Oct 2018



[brew-shit]-shit·ting, interjection
Slang: Vulgar.
1. nonsense, lies, act of extreme randomness or an unbelievable sight
–verb (used with object)
2. to lie or commit act of extreme randomness
Used in a sentence:
Brandy’s lacefront wig is some Brewshyt.

Other Brew Terms You Should Learn

#BAM: A term used to reflect the hotness of a dress, abs, hair or anything worthy of approval; anything less is a #FAIL
Daniel: A mythical creature who will most certainly “check” you if your grammar and spelling aren’t on point. See here.
Disport: Is an actual word. Yet for some reason if you are on, you use it in a completely unintelligible and confused way that has a well learned woman wondering if it is a real word at all! So feel free to use it in any way you want. Much like the word “smurf”.
Double Hatting: Wearing an actual hat on top of a hair hat.
FAH: “Fat Ass Hater.” A term used sarcastically by the Witches’ and our ilk; doesn’t necessarily mean you’re a fat ass or that you hate fat asses, but you are hating in a majorly big way. You also need to read the Witches’ rules about “hating” and upgrade your sorry vocabulary
Frozed and hard in my place: Sexually aroused (another gem)
Girl, Bye!: An abrupt dismissal, when it is not even worth the effort to form the words to get rid of someone.
Hair Hat: Wig, weave or any other hairpiece that is perched upon a head.
Joyous: The feeling a suitor would like to fill you with, after you arouse him and “spill” on his parts.
LaTasha: The three-legged whore whose mere presence signals the end of your relationship (and basically means there’s been some cheatin’ going on)
Lions: Your lusty loins. We just spelled it wrong once and it stuck!
Louie Bullock’s Mean Mugging Academy: Louis Bardo Bullock RULES, he also does not have time for your ish. He’s busy teaching other celeb babies how to mean mug the paparazzi.
Mottel™ (R Kelly): A model.
Smokin’ Salma: Salma Hayek is hot…plus she smokes. And we like to point that out. A lot.

Blogs In The Brew

Black Love & Marriage
Black & Married With Kids
Brookey’s Cafe Blog
Cotten Kandi
Crunk + Disorderly
Diamond Dust
Fierce and Nerdy
For Real Though
Latinegro’s Volume 2
Media Outrage
Pop Culture Fix
Prune Juice Media
Shoot, Pass, Quibble!
The Curvy Diva’s Closet
The Curvy Fashionista
The Dirty Details (NSFW)
The Intersection of Madness & Reality
The Musings of a Madman
Visual Eye Media

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Oct 2018

Chickpea and Shaved Carrot Salad

You can often find my extolling the virtues of seasonal eating, because as far as Mother Nature is concerned, it’s best; but aside from Mother Nature and her needs, seasonal food is better for us. Eating in season, generally comes with a focus on local eating because seasonal food is what can be grown around you RIGHT NOW, not what can be shipped from another corner of the planet; and, fringe benefit, seasonal eating is often more affordable than the aforementioned globe trotting menu.

In the great white north, where I reside, carrot is so hot right now!

What’s In a Carrot
The benefits are carrots are hinted to in their name, as they are rich in beta carotene (which our bodies use to make vitamin A); and while a diet rich in carotenes is associated with decreased risk of some cancers, carrots also aid in the digestive process, benefit hair and skin; and, of course, are legendary in the regards to the health of our eyes.

We Love Carrots- Do You?!
In the Vitality Kitchen we do a fair bit of raw salad preparation, even in winter; and seeing as a raw carrot a day combats intestinal parasites, in addition to the laundry list of other health benefits, means we LOVE carrots around here.

This salad is raw-ish and simply not raw, because in order to get the carrots to yield slightly we pour hot water over the shaved pieces and allow the carrots to soak for at least 20 minutes- the perfect amount of time to prepare your vinaigrette. Made from sweet oranges and organic goats cheese, the dressing adds to the inherent creaminess that the chickpeas provide.

