My mom and I visited Iceland in April and was blown away by the natural beauty of this country. I could have easily explored for weeks here. The footage doesn’t do it justice. If you have a chance to explore this country, do it. We only had 5 days and stuck to sightseeing on the southern coast of the island.
As promised, I want to share more of my entrepreneurial journey here. Since launching Life Lapse 11 months ago, I have a learned A LOT. I have to say, my biggest breakthroughs are when I get some serious rejection which results to me usually crying. I'm quickly learning to grow thick skin, not take things so personally and see rejection as more of an opportunity.
In this video, I show you how to edit a vertical video for IGTV using Final Cut Pro X. Whether you're converting a horizontal video to vertical OR just making a video from scratch for IGTV, I cover what settings you need so you can start uploading to IGTV!
TIP: You can upload to IGTV from your desktop!!! You don't need to airdrop the large video file to yourself, then drain you batter as it uploads on your phone. I LOVE THIS CAPABILITY!!!
Editing Vertical Videos for IGTV/ Instagram Stories
- In Final Cut Pro, go to File > New > Project
- In the settings section where it says "Video", select the format Dropdown (1080p HD should be populated here), then go to the very bottom and click "custom".
- Switch the numbers, so instead of the width being 1920 and the height being 1080, make the width 1080 and the height 1920
- Start editing your videos!
- If you want the videos to fill the entire screen, select all (Command + A) the clips on and on the right-hand side where the video inspector is, scroll to the bottom where it says "Special Conform", open the dropdown menu and click "Fill". From here you can move your clips around be selecting the box the transform tool (located below the player on the left-hand side). When this is selected, you can move the clips around.
- If you don't want to crop your horizontal video you have two options. Rotate it so that people watch it with their phone turned or have the horizontal video floating in the center with blank space above, below.
- If you choose to rotate the video, select all the clips and in the video inspector under "Transform" enter 90 Degrees in the rotation.
- If you want to keep the video centered in the screen with white, black or colored bars above and below it, don't do step 5. Go to the Titles and Generators side-bar located on the left-hand side of the screen. Under generators select the color you want. Drag the color you want UNDER all of your clips. There is a custom option too (it's black but labeled "custom") if you don't see the color you want there.
- Once the video is edited, go to File>Share>Apple Devices 1080p
- The file is going to pretty large I assume if you're uploading it to IGTV. To save some battery life on your phone, go to Instagram.com and go to your profile page. Click on the IGTV tab below your highlights. You can upload IGTV directly from your desktop.
- Also, did you know that you can swipe up from stories to directly link to your IGTV video even if you don't have the link feature (given to people with 10K+ followers which clearly I don't have, lol.) All you do is upload any photo/video, then click on the link icon on the top of the page. From here it will take you to your IGTV videos and you select which one you want to be linked. I'd also recommend adding "swipe-up" text/gif so people know it's there. Keep in mind you won't be able to see the swipe up feature from your own page, so if you want to test it, get a friend to or login into another account if you have it.
Questions? Comment below, I'd be happy to answer them :)
OH Hey there, it's been a while! Besides my most recent post on my trip to Whistler & one other post announcing that Life Lapse app was live in the fall, it has been almost a year since I abandoned Bolandia, the blog! Why? I'm so glad you asked. Honestly, this past year has been a little crazy for me navigating the start-up world & app industry. I
Hello blogosphere, I’ve missed you. I took a year hiatus and I’m back! Bobo and I did a two night stay glamping in a yurt at the Riverside Resort in Whistler and took full advantage of lots of hiking opportunities in the area. I’m actually pretty impressed with how much we squeezed in!
When Bobo and I discovered we had a free weekend I somehow managed to snag this last available Yurt only one week in advance. I had stayed at the Riverside Resort last year for my friends bachelorette in one of their cabins and loved it, so was pumped to head back. This time, glamping style in a YURT! I would 100% stay in this yurt again. One tip is that when I saw photos online, it looked like there wasn’t pillows/duvets on the bed so we overpacked by brining our sleeping bags & pillows. Turns out, the beds had sheets, blankets & pillows, so we didn’t need our own stuff.
We had Jack with us so we were pretty limited on the hikes we were allowed to do since Garibaldi, Wedgmount Lake & now Joffre lakes are a no dog zone. We did three new hikes though which was awesome! Loved the new scenery. The three hikes: Brohm Lake Tantalus Viewpoint trail, the base of Brandywine Falls & Brandywine Meadows. This article is titled “Dog friendly hikes”, however, if you plan to hike the base of Brandywine falls be prepared that there is one steep area which we had to carry Jack down. Other than that, it was fine!
