You won’t believe how easy this dish is! Instead of cooking the insides, rolling them up in leaves, and baking, you can stir fry all the ingredients, adding them one at a time, until viola! you have a pan full of yummy goodness.
I substituted ground beef with ready made veggie meatballs which I had stacks of in the freezer and no real plan on how to use. Once you roast your ‘meat’, then you can add the rest of the ingredients, one at time, until tender. So yummy, even the herbivores in my circle chowed down.
Unstuffed cabbage! Instead of ground beef, meatless meatballs crumbled as substitute. #nomnomnom #homemade #veggie #vegan #instafood #instagood
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Hope it was a good one for your too. Great things ahead!
If like me, you have an iPhone and are amazed by how great the camera is, then you might also want to know how to trick it out beyond the dimly lit Instagram photo of your last meal.
Enter Camera+, the app I love that has the effect of a mega-camera upgrade for the price of $1.99. Want to see? Proof below. Of our toddler. With Camera+ I crib with confidence all the poses I love from Pintrest and the blogosphere. Once I’ve finished editing the photo (more options than Instagram and higher quality filters, crops, and effects), I don’t touch it again while uploading to other social media sites.
Then I found out about Juxt-a-posed, an app that allows a layering effect with multiple photos. Here are two examples: the left is one of our second little guy and his garden photoshoot. Below are the many faces of a friend during her pole dancing performance (yes, that takes serious strength). You can upload from Juxt-a-posed to Instagram with the hashtag #JUXT to see what creative ways others are using layering.
What camera apps or tricks do you recommend? Remember: no matter the app, natural light is what you need for optimal photos.