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A review & a new section

Posted Mar 03 2010 12:00am

Product Review: Kaia Foods

Things you need to know about them:

Kaia foods was founded with the belief that our health is best supported by eating an abundance of minimally processed whole foods. We sprout, mix and dehydrate our organic foods at low temperatures so that they remain ‘raw.’ No baking, frying, bleaching, or weird processing steps!

keep it simple. That’s our philosophy towards food and our philosophy towards life. Eat whole foods for great health. Exercise daily. Laugh and smile often. Hug everyone. Be mindful of your choices and their impact on the earth. The keys to health and happiness are really that simple.

1% of sales. As part of our mission to improve quality of life through proper nutrition we invest 1% of sales in fighting hunger. We currently donate to  The Hunger Project and to the  United Nations World Food Program .

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First thing that I tried was Lime ginger fruit leather

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Ingredients are all organic and really short list.

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Taste: The ginger flavor is noticeable but very subtile, I personally like strong ginger flavor, so I’d add some ginger to it.

Coco’s rating: 3/5

Vanilla Pear

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It’s more moisturized than the ginger one. Chewy and slightly sweet. This is my favorite one. I would have it as snack everyday! ;)

Coco’s rating: 5/5

Spiced Apple

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as you can see, it’s a little bit dry. The flavor is good but not strong enough. I’d add more spices to it.

Coco’s rating: 3/5

Goji orange

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This one is my second favorite. It’s moisturized and good flavor combo.

Coco’s rating: 4/5

Garlic & Sea salt sprouted sunflower seeds

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I really like this flavor. Sea salt is a great addition to any nuts, but the garlic powder adds another kick. I find sprouted seeds crunchy (which is really good even though they’re not roasted).

Coco’s Rating: 5/5. I’ve been using it as oatmeal topping everyday! :D

Teriyaki flavor

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It’s an interesting flavor but didn’t taste too teriyaki (which is good. It would be weird to have teriyaki oatmeal ;) )

Coco’s Rating: 4/5

Buckwheat Granola

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This is definitely a treat! It’s crunchy, chocolated, perfectly sweetened and I can’t believe it’s raw!!!

Coco’s rating: 5/5

Yesterday, before my friend left I made him oatmeal

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his combo: oat, silk soy milk, 1 egg, sunflower seeds garlic & sea salt and almond butter.

And here’s mine: oatbran, silk soy milk, cottage cheese and sunflower seeds

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love the crunchy addition! :)

New section

I used to record my daily routine in this blog (for me) and for some reason I stopped doing that (afraid that readers will find it boring). But yesterday when I saw the calender that it was March, I got shocked! I felt like I did nothing in February and it’s already gone. I know that I’ve worked a lot but as I don’t see much progress on my thesis, I felt that I’ve wasted time. So I’ll start recording daily routine here again, you can totally ignore it, it’s just for me.

So yesterday

8.30-2.30 at school (work, seminar)

3.30-5.30 home (work)

5.30-7.00 gym. I had my first whole body muscle work in 2010!!! :D

Q: How do you keep track of your daily routine? I mean, do you use an agenda or dairy?

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