Our 3 Day Whistler Hiking Itinerary
- Drive up from Vancouver
- Grabbed groceries
- Brohm Lake Hike
- Base of Brandywine Falls Hike
- Alexander Falls
- Callaghan Valley
- Alta Lake (swimming)
- Green Lake (walk)
- Whistler Alpine Cafe (dinner)
- Whistler Village for Free Concert (Too Many Zooz played and they were awesome)
- Green Mustache Cafe
- Whistler Alpine Cafe
The Base of Brandywine Falls Trail
You can read directions on all the popular hiking blogs, to sum it up, when you get to the viewing platform of the falls, keep going. There will be a second platform where you can view Diasy lake. Go beyond the fence and keep heading east along the edge of the cliff (not too close though, just don’t read north into the forest). You’ll reach the part where you have go down a steep area. There is a rope here, however, we didn’t need it. I went down first then Bobo passed me Jack. Once you get to the bottom you walk along all the boulders at the bottom. There are markers along the trail too. On the way in, we went into the forest which is a less direct route & where I bailed. I wouldn’t recommend - the boulder path is surprisingly easier (we took this route on the way out). You’ll eventually get to a part where the trail does go into the forest. You will pass a bear cave. We didn’t see/hear a bear, I was hella scared though. Bobo read online that there wasn’t a bear in it last year so I assumed we were good, or else I wouldn’t have done the hike.
I loved exploring this area of Whistler. I had never been to it before and had no idea Alexander Falls even existed. There were only a few cars in the parking lot and wayyyyyy less touristy then Brandywine falls. The viewing platform for the falls is right in the parking lot so you don’t need to hike anywhere. We saw on google maps there was some hiking around Callaghan Lake with the opportunity for grizzly bear spotting (can’t say I would get out of my car if we made it). We started to go up the logging road to the lake but it got sketchy for lame prius. JK, love my prius, it’s just lame for off roading, haha.
We talked to a couple in the parking lot of Alexander Falls (they had a 4WD Nisson SUV so assumed they may have done it before). They essentially said there’d no way in hell the prius would make it, lol. There’s steep areas and high rocks which is why you need a high clearance vehicle plus you go through streams/rivers.
My car, along with a bunch of other sedans, did not even make it to the lower level parking lot, lol. If you make it to the lower level parking lot, you can take a direct & steep climb up the mountain. It should be a 6.5km & 550m elevation gain hike. We however, took the logging roads up the entirety of this hike. It was 17.5km & 750m in elevation gain. It took us probably 5-6 hours to complete?! If you have a 4WD SUV/Truck/Jeep, you can make it to the upper parking lot and the hike is hella easy from there (less than 3km roundtrip for sure). IMPORTANT: BRING BUG SPRAY!! I have 9 mosquito bites one knee cap alone. As soon as you stop moving, the mosquitos swarm you and it’s very unpleasant. When you watch the video above you’ll see Bobo dancing around - that’s to stop the mosquitos lol. Overall this hike was stunning. There was STUNNING views of mount brew & mount fee from the logging road which I don’t think we would have gotten had we take the direct path up. Oh and be aware the the logging road doesn’t offer any protection from the sun, so wear lots of sunscreen/hats/ even long sleeves.
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Hi friends! I can FINALLY share with you the finished product of what I've been working on for 7 months now! Please give a warm welcome to my new app, Life Lapse, a time lapse app for your life. I have put so much on the line to bring this crazy to vision to life...I quit my job, bootstrapped an amazing team & have been on the rollercoaster of insanity since April.
I CANNOT wait to see what videos & memories will be captured with the app!! Travel videos, pregnancy & baby growth videos, weightloss transformation videos, product videos and so much more! Be sure to tag #LifeLapse when sharing so I can see them and share on the Life Lapse social media accounts. 😀
App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/…/life-lapse-video-st…/id1281464378
It’s 6:32 am, I’m wide awake with my coffee made and downloading footage from a client shoot this weekend. After taking a much-needed staycation last week, I’m feeling refreshed, EXCITED and inspired to get back to work. Craving routine and getting back to achieving my goals. For the past 2 weeks, I’ve had friends and family from back east visiting. My future sister-in-law, Anna-Sarah, along with my bestie Allison and her BF, Nick.
