What about quinoa flour? I know I have some of that I-bought-it-because-it-sounded-cool-but-now-I-don't-know-what-to-do-with-it stuff. It could easily replace chickpea flour...right?
Lets just say it worked...like teeth through a price tag!
by CharPrep Time: 5 minsCook Time: 5 mins 6018293
Ingredients (10 -15 (depending on size))
Combine all ingredients in a medium bowl and whisk until smooth consistency.
In a large frying pan over medium-high heat, add some more oil and pour the batter into pan. Watch closely as it doesn't take long for one side to firm up. Keep flipping until desired texture and done-ness (I liked some a little crispy!).
Sprinkle with sea salt when socca is done.Powered by Recipage
Ready in 5 minutes flat and delicious. That's what life lessons are all about.
And this, my friends, is how you make do while working out at home when you have none of the equipment (ie: equalizers, large box/steps) required to do the workout
I call this one TV stand step-up.
Chair and mop bar pull-ups.
Equalizing abs without the equalizer.
I suppose it's better than using your finger to brush your teeth. ;)
Side note: this marks day 5 of working out in a row while off school!!!
QUESTION: What are some of the ways you "make do" with what you have?