Today I wanted to share something I have been enjoying a lot lately – healthy (and gluten free too!) banana waffles. The whole family will love them! Freezable too, so you can batch cook them and have healthy breakfast stash for weeks to come. Let’s get into the recipe?
Healing herbal baths have been cherished for centuries, especially in Irish mythology. During the Battle of Moytura, wounded soldiers supposedly plunged into baths and came out healed.
Medicine Flower® Gifts of the Earth™ provides a full line of essential oils, massage oils, Sacred Sage® and Body Care products.
What’s the problem with palm oil. Shocked with photos of devastated forests and slaughtered orangutans, the image we have of palm oil has, deservedly, taken a hit. Despite its known consequences, palm oil remains the most consumed fat in the world, present in half of all supermarket products.
Is it possible to create everything all at once, tailored skincare products inspired by ecosystems, really nice to use, without chemical ingredients and palm oil? Or am I dreaming? Am I turning my dreams into reality? It took me a long time to build up enough courage to dare launch into this crazy adventure.
If you have seen the animated film Ratatouille you will know that Rémy, the rat, shows the kitchen porter how to make a ratatouille. Real ratatouille connoisseurs, however, will have immediately recognized that it is actually not a ratatouille at all, but a typical tian. Both ratatouille and tian use the same vegetables, but the main difference is in the cooking technique. A ‘real’ ratatouille requires cooking the vegetables individually, before bringing all the elements together at the end; a tian is an artful arrangement of vegetable slices, which is baked like a gratin. It’s a simplified, but more often than not, better looking version of a ratatouille. And a tian is also the large earthenware cooking pot traditionally used in Provence.
At the launch of oOlution, Anne-Marie conducted an eco-design study with the water and energy management agency to determine the key points of oOlution’s ecological impact.
Anne-Marie is an agronomy engineer as well as a biochemistry expert who has worked in the cosmetic industry for 7 years before taking the path of conscious and sustainable entrepreneurship in april 2010. Confident that an alternative to the usual cosmetics was possible, she took action and created her own brand.
At oOlution, their aim is to provide skin care products for all skin types, whatever their specific needs. Everyone’s skin is unique … this is why, rather than developing mass-produced standardized products that contain so-called ‘miracle’ ingredients, our mission is to create cosmetics with the most comprehensive formulations possible tailored to meet all the needs of any skin type!