Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles >> HILAH: Hey dudes! I am Hilah, and guess what? That's right. I already broke my New Year's resolution for 2013, and I am really hung over today and paying the price hardcore for all of that wine and vodka mixed together that I drank last night, and now I'm starving and I have a splitting headache, and there's no taco delivery service which is total B.S., but fortunately for me I do have an omelet delivery service whom I'll call my good friend Adriene from Yoga With Adriene. >> ADRIENE: Hi Hilah! >> HILAH: Hi Adriene! Welcome to my home. >> ADRIENE: Thank you for having me Hilah [laughs]. >> HILAH: We're talking to each other like we don't know each other very well, but we've actually been through a lot together, some hard times. >> ADRIENE: We have. We go way back. [MUSIC] >> HILAH: Some good times. >> ADRIENE: Yeah. >> HILAH: Do your gestures. [laughs] >> ADRIENE: [laughs] I can't even focus on one. I want to do a million gestures right now about the history of Hilah and Adriene. >> HILAH: So, we're gonna make an egg white omelet, well, you're gonna make it because I'm tired. >> ADRIENE: That's right. Instead of quick and dirty, it'll be, quick and clean. >> HILAH: Okay, I need that. >> ADRIENE: And it'll make you feel good and happy and full. >> HILAH: Okay, and then I can go back to bed. [laughs] >> ADRIENE: [laughs] And then I'm gonna go on a 5K. [MUSIC] [How To Make an Egg White Omelet] >> HILAH: Seriously, we're gonna separate some eggs. I'll do that. Do you trust me? >> ADRIENE: I do. >> HILAH: This is the trust exercise Adriene. >> ADRIENE: You're the pro. . oh really. [laughs] >> HILAH: [laughs] >> ADRIENE: I just want to say that I do eat yolks and obviously there are a lot of great nutrients in the yolks, but for this particular breakfast just egg whites, but you can use the yolk, and if you just want to take this step out of the process, you can buy a carton of egg whites. There are several different brands. Yeah, this just makes it a little faster. >> HILAH: Yeah because that took forever. [laughs] Oh my God! >> ADRIENE: [laughs] Messy, speaking of germs. >> HILAH: [laughs] So good for your skin. >> ADRIENE: Actually not, I think yeah. Do people do that? >> HILAH: I think they put it on their hair, or that's the yolks maybe. I am just gonna scramble these up a little bit, and now we go to the stove? >> ADRIENE: Yeah, now we go to the stove. >> HILAH: So we've got our kale and our quinoa and our nuts and our. . . >> ADRIENE: And all of this, I, all of these ingredients are very flexible, so you can add to it or subtract. [laughs] >> HILAH: Do math? I don't think so Adriene. >> ADRIENE: [laughs] Okay let's go to the stove. >> HILAH: [laughs] Okay, so I've got our skillet heating. I am gonna do this, right? >> ADRIENE: Awesome, and so you're using virgin coconut oil, but you can use vegetable oil or you can use a vegetable oil spray. >> HILAH: Okay, I think I've got it lubed up here. >> ADRIENE: Great! >> HILAH: Perfect. [laughs] >> ADRIENE: Okay, so then I am gonna take my egg whites ,and I am gonna pour them in, and because we're gonna be sharing this we're making a pretty good sized omelet today, and because I am a Libra, I am little bit of a perfectionist. I kind of take it to the edge of this and make it even, and then we're gonna season it. We can even season as it is going here with a little salt and pepper. Easy breezy, and some garlic powder because a lot of people think that eating healthy isn't flavorful and/or that it's super-complicated like picking fresh herbs from the garden trying you know, like, that fresh herbs is always wonderful obviously, but yeah. >> HILAH: Garlic powder works just as well. >> ADRIENE: Organic. >> HILAH: Of course. >> ADRIENE: Thank God! >> HILAH: [laughs] >> ADRIENE: Um, and then I have a little herb de provance here because I'm also French. I am just kidding. >> HILAH: Not really. >> ADRIENE: And uh, [laughs] and this has a little lavender in it which is kind of odd for breakfast, but it's just what they had at the market. >> HILAH: It smells really good. >> ADRIENE: And a little bit of this goes a long way. It really makes a difference. Did we turn this down? >> HILAH: Yeah, I turned it down to like medium-low. Is that correct? >> ADRIENE: That's good. >> HILAH: Okay. >> ADRIENE: And so you can already start to smell, like, it smells like we're making more than what we are here. >> HILAH: Yeah, it smells really good. >> ADRIENE: It smells good. Okay, and I am gonna do this one pinch at a time. Why don't I just do that? There we go. >> HILAH: [laughs] >> ADRIENE: It's quick and clean. >> HILAH: [laughs] >> ADRIENE: Okay, then I wash my kale when I get home from the store because I usually buy kale even if I already have some in the fridge because I can put it on everything, sandwiches, we can substitute it for anything with lettuce, tacos, salads, and then I, because it's clean in my fridge, I grab it in my fridge, and then I just take it over and tear it up, and it's okay if it's still a little wet. We