Raw, seasonal and, oh so, delicious; Chickpea and Shaved Carrot Salad is your winter salad essential.

5 lrg carrot
1 tbsp organic goat’s cheese (easier to digest then cow’s milk cheese)
1 can BPA FREE Eden Organic Garbanzo Beans
1/2 orange, juiced
1 tsp raw honey
1 tbsp fresh mint leaves
1 tsp salt + pepper
5 tbsp olive oil

Shave the carrots with a peeler and place in a bowl, season liberally with salt and cover with boiling water; leave for 20 minutes.

Meanwhile, in a food processor combine the goats cheese, orange juice, olive oil, salt, pepper and mint; blend until smooth and dressing-like. Drain the carrots and allow to dry for 5 minutes.

Rinse the chickpea VERY WELL, and combine with the dressing; once the carrots are dry, toss with chickpeas and dressing. Serve with extra mint if desired.

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Oct 2018

My Love For Herbamare

Now I consider myself a purist when it comes to cooking- from scratch in all ways; but when I was invited to try Herbamare in the Vitality Kitchen, I thought “why not?” So over the last month I have been experimenting with this unique herb and spice salt blend from A.Vogel.

I don’t jump into these things blindly, due diligence is paramount, especially when it comes to using products in the Vitality Kitchen; but upon review I discovered that Herbamare is free of preservatives, has no msg, and effortlessly blends sea salt with herbs and dried vegetables. Because of this, I was willing to put it to use the Vitality Kitchen menu offerings.

The entire month of June, I was using Herbamare liberally in the Vitality Kitchen Meal Plans and NOURISH Cleanses, and you know what? Herbamare is pretty boss! Whether using it to cook and season as you go, or as a table salt replacement, Herbamare has the power to give your culinary creations a little oomph. In other words, use it like you would use salt in your very own Vitality Kitchen.

Now you can get original Herbamare or opt for Zesty flavour- you can also find a low sodium version, but I NEVER use low sodium spices, because what’s replacing the sodium? In any case I really enjoyed the two aforementioned Herbamare flavours.

A Few Tips for Seasoning Food:

  • Season as you go. In some cases seasoning food as the end will suffice, but when it comes to grains, sauces and soups, seasoning as you go is essential.
  • Remember, you can always add seasoning, but you cannot take it away; once something is over seasoned, it’s very hard to recover.
  • When creating a dish with layers of flavour, cleanse your palate each time you taste; meaning, have a sip of water. This will ensure that you are tasting effectively and, therefore, able to season your food perfectly.
  • Don’t forget about pepper. Sometime we may think that a dish needs salt, when what it needs is pepper to create a well rounded flavour profile. Pepper doesn’t get the credit it deserves.
  • Lastly, get creative with your use of spices; salt and pepper are just the tip of iceberg. Creating multi dimensional dishes depends on so much more than salt and pepper, experiment with herbs and spices and watch your culinary efforts prosper!

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Oct 2018

How Aromatherapy Affects Mind Body and Spirit

I have a tendency to get wound up right around three-ish in the afternoon, likely caused by staring at a computer screen for far too long without a break. When this happens I always reach for my essential oils- lavender in particular, which is a well know relaxer. Today’s guest post expands on an earlier post on essential oils; highlighting how they affect our body, mind and spirit.


Aromatherapy—the process of inhaling or absorbing scents derived from essential oils—can do more than just provide a temporarily pleasing sensory experience. It can also help improve a woman’s mind, body and spirit in a number of ways. There is a wide range of essential oils to choose from, and each one brings its own specific set of benefits. Some essential oils provide even multiple benefits at once: for example, citronella is purifying and revitalizing— and it helps keep bugs away!

Aromatherapy can be applied in a variety of settings: try adding some essential oils to a hot bath or a traditional hot sauna. You can also apply diluted essential oils directly to your skin for better absorption. Even better, why not treat yourself to an extra-relaxing aromatherapy massage?

