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30 Tofu healthy recipes

Tofu has gained popularity over the years especially as a vegetarian and vegan approved source of protein. Tofu is made by curdling soy milk and then pressing the resulting curds into soft, white blocks. The process of making tofu is relatively similar to the way that cheese is made from milk. Tofu nutrition is impressive, and that’s why many people assume it’s such a great health food. Per serving, it’s low in fat and calories yet high in protein, amino acids, iron, and calcium.
The negative part of this story is that soy is actually one of the most commonly genetically modified foods in the world, and tofu is made from soybeans, water, and a coagulant, or curdling agent. The vast majority of soy consumed in the U.S. comes from a highly processed form of soy. The soybeans have usually been genetically engineered, cracked, dehulled, crushed, and subjected to solvent extraction to separate their oils from the rest of the bean.
Having said that, here´s the link to the public notebook, where you´ll find the notes for all the recipes, which will allow you to work without distractions: just a pic, lists of ingredients and easy to follow instructions to get them done. Not an Evernote user yet? Create your account, here.
However, if you want to visit the original articles, this is the list.

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Hello, dears 🙂

I´m pleased to announce I´ve launched a new section: Testimonials. Indeed, today is not my day to name things 🙂

Anyway, some clients are truly happy, and I´m proud to share their experiences! Also, you can visit them at their blogs, Fb or Linkedin profiles clicking on their names. I hope you like it.

Testimonials post

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Beautiful letters

Hello, dears 🙂

Usually, when  I finish my job with a client, I ask him/her for a recommendation letter. Honestly, they write better than I can translate. I would love to share my client´s experiences with you.

It´s easier if your client is a fellow blogger and she writes her weekly progress. Mliae, you´re awesome!!

While I try to figure out how to set up a cool testimonial section, you can enjoy reading 😉


“For me, tell my experience is not a compromise, it is a pleasure.

I started young playing sports. Being an athlete is a lifestyle and a philosophy. It´s taking your day as a challenge, seeking to overcome.  I do not believe your dictionary contains the word “surrender”.

After a nasty blow dragged by a wave, I felt some discomfort in the shoulder. At first, I thought it would be temporary. But I was wrong. Months of rest, ice, pills… nothing worked.

After reading Google´s answer, two years without physical exercise, I decided to contact Chape.

To sow hope in the heart of a demoralized is not so easy, so…

I will never forget the first thing Chape told me: You have not an injury, you only have a weak point to update.

That phrase sums up his philosophy: He does not accept defeat. He knows he is able to accomplish anything with determination and effort.

I followed his routines. First and most difficult, trust him and myself. Once done, I got up from the couch and went to the gym. Tailored exercises allowed me to have fun with the advantage that I was recovering my injury.

After three months, I started to get better. 7 months later my shoulder was stronger than ever.
When I’m hanging in a harness, I do not remember which shoulder had the injury. I will never forget the teaching: with effort and faith in ourselves no injury will last forever”.


“I met David 6 months ago. For quite a few years, my approach to the gym used to be occasional. Well, maybe 3 or 4 times a month and no more than 30 or, at most, 40 minutes. I had no method and I was bored, so when I heard about Chape I decided to put myself in his hands.

I am 56 years old and vegan, two key factors that stimulate muscle mass loss. I had been noticing it dramatically in the last year.

In fact, that was the main reason I started training. My idea was to tone up my muscles a little, or at least not to lose muscle mass. I surprised when I gained muscle markedly in recent months and almost without realizing it.

First, I trained once a week. A couple of months ago I started doing it twice and my idea is to try to spend up to three days a week. The main reason for this increase is that workouts are fun and far from boredom I had assumed as characteristic “sine qua non” of weight training.

In addition, the results have been spectacular. Nothing to do with those terribly boring sessions which serve for absolutely nothing”.