underbara du.
rachel, 24, beach bum, yoga teacher, island girl. i think... there is always two sides to every story (sometimes three or four, but that usually means there is tequila involved). as to life. it's not black or white, it's black and white and hopefully pink and sparkly inbetween... you can teach yoga and still love to party. meditate and ignore your spending problems. be vegan and eat too much chocolate. have a swedish passport and live in the caribbean. you can do anything, as long as its you.

the beat of your heart is the rhythm of your soul.
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wonderful, you.
2-minute lunch. I love sprouts. They’re super good for you, full of vitamins and live enzymes… And delicious😊 

If you love sprouts too, grow your own! Put half a cup of dried beans in a big glass jar and cover with three times as much water. Cover the jar with a cheesecloth or pantyhose or anything that breathes and water can drain through (if you have a sprouting jar use that, obvio). Seal with a rubber band to soak overnight. Drain the water the next day and rinse the beans (through the cloth!). Leave the jar somewhere dark for a few days, rinsing twice per day and turning the jar once in a while so the sprouts have space to grow. When they have grown big, place them in the sun for a day to get some chlorophyll. Then enjoy! Keep them in the fridge and they’ll last you a week. Try mung beans, chickpeas, sun flower seeds, wheat berries and alfalfa seeds. Don’t sprout soy or kidney beans as they’re toxic when sprouted. I put sprouts in salads, wraps, sandwiches, stir-fries… Even smoothies sometimes. Yum!

#healthyeverydamnday #eatlivefoods #nomnomnom #sprouts
  1. 2-minute lunch. I love sprouts. They’re super good for you, full of vitamins and live enzymes… And delicious😊

    If you love sprouts too, grow your own! Put half a cup of dried beans in a big glass jar and cover with three times as much water. Cover the jar with a cheesecloth or pantyhose or anything that breathes and water can drain through (if you have a sprouting jar use that, obvio). Seal with a rubber band to soak overnight. Drain the water the next day and rinse the beans (through the cloth!). Leave the jar somewhere dark for a few days, rinsing twice per day and turning the jar once in a while so the sprouts have space to grow. When they have grown big, place them in the sun for a day to get some chlorophyll. Then enjoy! Keep them in the fridge and they’ll last you a week. Try mung beans, chickpeas, sun flower seeds, wheat berries and alfalfa seeds. Don’t sprout soy or kidney beans as they’re toxic when sprouted. I put sprouts in salads, wraps, sandwiches, stir-fries… Even smoothies sometimes. Yum!

    #healthyeverydamnday #eatlivefoods #nomnomnom #sprouts

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