How Aromatherapy Affects Your Mind

Most people know about aromatherapy’s calming effects, but it can also be used for energizing purposes. Scents like lavender, vanilla and chamomile can help with stress relief and relaxation, while peppermint and eucalyptus provide a boost of mental energy. Cedarwood can help improve mental clarity and focus.

Aromatherapy has also been used to treat anxiety and depression. One study found that caffeinated mice were calmed by lavender, sandalwood and other essential oils. (Keep this in mind for the next time you overdo it at Starbucks!)

How Aromatherapy Affects Your Body

Research on the physical benefits of aromatherapy is still evolving, but there is evidence that aromatherapy can have positive effects on your body as well as on your mind. Essential oils have been shown to help heal minor wounds and reduce inflammation. They can also help regulate our digestive and sleep cycles.

Aromatherapy is known to increase blood circulation, relieve congestion, and boost your immune system. Have a cold? Try breathing some eucalyptus oil—or rub a bit on your chest in lieu of traditional drugstore ointments. Other oils that help ease a cold include frankincense, lavender, lemon, rosemary and peppermint.

For women in particular, it’s good to know that aromatherapy can help regulate hormones and lessen menstrual cramps. Various essential oils have also been used as part of some labor and delivery practices. One study even showed that women who applied lavender oil reported a marked difference in postpartum discomfort. (Certain oils, including lavender oil, which contains deodorizing and cleansing properties, are especially suited for topical application. However, almost all essential oils require dilution, so be sure to read the instructions carefully before applying anything directly to your skin!) Another study found that menopausal women who received aromatherapy massages reported the most relief from symptoms.

How Aromatherapy Affects Your Spirit

Aromatherapy has been an integral component of spiritual practices throughout history. Essential oils were used as part of many ancient religions (check out this list of oils frequently used during Biblical times!) and they can be part of your contemporary spiritual practice as well. Try diffusing some essential oils during your meditation practice. Certain essential oils are specifically suited to spiritual rituals and can help bring about a sense of focus and connection to the divine. These include cedar, frankincense, jasmine, lavender, myrrh, rose, sandalwood and ylang ylang. However, you don’t have to stick to these traditional spiritual scents: just pick the scent that speaks the most to you. If you consistently use one scent for your meditation practice, smelling it at other times is likely to bring you a feeling of peace, relaxation and focus. Take a quick whiff of your favorite meditative scent before your next stressful work meeting. You’re likely to feel a renewed connection to your spiritual side and fewer anxieties about daily life.

With all of these benefits, there is no reason not to try aromatherapy. Just be careful to shop only for pure essential oils (not watered-down “fragrances”) and read the instructions carefully. As always, be sure to check with your doctor if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.

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Oct 2018


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Oct 2018

Resveratrol- The New Wonder Drug

I love red wine; I find myself toasting many evenings with a glass of my favorite merlot. The health benefits associated with wine have been documented up and down the internet a great many times; which only serves to bolster my confidence in its healing properties. But in a brief and rather compelling study in the current issue of the highly regarded scientific journal, Cell Metabolism, found that resveratrol, the active ingredient in red wine, mimicked exercise and diet in mice.

The study prescribed eleven obese but otherwise “healthy” men to thirty days of placebo and thirty days of 150 mg of resveratrol daily in random order. The study was conducted in a double-blinded fashion; meaning neither the participants nor the researchers knew who was taking what and when. The fundamental study suggested based on prior work in animals, that resveratrol supplementation would mimic the effects of calorie restriction. Having shown early promise in mice, resveratrol has made the leap to men (with, presumably and hopefully, the same implications for women).

