Showing posts from August, 2018

Basic Khichadi-A Nourishing Ayurvedic Diet

A nourishing Ayurvedic diet can do wonders for the body, mind and soul. Whether it was raining outside or the mood is gloomy, my father recommended to eat ‘Mung khichadi’ and drink ‘Golden Milk’. Mung Khichadi with ghee is easy to digest, warm and nourishing.
While Golden Milk is calming and uplifting. How to Prepare A Nourishing Ayurvedic Diet- Basic KhichadiIngredients: One cup Basamati RiceOne cup (or half cup if you are Vata type) yellow mung beans1T grated fresh ginger1T lemon/lime juice½ t ground cinnamon½ t ground cloves1T whole black peppers1T whole cumin seeds1t ground turmeric powder1T Ghee (clarified butter)a few fresh curry leaves (optional)¼t ground asofoetida (hing)½t fenugreek (methi) seeds (optional)Salt to tasteMethod: Rinse rice and Mung dahl thoroughly and soak for fifteen-twenty minutes. In a medium saucepan, heat ghee and add all the spices (cumin seeds first) except turmeric. Saute the spices then add Turmeric. Add rice and mung daal. Saute well. Add six cups of …

Cabbage Lasagna

INGREDIENTS 1 large head cabbage, leaves separated
2 tbsp.extra-virgin olive oil, plus more for baking dish
1 onion, chopped
2 cloves garlic, minced
1 1/2 lb.ground beef or ground turkey
1 (28-oz.) can crushed tomatoes
1 tbsp.balsamic vinegar
1/4 c.torn basil leaves

Kosher salt
Freshly ground black pepper 3 c.ricotta
2 eggs, beaten
1/4 c.grated Parmesan, plus more for serving
3 c.shredded mozzarella
DIRECTIONS Preheat oven to 350°. In a large skillet over medium heat, heat oil. Add onion and cook until onion is soft, about 5 minutes. Stir in garlic and ground beef, breaking up meat with a wooden spoon. Cook until beef is no longer pink, about 6 minutes; drain excess fat. Add crushed tomatoes and balsamic vinegar. Bring mixture to boil then reduce heat and simmer for 20 minutes. Season with salt and pepper then stir in basil. In a medium bowl, combine ricotta, eggs, and Parmesan. Grease a large baking dish with olive oil. Spoon a thin layer of sauce into bottom of baking dish. Add a layer of cabbage…


Hello rockers! Here is a workout that is quick, fun and a great one to do at home. I will be adding this as a burnout to my Bodyrock LIIT. She is a great at home trainer. Go check out her page.  She has great recipes, exercises and motivation! ~Tiffany💗
Let’s HIIT it! Join me for a fast and effective HIIT workout! “HIIT” stands for high intensity interval training, and it’s one of my favorite ways to train because of how efficient it is. In just 15 minutes, this strength-building, full body circuit will get your heart rate up and your muscles working. Get ready to #stopdropandbettyrock your way to a stronger version of you! You’ll want some weights (or full water bottles), an elevated surface, and maybe a little extra padding for the kneeling moves – the most important thing though is to make the workout convenient for your set up. Feel free to modify things your own way as needed. I’ll show you modifications and ways to increase th…

Advanced Athlete Super Challenge Workout by 12 Minute Athlete

Hello 12'ers!
 Today I will be doing these along with my Bodyrock LIIST today. I don't have a pull up bar so I wll be doing a bent over row + burpee. But click on the written exercise to get to the video to show you how if you don't know the exercise! Alright it is time to get busy! ~Tiffany💗
Workout equipment: Workout type: Challenge Timer setting: Stopwatch Repeat 3x: 5 Burpee pull ups
20 Box jumps
20 H

The Best Karaage

Author: Seonkyoung Longest Ingredients 4 skin-on chicken thighs, each thighs cut into 6 pieces1 tsp grated ginger1 tsp grated garlic (approximately 1 clove garlic)1 Tbsp soy sauce or tamari1 Tbsp sake1 Tbsp mirinpinch of black pepper½ cup   potato starch arrowroot flour frying oil avocado or coconut oilTo Serve Karaagehandful salad greens or thinly sliced cabbagelemon wedgeskewpie mayonnaise Instructions In a mixing bowl, combine chicken, ginger, garlic, soy sauce, sake, mirin and black pepper give a good mix so chicken will coat evenly with the flavors. Cover with a plastic wrap and let it marinate for 15 to 30 minutes in a fridge.Heat frying oil 350°F in a thick bottom pot, such as dutch oven or cast iron wok/pot.Bring cornstarch on a shallow plate. Coat each pieces of the chicken with the cornstarch one by one and shake the excess off.Carefully drop the chicken pieces one by one into the hot oil and fry for 5 to 6 minutes or until golden brown fully cooked. Do 2 to 3 batches dependin…

How Long Should a Product Take to Work (Eva Naturals)

We all invest in new skincare products clinging on to the promise of youthful skin that glows. Like any other beauty junkies out there, you have perhaps discovered a shiny, new product from a beauty blogger or recommendation from a beauty advisor. After all, if it worked for them, then it would probably work for you too, right? However, your skin didn’t look or feel any different. Did you do it wrong? Is the skincare product not right for your skin? How long should you wait before you get to see results? I understand the waiting game for new skin care products to start showing results can be quitedepressing. But good things come to those who wait and this is particularly true for skin care. When it comes to anti-aging skin care products, there are not enough quick fixes or overnight formulas out there. Patience indeed is a virtue when it comes to beauty routines, as almost all products require an average of 90 days of use before yielding wonderful results. As a rule of thumb, you can…