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Steam squash socca flatbread failure

Posted Oct 14 2010 1:46pm

Yesterday started with bodyrock tv workout… sexy and jacked workout . Loved this one!!

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I am focused. ;) Wearing my favorite new tank that I bought from here .

october pics 709 We completed this workout in 14 minutes. Michelle and I have been trying to incorporate some yoga into our workouts therefore we do some flows as a warm-up and cool down ;)

After getting our butts kicked with our workout it was breakfast time

october pics 738 Grapefruit, apple, bok choy, lemon, chia seeds, water, stevia

october pics 732 A delicious green smoothie along with glass straw :) Why does drinking a smoothie through a glass straw so much fun?!

Than time to run some errands and ship out some online orders.

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In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month Michelle is wearing Raw Threads breast cancer long sleeve shirt . One amazing thing about Raw Threads , well besides the fact that their shirt material is bamboo (which is so soft on the skin) ALL the DESIGNS are HAND DRAWN!!! Therefore creating a one of a kind type of shirt, pretty cool in my opinion :) Want to stay up to date with their latest designs and expos click here .

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We just love the wings on the back!!!

Michelle we need our jugs of water to refill.

october pics 745 Silly girl ;)   Almost forgot the main reason we were heading to the store.

When getting back from running errands it was time for steamed socca . We have always wanted to try steaming our socca instead of skillet or baking in oven. And we had squash on hand so we thought trying pureeing up the squash to put in the socca batter somewhat similar to what we did with the pumpkin socca .

We were a little unsure of how to actually steam our socca . Here is what we came up with

october pics 771 Using a skillet full of water topped with our steamer topped with a lightly oiled (we use coconut oil) in a circle pan (this is where the socca batter will be poured into).  Pretty high class, eh :)

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Cover and let steam. Again this is our first time doing this so we were not properly prepared… ;) We had to keep refilling the skillet pan with more water because the socca was not done.

Than we gave up about after 25 minutes with the steaming and put the circle pan filled with the squash puree and garbanzo flour into the oven.

Still got impatient so we just ate the batter as a pureed mash ;) It actually was really good!! We will have to re-do our steamed socca another time!

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Later that day we had a business meeting with a friend and customer, who is helping us with our company :)   We met at Whole Foods and I picked this drink to try

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I was not a huge fan, which is surprising because I love apple cider and ginger. But for some reason I did not really like this drink. I plan to give it another try though ;)

Dinner was a creamy avocado pudding

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october pics 811 Whew… busy day ;)

Till next time… Do not forget about our Twin Cakes Bakery sale going on at our online store for Columbus Day. The sale is 20% off all orders that are over $40. Stock up now on some goodies!  Since tomorrow is the LAST day for our online store sale… here is the coupon code: ColumbusDay (for those of you who are not on twitter nor facebook who still would like to receive this discount)!!

Till next time,

Lori

Pure2raw Twin

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