The restriction of calories has long been the workhorse for extending lifespan; a studies in a number of species show clear improvements in longevity with nutritionally sound, but calorically restricted diet (cutting calories by 30 percent is widely considered a “normal” level for maintenance of healthy weight). There hasn’t been any sort of human’s study, for obvious reasons, as it would take longer than the researcher’s lifespan to find out. Also, with human subjects the control factor is dramatically reduced- we all know how hard dieting can be; so finding a subject that would adhere to a restricted calorie diet to the letter could be quite challenging

This is where resveratrol comes in.

Resveratrol is a compound concentrated in grape skin, which is the foundation of all red wine. Early studies have demonstrated it to function as a potent antioxidant. That in and of itself is a health benefit; but the history of isolated antioxidant supplements is often disappointing. But resveratrol is not just an antioxidant; this antioxidant influences mitochondrial function and energy metabolism; and the most important factor is that resveratrol is a gene modifier. It influences the activity of a gene complex called SIRT1, which influences a wide array of metabolic activity; and is considered a regulator of the “health span”. It is also the gene complex influenced by calorie restriction.

In this study, the message was clear, daily dosing of resveratrol for a month mimicked most effects of calorie restriction, improving energy metabolism in muscle, improving insulin sensitivity, lowering blood pressure, and, supposedly, enhancing fitness. No adverse effects of taking resveratrol were documented.

But could it be too soon to start singing the praises of resveratrol?

As with any study, adverse effects might show up down the line. How many diet miracles, have later been shown to cause negative health repercussions? Too many to count. Calorie restriction, for instance, is associated with reduced fertility, and reduced libido; and as a female who desires to reproduce, potentially putting my libido and fertility in jeopardy is far too great of a risk for me. Although this study is still in its infancy, this news is promising and exciting; but time will tell if reseveratrol can extend our lives. It may be slightly premature to call this a wonder drug; so for now I’ll stick with my one glass of red wine a night.

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Oct 2018

Life Lessons Learned From Brewing Kombucha

Brewing Kombucha has been a part of my life for over a year now, but my love for this healthy brew goes beyond that. The health benefits associated with consuming kombucha are long and storied; namely liver detoxification, boosting digestive health and providing an energy lift mid afternoon. However, today I want to talk about some key life lessons I have learned from brewing kombucha on my own.

If you know me personally then you likely know that patience is not a virtue I possess naturally, I’ve always been an “I want it now” kind of person; but with kombucha, patience is necessary to create a strong mother (the symbiotic bacterial culture). It takes about 30 days for a kombucha baby to turn into a mother; and BOY was it hard for me to wait 30 days to start mixing up flavours for my kombucha. Truly, every day I would stare at my kombucha baby growing and wish her to grow faster; but there are many rewards for the patient, namely a strong and high yielding kombucha mother.

Beyond the first 30 days of growth, each brew takes about 7 days to come to fruition; and I have learned that patience in brewing kombucha, applies to life too. Rushing in the kitchen can lead to serious cuts and/or burns; rushing while driving can lead to accidents (happened to me September); and lastly rushing in all areas can lead to stress and an all around frazzled existence. Slow down and brew kombucha!

“A man who is a master of patience is master of everything else.”
George Savile

I’m an only child and I can freely admit that it was a steep learning curve in adulthood, adopting a sharing is caring attitude; I know all my fellow only children can relate. Growing up and never having to compromise or share with siblings creates a “me” mindset; although I have worked through my only child issues, brewing kombucha has served as reinforcement of my newfound “me to we” sensibilities.

When a kombucha mother flourishes and grows little babies (future mothers to be), they must be shared. You see, when a kombucha mother gets to be too big, she get’s bogged down and the brew becomes sluggish; however, when you remove the little babies and share them with other wanna-be kombucha brew masters, not only is the love shared, but the mother is then able to flourish and make deliciously healthy kombucha. Only children and sibling alike can learn a lesson or two from brewing kombucha!

