New Spring Products
Inside, Outside: A Sourcebook of Inspired Garden Rooms by Linda O’Keefe is an intimate look at people’s outdoor rooms, and the spaces they curate to make them feel cozy and happy. On the many wonderful pages that grace this book, you’ll discover interesting plants, living walls, Parisian c
ourtyards, and new ideas to help you refresh your spaces. Formerly creative director of Metropolitan Home Magazine, Linda O’Keeffe is a writer and popular expert on architecture and design. Hardcover $35. Published by Timber Press. ISBN: 978-1-60469-826-8. Available on www.Amazon.com.
Got lactose intolerance? Love yogurt? Harmless Harvest now offers a dairy-free yogurt alternative. Called Harmless Harvest Coconut Yogurt, it comes in plan, vanilla, strawberry and blueberry flavors. There’s definitely coconut flavor here, and it’s a lighter texture compared to dairy yogurts. No aftertaste, it is named with live and active cultures and it has no gums or artificial additives. If your diet calls for going vegan and having plant-based intake, give this yogurt a whirl. See www.harmlessharvest.com for details.
Simple Mills already has garnered a stellar reputation among my gluten-free companions. Already in the business of offering various types of bake mixes, it now offers ready-made Almond Flour Bars ideal for breakfast or an after workout snack. The soft power bars are nurtirent-dense and chrew at the same time. Made with non-GMO ingridients, with nothing artificial inside, the bars come in four flavors: dark chocolate almond, chunky peanut butter, nutty banana bread, and spiced carrot cake. These will soon be available at Whole Foods and Sprouts markets for $5.99 for a box of five bars. See www.simplemills.com.