Recipe for Dinner
120 ml/4 oz/1/2 cup plain yoghurt 300 ml/1/2 pt/1/2 cups Mayonnaise ( 305)
15 ml/1 tbsp sugar
Mix together all the ingredients. Store in a screw-topped jar in the fridge.
120 ml/4 oz/1/2 cup soured (dairy sour) cream or double (heavy) cream
600 mill pt/1/2 cups Mayonnaise ( 305)
Mix together the soured or double cream and the Mayonnaise and add lemon juice to taste. Store in a screw-topped jar in the fridge.
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Utilizing these practices may help to reduce stress and improve mood and overall functioning39 in day to day life as you begin the journey with your tiny, yet great addition to your life and family. If you are reading this chapter because you are in your first trimester, congratulations! If you are in the pre-conception phase but just reading ahead, you will be there soon! One of the most interesting and important facts about the first trimester is that there are no extra calorie needs unless you are underweight at the time of conception. During your first trimester, if you are carrying a singleton, you will require an average of 1800 calories, given the fact that you are in normal weight range. In the future, you will need an average of 350 additional calories (beyond the baseline of 1800) in the second trimester, and an average of an additional 450 calories (beyond the baseline of 1800) in the third trimester. If you are carrying twins, guidelines say you should consume 300 extra calories per day in the first trimester, 680 extra per day in the second trimester, and 900 extra per day in the third. If you are expecting triplets, you will need an average of 450 extra calories in the first trimester, 1,020 extra in the second trimester, and 1,350 extra in the third trimester. No two women are the same so if you are unsure of how many calories is appropriate for your baseline or added calories, there are free pregnancy calculators that are easily accessible online, or consult with your health care provider.