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Pineapple Fried Quinoa

Pineapple Quinoa Ingredients:
Pineapple: Halved with fruit scooped out and chopped. Keep half of the pineapple shell for presentation
Quinoa: 2 Cups Cooked
Eggs: 3 Whole
Green Onion: 1 Stem, Sliced
Tomato: 1 Diced
Red Onion: 4 Slices, Diced
Frozen Green Peas: 1 Cup
Cilantro: 1 Small Bunch, Chopped
Garlic: 2 Cloves
Ginger: 1 Small Slice
Tamari: 3 Tbsp
Coconut Oil: 5 Tbsp
Olive Oil: 2 Tbsp
Lemon Zest: 2 Tbsp
Shrimp: Deveined, 8 Pieces
Cashew Nuts: Small Handful
Unsalted Vegetable Stock: 2 Cups
In a bowl mix 2 Tbsp of olive oil with 1 Tbsp of curry powder and 1 Tsp of lemon zest.
Marinade shrimp in mixture for 30 minutes.
Heat a pan with 1 Tbsp of coconut oil and fry red onion and tomato. Once they are cooked softly scramble eggs over veggies, break apart so there are many separate pieces, and set aside.
Defrost frozen peas in a wok or larger pan and set aside.
Cook shrimp in a larger pan for 3-5 minutes with 2 Tbsp of coconut oil and garlic. The shrimp is cooked when both sides turn pink and shrimp becomes rounder and more firm.  Set cooked shrimp aside.
Toss the cooked quinoa in the oiled pan from the shrimp with cilantro, green onion, green peas, and chopped pineapple. Pour in Tamari, 2 Tbsp of coconut oil, and 1 Tbsp of curry powder and keep frying.
Add shrimp, scrambled egg mixture, and cashew nuts. Keep frying until eggs and shrimp are mixed throughout the quinoa.
Turn off heat and scoop fried quinoa into the pineapple shell.
Garnish with cilantro and serve!

One less dish to wash at the end of the night!

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Tilapia Tacos & Pineapple Salsa

AdrianneHo_TalapiaTaco I recently went to St. Barths for a shoot with The Coveteur and cooked for everyone while we were there. Here’s the recipe and video for the Tilapia Tacos and Pinapple Salsa I made one night. Enjoy!
Talapia (or any fish you can find locally):  3 Fillets
Red Onion: 3 Tbsp, Chopped
Cilantro: 1 Handful Shreaded
Avocado: 1, Pitted and Chopped
Lemon/Lime: 1, Juiced
Garlic: 4 Cloves
Tomatos: 2, Diced
Olive Oil: 3 Tbsp
Sea Salt Flakes: To Taste
Fresh Ground Pepper: To Taste
Butter Lettuce: About 5-10 Leaves (More if you use as a wrap)
Gluten-Free Tortilla: Optional

Combine onion, cilantro, avocado, pineapple, and lime juice, sprinkle with sea salt, and set aside.
In a pan, heat oil and throw in garlic and cook until slightly brown.
Add tilapia fillets and cook for a few minutes on each side until it’s opaque throughout and flakes easily with a fork.
Squeeze lemon over it and season to taste with salt and pepper.
Set up stations with pineapple salsa, tomato, tilapia, whole wheat (or gluten-free) tortilla, cilantro to garnish, and butter lettuce.

If you want to go completely natural you can use butter lettuce as a wrap instead of a tortilla.

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She discovered freezing green juice could create a more accessible and convenient version of a healthy juice. EatPops are made from fruit and veggie blends without added sugars or any artificial ingredients and offer all the benefits from drinking a juice! They have a shelf life of 2 years so you can keep them in your freezer for whenever a craving hits. The perfect way to cool off after a hard workout or as a cold sweet midday treat. They come in a variety of flavors and contain only pure whole ingredients. Glow is a Sweat The Style favorite made of carrot, mango and pineapple.

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SweatTheStyle_Suja Each bottle contains 9 carrots, 1 orange, 1 apple, slice of pineapple, ½ a lemon and an inch of turmeric, cold pressed for maximum nutrition and high quality freshness. Full of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants this juice is great to drink after a workout to replenish your tired body and prevent inflammation.

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Royal Red Organic Avenue

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AdrianneHo_OrganicAveThankfully organic juice bars like Organic Avenue are around so there won’t be any more excuses to not get in fresh juice.

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