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May 22nd, 2012

I invented an awesome smoothie flavour

After hearing from Adria Vasil that spirulina has been shown to help allergy symptoms (and since my air conditioning is broken and windows are wide open – cue sneezes), I whipped up a morning smoothie with what I had in the kitchen and it turned out pretty good – and pretty, too, a nice light spring green. (No pictures – drank it too fast.)

Blend two bananas, a teaspoon of spirulina, a tablespoon of peanut butter, a cup or two of frozen mango, some water and some protein powder if you like. Spirulina can be tweaked to taste and you could use another nut butter instead of peanut, I’m sure. Enjoy!

January 31st, 2012
Don’t eat fish but I would make this without the salmon. (via {flavor stories} my kinda winter salad… - Oh Joy!)

Don’t eat fish but I would make this without the salmon. (via {flavor stories} my kinda winter salad… - Oh Joy!)

January 30th, 2012

justwanttobehealthyandfit:

Quinoa Taco Salad with Tofu, Mango, Avocado and Lime

(click photo for recipe)

Looks really good. I might use black beans instead of tofu.

Reblogged from melanie-loves-yoga
January 22nd, 2012
This raw peach pie looks so good – can’t wait for peach season! (via We Like It Raw - Raw Food Goodness: Mimi Kirk’s Peach Pie)

This raw peach pie looks so good – can’t wait for peach season! (via We Like It Raw - Raw Food Goodness: Mimi Kirk’s Peach Pie)

January 3rd, 2012
Beets in the oven right now… this soup looks super tasty. (via 2012 Whole Living Action Plan | Whole Living)

Beets in the oven right now… this soup looks super tasty. (via 2012 Whole Living Action Plan | Whole Living)

October 29th, 2011

These vegan black bean and butternut squash burritos look delish.

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