Explore the Web Through a Virtual Tour

Explore the Web Through a Virtual Tour

Were you aware of a company called Nude Food? Will, it is a place that sells gluten free, dairy free, and soy free energy bars. Without all those vital Nude foodnecessities for making food, the gluten and dairy that is, what is left? Nutrient dense, raw, organic food.

They even make the claim that it is kosher food. In other words it is in is natural form, never been mixed with something other than what is natural. Much like extra virgin olive oil or coconut oil.

Naked JuiceDid you know there is a juice that has been named Naked Juice?

Yes, and the juice is close to being fresh.

Oh wait, before you slap my face, I don’t mean the juice is fresh like overly bold or impertinent with you, I mean like freshly juiced fruit and vegetables.

Since we have used the word’s nude and naked, does that make you overly uncomfortable? Of course there usually is, or we should say always is one thing that will come to mind with the words nude and naked.

A person who is wearing no close at all. But has this ever come to mind with the word naked, “naked, unprovoked aggression.”

The following are definitions for the word “naked” according to the Free on-line Dictionary:

1. Having no clothing on the body; nude.

2. Having no covering, especially the usual one: a naked sword.

3. Devoid of vegetation, trees, or foliage: the naked ground; naked tree limbs.

4. Being without addition, concealment, disguise, or embellishment: the naked facts; naked ambition.

5. Devoid of a specified quality, characteristic, or element: a look that was naked of all pretense.

6. Exposed to harm; vulnerable: “naked to mine enemies” (Shakespeare).

7. Botany

a. Not enclosed in an ovary: naked seeds.

b. Unprotected by scales: naked buds.

c. Lacking a perianth: naked flowers.

d. Without leaves or pubescence: naked stalks.

8. Zoology Lacking outer covering such as scales, fur, feathers, or a shell.

Even Websters dictionary will start with saying, “the medical definition” of Naked or Nude. I guess they do that to put the reader at ease, having a conversation with those two words, seems to make people uneasy or uncomfortable.

Were you aware that there are many nudist parks throughout the USA? Yes there are, in Utah, Idaho, California, Florida, just to name a few states.

Even some popular food sights will refer to there food photography as food porn, which again the word porn always brings to mind, nudity.

What is the purpose of our article? Will I want to put you at ease, because our blog was mentioned in an article on February. 5, 2015 at A Guy Without Boxers. Roger, the author of the site, is a same gender loving man. He is a professed nudist, and he writes and posts the nonsexual perspective of nudism. Roger is a professor at a local Washington D.C University.

About a year ago, Roger made a comment on one of our posts and then followed our blog. He stated he doesn’t like to cook, but he always passes on some of our recipes to his partner, who is the cook. Roger even had our posted dessert Blueberry Lemon Flognarde for a few of his Sunday Brunches, as well as made it for his parents on his visit to Greece last Fall (2014). He stated his father’s likes were traditional when it comes to food, but his father was very impressed with the dessert.

We were nominated by Roger with the Virtual Blog Tour Award, and he encouraged the nominated blogs to respond and post by Monday, March 2, 2015. But as you can see, I am days late to posting my acceptance of the Virtual Blog Tour Award, and it isn’t on a Monday.

The rules are as follows:

  • Answer four questions about your creative process which lets other bloggers and visitors know what inspires you to do what you do.
  • Write a one-time article which is to be posted on a Monday (the date supplied by your nominator).  This article can be in the same post in which you answered the four questions.
  • Pass the tour on to up to four other bloggers. Give them the rules and a specific Monday to post.

I nominate the following blogs for the Virtual Blog Tour Award…Don’t feel you have to do anything, only join in if you want to! The date to respond is the 13th of April  2015…

I nominate the following:

Parent Rap – I enjoy Jackie’s blog because she writes about parenting advise that really works. She belongs to the local chapter Parents Anonymous® of New Jersey, Inc. She has been supporting other parents in need foe over 20 years now.

Jovina Cooks Italian –  She writes awesome articles about Italy and the cuisine. She stated she use to write for food magazines.

The Militant Negro He write about Politics, Food, Thoughts and Opinions of Facts and Truth as will as Art and Poetry.

Get Everyone Cooking  This blog owner is new to the blogs-fer. His name is Wayne and he believes everyone should get back to health by cooking great homemade food.

Virtual Blog Tour AwardNow as to the four questions. I wasn’t provide with any questions, but all I can say is I, the owner of this website (Splendid Recipes and More) loves cooking.

Cooking at home with fresh food, less canola oil, and using more coconut olive, and avocado oils, has helped to improve my health, among other things.

Cooking is a stress reliever for me, I love cooking for others. Gardening is another love of mine, and I grow my own food as well (a few season’s I was not able). I also enjoy writing about nutrition (Health News Library).

 

 

 

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7 thoughts on “Explore the Web Through a Virtual Tour

  1. How sweet of you to nominate Parent Rap for the Virtual Blog Tour Award! I wish with all my heart I had the spare time to write for this – I am truly honored. 🙂 Thank you, Randy, the nomination is honor enough. ❤

  2. PS: I got excited about the “Nude Food” you mention so I looked them up online and checked their ingredients. I cannot eat any of them because they have sugar. To me, real nude food would be without any sugar.

    • This is true. But if it is raw unrefined sugar, which will contain the canes fiber, including vitamins and trace minerals, then it doesn’t react in the blood as does table sugar or the white refined. Just last night I made blueberry bread pudding using gluten free bread and coconut sugar – it doesn’t raise your blood glucose.

  3. It isn’t how it raises blood sugar, it is how it reacts with my lungs. I have to stay away from any sugar and that includes the over 50 names for sugar. This has been a slow process to uncover the things I cannot eat and it isn’t sugar, I cannot eat most fruits (even bananas), oils & fats, flour products and most dairy products.

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