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atpb book club
Roki Prunali

#ATPBBookClub – Our Must-Reads of 2019

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Whether you’re still riding high on new year’s resolutions or you’re already counting down to the 2020 New Year New You, sometimes some proper motivation and positive messaging are just what the doctor ordered to keep us focused and ready to tackle each day. At a time in which we seem to be so focused on the superficiality of the past (if I see another #10yearchallenge I may quit Instagram altogether), it is so much more inspiring to look forward to the road ahead, share our journeys with each other and fight collectively for a brighter tomorrow.

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Oat Milk
Roki Prunali

Oat Milk: The New AltMilk

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I, like a lot of other women, also have a dairy sensitivity, one that causes me to bloat up uncomfortably and thus inspires me to steer free of dairy in nearly all other aspects of my life. But having decamped to LA for the foreseeable future, the wide weird world of alternative milks is suddenly at my fingertips, and friends, I’ve been experimenting.

After finally settling on coconut milk for the last year, I recently discovered (albeit a little late to the party here) the wondrousness of oat milk. It’s all the rave across the U.S. right now and has even managed to find itself stocked in European Starbucks locations. So, why is everyone so over the moon for oat milk all of a sudden?

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Microgreens
Roki Prunali

Why Are Microgreens Suddenly Flooding My Farmer’s Market?

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As I’m trying to ease back into my Cali lifestyle, one of the rituals I have picked up again is my weekly visits to the local farmer’s market. Having been forced to leave me beloved Malibu Farmer’s Market behind – solely for accommodation, seeing as how Santa Monica is my adopted home for the time being – I have fully embraced the Brentwood Farmer’s Market. For weeks now, I have been eyeing one stand in particular full of these cute little green-sprouting plants. On my own, I couldn’t gather whether they were for eating or decoration, and it took dragging my husband to the market to finally discover what they were. He questioned the teenager stationed behind those cute little seedlings, and we found that they are Microgreens – a tiny, delicate plant that is jam-packed with vitamins, antioxidants and enzymes.

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