When It comes to preparing vegan delights, I aim to use whole foods. Foods that are closest to their natural state provide the most vitality. Recipe: 2c. Cooked chickpeas 1/2 c. Vegan Mayo (use more or less to taste) Tbsp Relish 1/2 Tbsp Spicy Brown Mustard 1/2 c Chopped Celery Sea Salt Fresh Ground Pepper Fresh or Dry Dill to taste Directions: 1. Rough chop Chickpeas with knife or food processor. 2. Carefully mix all ingredients in a bowl. If you have one, use a spatula so that you do not over mash the chickpeas. 3. Let sit for 10 min to marry the flavors. 4. Serve on whole grain bread with lettuce, onion, tomato if you have it, or on healthy crackers. It makes a great dip for parties. Enjoy! Did you try it!?! Let us know what you think.
Thanks to Lululemon, I am now able to offer free 2 free classes per week to the community. "Here to be" was designed to make yoga and meditation accessible to communities all across the globe. We are headed into our 5th week, this coming weekend, and we are already growing. People are really coming together to heal in community. Yoga has been so good for me, personally. I've used it to heal chronic back and knee pain. It has also helped me to manage the stress of being a mother of three teen aged boys. That is why I am so enthusiastic about sharing it with the world. It is particularly important for me to bring it to people who look like me, and people who would not usually have access to it due to location or finances. Do you practice yoga regularly? What draws you toward or away from practicing in a community setting?