Posts made in March, 2011


Vegan Frittata


Posted By on Mar 29, 2011 in Blogs, O2 Vegan Blog | 0 comments

Vegan Frittata Last spring we had a wine tasting and paired it with all vegan food. We had chocolate mint cupcakes, hummus, dolmas with lentil quinoa stuffing, macadamia nut cheese with tarragon, and a vegan frittata. Many people asked me for the frittata recipe, and it’s easy as pie! (Or should I say tart?) Anyway, this is really yummy. I got it from a recent recipe in VegNews (Vegnews.com). I have made only slight changes, so they...

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Peanut Butter, Chocolate & Banana Smoothie Now I know there are all kinds of smoothie aficionados out there. I also know that people really like to make smoothies that are uber-healthy with greens and such. It makes sense for sure, but I think in the middle of winter, even a smoothie should be like comfort food. Whenever I get bananas that get too ripe, I peel them and then put them in the freezer. They are then ready and waiting...

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Why We travel


Posted By on Mar 22, 2011 in Blogs, O2 Yoga Blog | 3 comments

My husband and I made a commit to each other that we would continue to do 3 things; follow our dreams, continue to travel, and make being together as a family our biggest priority.  So far so good!  In fact we are approaching a major trilogy of anniversaries; our marriage, our son Dylan, and the Somerville studio turn 10 this year. Following Dreams I talked about this in the previous post.  Following your dreams doesn’t mean...

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Vegan Nachos!!!


Posted By on Mar 21, 2011 in Blogs, O2 Vegan Blog | 0 comments

Okay, so I have tried every vegan cheese under the sun and they just don’t do it for me. The most recent one is Daiya which is decent and does melt. However, it still has that weird after taste. Now, I have had it out at restaurants and it was great. Once at The Other Side, I had vegan nachos with Daiya cheese and they were really good. I just don’t like to cook with it myself. I was wondering down the street in Bisbee,...

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“There are many definitions of yoga, -yoga as the movement from one point to another, higher one -yoga as the bringing together, the unifying of two things -yoga as action with undivided, uninterrupted attention These definitions of yoga have one thing in common: the idea that something changes.  This change must bring us to a point where we have never been before.  That is to say, that which was impossible becomes possible;...

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