There are a few forms barely can come in, but the most common is in "pearl" form removed from the grass, husk, and bran, the pearl inside is what we find at most grocery stores because they are more palatable and easy to cook. The pearls maintain a lot of their nutritional benefits … Continue reading Just Mad About Barley
Chia seeds! These are on my top ten healthy foods to know about list. They are power packed, so easy to add to a ton of dishes, and cheap af. Buy a big bag in bulk and sprinkle it on just about anything for a boost. First of all, yes chia seeds are the same … Continue reading The Benefits of Chia Seeds
This month's featured book is by the amazing yoga teacher Rachel Brathen. Originally from Sweden, she's been yoga-ing around the globe for many years sharing her practice, wisdom, and colorful spirit with others. Her book Yoga Girl came out fairly recently and has been extremely well received. Once you open the book it's easy to … Continue reading Book Club: Yoga Girl
It sounds really fancy and exclusive, but actually it's open for anyone and everyone to join - it's still fancy though, kind of. 😛 This is a fun gift to get for yourself, maybe as a way to keep you motivated and feel rewarded for staying on track with your goals or to remind you … Continue reading Have you Joined The Yoga Club?
Have you ever tried to teach kids yoga before? This is a really cute book geared towards teaching the little ones how to do the same poses the big kids are doing. The illustrations are bright and cheerful and the descriptions are clear and cute. It honestly is a fun book to have out to … Continue reading Good Night Yoga
Despite its neutral color, cauliflower is a wonderful veggie loaded with tons of nutrients. Here's a fun recipe to try featuring cauliflower that has been chopped finely in a food processor and drained of it's excess juice to create a dough that is easily made into tortillas. You can test out how this works for … Continue reading Cauliflower Tortillas