We planned it so they could in town at the same time so Bobo and I could take the week off and get as much exploring done as possible with everyone. We rented an Airbnb in Gibsons. We walked around town, visited a brewery, swam in Porpoise Bay (Okay, maybe I just went into the water to my knees lol), hiked Pender Hill, swam in Ruby Lake and went stand up paddle boarding in Gibsons. I brought all my camera gear but surprisingly wasn’t in the mood to capture every moment like I normally am. I got a couple of drone shots on top of the Pender Hill and a few GoPro shots in the water, but other than that I found myself unplugged and enjoying the time with friends & family. Maybe the lack of blue skies due to smoke left me feeling uninspired. I've also noticed over the past few months I've been using a DSLR less and less to take photos. Maybe because I find the iPhone 7 Plus photo quality pretty damn good that I don’t feel the need to lug around multiple cameras. Anyway, what I’m trying to say is it felt nice to take a break from it all, even if it meant I’m not going to have an epic vacation video. LOL
I found out this weekend my App is expected to be done by September 1st. AHHHHH! Guys, that is literally TWO WEEKS AWAY. 😐 I was dreaming of the app all of last night and everything I need to do before it launches. Hence why I jumped out of bed this morning to start working. I still have film work to wrap up, want to get done before diving into being 100% focussed on the app. This week I’m going to be sharing a post on how I’m building the app, if you haven’t already, please subscribe to my newsletter so you never miss a post 😉.
In May my Mom, Aunt & I road tripped down to the Oregon Coast. The last time I stayed on the coast I think it was only for 3 nights. I knew we'd want to take our time to see more & get lots of footage at each spot so we were there for 4 nights. Even with the extra day, it felt like we were on the go the whole time. Not much relaxing, we did see A LOT though....so worth bypassing the daytime naps. LOL. We stayed 2 nights in Seaside, Oregon (a 15-minute drive north of Cannon Beach) and then 2 nights in Lincoln City. I wanted to book us in at Cannon Beach & Oceanside but everything was booked up! We did waste a good 3-4 hours on the way down from Seaside to Lincoln City visiting the Tillamook Forrest. I looked it up online and thought I saw some cool viewpoints from the tops of mountains --- WITH CARS IN THE PHOTO -- so was under the impression we could get a rewarding view without the hike. When we showed up to the visitor center they didn't know what I was talking about. It was still a beautiful drive through the forest, but won't be going back there to visit unless I have time to hike.
Cities, Beaches & Parks We Visited
Ecola State Park
Cannon Beach, Oregon
Oswald West State Park
Cape Kiwanda State Park
Lincoln City, Oregon
A highlight of the trip was definitely spotting some whales from shore. No matter how hard I attempted to capture them on the drone, I couldn't. They were going so bloody fast and I just wasn't able to spot them on the drone. Not to mention the batteries only last 20 minutes and about 15 minutes into flight on a fully charged battery a beeping noise will starting alerting you that the battery is low. This was slightly stressful, especially when we were a couple hundred meters up from sea level on a cliff and the beeping started and the drone was about 10ft from the water. :| Another highlight: Campfires on the beach! The perfect way to unwind, watch the sunset and enjoy a beverage or 5.
Hiiii friends!! I'm super stoked to share my next career move with you...I'm now self employed! If you know me, this shouldn't be too surprising since I've been running my business while working full time for years now. I've never given myself the chance to take the plunge and see where the business could go if I put 100% of my efforts in. It was a tough decision to leave my job at Nurse Next Door, especially because I was doing work that I love...filmmaking!
I did a post a couple months ago about how I've been amping up my side business. For the past 3 months, besides when my mom was in town, I have been working 7 days a week to get this business off the ground. I've never put so much effort it something. While I thought it was sustainable to work two jobs, in the end I just got burnt out. I'm in the position now where I have enough work lined up to keep me going so one weekend after listening to the #AskGaryVee book and shit tonne of Gary Vaynerchuk podcasts, I had the confidence to make the decision of leaving my job to give my business the chance it deserves.
So, today is day 1. Since I love to document the crap out of everything I'm going go to share the ups and downs of what it's like to make the switch from employee to business owner. I'll be pumping out wayyyy more content on here, so if you're not following me on Instagram or Facebook and want to receive updates on new posts, follow & like me page below :)
I remember selling Costco candy & lemonade outside of my house as a child. As soon as I was old enough, I got a paper route. After that came countless part-time jobs. All through my career while working a full-time job, I've always been doing photography & filmmaking client work on the side. Am I a workaholic? In the earlier years it was to supplement my income, because we all know living in Vancouver ain't cheap, especially if you're living solo.
