Blind Alive – More Answers, New CD’s, and a Recipe

 

 

Many times, when talking about this newsletter, we’ve said we’ll only write when we have something to tell you. And believe it or not, there’s still more to let you know.

Lately, much of the news has surrounded our brand new Barre Method Level One Workout, and we have just a bit more before we move on to other things. Just when we thought we had answered all possible questions, you surprise us with more.

If you haven’t listened to our podcast and heard us pronounce it, Barre is pronounced like Bar. Some synthesizers are saying it like Berry, and other interesting variations. And speaking of our podcast, Mel interviews Jennifer Kern, the voice behind this workout on Podcast 66.
We’ve also been receiving questions about our workout downloads. You can get the workout as a single long file, or you can get it broken into tracks to more easily choose the segments you would like to do. If you have the folder containing the individual files, and you want to play the whole thing, just press Enter on the M3U file we have included.

We’re happy to let you know that CD’s of Chair Yoga and the Whole Body Stretch are now here. You can order them through our website, or contact us for more help and information.

As we said before, Podcast 66 contains an interview with Jennifer Kern, but it also contains a “Let’s Eat” segment, which is a favorite with many. On this one, Peggy gives us some unusual recipes using cauliflower. You can make your own riced cauliflower, or buy it in the frozen foods section of your grocery store. The fascinating thing is that you can use it nearly anywhere you use rice. We went exploring to see if it could even be used in dessert, and it turns out that it can. Here is one of many recipes we found – this one from the Cookies to Kale site.

CAULIFLOWER RICE PUDDING
PREP TIME 8 mins
COOK TIME 8 mins
TOTAL TIME 16 mins

This recipe for Cauliflower Rice Pudding is amazing! This grain free pudding is chewy, sweet, and perfectly satisfying. You can’t even tell that it uses cauliflower! Fat free, sugar free, paleo, vegetarian, gluten free and PERFECT
Author: Cookies to kale
Recipe type: Dessert
Cuisine: Paleo
Serves: 1-2 servings
INGREDIENTS

  • 3½ cups Riced Cauliflower (I used trader joes pre-riced frozen cauliflower)
  • 1 cup boxed coconut milk (almond, rice, etc will work too)
  • 3 tsp cinnamon
  • 2 packets stevia (or more depending on your sweet preference)
  • ¼ cup Boxed egg whites

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Combine 1½ cup cauliflower with milk to a sauce pan, turn to medium heat
  2. add remaining ingredients (minus the remaining cauliflower), and bring to a simmer (about 4-5 minutes)
  3. add remaining ½ cup cauliflower until you get desired consistency (you may not use it all)
  4. turn flame to low
  5. stir constantly until thickened (about 4-5 minutes)
  6. Cover and allow it to continue to thicken
  7. ENJOY!
  8. *It’s best if you refrigerate overnight!

Before closing, I would like to take an opportunity to thank all of you who purchase the workouts. You are the reason I do this. I truly hope they are helping you feel strong and happier in your body. If you like them, please let your friends know about us. I have noticed that some of you have many or all of our workouts. This is validating, and your orders, both  for yourself and as gifts are treasured!

We love hearing from you. Whether you write with words of praise or let us know when something’s not working for you, we want to know. We want to develop workouts and provide information that will meet your needs where you are. Remember, you can comment on our Facebook page, follow us on Twitter, or subscribe to our informative chat list.

Good health to you,
Mel

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