The Nadi Yogis are Ben Heath and Hilly Flora. This is a journal of their escapades, intentions, discoveries and awarenesses as they actively work toward living an authentic life through the practice of yoga.

Best Tofu Ever

Best Tofu Ever

Posted on 26 Aug 2013 in Recipes, Uncategorized | 0 comments

The Best Tofu in the World! Okiedokie, so here is a recipe for the BEST tofu in the world, yes that is quite the boast, but honestly this is the tofu you have been wanting to make; its crispy without being burned or fried, it goes perfectly with noodles, rice, quinoa and brussel sprouts (pictured) [...]

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Rice Crispy Treats Made With Love. . . Not Bones and Cartilage

Posted on 09 Jul 2013 in Quick, Recipes, Uncategorized | Comments Off

Vegan Crispy Rice Treats I have had quite the sweet tooth recently and I’m not really alarmed, nor do I feel any real need to remedy the situation. So here is a super quick and easy vegan cereal treat; instead of being made from GMO corn/rice product and the connective tissue excretions of our animal [...]

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Super Easy Vegan Burrito/Taco Filling

Posted on 03 Dec 2012 in Quick, Recipes | Comments Off

This filling is so a brilliant addition to your lunch or dinner rotation. It’s inexpensive, packs a good 30 to 50 percent of your daily protein needs depending on your view of that part of nutrition and it has kale, which is my personal favorite veggie of all time. Enjoy and let me know how [...]

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Special Guest post from Allison and Iris: Vegan Tamales!

Posted on 12 Jun 2012 in Chakra, Guest post, Recipes, Uncategorized | Comments Off

Usually on Tuesday I post my chakra awareness for the week from the class that Ben and I co-teach on Monday nights. This week however we went to an event on Monday and so the chakra class was put in a holding pattern until next week. So today I have a very special guest post [...]

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Creamy Dipping Sauce

Posted on 01 Jun 2012 in Quick, Recipes | 0 comments

Creamy Horseradish Sauce: Here is a quick, easy and amazing dipping sauce for all your crispy baked creations (baked tofu, Potato crisps, etc.) I also like to use it as a sandwich spread. You can make less and use it all right away or make more and it will keep in the fridge for 3 [...]

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