I'm at a point in my career where I don't need to do client work on the side to supplement my income. I'm living with my boyfriend and my salary is good. I've been asking myself, "Why do I have this urge to keep growing my business?". Well, let me tell you why the hustle just got more real...
Okay, so as a reminder this is in my "personal" blog category, so it's about to get real personal. Back in February, I got the chilling news that my Dad had a stroke. I flew back to Ontario immediately. 2 weeks after my dad's stroke, he passed. It was awful. I had never experienced a close loss like this before. The first couple of weeks back in Vancouver were very hard. I was checked out. I didn't want to do anything. I still haven't fully gotten back into old lifestyle routines but I'm getting there day by day.
My dad's stroke came as a surprise. He did have some blood clotting issues in the past, but nobody ever expected this to happen. When you experience losing somebody close to you, it gives you a new perspective on life. Super cliche, I know. But quotes like "life is short" & "live every day like it's your last" have more meaning for me now.
Okay, so what does this have to do with my business? I'd be lying if I didn't think this before, but after my dad passing the "FUCK IT, LET'S DO THIS!" motto is on repeat. My business has been on the back burner my whole career and it's time that I put the effort into it if I want it to grow & give it the chance it deserves. I will continue to work full time and do this on evenings & weekends. I've been hustling hard for the past 3 weekends and you know what? It feels fucking fabulous!!!
I've owned my drone for almost a year now and LOVE IT. If you follow me on social media I'm sure you've noticed that I take it pretty much everywhere with me. My library of shots is getting substantial and I'm tired of hogging the footage to myself when other businesses could be utilitizing them!
I've sold some footage through traditional stock sites and it's been okay however they charge tripple what I'm charging and the creator only receives a small percentage of the profits. Hence why I'm opening my own stock store, to cut out the middle man!
I'll continually be adding footage the more I shoot. If you'd like to stay current on what's being added please subscribe to my newsletter below which will have video marketing tips, recent work & new stock footage!
Mariko and Brent. These two trusted me to have them as a guinea pig on one of the most important days of their lives. I found Mariko & Brent by putting an ad on craigslists asking if an upcoming bridge & groom would allow me to film their wedding. I had experience filming, but had never filmed a wedding before. I met up with them for coffee, we clicked & the rest if history! lol.
I remember being SO nervous leading up to their wedding day. I didn't want to miss anything. I also wanted do my best to work WITH the photographer and not compete for getting "the shot". Communicating with the photographer ahead time and letting her know the shots I'd like to get and when helped with this. I had my super talented friend, Katherine, come out to second shoot. Katherine, if you're reading this, thank you for putting up with this ball of anxiety on that day. I promise if you help me again, it will be a lot more chill!
With more weddings under my belt I feel WAY more confinement. It's not that I wasn't confident in my abilities to film, it was the worry of missing a moment or getting in people's way. Now with more experience on the workflow of the day, I'm more familiar with what to expect and I'm more relaxed when filming.
My love for wedding filmmaking definitely came to fruition in post production. Editing about 2 hours worth of decent shots down into a couple of minutes was overwhelming at first. Once I found those gem shots and really built out the story, I caught myself crying at times reliving the couple tell their vows! I KNOW HOW CHEESY IS THAT? After sending the film to Mariko & Brent and hearing how much they loved it, it really validated my love for wedding filmmaking even more.
"Sarah was amazing to work with! Throughout the planning process and during our wedding day, Sarah's professionalism and organization left us feeling confident and at ease with her ability to produce an amazing video. Our video captures our love story so perfectly, incorporating speeches that capture memories from those we love. Choosing Sarah and her team to film our wedding was one of the best decisions we made!! Thank you!" - Mariko & Brent
A HUGE pet peeve of mine is when I see a brand put thousands of marketing dollars, time & resources towards a video campaign and then they publish it on either Youtube or Vimeo. BARF. As far as I'm concerned, unless you posting videos for internal communications there is no need to be using Vimeo anymore. #SORRYNOTSORRY but Facebook has done some incredible upgrades to their native Facebook player over the years. Not to mention when you post a vimeo link you have to leave Facebook to watch it....who's got time for that!? Seriously though, our attention spans are so short that generally if the video isn't autoplaying in front of our eyes, it will be scrolled past. I have messaged people who are promoting a cool video on Facebook but through youtube/vimeo to tell them to upload to Facebook.
