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How to Make an Acai Bowl?

How to Make an Acai Bowl?

Acai bowls are the perfect healthier-choice meal, snack, or dessert to fuel your day! Here are some quick and easy Acai bowls recipes so that you can indulge in this sweet summer treat. Super Berry Acai Bowl This Super Berry Acai Bowl is packed with nutrients and antioxidants - one of the healthier Acai bowl recipes. Ingredients: 1 pack pure unsweetened acai pulp Mixed berries: strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries 1 banana, frozen or fresh  1 cup non dairy milk or water 1 tbsp peanut butter Steps: Add in mixed berries and a banana - you can use a mixture...

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Wesley Tan
How going Vegan helps the environment

How going Vegan helps the environment

It is not that you are going to get lesser intake of Protein and Energy from going Vegan, it is getting an equal or more amount of it while combating carbon footprint. Going vegan stops the deforestation, soil degradation, and greenhouse gas emissions associated with meat production, helping to slow climate change and secure our global food supply according to an article from The Humane League. “A vegan diet is probably the single biggest way to reduce your impact on planet Earth, not just greenhouse gases, but global acidification, eutrophication, land use, and water use,” Joseph Poore, at the University of Oxford,...

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What is Acai? - Everything You Need to Know About Acai

What is Acai? - Everything You Need to Know About Acai

How to Pronounce Acai? This is the most commonly asked question and the correct way to pronounce Acai is: “ah-sigh-ee”.    What is Acai? Acai is the fruit of the acai palm tree which grows throughout the Amazonian river in south America.They don't last long on a shelf so you can generally find them as frozen form. The oblong, deep purple berries grow in large sprays on fan-like branches. The acai berry is actually just 10% fruit, 10% pulp and 80% seed, making most of the acai actually inedible!  The Açai palm takes 10 to 12 years to bear fruit, but once mature, a single palm can...

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