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With midterms and grades all coming to a close, many of us here at NDA can feel like we are in a vortex of stress and sleepless nights. I am certainly one of them at this time in the year. By some chance I found myself recently venting to my my best friends sisters aunt about this somehow. A strange connection I know, but it must have been meant to be because it turns out this women is a pro at learning how to de-stress. She literally abandoned what she was doing and went to go urgently teach me how to meditate when she heard about the stress toll I was under. On top of countless tips she gave me on meditation and breathing she told me a great recipe that I through to share with you all. She told me about “the buddha bowl.” There are apparently different names for this but I like buddha bowl.

Buddha bowls are basically a healthy assembly of healthy and de-stress foods all in one bowl. Hence the name “buddah,” this bowl actually makes me calm and feel really energized and healthy after I eat. I have actually made something similar to them before and they are delicious.

What you need:

(this can vary for buddha bowls, but this is what I used for mine)

Recipie writer, Isabella Cammarata, actually prepared these

Recipie writer, Isabella Cammarata, actually prepared and photographed the ‘Breakfast Buddha Bowl’

Breakfast Buddha bowl:

  • 1 cup quinoa(follow cooking instructions)
  • 3 tablespoons coconut yogurt
  • Pomagranet seeds
  • Blackberries
  • kiwi
  • Almonds

Make it:

Put your quinoa and yogurt in the base of the bowl first, and mix them together. Compile all your other ingredients on top. Eat and be zen.

 

 

 

Lunch Buddha Bowl:

Recipie writer, Isabella Cammarata prepared and photographed the

Recipie writer, Isabella Cammarata prepared and photographed the ‘Lunch Buddha Bowl’

  • 1 cup quinoa(follow cooking instructions)
  • 1 avocado (sliced)
  • 1 Cup kale
  • Raw or boiled dices of butternut squash
  • CORN
  • Chick peas(cooked or not) *if you toast them in an oven or get them baked(either works)

Compile all ingredients. Eat. Be Zen. Be Happy.

*JUST A NOTE: I tend to ball park some of these recipes, so if you mess up, just keep going on any of the recipes and see how it turns out.

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