Solos

https://ottawa.ca/en/news/there-something-everyone-city-hall-july Listen/Hear The Listen/Hear live ambient music performance series takes place at the Jean Pigott Place in Ottawa City Hall on every non-holiday Monday from June 24 to September 9, 2019. Presented by Debaser in partnership with the City of Ottawa and the Ottawa Music Industry Coalition. Join us on July 8, 15, 22, and 29, from noon to 1 pm.

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Cut pieces of yellow poster board into 5-by-7-inch rectangles. Use a bent paperclip to poke a hole near the center of one short edge of each rectangle if you are going to hang the glue boards instead of lay them on the floor.

Pour a cup of water and a cup of corn syrup into a heavy-duty pan. Place the pan on a stove. Stir the water and corn syrup mixture until it is thoroughly combined. Turn the heat on and simmer the mixture until it resembles a very thick glue.

Remove the pot from the stove and allow the mixture to cool until it is safe to use.

Use a plastic knife to spread the thickened gluey mixture onto the surface of the poster board rectangles. Spread the glue on both sides of the boards if you plan to hang them. Push the end of a bent paperclip through the hole you made in one end and tie a string to the loop in the paperclip. Tie the other end of the string to a curtain rod or other convenient spot. Paint the glue on only one side of the boards if you are laying them on the floor. Place the boards where insects walk or congregate.

https://freetousesounds.com/royalty-free-ocean-sounds-beach-waves-underwater-sound-effects/

Grab the VIN serial number off the bottom of the bicycle and run it through 529 garage: https://project529.com/garage/bikes/search_recovered

As well as the RCMP database: http://app.cpic-cipc.ca/English/searchformbikes.cfm

Also consider that many residents of apartments and room rentals don't have a space to store bicycles on their property and have to leave them out mo

Zaatar

4 tbs dried thyme or combination of thyme and oregano

2 tsp (‘fresh’) sumac,

I tsp salt,

2 tbs toasted sesame seeds.

If you are using fresh herbs then dry them in a low oven for about ten minutes. Let them cool then grind them up with a mortar and pestle. Grind the sumac and salt. Combine and add the sesame seeds. Mix it all up and that’s it. Za’atar.

And to sample it, just mix a little with some olive oil..and dip some fresh bread or pita into it. Soak it all up….Delicious.

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https://doodle.com/poll/48g3y39u5exs3xc9 Stop Gap August 16- 31 meetings

Mateus Schäffer: 11 Beatles´ Guitar Solos

https://ottawa.ca/en/news/there-something-everyone-city-hall-july Listen/Hear The Listen/Hear live ambient music performance series takes place at the Jean Pigott Place in Ottawa City Hall on every non-holiday Monday from June 24 to September 9, 2019. Presented by Debaser in partnership with the City of Ottawa and the Ottawa Music Industry Coalition. Join us on July 8, 15, 22, and 29, from noon to 1 pm.

https://www.ehow.com/how_7708604_make-glue-boards-corn-

syrup.html

Cut pieces of yellow poster board into 5-by-7-inch rectangles. Use a bent paperclip to poke a hole near the center of one short edge of each rectangle if you are going to hang the glue boards instead of lay them on the floor.

Pour a cup of water and a cup of corn syrup into a heavy-duty pan. Place the pan on a stove. Stir the water and corn syrup mixture until it is thoroughly combined. Turn the heat on and simmer the mixture until it resembles a very thick glue.

Remove the pot from the stove and allow the mixture to cool until it is safe to use.

Use a plastic knife to spread the thickened gluey mixture onto the surface of the poster board rectangles. Spread the glue on both sides of the boards if you plan to hang them. Push the end of a bent paperclip through the hole you made in one end and tie a string to the loop in the paperclip. Tie the other end of the string to a curtain rod or other convenient spot. Paint the glue on only one side of the boards if you are laying them on the floor. Place the boards where insects walk or congregate.

https://freetousesounds.com/royalty-free-ocean-sounds-beach-waves-underwater-sound-effects/

Grab the VIN serial number off the bottom of the bicycle and run it through 529 garage: https://project529.com/garage/bikes/search_recovered

As well as the RCMP database: http://app.cpic-cipc.ca/English/searchformbikes.cfm

Also consider that many residents of apartments and room rentals don't have a space to store bicycles on their property and have to leave them out mo

Zaatar

4 tbs dried thyme or combination of thyme and oregano

2 tsp (‘fresh’) sumac,

I tsp salt,

2 tbs toasted sesame seeds.

