Yoga+Music (not quite 365) –Yours, Mine & Ours by The Pernice Brothers – Recipe Edition!

It’s Tuesday and that means the Recipe Edition!

Every fall I find myself shelling out big bucks for container after container of fresh pomegranate seeds – ruby-red sweet/tart crunchy gems of deliciousness.

Aren't they pretty?

{click the picture for more information on this lovely treat}

Recently as I was munching away on a bowl full of these tiny treats, a friend told me she spent the weekend eating pomegranate seeds too. Her mom extracted the seeds for her and truth be told, I was green with envy.

Why isn’t anyone handing me giant bowls of these babies?

I have mangled enough pomegranates to know I am probably better off having someone else get those treats out for me.

And then I remembered the magic of the Internet!

A little research and tada!

A how to video

I have been liberated from my dependence on Trader Joe’s.

What are your go-to healthy foods?

How do you change your diet based on the season?

Send me your recipe and you may find yourself featured here!


Today’s yoga brought to you by the Gentle Yoga of Madeleine at It’s All Yoga. {She’s December’s Featured Teacher – stay tuned for an interview later this week.}

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4 thoughts on “Yoga+Music (not quite 365) –Yours, Mine & Ours by The Pernice Brothers – Recipe Edition!

  1. I too love pomegranates. When they are on sale, as they were recently at Nugget and Bel-Air for about $1 each for huge ones, I buy a bunch because I find they last a long time. I wonder if using the water as in the video is really that useful. I score the sides and just pull the seeds off. I’ll try the video’s method and see… Thanks for sharing!

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