Whether we think it’s right or wrong, our personality and character is often judged by the clothing we choose to wear.
If we have never tasted a particular food before and take a bite, we will instantly know to finish it, or not. The impression we give others by what we wear can be as instant as that bite of food.
So, does it really come down to what we want to wear when it comes to certain areas in life? After all, most of us think we live in a free moral and thinking society. Well, the answer is no!
Maybe we love to wear shorts and a t-shirt as it’s comfortable and these clothes help us to feel more like ourselves. But, what if we had a job interview? Are we free to go in our shorts and t-shirt? Yes; if you don’t want the job that is.
To ensure a higher success rate of acquiring the job you would dress smart and formal. It would be a more conservative look to ensure you don’t give off the wrong impression.
Have you heard of the ‘WALMART’ dressers? These people visit the shopping hall in their pyjamas!! Personally, I could never do that.
I want to wear what makes me feel good about myself but I also recognise that if I want to be accepted into society I need to be flexible in my dress and grooming.
How do you feel about dressing to be accepted?
Gluten Free Brazilian Tapioca Crepes Recipe
Ingredients for eight crepes:
- 3 cups (350g) – Polvillo Doce / Goma (also called Manioc Starch – Gluten free)
- 1 1/2 cups (350ml) water
In a medium bowl, sprinkle water over the polvillo doce and the salt and combine with your fingertips.
Gradually add more water while rubbing the mixture between your hands until it looks like coarse breadcrumbs and your are able to shape it into a ball without any mixture sticking to your hands.
Now press the ball through a sieve. Your ready to start making crepes!
Heat a non-stick pan over a medium heat. Put one eighth of the mixture in the skillet and spread it evenly with the back of a spoon. Cook for two – four minutes or until mixture sticks together forming a flat cake.
Turn with a spatula and cook the other side for a minute. Repeat the process with remaining mixture until you get a stick of crepes.
A little tip:
For breakfast try spreading a little butter on them while they are still hot and add two tablespoons of shredded coconut.
Pour over a little sweetened condensed milk evenly over the crepe, add coconut, fold the crepe and serve.