“I’m just someone who likes cooking and for whom sharing food is a form of expression.
Maya Angelou”

  • Cleanliness is Next to Godliness

Now this isn’t to say that I operate in mess- far from it in fact; however, when working with kombucha, things needs to be positively sterile. You see, kombucha is bacteria and when you’re messing around with bacteria, you don’t want to mess around with mess- seriously; this healthy bacterial “juice” is a health dynamo, but introduce any bad bacteria and things will get crazy INCREDIBLY fast! Think black, stinky bacterial culture- yuck!

Whenever I am working with my kombucha, I clean my whole kitchen first, to ensure that nothing potentially damaging is introduced into the sacred environment that is a my kombucha brew. Now this is two fold amazing, 1) my kitchen is clean! And 2) I keep my kombucha health and thriving. If I can impart any kitchen lessons to wanna-be chef and kombucha masters, cleanliness is it; when you operate in organization and tidiness, your kitchen experience will be fun and rewarding, whereas mess just makes everything feel more hectic.

“Cleanliness becomes more important when godliness is unlikely.
P. J. O’Rourke”

The last place I would expect life lessons to sprout would be out of my spouted kombucha brewer, but life is unexpectedly wonderful like that! For more information about brewing your own kombucha, take a peek at one of my most popular videos!

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Oct 2018



4 Witches who stir up a pinch of celebrity, pop culture and old fashioned common sense
(which seems uncommon).

Meet The Witches


A She Hulk of a Witch, Elphie (if you’re nasty) has had a long tenure as an Advocate In the Fight Against Ignorance. After serving as a wet nurse to Weezy’s babies, she became Chair of the Board for the “Moisturize Your Situation Initiative”; A Not For Profit Foundation (unless you’re willing to pay) that advocates for celebrities and the general public, to stop walking around with ashy hair. In 2013 she will self publish a book of recipes using Rick Ross’ titty milk.

Contact: sexygreenthang69 @gmail. com

Fleur Delacour

Between writing for The Brew and running races like a white girl in a horror flick, Fleur’s hobbies include: helping to recruit for the race draft, watching all day marathons of “Snapped” and perfecting her Shmoney dance without compromising her bourgeoisie tendencies!

Contact: [email protected]


Piper is that witch that is just too cool for school. She’s fun, cooky, nutty and in some circles may even be considered insane. In short, The Piper is the joint! (this 3rd person isht rocks!) Piper’s got the skinny on it all too, porn, weave, tight jeans, penis texases, how to get a different boy to buy you a steak each night of the week and much much more. Piper is not for the faint of heart, she’s more of an acquired taste but be forewarned you will want more and more…

Get at me: [email protected]

Witch Hazel

AKA “Tech Witch.” AKA “Research Witch.” AKA “Shameless Plug Witch.” Witch Hazel enjoys fashion, tech, gadgets, film, a good Tami Roman smackdown, managing Blue Ivy’s playdate schedule, sending North West motivational messages, polishing 2 Chainzeseses chains and reading Tyrese’s tweets.

Contact: [email protected]

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Oct 2018

Roasted Beet Salad

This past Sunday I was nursing a mean hangover; and, although hangovers happen less frequently than they used to, I’ll be honest, they still happen.

It’s no secret that alcohol, in addition to medication and environmental factors, do quite a number on our livers; and every time I get the dreaded hangover, I can’t help but think about my mine. So in recent months I have begun to prep my liver for a night of damage.

My Saturday Liver Prep looks something like this:

  • 2 liters of water with the juice of three lemons the day of and the day after; this serves to detoxify the liver and hydrate my body.
  • 10 drops of Milk Thistle before I leave the house, 10 drops before bed; and 10 drops when I wake up- Milk Thistle repairs damaged liver cells, enough said!
  • And lastly, this liver loving salad with beets and apple cider vinegar, two very well known liver lovers!

Apple cider vinegar, in its unpasteurized state, is a potent liver tonic; as it’s rich in key nutrients, boasting a potent amount of potassium, phosphorus, natural fluorine, silicon and other powerful trace minerals and enzymes- not to mention it makes for a tasty vinaigrette. Some folks prefer to take a shot of apple cider vinegar; but making a salad dressing is way more fun!

