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!

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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.}

Today’s music is

{click the album cover for more information}

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Yoga Teaching Update:

FREE Fridays at 4:30 with the new It’s All Yoga teachers (21st and X in Sacramento) – you’ve got to sign up online www.itsallyoga.com.

These classes are for every body – level 1/2. Bring your friends!

Looking for a restorative YogaNap ? How about December 10th? Please check my teaching schedule for more details.

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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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