Starting the day with vegetables in pancakes rather than fruit makes me feel so good. This gluten-free crepe recipe was inspired by uttapam we have enjoyed in India as well as Korean kimchi pancakes. The tradition of serving a pickled vegetable with most meals is shared by both Indian and Korean cuisines, so why not marry the two when it is delicious to do so! Makes 4 medium sized pancakes (good for 2 adults depending how hungry you are!) Ingredients: 2 cups of gluten free flour 1 cup of water 3 Tbsp juice from the kimchi jar 1 Tbsp gluten-free soy sauce or tamari 1
Trans masculine belly dancer Kamrah of Chicago talks about key differences in Egyptian and Lebanese belly dance and highlights a big mistake that many of us make when dancing with a sword
Inspired by the founder of Fat Chance Belly Dance Style, formerly ATS. Carolena Nericcio loves the simplicity of this delicious no-chopping needed vegan gluten-free soup with just a can of coconut milk, a jar of salsa, and a dash of salt and turmeric.
Get all the health benefits of aloe and chia seeds along with the hydrating benefits of coconut water and you have one fantastic drink. Adding frozen cherries and blueberries makes it extra pretty. This morning drink will help you feel hydrated for hours.
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Forget about writing a useless New Years Resolution. Here's a better way for dancers to prepare for the best year of our lives. Listen and find out what it is! This episode gives you time to reflect and create.
"Hafla Prince" Carmine Guida of NYC has played oud, cümbüs and percussion for thousands of delighted belly dancers. Hear Carmine's tips for helping the band love to play for you and for making it super fun.