I started my day with a super creamy, super satisfying, and super delicious bowl of banana oatmeal. I used this recipe again, and it was super.
I think I’ve found a winner with this recipe! I also added cinnamon, vitamin D mushroom powder, and two spoonfuls of almond butter to the mix.
Three Questions Thursday
Welcome back, Three Questions Thursday! (Click on the Three Questions Thursday link for ALL of the Q & A’s. My goal for tomorrow is to organize all of these questions on my FAQ page, so please hold me to it!)
I’ve read in your blog that you had some injuries and I was curious as to how you stayed in shape. I figured you might have some great ideas for how to stay strong even in the face of injury. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Injuries are the worst, and I’ve had my fair share of them over the years. Here are a couple of posts I’ve written about how I stayed in shape when I was injured:
Your dedication to Crossfit lately is inspiring. It has got me thinking that I need to try it out. Have you seen results body wise, like inches lost and weight loss? You already look incredible, but the workouts are so intense and unlike anything you have done, I was curious to see how your body reacted.
Great question! After my first month of CrossFit, I wrote this post about the changes I’ve seen. As far as inches lost and weight loss, I’ve actually gained a few pounds—Mal has too! My 2-month CrossFit anniversary is next week, so I’ll have some more updates for you guys then.
What is truffle salt?
Truffle salt is sea salt blended with truffles (mushrooms). It has a rich, earthy, and musty flavor, so I love sprinkling it on dishes for a finishing touch of flavor. Truffle salt goes really well with salads, roasted veggies, eggs, pizza, pasta… pretty much anything to which you want to add a strong, savory flavor.
If you’re wondering what the difference is between white and black truffles, here’s a great explanation. It mostly has to do with where and when they’re grown.
Help Support AHA By Sending An E-Card
I love this initiative! Just in time for Valentine’s Day!
When you send an e-card from now until the end of American Heart Month on Feb. 29, CanolaInfo will donate $0.20 to the American Heart Association (AHA) up to $20,000!
Just go to http://www.canolainfo.org/heartcard/ and send an e-card to someone you care about. It’s FREE and you can help save lives! Plus, it’s fun because you can pick from design options for the card!