Hello dear ones! So sorry that our posts have been so few and far between in recent months, but Nicola and I have been traveling around a lot lately and we’re just settling back into sunny San Salvador again. In fact, I recently returned from a magical five-week yoga retreat and teacher training program at the Mahadevi Ashram at Lake Atitlán, Guatemala. This is not the forum to gush about this beautiful, transformative space, so I’ll limit myself to saying that in addition to hours of yogic practice, study and meditation, I also acquired some spectacular new vegan recipes. Continue reading “Vegan Chia & Banana Milk”
As you can see, I (Hilary) have been happily experimenting with incorporating bananas into less expected savory dishes. So here’s a fun twist on a tropical classic: guacamole! We premiered this dish at San Salvador’s first Vegan Picnic, which you can read about right here.
Here’s a simple, tasty, nutrition-packed & highly digestible tropical delicacy for y’all. It’s my super smoothie, otherwise known as my everything-that-was-in-the-fridge smoothie. If you’re on your game, you get crank it out in about 15 minutes. Continue reading “Super Smoothie”
Yes, that’s right, cucumber banana salad. I swear. This has become one of my favorite go-to dishes for a light lunch on a hot San Salvador afternoon. All the ingredients (with the exception of the Tahini, that is) are usually available at your neighborhood tienda, and in keeping with my [Hilary] preference for quick gratification, preparation time is all of 10-15 minutes. The result is a unexpectedly refreshing combination of tart and sweet.