Some recipes call for graham cracker dust and I believe that a good replacement for Graham Cracker Dust is Dried Goji berries crushed to a powder. In fact it makes a great dip when mixed with Virgin Olive Oil, garlic spices and Bell's Pizza Punch.
You can use it for dip for vegetables like carrots, bell peppers, artichoke heart, cauliflower, celery, and broccoli. One recommendation is to mix some Ginseng dust by breaking apart a capsule. The special sauce I call it - works well on BLT with avocado or mixed with salsa and/or guacamole for a great dip too.
You can eat this while working on the computer, writing articles or as a snack and you will have brain food and energy to write "lots of articles" and still maintain quality and become a self-actualized writer if you wish. Just because a recipe says to use a certain type of product to make a dish does not mean you cannot experiment with new things that are healthier for you.
Goji berries are known to be very healthy and they give you energy. Did you know that Attila the Hun gave goji berries to his horses and his men before writing into battle to kill and conquer the enemy? Now that is an interesting tidbit of history isn't it? Makes you want to go out and buy goji berries right now and let them dry and crush them into a powder to add to all your foods.
Maybe this will help you in your business, sports or just give you extra energy so you can kick butt all day in a very happy and healthy way, so go get your goji berries today and then get busy and don't delay. Now this is good advice what do you say?
L. Winslow is an Economic Advisor to the Online Think Tank, a Futurist and retired entreprenuer. Currently he is planning a bicycle ride across the US to raise money for charity and is sponsored by http://www.Calling-Plans.com and all the proceeds will go to various charities who sign up.