I took Tofu to the vet yesterday because he has another eye infection. Last time he had an eye infection, it got really bad, really fast and he had to get the eye removed. It was heartbreaking, but the best thing for him. Because Tofu is blind, he brushes up against or bumps into things all the time. This time something scratched his cornea. They flushed and checked out the eye but there was no foreign object in there and the vet seems hopeful it will heal.
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As always, 50% of the proceeds from the sales of this shirt go directly to rabbit shelters in need!”
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I love dining out, but it can be hard to make healthy choices when dining out so I often view dining out as a chance to indulge in rich foods. It doesn’t have to be this way! Luckily, there are a few places in Auckland who are making huge effort to offer delicious healthy options. What I also love about these places is they can be great inspiration for cooking at home too. Most of these offerings are easy to recreate at home using fresh ingredients. I’m not a health nut, but with my health issues this year, I’ve been looking at what I eat more and focusing on clean eating and whole foods.
I am not on any special diet, but in my round up, I’ve included options for diets such as paleo, vegetarian, vegan and gluten free. There are also options for raw, whole foods, refined sugar free, free rangers. Some have healthy options such as low carb, skinless (chicken), brown rice, wholemeal pasta and probiotics.
I spend most 90% of my time in the city fringe areas of Mt Eden, Kingsland, Eden Terrace, CBD, Grey Lynn and Ponsonby so this list reflects my own stomping grounds. Fee free to make suggestions further afield!
World famous from Beijing, crispy roast duck is sliced with a high skin-to-meat ratio and eaten with spring onion (scallions), cucumber, hoisin (or plum) sauce and wrapped in thin Chinese pancakes. Think of it as Chinese duck tacos.
Shared with others, you usually get 2-3 pieces per person as a starter dish. It may be frowned upon to scoff 10 pancakes and call it a meal, but would you judge me if I said I did exactly that twice for this post? Let’s call it “research purposes”.