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10/11/2015 to 10/16/2015
Jump-Start Your Memoir
In Writing From the Heart, Nancy Slonim Aronie teaches us to write in our own rhythms, use our own language, and tell our own story, whether we are just keeping a journal or have a memoir in mind. More
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Rhinebeck, NY
10/11/2015 to 10/16/2015
Daniel Vitalis
Transcending Human Domestication
Daniel Vitalis guides you on a journey to bring you closer to your wild, authentic self. More
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Rhinebeck, NY

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10/11/2015 to 10/16/2015
Jump-Start Your Memoir
In Writing From the Heart, Nancy Slonim Aronie teaches us to write in our own rhythms, use our own language, and tell our own story, whether we are just keeping a journal or have a memoir in mind. More
Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
10/11/2015 to 10/16/2015
Daniel Vitalis
Transcending Human Domestication
Daniel Vitalis guides you on a journey to bring you closer to your wild, authentic self. More
Location:
Rhinebeck, NY

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Omega Institute An Elderberry Shrub Recipe by Eric Steinman
An Herbal Elixir To Keep You Vital All Winter
Now that the holiday season exists largely in our rearview, it's the season to maintain, as well as bolster, your overall health and immunity. This can be achieved (with varying results) by taking any number of supplements, herbs, or vitamins. However, there's a tasty alternative. Elderberries are loaded with antioxidants, carotenoids, and anthocyanins, which are shown to enhance and boost the immune system, and they're delicious. More
Omega Institute The Secret Life of Kirtan by Krishna Das
People ask me, “What is your experience when you chant?” I don’t know what to tell them. What I do is a little mystical and mysterious, even to me. I can’t explain it. When I sing I start to release my thoughts and feelings and the stuff of the day. I start to get quieter inside. I am singing to that loving presence that is represented for me by my guru Neem Karoli Baba. I don’t necessarily think about him, Maharaj-ji, as a person when I’m singing. It goes deeper than that. More
Omega Institute Winter Sauerkraut by Eric Steinman
Bringing Life to Your Cabbage
Most people are not prone to excitement about sauerkraut. But if you are among those that have overlooked sauerkraut, you have been missing the simplicity, as well as nutritious bounty, of possibly the best culinary use of cabbage there is. More
Omega Institute Winter Warming Smoothie
Featuring coconut milk and coconut oil, which both contain lauric acid, this smoothie recipe helps boost your immune function. The greens, combined with these healthy fats, fiber from the oats and fruit, and cinnamon, will keep you satisfied and warm all season long. More
Omega Institute Pumpkin “Mac & Cheese” With Broccoli by Suzanne Boothby
Ingredients1 cup raw cashews2 ¼ cups water, divided2, 8-ounce packages brown rice or quinoa pasta elbows or shells1 head broccoli1 shallot, dicedjuice of 1 lemon, divided1 cup canned organic pumpkin (or roast your own and mash)2 tablespoons nutritional yeast 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil, or to tastesea salt to tasteextra herbs/seasonings to taste (try sage, paprika or cinnamon) More
Omega Institute Curried Pumpkin Soup
Ingredients 2 tablespoons margarine1 onion, finely chopped1 tablespoon curry powder1 teaspoon cumin 1 lb pumpkin, peeled and diced2 apples, peeled and chopped4 cups vegetable broth1 cup coconut milk DirectionsMelt margarine in a soup pot over medium heat. Add onion, curry powder, and cumin and stir for three minutes. Add pumpkin and apple, and cook until the pumpkin is soft, stirring occasionally. More
Apple Tarte Tatin
Ingredients8 apples peeled, seeded, and cut into 8 pieces each (try Golden Delicious, Rome Beauty, or Granny Smith)2 cups evaporated cane juice (or a sweetener of your choice)3 tablespoons butterSaltPuff pastry (homemade or packaged) More
Omega Institute Best Mobile Food Apps by Eric Steinman
A World of Food Choices in the Palm of Your Hand
When choosing what to eat, it is safe to say that 90% of the time such choices are not made in front of our computers, scrutinizing the latest analytics about sustainability and pesticide concentrations. No, these choices are more often made on the go, when we are standing in wonder amongst the menus, farm stands, and variety of food options we are to navigate on a daily basis. Thankfully we have that 21st century tool, the smart phone app, that aggregates and delivers information about the food we eat with just a few swipes of our finger. More
Omega Institute Zucchini Pickles Recipe
Zucchini pickles, with their sweet tanginess, can be a delicious addition to any summer meal, especially one with grilled foods. Former executive chef at Omega FoodWorks, Christopher Fotta, developed this easy recipe for zucchini pickles. He says they're perfect alongside vegetarian “sliders” made with marinated raw organic cheddar cheese, tomatoes, and grilled shiitake mushrooms. And, making pickles is a creative way to use up all the zucchini that seems to appear everywhere in summer. More

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