If you are using fresh herbs then dry them in a low oven for about ten minutes. Let them cool then grind them up with a mortar and pestle. Grind the sumac and salt. Combine and add the sesame seeds. Mix it all up and that’s it. Za’atar.

And to sample it, just mix a little with some olive oil..and dip some fresh bread or pita into it. Soak it all up….Delicious.

02nd Aug 2019

https://doodle.com/poll/48g3y39u5exs3xc9 Stop Gap August 16- 31 meetings

https://www.ehow.com/how_7708604_make-glue-boards-corn-

syrup.html

Cut pieces of yellow poster board into 5-by-7-inch rectangles. Use a bent paperclip to poke a hole near the center of one short edge of each rectangle if you are going to hang the glue boards instead of lay them on the floor.

Pour a cup of water and a cup of corn syrup into a heavy-duty pan. Place the pan on a stove. Stir the water and corn syrup mixture until it is thoroughly combined. Turn the heat on and simmer the mixture until it resembles a very thick glue.

Remove the pot from the stove and allow the mixture to cool until it is safe to use.

Use a plastic knife to spread the thickened gluey mixture onto the surface of the poster board rectangles. Spread the glue on both sides of the boards if you plan to hang them. Push the end of a bent paperclip through the hole you made in one end and tie a string to the loop in the paperclip. Tie the other end of the string to a curtain rod or other convenient spot. Paint the glue on only one side of the boards if you are laying them on the floor. Place the boards where insects walk or congregate.

https://freetousesounds.com/royalty-free-ocean-sounds-beach-waves-underwater-sound-effects/

Grab the VIN serial number off the bottom of the bicycle and run it through 529 garage: https://project529.com/garage/bikes/search_recovered

As well as the RCMP database: http://app.cpic-cipc.ca/English/searchformbikes.cfm

Also consider that many residents of apartments and room rentals don't have a space to store bicycles on their property and have to leave them out mo

Zaatar

4 tbs dried thyme or combination of thyme and oregano

2 tsp (‘fresh’) sumac,

I tsp salt,

2 tbs toasted sesame seeds.

If you are using fresh herbs then dry them in a low oven for about ten minutes. Let them cool then grind them up with a mortar and pestle. Grind the sumac and salt. Combine and add the sesame seeds. Mix it all up and that’s it. Za’atar.

And to sample it, just mix a little with some olive oil..and dip some fresh bread or pita into it. Soak it all up….Delicious.

22nd Jul 2019

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Cut pieces of yellow poster board into 5-by-7-inch rectangles. Use a bent paperclip to poke a hole near the center of one short edge of each rectangle if you are going to hang the glue boards instead of lay them on the floor.

Pour a cup of water and a cup of corn syrup into a heavy-duty pan. Place the pan on a stove. Stir the water and corn syrup mixture until it is thoroughly combined. Turn the heat on and simmer the mixture until it resembles a very thick glue.

Remove the pot from the stove and allow the mixture to cool until it is safe to use.

Use a plastic knife to spread the thickened gluey mixture onto the surface of the poster board rectangles. Spread the glue on both sides of the boards if you plan to hang them. Push the end of a bent paperclip through the hole you made in one end and tie a string to the loop in the paperclip. Tie the other end of the string to a curtain rod or other convenient spot. Paint the glue on only one side of the boards if you are laying them on the floor. Place the boards where insects walk or congregate.

https://freetousesounds.com/royalty-free-ocean-sounds-beach-waves-underwater-sound-effects/

Grab the VIN serial number off the bottom of the bicycle and run it through 529 garage: https://project529.com/garage/bikes/search_recovered

As well as the RCMP database: http://app.cpic-cipc.ca/English/searchformbikes.cfm

Also consider that many residents of apartments and room rentals don't have a space to store bicycles on their property and have to leave them out mo

Zaatar

4 tbs dried thyme or combination of thyme and oregano

2 tsp (‘fresh’) sumac,

I tsp salt,

2 tbs toasted sesame seeds.

If you are using fresh herbs then dry them in a low oven for about ten minutes. Let them cool then grind them up with a mortar and pestle. Grind the sumac and salt. Combine and add the sesame seeds. Mix it all up and that’s it. Za’atar.

And to sample it, just mix a little with some olive oil..and dip some fresh bread or pita into it. Soak it all up….Delicious.

