Minimalist Veganism and a Chai Recipe
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Hello my friends!

I missed last week’s post because I was spending all my time on my latest project and trying to figure out priorities and time management.  All of this is fine now!  As of now, I will be writing to you on Thursdays.

Today I wish to share with you my latest project that was taking up so much of my time, an eBook called “Minimalist Veganism.”  It is now on sale on Amazon and you can get it here:

http://www.amazon.com/Minimalist-Veganism-Nathalie-Brisebois-ebook/dp/B00JFE3SG0/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1396551055&sr=8-1&keywords=minimalist+veganism

The book is essentially covering the health aspect of being vegan:  your digestive system and nutrients required by your body and why veganism can provide you with all you need and none of what you do not need.  It also covers the major diseases and how they are linked to a non-vegan diet. There is a section on how being vegan does not have to cost an arm and a leg. Whether you’re talking about money or time!  I give tips and tricks to save on prep time for food and $ on grocery bills.   Last but not least, there is a section on all my favorite recipes:  breakfast, meals, desserts and snacks.  Some are what I already shared here and others are brand new!

On another note, as you may or may not know, I have been looking for the perfect homemade chai recipe.  Over the last few months, I have been trying many of them and there was always something not quite right.  I think that the last one I have tried might be the one! And it is in fact, the simplest one!

Chai Tea Recipe:

1 tsp Seven spices mix (you can get that at your grocery store)
2 black tea bags
2 cups ml boiling water.

Infuse the water with the tea bags and seven spices mix for 5-7 minutes.
This becomes your chai concentrate.
You can keep it for a few days on the countertop or in the fridge – I keep this in a mason jar.

When you feel like a Chai, warm up 1 1/2 cup almond vanilla milk in a pot.

Pour in a cup 1/2 cup of the Chai infusion and add to it the warm milk.

This can actually make up two regular size Chai teas or a huge one if you like. Just like me, you can have your Chai in a bowl!

Let me know what you think of this recipe and if you have another one!  I would love to try it!

Lastly, thanks for reading my posts. Do not hesitate to join me on social media – it would be a pleasure for me to get to know you better!

love&peace,
nath
xox
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