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しそ(青じそ・大葉)を使った人気の簡単レシピ・メニュー


あさり• 油揚げ• 厚揚げ• アボカド• いわし• うなぎ• 梅・梅干し• えのきたけ• エリンギ• おかひじき• オクラ か行• かじき• かつお• かぼちゃ• カリフラワー• かれい• キャベツ• きゅうり• 京にんじん• 切り干し大根• きんめ鯛• ぎんなん• 空心菜• くちなしの実• クレソン• くわい• グリーンアスパラガス• グリーンピース• 高野豆腐• 小松菜• こんにゃく• ごぼう• ゴーヤ(にがうり) さ行• さつまいも• さやいんげん• さやえんどう• さわら• さんま• しいたけ• しし唐辛子• しめじ• しょうが• じゃがいも• じゃこ、しらす• すずき• スプラウト• ズッキーニ• セロリ• そら豆 た行• たけのこ• たちうお• 玉ねぎ• たらこ・明太子• ちょろぎ• チンゲン菜• チーズ• ツナ缶•...

しそジュース作り方!味わい方3選と、長期保存のコツは砂糖の量


お鍋に入れるつくねはよく作る私ですが、フライパンで作る事はしませんでした。 大葉には、免疫力を高め殺菌力も強いので、ちょこっとお弁当用のパスタに入れるのもお勧めです。 豚のみそしそ巻き 材 料(2人分) 豚ロース薄切り肉・・・・10枚 しその葉・・・・・10枚 みそ・・・・小さじ1 砂糖・・・・小さじ2 酒・・・・・小さじ1 豚の薄切りだと、味噌としそを巻いてみましょう。 逆に毎日20~30枚食べるほうが・・・難しいかもw なすと大葉の超うま味噌炒め 材料 (4人分) なす(中)・・・4~5本 大葉・・・・・・10枚 ごま・・・・・・適量 みそ・・・・・・大さじ1. 5 酒・・・・・・・大さじ2 みりん・・・・・大さじ1 七味・・・・・・適量 ゴマ油・・・・・小さじ1 サラダ油・・・・小さじ1 塩・・・・・・・少々 砂糖・・・・・・大さじ1 味噌とよく合う茄子、そこへしそを入れると、作り置き出来る常備菜の出来上がり!冷めても美味しそうです。 自宅の庭で育てた事がありますが、食べきれないほどの「しそ」が出来てびっくりしました。


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そのままかける プレーンヨーグルトやかき氷にかければ、さわやかなアクセントに。 アイスクリームを添えたり、ソーダをかけたりしてもおいしくいただけます。 煮出して絞った後のしその葉は、少量ずつ広げて電子レンジで乾燥させ、カラカラに乾かして塩やごまと合わせれば、しそのふりかけができますよ。 さわやかな味わいをいろいろな方法で楽しみながら、暑い夏を乗り切りましょう。 でき上がったしそシロップは、冷蔵庫で冷やして割れば、すぐにジュースとして飲むことができます。


青じその健康効果 認知症予防効果 アルツハイマー型認知症の原因となる悪い物質の蓄積を青じその成分が妨げることが近年の研究でわかったそうです。 青じそ月見どんぶり <食材>• 青じそ 70枚• しらす 好みの量• 温泉卵 1個• ニンニク醤油(にんにくおろしチューブ+しょうゆ で良い) <作り方>• 青じそは千切り• 青じそ 25~30枚• にんじん 60g• 薄力粉 100g• 片栗粉 50g• 鶏がらスープの素 小さじ1• 水 150g• 酢 大さじ1• いりごま <作り方>• 青じそは千切り、玉ねぎ・にんじんは薄く千切りし、ほかの材料と一緒に混ぜる• 中火で片面こんがりと焼けたら裏返して裏面も焼く• たれは材料を混ぜるだけ。 これは商品名。 冷凍保存 水気をよく拭き、2・3枚づつキッチンペーパーで包みさらにポリ袋に入れて冷凍保存します。 青じそが葉だけの状態で売られるときに「大葉」と呼ばれるそうです。


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ERROR 500 - INTERNAL SERVER ERROR

500 errors usually mean that the server has encountered an unexpected condition that prevented it from fulfilling the request made by the client. This is a general error class returned by a web server when it encounters a problem in which the server itself can not be more specific about the error condition in its response to the client.

In many cases this is not an indication of an actual problem with the server itself but rather a problem with the information the server has been instructed to access or return as a result of the request. This error is often caused by an issue on your site which may require additional review by your web host.

Please contact your web host for further assistance.

There are a few common causes for this error code including problems with the individual script that may be executed upon request. Some of these are easier to spot and correct than others.

File and Directory Ownership

The server you are on runs applications in a very specific way in most cases. The server generally expects files and directories be owned by your specific user cPanel user. If you have made changes to the file ownership on your own through SSH please reset the Owner and Group appropriately.

File and Directory Permissions

The server you are on runs applications in a very specific way in most cases. The server generally expects files such as HTML, Images, and other media to have a permission mode of 644. The server also expects the permission mode on directories to be set to 755 in most cases.

(See the Section on Understanding Filesystem Permissions.)

Command Syntax Errors in .htaccess file

In the .htaccess file, you may have added lines that are conflicting with each other or that are not allowed.

If you would like to check a specific rule in your .htaccess file you can comment that specific line in the .htaccess by adding # to the beginning of the line. You should always make a backup of this file before you start making changes.

For example, if the .htaccess looks like

DirectoryIndex default.html
AddType application/x-httpd-php5 php

Then try something like this

DirectoryIndex default.html
#AddType application/x-httpd-php5 php

Note: Due to the way in which the server environments are setup you may not use php_value arguments in a .htaccess file.