can also just toss it in and make it scrambled, but since we're gonna make an omelet today we're putting it on one side, duh. >> HILAH: De derrr! >> ADRIENE: Derr! But if you didn't know that, then don't worry. You're not, it's all good, and I'm just taking the stems in here too. Stihms. Wow! Stems. >> HILAH: [laughs] I don't know. I say stems. >> ADRIENE: Then, [laughs] actually whenever I am around you I start talking like this. >> HILAH: Like a hillbilly. >> ADRIENE: [laughs] >> HILAH: What are you tryin' to say Adriene? [laughs] >> ADRIENE: And then. . . we have a couple of cherry tomatoes here. >> HILAH: Pretty. >> ADRIENE: I put a little extra kale in than I normally do because we are going to be sharing this, and I know you're hungry and I'm hungry too. >> HILAH: Mmmmm hmmmm >> ADRIENE: And then I'm adding some quinoa. Hilah had the pretty red quinoa which is beautiful. I brought the boring old white kind, so we're mixing them together. It's like those BFF necklaces. For you birthday I'll put some quinoa in a locket in a bottle. >> HILAH: [laughs] >> ADRIENE: Shutup Adriene, okay, here we go, so I am just spooning this for a little extra proteins. I also take nuts, slivered almonds, or pumpkinseeds, so yeah, this is looking good. So then we'll take it and . . . [THUNDERCLAP] [MUSIC] >> HILAH: Ta da! >> ADRIENE: Ta da! Egg white omelet. >> HILAH: And then we put a little extra S&P on top. >> ADRIENE: Yeah always put. I like. I am more of a savory person than a sweet person, so I always add a little salt and pepper, but also, you know, we associate, well, most people associate omelets with, you know, cheesy goodness which is great, but because we're trying to go clean and good for the digestive tract and just basically nothing is wasted in this omelet, like, everything in here is awesome for you and is going to give you the energy. You might not want to take a nap after this. >> HILAH: Well, we'll see! [laughs] >> ADRIENE: We'll see. [laughs] We'll see about that. >> HILAH: I'll show you how much I can sleep. Um. . >> ADRIENE: Um. >> HILAH: But the salt kind of adds a little extra. >> ADRIENE: Yeah. Salt >> HILAH: Umami, savory kind of thing that can take the place for the cheese. >> ADRIENE: Umm hmmm >> HILAH: So, can we eat it now? >> ADRIENE: We can eat it, and I should also say, you know, if you want to sprinkle a little cheese in there, do it. It still is going to be a great, nutrient-packed omelet. >> HILAH: Right, and she'll never know the difference. >> ADRIENE: Yeah, I'll never know. >> HILAH: I am gonna, oh, look at that. I got a tomato. It's like a little present. You never know what you're gonna get in there. Can I get a bit? >> ADRIENE: Yeah, oh yeah. >> HILAH: We need to do it at the same time in case I accidently did poison the kale. >> ADRIENE: Yeah, we did use your kale, hmmmm, okie dokie. >> HILAH: Cheers! >> ADRIENE: Shall we? Cheers! >> HILAH: Mmmmmmm >> ADRIENE: Mmmmm hmmmm. >> HILAH: Mmmmmm. >> ADRIENE: Mmmm hmmm. >> HILAH: I am feeling energized already. I love that coconut oil in there. >> ADRIENE: Mmmmm hmmmm. The coconut. And just a little bit of salt and pepper goes a long way and the herbs. >> HILAH: It really does. It makes a big difference. >> ADRIENE: I have a little bit of garlic, and it doesn't feel like we're eating bird food because we have the. . . >> HILAH: The nuts and the proteins, and the eggs and the quinoa. >> ADRIENE: Mmmm hmmm. The quinoa, and then I will say if, I mean. I am a perfect Yogi because I am never hung over, but if I am hung over, and or if I'm tired, or if I'm cooking for my boyfriend and I or from just, you know, not on the go quick and clean, I'll make some home fries to go with this. I'll put some black beans, you know. >> HILAH: Right, fill it out. >> ADRIENE: We can fill it out. >> HILAH: With some dirty stuff. >> ADRIENE: Umm hmmm >> HILAH: Like mimosas. >> ADRIENE: Yeah, next time. >> HILAH: [laughs] >> ADRIENE: Um, and then you can also make smaller portions if you're wanting to eat less, and I would encourage you to maybe experiment with that too because all of these things are going to stay with you longer, give you energy, so you don't actually need to eat as much when you're eating like this. >> HILAH: All right. Well there you go. >> ADRIENE: Saves money. >> HILAH: Saves. [laughs] Definitely [laughs] saves money. >> ADRIENE: [laughs] Oh, and the other thing is. I don't know if it's just because we're in Texas .I don't know if everyone does this, but I would rarely just eat this plain, I would normally put some sort of. >> HILAH: Oh, hot sauce! Duh Doy! >> ADRIENE: Put a little hot sauce or salsa. >> HILAH: Right, of course because yeah, so . . . >> ADRIENE: Because it makes everything good. >> HILAH: It does. >> ADRIENE: Umm hmmm >> HILAH: Well, let's go eat this off camera, but think you so much for coming on! >> ADRIENE: Yeah! >> HILAH: Yay! >> ADRIENE: I am holding this fork likes it's a souvenir, but thank you for having me. Thank you so much for having me. I love you so much. >> HILAH: I love you so much, and check out Yoga With Adriene.