Fluffy Pancakes, Coco-Lime Sorbet, Farewell to Hawaii, and More!
Hi! Here’s what’s new, exciting, and thought provoking from our Life is NOYOKE world.
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1. New blog posts, site updates, and other things we’re proud to be sharing
We published our February 2017 Vitamix Usage Report. (Inside: A ridiculously cute niece / nephew pic.)
+ This is the last 5 Good Things newsletter of Q1 2017. We’ll be back on April 15th with new recipes and some exciting news!
+ As we say farewell to Hawaii, here’s a YouTube vid looking back at our time in Honolulu.
2. New recipe posts we’re drooling over
Dear friends who don’t do bananas: Here’s a creamy, delicious, banana-free smoothie (that uses squash instead). We’re calling it the Sa-Squash.
+ A quick and refreshing dairy-free frozen dessert made with coconut and lime. It’s really dang good, and is appropriately named Coco Lime Sorbet.
3. Classic recipe we’re re-showcasing
Fabulous pancakes you can make in your Vitamix and (be proud to) serve the whole family. They’re vegan, hearty, but still deliciously fluffy. So, so good. A rebooted classic Oatmeal Pancakes (that may have been what sold Shalva on me).
4. Vitamix news and updates we’re enjoying
Canada friends: This is so crazy. You can still get Free Priority Shipping with our links to vitamix.ca and promo code. It’s an C$80 value, and I’m not sure when it’s going away. Could be tomorrow. Do take advantage. With questions about pricing, availability, etc. check out our page for Vitamix shoppers in Canada.
+ United States friends: The Smoothie Box offer! It ends March 31st! (This is your final reminder, as we’re on break next week.)
+ Looking for something to put in your modern kitchen? The A3500 is now available in Bright White!
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5. Articles, posts, and products from around the web we’re thinking about
Introducing the Tsimane, a native population in the Amazon. Through a combination of eating mostly plants, doing lots of walking, and maintaining a relatively healthy weight, they have the healthiest hearts in the world.
Okay, all for now.
Thanks and good things,