Eat with Amigas

Eat with Amigas

Eat with Amigas serves as a comprehensive resource for subscribers looking to enhance their cooking skills, gain nutritional knowledge, and explore a wide range of recipes to fuel their surfing. By combining expert guidance, high-quality videos, and interactive features, this section aims to inspire and empower individuals to make healthy and delicious meals part of their everyday lives.

Eat with Amigas
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  • Hoopes Health Module 1 : Understanding Energy and Metabolism

    What is energy, why do we need it, how can we have more of it? Nutritionist Lisa Hoopes sets the stage for the nutrition modules she'll be presenting. In this first video she nerds out on her basic philosophy of nutrition which is understanding how the body makes energy and metabolism. If you und...

  • Meet Nutritionist Lisa Hoopes

    Lisa is a nutritionist and founder of Hoopes Health. She's also an amiga. She will be offering educational and empowering nutritional education for the collective. Here she introduces herself and shares a bit about her background and philosophy.

    To learn more about Lisa and her philosophy on nu...

  • Spicy Jalapeno Jungle Sauce

    Joanna demonstrates how to make the famous spicy jalapeno jungle sauce. With six simple ingredients and a blender, you can enjoy the taste of your southern Costa Rican retreat at home. Add a little extra flavor and spice to eggs, meat, veggies or whatever you prefer.

  • Colorful Coconut Ceviche

    Sasha specializes in plant-based cooking. Here she explains how to make delicious colorful ceviche with coconut instead of fish.

  • Riverside Camp Cooking : Fire, Steak, Potatoes, Broccolini

    Jackie spends a lot of time camping near a river when she's not at home in Central America. In this video she demonstrates how to build a fire, cook some steaks, potatoes and broccolini including normalizing little accidents and enjoying the process with family.

  • Cold Brew Date Balls with Sasha

    Sasha is our head chef at the La Bahia Northern Nicaragua retreats and she talks us through how to make these super yummy snacks made from coffee, dates, nuts, salt and that's about it.
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  • Homemade Coconut Milk

    Homemade coconut milk is so delicious in granola, coffee, or wherever you use milk. In this video, Sasha explains how to make it.

    3-4 cups water or reserve coconut water from a fresh coconut
    1 cup coconut meat
    1-2 tbsp liquid sweetener of choice (we like agave syrup)
    1 tsp extra virgin...