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Cut pieces of yellow poster board into 5-by-7-inch rectangles. Use a bent paperclip to poke a hole near the center of one short edge of each rectangle if you are going to hang the glue boards instead of lay them on the floor.

Pour a cup of water and a cup of corn syrup into a heavy-duty pan. Place the pan on a stove. Stir the water and corn syrup mixture until it is thoroughly combined. Turn the heat on and simmer the mixture until it resembles a very thick glue.

Remove the pot from the stove and allow the mixture to cool until it is safe to use.

Use a plastic knife to spread the thickened gluey mixture onto the surface of the poster board rectangles. Spread the glue on both sides of the boards if you plan to hang them. Push the end of a bent paperclip through the hole you made in one end and tie a string to the loop in the paperclip. Tie the other end of the string to a curtain rod or other convenient spot. Paint the glue on only one side of the boards if you are laying them on the floor. Place the boards where insects walk or congregate.

https://freetousesounds.com/royalty-free-ocean-sounds-beach-waves-underwater-sound-effects/

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Grab the VIN serial number off the bottom of the bicycle and run it through 529 garage: https://project529.com/garage/bikes/search_recovered

As well as the RCMP database: http://app.cpic-cipc.ca/English/searchformbikes.cfm

Also consider that many residents of apartments and room rentals don't have a space to store bicycles on their property and have to leave them out mo

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Bouquiniste Mobile Launch Event and Fundraiser at EBA

Bouquiniste Mobile Launch Event and Fundraiser at EBA on Saturday July 6

Join members of the Bouquinistes Collective at EBA (951 Gladstone) on Saturday July 6 from 2 to 4 pm for the launch of their new project, The Bouquiniste Mobile. Like the Bouquinistes of Paris from which the group takes its name, used booksellers on the banks of the Seine, the Bouquinistes of Ottawa mean to operate outside of official channels and contribute to the circulation of ideas.

To raise funds for the project, there will be a silent auction of artworks by collective members Adam Brown, Michael Davidge, Mana Rouholamini, and Guillermo Trejo. Also, be sure to check out the fabulous used book sale! Tea and snacks will be provided. Come to the EBA to learn about the project, get some great deals and chat with the artists!

For more information visit http://bouquinistemobile.wordpress.com/ or email bouquinistescollective@gmail.com

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dUPAKqS3dt8 /Checking Bike Frame Alignment With String

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https://www.liliatarawa.com

23rd Jun 2019

One of the posters found a way to eliminate tap to click. Open notifications, the rectangle in the lower right hand corner of the screen. Open "All Settings,", followed by "Personalization," "Themes," "Related

Settings," and "Mouse Pointer Settings." At this point there are at least two different options:

1. The poster went to "Device Settings," "Settings," and finally unchecked "Tapping."

2. I went to "Elan Device." "Options," "Tapping," and finally "Disable tap to click."

Best to keep a copy of these instructions because almost every time you get a big update from Microsoft it will reinstall tap to click.

It worked for me.


https://wildpollinators-pollinisateurssauvages.ca/pollinator-gardens/ http://cornerpollinatorgarden.net/

21st Jun 2019

One of the posters found a way to eliminate tap to click. Open notifications, the rectangle in the lower right hand corner of the screen. Open "All Settings,", followed by "Personalization," "Themes," "Related

Settings," and "Mouse Pointer Settings." At this point there are at least two different options:

1. The poster went to "Device Settings," "Settings," and finally unchecked "Tapping."

2. I went to "Elan Device." "Options," "Tapping," and finally "Disable tap to click."

Best to keep a copy of these instructions because almost every time you get a big update from Microsoft it will reinstall tap to click.

It worked for me.

https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-hardware/need-windows-10-setting-to-adjust-touchpad/108b4b04-2fa7-4458-a986-1a2385776dff?page=4

21st Jun 2019

https://www.asus.com/Laptops/ASUS-ZenBook-UX305FA/specifications/

https://www.historyonthenet.com/aztec-agriculture-floating-farms-fed-the-people

he chinampas farms were man-made plots of land built up from the sedimentation from the bottom of the lake. The Aztecs created large reed mats, which they floated in the shallows, the edges of which were built of woven twigs and branches attached to posts anchored in the lakebed. On the mats, they put soil from the lake bottom, rotting vegetation and dirt from nearby areas

https://www.reddit.com/r/creativegardening/comments/befcti/if_you_build_it_they_will_come_unbelievable/

http://txti.es/

https://www.bikeforums.net/bicycle-mechanics/1123822-changing-sealed-bottom-bracket.html

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