For the past 7 years I've been working in marketing making videos. I've been creating branded content from concept, to editing to publishing. Since adding social media to my role at Nurse Next Door I've gained a new perspective on how the videos perform. The results are pretty incredible y'all! Here are the 101...okay, 15 million reasons why you should be focussing your efforts on Facebook video instead of Youtube/Vimeo.
- REACH REACH REACH. Did I say reach? When I go through the social media pages that I manage and organize the posts by how much reach & engagement they got, guess which type of post comes up top? 9/10 posts are videos consistently across all the pages I manage. Yep, there's stats behind why video is trending, because it works!
- Auto-Plays in feeds & grabs your followers attention. Vimeo & Youtube do not do this.
- Since Facebook does favour it's own native player to 3rd party players (Youtube & Vimeo) it will place your video in more feeds than if you uploaded a youtube or vimeo link.
- Captions. Since 80% of people watch videos WITHOUT sound, captions have become imperative to tell your full story. Instead of manually inserting captions in the video edit itself, you can upload a SRT file directly to Facebook. This is a game changer for people like me that make way too many typo's and grammatical errors. Saves me from exporting the video multiple times. I use a service called Rev.com and they caption the video files only $1 per minute of video with an extremely fast turnaround time (usually a couple of hours).
- EMOTION. This isn't necessarily just for Facebook but video is a great opportunity to connect with your clients on an emotional level. A picture can tell a thousand words....but video...1 billion words at least ;)
- Custom thumbnails Option
- A "Video View" Facebook ad promotion is only 1-2 cents per view AND you can still add a click through link. This is significantly cheaper than running a "traffic" campaign objective. Great brand awareness for CHEAP.
- Let your followers HEAR your tone - literally.
- Shares! Think back to the last 3 items you shared on Facebook. Were they links or videos? Maybe I have a slight addiction to baby animal videos *yes I'm THAT girl* but most of the curated stuff I'm seeing from my friends are videos. Unilad & The Dodo have literally taken over my feed and I'm okay with that! LOL
- Embedding Capabilities
- Square videos have more real estate on peoples' screen when they're on Facebook. Since the majority of people are on mobile these days I've tailored my video ratios. 16x9 is beautiful ratio, but gotta take advance of that screen space!
- You can directly advertise your Facebook videos to Instagram as long as they're under 1 minute in length.
- You can get very detailed with who you want to target the video with through FB advertising. For example, I can target my wedding film ad to somebody who got engaged in the last 6 months and has an interest in dog rescue and likes the page "Destination BC" (Hi dream client! lol)
- The video Facebook ads can now appears in articles outside of Facebook.
- Option to retarget people with a video who have visited your website by using Facebook pixel. You can also retarget people that have watched a certain percentage of your other videos.
OKAY, maybe there is one disadvantage to Facebook video. The search function seriously blows. I've seen some pretty random videos and when I go back to search for them I can never find them. That is why I always post videos to both Facebook & Youtube. I upload to youtube as a back up for SEO purposes.
I'm a little late to the game in posting this footage but better late then never, right?! Bobo, Jack and I went to Galiano for the first time back in February for the Family Day long weekend. The weather was glorious and I can't wait to go back and explore more in the summer! Below is the breakdown of where we went and the Airbnb that we stayed in! Claim your $50 Airbnb credit here.
4- Airbnb (Trish was an amazing host!)
I used to make a meat & dairy version of this with ground turkey, cheese & sour cream. The new plant-based version is pretty delicious too and very filling. Ingredients (serves 2) 1 Large sweet potato 1 Onion 1 Can of corn 2 Cloves of garlic 1 Can of black beans 2 Medium sized tomatoes 2 Servings of rice 1 Cup of spinach 2 Tablespoons of Mango Salsa
Sauce: 1 Avacado Some cilantro 2 Juices limes
First thing first, pre-heat the oven to 375 degrees, peel the sweet potato and chop into little chunks. Throw into oven. Yes...THROW IT IN! (jk). Oh, and don't forget to add a little bit of olive oil to the potatoes. Now, let's get that rice started so that can also be cooking as you prepare the rest of the veggies. Next chop the onions, tomatoes, and garlic. Throw into a frying pan along with the rinsed beans and corn. While this is cooking chop up the spinach and make the sauce. I use my food processor to blend together the sauce. Once everything is cooked place into a bowl, add some salsa and cover with sauce.
