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Robot Coupe - R101 B CLR - Commercial Food Processor with 2.5 Qt Clear Bowl
Robot Coupe has been the foodservice industry leader in the development and refinement of commercial food processors and vegetable preparation units. Larger hopper for processing bulky vegetables such as cabbage and celery. Can accommodate up to 10 tomatoes at a time. Cylindrical hopper for processing long or delicate vegetables (carrots, cucumbers, mushrooms) with flawless cutting precision. Polycarbonate motor base designed to withstand the processing of large quantities. Lid and pusher design eliminates open catch areas where food particles could accumulate. These models boast a lever-activated auto restart, making them more user-friendly and optimizing throughput.
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Chocolate bean brownies. 1½ cups pinto beans (unsalted) or black beans, drained and rinsed well. ½ cup quick-cook, gluten-free oats. ½ cup pure maple syrup. ½ cup oil (coconut or safflower). 2 tsp pure vanilla extract (do not omit this). ½ tsp baking powder. ½ cup dairy-free chocolate chips, such as Enjoy Life. Preheat the oven to 350ºF and grease an 8x8in pan well. Blend all the ingredients except the chocolate chips in a food processor until the mixture is as smooth as you think you can get it. I let mine go for at least a minute. Stir through the chocolate chips and pour the batter into the pan. Bake for 18-20 minutes and cool in the pan. Cut into squares and then place into the fridge to really set well (if you can wait that long). Use the freezer if you are in a hurry, for example, if you have a long line of hungry children waiting. A trusty glass of bubbles helps, but Ive never dashed on to an empty dance floor. When your friend leans over with the tip, less elbows, more ass, you know youre not knocking it out of the park. I was once laughed off the dance floor at a work Christmas party. I am not sure I will ever recover. So the idea of doing Zumba with the children this week at our summer camp was a bit horrifying. However, when you are faced with some hesitant children and you do not want them to catch your inhibitions, you have to throw yourself into it. I have done the penguin dance, the chicken dance, the robot, the speed racer, the dinosaur walk and... Chloe leaned in at one point to give me some directions: Mummy, its two steps that way then FOUR shakes, OK. She then demonstrated some ridiculously hard little routine that required moving your bum and interlocked arms in diagonally opposite... But despite my lack of ability, aside from Coach Chloe, none of the other children noticed. They were far too busy following along themselves to look at me. So dance like nobodys watching is great advice after all or at least when you are surrounded by children and pretending to be a stegosaurus. I realised, though, that the same hesitation I have to dancing, some of our children have when it comes to trying new foods. When dancing is something you love, it is hard to understand how someone else can dread it. The same applies to an adventurous diet. Some people like to stick to the same old, same old nothing new or unusual. I can see how trying a pepper or a cherry might throw them through a loop, especially when they are surrounded by a lot of new people. I have been interested in childrens nutrition and eating habits ever since my own came along. But it is only in the past few years of running a summer camp that I have really been exposed to a variety of preferences and behaviours. Some children just need a little coaxing, a fun game or some educational motivation to start branching out. Others need time and understanding. It is tempting to get frustrated, and I admit sometimes I do, but there is often a bigger picture. Whether a new baby has come along, they are finding school difficult or having problems with friends, food is one area that children feel they can control. Short of forcing it down their necks, which may be tempting and yet no parent would ever really do, none of us can make a child eat something. In this instance, hesitancy can be a childs way of saying, hold on, I am going to decide if and what and when. While picky eating can be a frustrating phase, it is usually harmless. Check in with a doctor, dietitian or nutritionist to make sure that you have all the bases covered or some kind of supplement in place. Also, remember that in older children, this type of control can result in disordered eating so, again, keep your childs healthcare providers in the loop. Above all, if you can, and as hard as it may be, try not to let their food control affect your mood control. Reacting often perpetuates the problem, so give yourself a timeout and get creative in the. Source: www.royalgazette.com
2. Blend all the ingredients except the chocolate chips in a food processor until the mixture is as smooth as you think you can get it. I let mine go for at least a minute. 3. Stir through the chocolate chips and pour the batter into the pan. 4. Bake
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