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  • >> 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.