How you shampoo with baking soda: Put the mixture in a bottle (and it sounds like a squirt bottle is most handy) and shake REALLY well before applying. After wetting your hair in the shower, apply the baking soda mixture to your scalp and rub in a circular motion all around – focusing on the scalp, not the rest of your hair. Rinse well.
Then, you “condition” the ends of your hair with a mixture of apple cider vinegar and water.
How you condition with ACV: Mix 2 Tbsp apple cider vinegar with 1-2 cups of water. Either just rinse the ends of your hair with the whole thing, or rinse your entire head with it. For now, I’m going to stick with the ends, because I’ve read that – especially in the beginning while your scalp is adjusting – too much ACV on your scalp could cause more overproducing of oils.
Saturday, August 24, 2013
Campfire Apple Crisp
Author: BS’ in the Kitchen
Recipe type: Dessert
The classic flavours of apple crisp, made campfire friendly!
- 3-4 apples (chopped)
- ⅓ cup oats
- ¾ cup brown sugar
- ½ cup whole wheat flour
- 1 tsp cinnamon
- ⅓ cup butter
- 2-3 tbsp white sugar
- aluminum foil
- In a bowl add oats, brown sugar, whole wheat flour and butter, mixing with a fork until pieces of butter are evenly dispersed throughout the mixture.
- Add in your chopped apples, cinnamon, and white sugar, mixing together.
- Take three long pieces of aluminum foil (about a foot and a half), fold each side up and pinch the ends together forming a boat-like shape.
- Place the ingredients in the center of the aluminum foil, folding the sides over and pinching to seal the package.
- You can also make individual packages, by folding like the image above!
- Place on a grate over the fire pit, cooking for about 15-20 minutes.
- If your fire doesn’t have a grate, place the package in the fire pit, on the edge furthest from the flames, rotating once after 10 minutes of cooking.