Ahhh, what a glorious feeling it is to purge the closet and begin my journey to a minimalist lifestyle! Since I can remember I have been guilty of making impulse purchases for clothes I don't need and subscribing to the latest trends. And since I have the "worry" gene I tend to never travel light and have accepted the nickname "crazy bag lady" because I always overpack in case I have that "what if" moment of needing something. I'm hoping to change this mentality in 2017. I've already started and it feels AMAZING. I went out on boxing day with my Mom and only bought one pair of leggings because my old ones had a hole in them. Historically, as a bargain hunter, boxing day was my thing. I remember getting up at 5am some years to go to the Eaton Center with my mom and my friend Danielle and blowing whatever money I had saved or gotten over Christmas on what? I don't even remember
After watching "Minimalism The Documentary" by Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus it really opened my eyes to my bad spending habits and how unnecessary they are. Do these items actually bring me/others happiness? Could I invest my money better? After donating half of the clothes in my closet I really hope to eliminate/limit the number of items coming in. Although I can't pack my entire closet into one suitcase, it does feel liberating to have a closet full of clothes I actually wear. Waking up in the mornings is a lot more enjoyable. I'm going to do research on clothing brands that make their clothes sustainably and will share with you once I find them! The impact that the fashion industry has on the environment is NOT GOOD and I'm just beginning to learn this.
I started my 2017 resolution at the beginning of December in an effort to be more present with family and friends and to lead a more minimalist life instead of a material one. Instead of giving gifts this year I CREATED EXPERIENCES. Bobo and I have everything we need (not to sound snooty or rude), but we are constantly trying to declutter our place and we’re in the position that if we need something, we can buy it ourselves. I want to SPEND TIME with family and friends. THAT is what matters. The older I get the more I realize how ridiculous it is to buy material gifts for people because you NEED to buy them a gift. How many gifts that you get do you actually use? Mine usually collect dust. (The more I write this out the more I sound like a grinch, but moving on….haha.) Before the 2016 holidays, I emailed my family and said “Instead of spending $50 on secret Santa gifts for each other, why not spend that money on a meal and a fun activity?" We went ax throwing and it was amazing. Instead of Bobo and I buying gifts for each other we put money towards flights home to see family & going to festive events in Vancouver before we left like Enchant & Capilano suspension bridge. I made this film to show what spending money on experiences instead of material items would look like over the holidays. Would you consider doing this next year with your family? I KNOW THIS SOUNDS CHEESY - but I felt so emotional while editing this! I'm so grateful to have such amazing family and friends, Love you guys! (even if you I didn't get a chance to get a film clip of you to include in this video)
My mom spent 6 nights on the road adventuring through Arizona in October and it was AWESOME! We flew into Phoenix and did a one-way car rental to Vegas.
CAR RENTAL TIP: We saved 40% on our car rental by renting from outside the airport. I'm not sure if this is with all airports or just ones in Arizona or the United Stated but we managed to drop the rate from $830 to $470. I seriously almost had a heart attack when they told me the total when we arrived at Enterprise in the airport. How did it go to $40/day to over $800?! AIRPORT TAX, that's how. We took an uber to an enterprise location 1km away from the airport and the price dropped by almost 50%.
Had a fun filled busy trip home at the end of July/ beginning of August. Went to Osheaga music festival, worked a couple of days & went to Niagara falls with my Mom. My adventure bud, Jack, came home with me too! :)
This recipe is quick, healthy and most importantly delicious! I found the recipe on Pinterest and made a few modifications along the way. RECIPE serves 2
- 2 carrots, grated
- half a zucchini, chopped
- 1/2 onion
- 2 cups of spinach (I chop mine up finely)
- 1 cup of peas
- 2 bunches of rice noodles
- 3 tablespoons of soy sauce
- 1/2 lime, juiced
- 2 tablespoons of crushed garlic
- 1 tablespoon of peanut butter
- 1 teaspoon of ginger
- 1 teaspoon of sriracha
- 1 teaspoon of soy chilli sauce
Boil a pot of water and cook rice noodles. In a frying pan, saute the onions, zucchini, and peas. While this is cooking blend the sauce ingredients in your blender of choice. Drain the noodles and distribute between two bowls. Add the raw spinach, carrots, and fried onions zucchini & peas. Top with sauce.