They said that I am named after an ice skater but I never became a skater myself. But even though I am no skater, I have always been amazed by their flexibility. Take a look at how this skater is so flexible. Amazing!

They said that I am named after an ice skater but I never became a skater myself. But even though I am no skater, I have always been amazed by their flexibility. Take a look at how this skater is so flexible. Amazing!

hearth25:

rosemary scallops  $16| black squid ink fettuccine, garlic champagne sauce, meyer lemon evoo

oooh squid ink? This may seem a little creepy but it also looks yummy as well, don’t you think?

hearth25:

rosemary scallops  $16| black squid ink fettuccine, garlic champagne sauce, meyer lemon evoo

oooh squid ink? This may seem a little creepy but it also looks yummy as well, don’t you think?

“This is why we train! The body learns; it memorizes; your muscles know how to respond. Then you release your body from your mind! It’s purely physical, but there is poetry in such perfection.”

The movie, “Cracks” (via balletshoesandbobbypins)

This is why dancing is more than just the physical movement of a body. It is also more than an art form. It is the complete integration of body and mind as if everything is moving in tandem and cooperating in full harmony.

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Himalayan Yak
Yak meat is juicy, flavorful, and healthy. The flavor can be compared to sweet beef flavor with no gaminess and no greasy after taste. While being 95% fat-free, its delicate, delicious flavor comes from its unique distribution of fatty acid percentages.
Yaks are extremely low in palmitic acid that is bad for our health (30% less than beef as a percentage of fats and 120% less than beef as a percentage of meat.)
Yak meat is also much lower in calories, saturated fats, cholesterol, and triglycerides.
Simultaneously, Yak meat is much higher in stearic and oleic acids that are good for us (35% higher than beef as a percentage of fats.)
Yak meat is also higher in protein and solids (less water) than beef.
Yak meat may be the healthiest meat you can eat, certainly better than beef, or even buffalo, elk, or skinless chicken. Yak is even lower in fat than salmon.
All this is accomplished on a grass/forage diet alone, with no grain, hormone, steroid, or antibiotic feed supplements.

hearth25:

Himalayan Yak

Yak meat is juicy, flavorful, and healthy. The flavor can be compared to sweet beef flavor with no gaminess and no greasy after taste. While being 95% fat-free, its delicate, delicious flavor comes from its unique distribution of fatty acid percentages.

Yaks are extremely low in palmitic acid that is bad for our health (30% less than beef as a percentage of fats and 120% less than beef as a percentage of meat.)

Yak meat is also much lower in calories, saturated fats, cholesterol, and triglycerides.

Simultaneously, Yak meat is much higher in stearic and oleic acids that are good for us (35% higher than beef as a percentage of fats.)

Yak meat is also higher in protein and solids (less water) than beef.

Yak meat may be the healthiest meat you can eat, certainly better than beef, or even buffalo, elk, or skinless chicken. Yak is even lower in fat than salmon.

All this is accomplished on a grass/forage diet alone, with no grain, hormone, steroid, or antibiotic feed supplements.