1. Watching the northern lights as I pee off my porch in the middle of the night.
2. I can reach everything I need in my kitchen without taking a single step.
My two least favorite things:
1. I think I smell like a homeless person due to a lack of laundry facilities.
2. I'm still wearing my coat and long johns and we've been home from work for two hours (takes a while for that wood stove to kick in).
Anyhoo- has anyone tried this before?
I was shocked to find it in a notoriously ghetto grocery store in Wasilla. I've tried a lot of bottled/boxed coconut water and to me, that guy tasted extremely close to this:
On the topic of favorite Mexican beverages, I took a stab at raw horchata. I put homemade almond milk in Viv with a dash of vanilla, a few hearty shakes of cinnamon, and a little raw honey. I think it tasted quite a bit like the real deal.
|I love it when Viv makes things frothy! |
I was craving Indian food the other day, and happened upon a recipe for Vegetable Samosas on Russell James's Raw Chef website. I made only the inner workings of the samosas, to use as a topping for raw crackers.
First impressions: I liked it because it tasted strongly of Indian food (garam masala in particular), but I didn't like it because it tasted strongly of Indian food. Does that make sense? After eating it as a snack for a couple of days I decided that I would indeed make it again.
Russell James's fancy schmancy pictures had me so excited that I started the lengthy process for his Spinach and Wild Mushroom Quiche. (If you make his recipes, you get to call zucchinis "courgettes"!) I greedily lapped up the bits of crust dough stuck to the FP blade, so I'm guessing the recipe will be a keeper.
Question: Do you have a favorite "energy" drink? My two faves are coconut water and kombucha.