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Joanna Tovia added this to We Are Framily: How to Build a Fabulous Friendship Group6 February 2018

Foodie friends have it easy – take turns picking the restaurant, hold a monthly dinner party, share recipes you stumble upon that you know a friend would love.

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Personalising the space: Each of the women has brought her own style into the common spaces, and the layout was a combined effort. “We all helped in figuring out how things should be arranged,” Coleman says. “Emma and I have cool little models that we’ve made for university placed around the house – that’s kind of our stamp.” Aspiring curator Thoeming says she likes to leave the decorating to Kwarda Tuivaga, who’s a stylist. However, she recently made her own contribution: “I put together a photo wall for the living room, with some cute prints in mix-and-match vintage frames,” she says. “We all brought in some furniture for the common areas, and even had a scavenger hunt for free furniture, which turned up some goodies. I gave some breakfast bar seats I found a coat of white paint to freshen them up.” What they like to do together at home: They have different schedules but catch up at regular Sunday brunches. They also occasionally do themed Monday night dinners, which give them another chance to cook together and chat about the day. “We don’t have enough room for a dining table, so every time we host a house dinner, we eat Japanese-style, on the floor, sitting around the coffee table,” Upton says.“We don’t have a TV, so when we’re together, we spend our time just chatting in the living room,” Kwarda Tuivaga says. “We have really big parties here too.”

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Françoise Seguin added this to entretien6 May 2018

5. Mieux digérer Après un repas trop lourd, le bicarbonate est un remède naturel très efficace pour mieux digérer et stopper les ballonnements. La raison est simple : ce produit a des vertus acides. Il suffit de diluer une cuillère à soupe de bicarbonate dans un verre d’eau et de le boire d’une traite. Le goût salé n’est pas fameux, mais le résultat en vaut la peine. Si vous ne supportez définitivement pas sa saveur, inspirez-vous des Anglais et de leurs digestive biscuits, en incorporant une cuillère de bicarbonate à vos recettes de biscuits secs.

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Valérie Mbang added this to Bicarbonate de soude6 December 2017

5. Mieux digérer Après un repas trop lourd, le bicarbonate est un remède naturel très efficace pour mieux digérer et stopper les ballonnements. La raison est simple : ce produit a des vertus acides. Il suffit de diluer une cuillère à soupe de bicarbonate dans un verre d’eau et de le boire d’une traite. Le goût salé n’est pas fameux, mais le résultat en vaut la peine. Si vous ne supportez définitivement pas sa saveur, inspirez-vous des Anglais et de leurs digestive biscuits, en incorporant une cuillère de bicarbonate à vos recettes de biscuits secs.

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