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This ain’t your store bought pudding. Avocado pudding.

Here’s what you’re going to do with Avocados, besides spooning it (not snuggling it). But let’s start off with my pointing out that I think Spring in NY is awesome. It  brings about a fresh perspective, juice cleanses galore, smiling faces, and florescent crazy 80′s colors to our cute yoga/workout outfits. Love me some florescent. […]

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Quinoa and Steel Cut Oat Brekkie

Keen-wah! I visualize myself doing some cool kung foo kick while saying that out loud (such a dork). It’s obvious I just like saying the word….kind of like my obsession with making a song out of the sanskrit word “eka pada rajakapottasana” (aka: pigeon pose). Say what? It’s a yoga pose…those of you have have heard […]

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Apple Pie Chia Seed Pudding.

I always wanted a Hairless Harry. You know, the chia pet. I never did get one but I have to say the seeds are way cooler to play with because of the way they expand and become mucilaginous (big word for gooey) much like tapioca pudding. That either grossed you out or got you out […]

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Before the Bananas go Bad.

What is a girl or guy to do with bananas that are just about to walk off your counter or permanently glue themselves to a bowl with potential fruit fly disaster?  I ask myself this question, often. Hi, my name is Jen, I more often then not allow bananas to rot.”  Let me elaborate.  Yesterday […]

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A piece of my heart belongs to India.

So I thought i’d share a few pics and tidbits about my trip and quite a few photos for your visual pleasure. I hope you enjoy! In a nutshell, words cannot describe the experiences I had the past few weeks traveling throughout India. But I’m going to try my best to share a little piece of […]

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It has been DORMANT.

Photo Credit: www.pinterest.com It’s a dormant growing season at the moment, in New York at least. And frankly, this blog has been pretty dormant. The definition of dormant is: In terms of flora, many trees lie dormant during winter, i.e. not growing, just like seeds remain dormant until they are given the stimulus to grow (soil, water, […]

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