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|Go Veggie... |
|Many nutrition experts recommend eating some vegetarian meals to reduce saturated fat and cholesterol. A great way to 'go veggie' now and then is to try a variety of ethnic options.
For Chinese, try vegetable & tofu stir-fry.
Greek - vegetable stuffed eggplant.
Middle East - falafel, hummus or tabouli.
Indian - dhokla or vegetable curry& lentil dishes.
Mexican - vegetarian bean burritos.
|Certified Craniosacral Therapy ~ 'Nurture' ~ Pam Tilitzky |
|Specialty: Craniosacral Therapy|
Nurture offers a calm space with various modalities and integrated treatment options.
Focus is put upon crafting a treatment plan specific for each person's needs. Craniosacral, Reflexology, Massage,
|Approaching Emotions and Wisdom through the Dhyani Buddhas with Lama Lena|
|Date: Aug 2, 2016|
Location: Kelowna & Central Okanagan
The Dhyani Buddhas represent the basic mandala in ourselves, our environment and in the cosmos. Each represents a negative quality and the transformed aspect of that which is natural wisdom.
|Free Meditation Gift from Cindy Smith|
|I recently recorded a meditation during one of my webinars and personally loved this one so much I wanted to send a New Year gift to everyone. |
|Irish Soda Brown Bread (No Yeast)|
Description: Baking is back and everyone wants a slice.
The truth is, though, that in some parts of the world, baking never went away. In some parts of the world, long walks end in buttered brown bread and huge mugs of tea. In some parts of the world, smoked salmon must be eaten with an oven-fresh loaf and a squeeze of lemon.
We happen to know where that part of the world is.
The Food Revolution sped through Ireland and its legacy is a tasty one. Foraging is a food trend favourite and Burren Lamb is gracing plates from Clare to Canberra. Galway and Louth oysters are making their way steadily up the list of most delicious delicacies, and cafés have embraced the cappuccino as a long lost beverage brother.
In short, Ireland is tasty.
But no matter how funky food gets or how innovative chefs become, a country should always save space for the classics.
In Ireland’s case, that classic is Soda Bread.
Baked is beautiful
“People are waking up to the smell of real bread again – I’m thrilled and delighted.”
“When you think about it – it’s a complex carbohydrate, it’s full of fibre, and it keeps you full for much longer than a slice of processed white bread would. It’s also seriously delicious.”