This was my meal of choice before I headed out for a night of joviality; but, in the name of preparation, I made a family sized batch, to ensure that I had a healthy meal waiting for me when I, eventually, rose from my slumber- which proved to be a lifesaver, as I was, understandably, damaged.

This roasted beet salad isn’t merely reserved for those who plan to indulge in a few libations; it makes for a lovely breakfast, lunch or dinner!

3 large beets
1/4 cup pumpkin seed, toasted
2 tbsp apple cider vinegar
4 tbsp olive oil + 1 tbsp
1/2 tsp salt
1/4 tsp pepper
2 1/1 cups arugula

Preheat oven to 425F. Coat the beets in 1 tbsp olive and wrap with parchement paper lined foil; roast for 1 hour. Remove from oven, allow to cool; and peel by rubbing the beets with a cloth- skins should slide off. Slice into wedges.

In a small bowl, whisk vinegar with salt, pepper and the remaining olive oil. In larger bowl, toss arugula, pumpkin seeds and dressing. Arrange on plates and top with beet wedges.

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Oct 2018

Effectively Choose an Anti Aging Skin Care Product

Everyone is looking for the fountain of youth; and, although, I believe nutrition is the foundation of a youthful body and mind, skin care products can help support our efforts. Today’s guest post shows you how to effectively choose an anti aging skin care product that is right for you.


How To Effectively Choose an Anti Aging Skin Care Product

There are a lot of anti-aging products on the market these days. However, lots of key factors must be considered when you are choosing the right one for your skin. Skin type, age and the climate in which you live play a very important role in determining the type of anti-aging product that you should use. Work schedule and stress level also play a role in healthy skin and must therefore be taken into account. Choosing the right skin care product can be a simple process; however, there are a few things to keep in mind before you begin your quest for the right anti-aging product for you.

When choosing anti-aging skincare products, first look at all the different ingredients. You want results, and if a product does not give desired results, it will be a waste of both money and time. Therefore, thorough research is necessary before buying anything from food (most certainly an anti-aging product) and skincare products as well. There are many cheap options available, but you should always go for products which are genuine and reliable. The skin is our largest and most sensitive organ; and buying cheap products may cause more harm than good, due to side effects.

Next look for products which screen the skin. Sunscreens are vital to skin health. Whenever buying anti-aging products, make sure that it contains sunscreen; products having SPF 15 or higher are usually recommended by experts, however, to be on the safe side, opt for SPF 30 or above. And don’t forget about the lips, sunscreen should be applied on your lips so that they remain soft and supple.

Peptides should also be present in your anti-aging product, as they help in hydrating the cells of your skin and thus protect them from dryness and damage. Peptides are amino acid compounds that work to keep skin smooth and fresh.

Anti aging products should also contain retinal. Retinal has a high content of Vitamin A and also acts as an antioxidant. Retinal helps increase the amount of collagen in your skin; and eventually prevents fine lines, wrinkles and skin
discoloration. Retinal also benefits the texture, tone and color of the skin.

Vitamin C acts as an excellent anti-oxidant when ingested and used topically. Vitamin C protects the skin from sun damage as well as pollution, as it eradicated free radicals which are by-products of sun overexposure and pollution. Anti-aging skincare products which contain Vitamin C are essential if you want complete protection. Vitamin C
also keeps your face clear by removing any sort of wrinkles. Most products on the market contain Vitamin C; however, you should consult an expert to check the appropriate quantity that should be present in a skin care product, as this varies according to skin types.

Author Bio –

Sachin is a freelance writer who writes on different topics such as health, beauty and hair protection. He holds bachelor’s degree in electronics. He has published more than 500 articles about various topics, including woman support and health tips. His famous articles includes article on skincare products.

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