Exceeded Process Limits

It is possible that this error is caused by having too many processes in the server queue for your individual account. Every account on our server may only have 25 simultaneous processes active at any point in time whether they are related to your site or other processes owned by your user such as mail.

ps faux

Or type this to view a specific user's account (be sure to replace username with the actual username):

ps faux |grep username

Once you have the process ID ("pid"), type this to kill the specific process (be sure to replace pid with the actual process ID):

kill pid

Your web host will be able to advise you on how to avoid this error if it is caused by process limitations. Please contact your web host. Be sure to include the steps needed to see the 500 error on your site.

Symbolic Representation

The first character indicates the file type and is not related to permissions. The remaining nine characters are in three sets, each representing a class of permissions as three characters. The first set represents the user class. The second set represents the group class. The third set represents the others class.

Each of the three characters represent the read, write, and execute permissions:

  • r if reading is permitted, - if it is not.
  • w if writing is permitted, - if it is not.
  • x if execution is permitted, - if it is not.

The following are some examples of symbolic notation:

  • -rwxr-xr-x a regular file whose user class has full permissions and whose group and others classes have only the read and execute permissions.
  • crw-rw-r-- a character special file whose user and group classes have the read and write permissions and whose others class has only the read permission.
  • dr-x------ a directory whose user class has read and execute permissions and whose group and others classes have no permissions.

Numeric Representation

Another method for representing permissions is an octal (base-8) notation as shown. This notation consists of at least three digits. Each of the three rightmost digits represents a different component of the permissions: user, group, and others.

Each of these digits is the sum of its component bits As a result, specific bits add to the sum as it is represented by a numeral:

  • The read bit adds 4 to its total (in binary 100),
  • The write bit adds 2 to its total (in binary 010), and
  • The execute bit adds 1 to its total (in binary 001).

These values never produce ambiguous combinations. each sum represents a specific set of permissions. More technically, this is an octal representation of a bit field – each bit references a separate permission, and grouping 3 bits at a time in octal corresponds to grouping these permissions by user, group, and others.

Permission mode 0755

4+2+1=7
Read, Write, eXecute
4+1=5
Read, eXecute
4+1=5
Read, eXecute

Permission mode 0644

4+2=6
Read, Write
4
Read
4
Read

The .htaccess file contains directives (instructions) that tell the server how to behave in certain scenarios and directly affect how your website functions.

Redirects and rewriting URLs are two very common directives found in a .htaccess file, and many scripts such as WordPress, Drupal, Joomla and Magento add directives to the .htaccess so those scripts can function.

It is possible that you may need to edit the .htaccess file at some point, for various reasons.This section covers how to edit the file in cPanel, but not what may need to be changed.(You may need to consult other articles and resources for that information.)

There are Many Ways to Edit a .htaccess File

  • Edit the file on your computer and upload it to the server via FTP
  • Use an FTP program's Edit Mode
  • Use SSH and a text editor
  • Use the File Manager in cPanel

The easiest way to edit a .htaccess file for most people is through the File Manager in cPanel.

How to Edit .htaccess files in cPanel's File Manager

Before you do anything, it is suggested that you backup your website so that you can revert back to a previous version if something goes wrong.

Open the File Manager

  1. Log into cPanel.
  2. In the Files section, click on the File Manager icon.
  3. Check the box for Document Root for and select the domain name you wish to access from the drop-down menu.
  4. Make sure Show Hidden Files (dotfiles)" is checked.
  5. Click Go. The File Manager will open in a new tab or window.
  6. Look for the .htaccess file in the list of files. You may need to scroll to find it.

To Edit the .htaccess File

  1. Right click on the .htaccess file and click Code Edit from the menu. Alternatively, you can click on the icon for the .htaccess file and then click on the Code Editor icon at the top of the page.
  2. A dialogue box may appear asking you about encoding. Just click Edit to continue. The editor will open in a new window.
  3. Edit the file as needed.
  4. Click Save Changes in the upper right hand corner when done. The changes will be saved.
  5. Test your website to make sure your changes were successfully saved. If not, correct the error or revert back to the previous version until your site works again.
  6. Once complete, you can click Close to close the File Manager window.

The permissions on a file or directory tell the server how in what ways it should be able to interact with a file or directory.

This section covers how to edit the file permissions in cPanel, but not what may need to be changed.(See the section on what you can do for more information.)

There are Many Ways to Edit a File Permissions

  • Use an FTP program
  • Use SSH and a text editor
  • Use the File Manager in cPanel

The easiest way to edit file permissions for most people is through the File Manager in cPanel.

How to Edit file permissions in cPanel's File Manager

Before you do anything, it is suggested that you backup your website so that you can revert back to a previous version if something goes wrong.

Open the File Manager

  1. Log into cPanel.
  2. In the Files section, click on the File Manager icon.
  3. Check the box for Document Root for and select the domain name you wish to access from the drop-down menu.
  4. Make sure Show Hidden Files (dotfiles)" is checked.
  5. Click Go. The File Manager will open in a new tab or window.
  6. Look for the file or directory in the list of files. You may need to scroll to find it.

To Edit the Permissions

  1. Right click on the file or directory and click Change Permissions from the menu.
  2. A dialogue box should appear allowing you to select the correct permissions or use the numerical value to set the correct permissions.
  3. Edit the file permissions as needed.
  4. Click Change Permissions in the lower left hand corner when done. The changes will be saved.
  5. Test your website to make sure your changes were successfully saved. If not, correct the error or revert back to the previous version until your site works again.
  6. Once complete, you can click Close to close the File Manager window.