I had a brief downtime to play in the kitchen between teaching yoga classes today and created a simply delicious vegan bowl that my belly felt inspired to share! It's a triumvirate of nutritious plants: sweet potatoes (high in Vitamins A, C and B6 and manganese and potassium), kale (high in Vitamins A, K and C) and organic tofu (which includes all essential 9 amino acids that your body can't make on its own).
Ingredients for 1 serving:
Here are the steps to make it:
How did you like it? Would/Did you add or subtract anything to the recipe? Share your experience below!
Want to dive deeper into wholesome plant-based cooking? Itzel of Wild Love Vegan Foods will guide a class on weekly meal prep at our Women's Wellness Retreat, Thrive Together, and cater all our meals with her delicious vegan creations! Check out the itinerary here for May 6-9, 2022 and come join us!
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REviews of Root 2 Rise Yoga with Michelle chua:
Michelle truly lives out what she teaches. She is so much more than a yoga teacher - I learned this when I went on her exquisitely curated trip that she organized to Costa Rica this past June 2018...Hopefully like me, you'll be delighted by her effervescent love of movement, nature, and all people!
Michelle clearly stands out with her beautiful and bright energy. I love how her practice and teaching encompass body, mind and spirit. She not only teaches yoga but lives and exudes it.
Michelle not only teaches 'yoga', she embodies it fully with her heart and soul...
Michelle is by far one of the best instructors I've ever had, period. Patient, clear in her explanations and demos, and so encouraging...
My first yoga class was with Michelle years ago. You can have the best (yoga pose) sequence and not teach from your heart. With Michelle, I also feel her passion when I'm in her class. I can see she loves what she does, and she inspired me to want to teach yoga, too.
I'm so grateful to have met Michelle! Her kind energy opened up my interest in pursuing yoga and meditation. She is such an incredibly light and soul. She starts with grounding ourselves through mindfulness and breathing exercise. She brings the most authentic energy to the class by sharing the history and understanding behind poses, names, and techniques. I truly appreciate her work and impact on my well-being!
I’ve had dozens of instructors over the years, but Michelle is far and away the best yoga mentor I’ve ever practiced with. She epitomizes grace during these difficult times. Michelle has saved my sanity and my back while working from home, keeping me grounded with her sharing of yogic teachings and meditation techniques. Her repertoire of physical asanas is encyclopedic, and I’ve loved learning new poses and stretching my boundaries. Jump in, all. You’ve got this!
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