Apple Cinnamon Cakes, Thai Curry Hummus, Raspberry Lemonade Smoothie, two Ascent Container Vids, 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
Good morning from Chicago!
Chicago? I thought you moved to Minneapolis.
We did! Just spending the weekend with some family before we hunker down for the winter.
So you’re sending this email from Chicago?
Well, no. We build and schedule this newsletter in advance.
Why are you telling me this? I only opened this email to look at pictures of the things you guys made this week.
Onto the recipes!
2. New recipes we’re enjoying
Apple cinnamon cake. Make ’em big or small (as pictured!). Either way, they’re terrific.
+ Thai Curry Hummus. Inspired by (the best) hummus (I’ve ever had) made by Hope Brand. Absolutely delicious.
3. Classic recipes we’re re-showcasing
Raspberry lemonade smoothie. It’s in the form of a protein shake. So for all of you looking for something creative with your blended protein powder drink, here ya go. You’re welcome.
4. Vitamix news and updates we’re enjoying
+ Do you own an 8 oz or 20 oz add-on for your Ascent Series? This new video is for you.
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5. Articles, posts, and products from around the web we’re thinking about
The good news: Big Food is struggling to grow their junk food product business in developed and educated communities. The bad news: Big food is taking a page out of Big Tobacco’s playbook and peddling their junk to developing nations. Read: How Big Business Got Brazil Hooked on Junk Food.
+From the department of “hmmph” this from Popular Science: Is there a single food that you can survive on forever?
Okay, all for now.
Thanks and good things,
Shalva and Lenny
P.S. Chicago friends. We’ll be at Chicago Vegan Mania today. Say hi if you see us roaming around!