First, check out my Recipe page – I finally organized ALL of my recipes and they’re in one place for easy access. Let me know if you try any of them.
I’ve been having oat bran every morning for over a week now. I don’t want to get sick of it, so I decided to try something new-ish today. It was still oat bran, but it was cold! I made “overnight oat bran”.
- soak overnight: 2/3 cup oat bran (dry measurement), 2/3 cup almond milk, ~1/4 cup water, cinnamon (I think I might have used too much actually)
- add in the morning: 3 tablespoons PB2 (not macrobiotic), 2 tablespoons water
I’m not really sure how I feel about overnight oat bran. It tasted a little odd, and I think I prefer the chew of cooked oat bran. It was a good experiment though. I’ll have to see how it does with the full-ness factor.
Before I had my overnight oat bran I did some gentle yoga from YogaDownload.com. First I did Detox Yoga #2 (20 minutes), and then I did Gentle Hatha Yoga #1 (20 minutes). I’m getting into slower yoga since I’ve been sick, and it’s kind of nice. I’m appreciating it more than I used to.
In the news:
- Your Morning Pizza by Mark Bittman (about Whole-Grain Breakfasts)
My friend (and fellow yogi) sent me that article yesterday. A lot of the points that Bittman makes are ones that us food bloggers already know – whole grains are full of fiber, keep you full longer, and help you maintain a healthy weight. He offers some new ideas as well (a polenta pizza, breakfast risotto, and breakfasts from around the globe like Chinese congee). Check it out if you have a chance.
Don’t forget to check out the Recipes page – it’s broken down by meal (breakfast, lunch, dinner, salads, soups, sides, desserts) and most of them are vegan/vegetarian.