2nd Day of Snow Jelly Trial – Snow Jelly, Osmanthus flowers with Milk

It’s only the 2nd day of my trial and i have 2 friends warning me about the cooling effects of Snow Jelly. i don’t know when the cough or ‘liang’ effect will hit me but if thats the only side effects i have to pay for a luminous, poreless, radiated skin.. without the eyebags.. i’m all ready for it…

Yes.. though i live in the farmlands, vanity persists out here too. 

When i was doing the usual grocery shopping, i thought of the recipe ( i will share at the end of this post) which a beautiful HIGH flier real estate friend introduced. That is my dose of Snow Jelly on this 2nd day.

Did i also mentioned that i had a terrible back strain yesterday? I realised that straining the back can happen to anybody at any ages!*Please note that this is not spoken on a defensive tone* Good thing was after 3 application of the tiger balm patch, the pain wasn’t so acute anymore though. Am really praying hard for full recovery FAST… i wana get back on the TRACK. Literally.

Just as i thought that i could spend half a day resting by staying attached on my chair, 2 bus loads of church goers stopped & alighted at the Farm. There was absolutely no notice sent to us and obviously we were caught with limited manpower and preparation for these 90 people. Everyone was going for the free snow jelly sampling and the organiser started helping himself to the sampling pot and dishing out the sampling cups to the rest of the bus load.

Wow.. WELCOME TO THE FARM & PLEASE MAKE YOURSELF AT HOME!!!

Oh well, those of you, snow jelly lovers out there, you have to try this very simple recipe.

150ml Cold Fresh Milk

4 tbsp soaked Snow Jelly

1 tsp osmanthus flowers

Put these together in a cup, stir well and serve cold! You will feel your skin gleaming after this serving of snow jelly milk! Enjoy!=)

 

 

 

It is never too late

to document a journey.

But also, it is because of this interesting place an job that it is worth recording:)

There is no greater joy than being a ‘froggy-guide’ when the kids visit the farm!

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