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The Right Way to Wash Your Hands

How to Wash Hands
Germs hide in many places.

After watching these videos, I learned that germs are hiding in many areas of your hands. It is not just about singing a song or counting 20 seconds. There are critical areas to clean that I was missing. 

It is my hope that you will share this with everyone you know. The more people who properly wash their hands, the less chance we have of exposure to unwanted viruses, diseases, bacteria, etc.

So get to a sink, grab some soap and see if you find some areas of your hands which need attention.

Hand Washing – Are you missing any areas?

Dr. Ron Weiss Shows You How to Properly Wash Your Hands.

Here are written instructions:

I encourage you to watch both videos as they are short and very informative.

  1. Get your hands wet.
  2. Apply soap.
  3. Lather soap between palms by rubbing palms together.
  4. Alternate rubbing the palm of one hand over and on the back of the other hand. (be sure to separate your fingers so that the fingers of the top hand get between the fingers of the bottom hand).
  5. To clean the surfaces of the backs of the fingers, interlock hands placing bent fingers in fist of opposite hands.
  6. Alternate between hands with each hand taking turns being the top hand. Remember to clean thumbs.
  7. Grab thumb of one hand in fist of opposite hand. Rotate fist around the thumb and then repeat for opposite hand.
  8. Remember the fingertips. Germs hide in around the nail plate.
  9. Use circular motion with fingertips on opposite palm of each hand. Pull back finger tip from nail of each individual finger with thumb / other finger of that hand. Remember the wrists.
  10. Grab wrist with opposite hand. Rotate wrist while holding in opposite hand. Rinse with CLEAN water.
  11. Any water temperature which feels comfortable for you is acceptable. You may wish to use a towel to operate the faucet or door handles (especially in public areas)

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Be Strong, Be Well and Be Green!

Cashews, Cheese (vegan), Dressings and Sauces, Hey, I Can Make That!, Recipes, red pepper, Traveling, Tumeric, Vegan Twists on Old Favorites, Vitamix or Nutribullet

Instant No-Cooking Travel Vegan Cheese Sauce

Melty Stretchy Gooey Vegan Nacho Cheese

Thanks to our Green Star member JoAnn for this outstanding recipe!

No cooking! You can put this in a ziploc bag.It can be made in a NutriBullet! 🙂 or any high-speed blender and is great for traveling!! 

Check out the recipe demo!

Servings: 3 cups

INGREDIENTS

1 cup instant potato flakes or dried potato
1 tsp veggie broth powder(optional)
1/2 cup almond flour or raw cashews
1 Tbsp organic cornstarch or 2 Tbsp tapioca flour
3-4 Tbspnutritional yeast (non-fortified)
1 tsp garlic powder (no salt)
1 tsp onion powder (no salt)
1/2 tsp paprika or smoked paprika
1 good pinch turmeric, optional/purely for color
2 1/2 cups very hot but not boiling water
1 tsp vinegar, apple cider
2 tsp lemon juice
1/2 cup shredded carrot (or 2 tsp carrot powder)
1/4 medium onion, cut into 4 pieces (or increase onion powder to 1 Tbsp total)
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***OPTIONAL ITEMS***

*1 Tbsp light miso (see note)
*1 pinch cayenne pepper
*4 drops liquid smoke or 1/2 tsp chipotle powder
*1 roasted red pepper from a jar (pat dry)
*1/4 cup low sodium, well-drained salsaor pico de gallo
*patted dry, jarred jalapeno peppers
*for mac and cheese: add 1 Tbsp prepared mustard or 1 tsp mustard powder
*Hot sauceSTEPS1) Place all the ingredients through the turmeric into a bowl (or 2 cup liquid measuring cup)and stir together.2) Add the water, lemon juice, vinegar, carrot, and onion to the blender jar. Add any of the optional ingredients.

3) Pour the dry ingredient mixture into the blender jar. Cover and blend away. (See note)*

NOTES

*Blend about 3 to 5 minutes. If using aNutriBullet, blend until it stops. Release the vacuum on the cover and retighten. Reset the blender and blend again. Repeat 2 or 3 more times.

*Refrigerate! Will thicken as it cools.

*Cannellini beans (white kidney or great northern) can be substituted for the almond flour or cashews.

*Add the miso for a wonderful umami addition to the sauce

*This recipe can be doubled, tripled, etc.

* This recipe can be prepackaged by adding all the dry ingredients into zip lock baggies and adding the heated water and choice of acid when you want to make!!!.

*There are prepackaged vinegar packets but vinegar is cheap, does not need refrigeration, and you can use just about any type including distilled white only (no need for lemon juice.

 

Please remember to follow me by clicking on the FOLLOW link.

Also, Subscribe to my Be Green With Amy YouTube Channel for recipe demos, lifestyle hacks and more! 

Need someone to get you through this? Contact Amy. 

 

I have helped many people maintain this lifestyle. If you would like help with learning other ways to navigate this lifestyle, please contact me for a coaching session. I have learned many strategies, tips and hacks while coaching people since 2012. I would love to help you be successful as well.

If you would like to help support my blog, consider shopping on my AmazonStore for Whole Food, Plant Based kitchen gadgets, books, food, home delivered food and more!

If you would like to donate to help me with the costs of maintaining this website, recipe development, social media publicity and more, please donate here

Amy holds a Plant-Based Nutrition Certificate from T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies and eCornell

Be Strong, Be Well and Be Green!

 

Barbecue, BBQ Grill, Carrots, Easy Delicious Recipes, Instant Pot / Pressure Cooker, Kids, Main Dishes, Meat Substitutes, Recipes, Snacks, Vegan Twists on Old Favorites, Vinegar

Hot Dogs (Shh.. most people/kids don’t know it’s vegan)

carrot dog

You won’t miss hot dogs at the next Barbecue. You can even bring these in a container to throw on your friends grill!

Thanks to our Green Star members Beverly & John for this awesome, “Tastes like a hot dog!” recipe as demonstrated here on BeGreenWithAmy YouTube.

Ingredients:

Toss carrots in sauce then transfer all to the Instant Pot. For smaller carrots, turn the Instant Pot on manual for 4 minutes, then quick release. For larger/thicker carrots, cook on manual for 6 minutes and then quick release.

You can sear them on a grill pan or grill (optional).

Beverly likes to save her left over marinade in the refrigerator.

Check Out These Awesome Barbecue Recipes!

If you would like help to learn ways to navigate this lifestyle, please contact me for a coaching session. I have learned many strategies, tips and hacks while coaching people since 2012. I would love to help you be successful as well.

If you would like to help support my blog, consider shopping on my Amazon Store for Whole Food, Plant Based kitchen gadgets, books, food, home delivered food and more!

If you would like to donate to help me with the costs of maintaining this website, donate here

Amy holds a Plant-Based Nutrition Certificate from T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies and eCornell

Check out Beverly’s Pinterest board for lots of plant-based recipes.

Be Strong, Be Well and Be Green!