Posts from January 2013

Do you love Indian Food? Read on for my favorite raw Indian recipes, both savory and sweet . . .

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Turning up the Heat on Raw Ramen

Posted on January 29 2013 | (5) Comments
Category:Easy Raw Meals

Soup’s on! I'm excited to share one of my favorite warm, yet nearly-raw soup recipes: Asian-style Ramen. In my new online raw food demo video, I show you how to make a flavorful vegetable broth and the secret to gently heating your soup to soften the veggies without robbing them of flavor and nutrition.

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Want a different spin on getting a lot of healthy nourishment without having to eat a lot of salad?  When I want a quick and easy way to give my body the energy-filled nutrition it craves, I turn on my blender and make a Garden Vegetable Smoothie, the latest addition to my YouTube videos.  You can see the video right here.

 

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Start Fresh with Fresh Raw Food Ingredients

Start Fresh with Fresh Raw Food Ingredients

Posted on January 29 2013 | (0) Comments
Category:New To Raw Foods

I’ve got great news for people who may be finding it tough to honor their New Year’s resolution to eat better.  Beginning this month, my ‘New To Raw’ blog series will give anyone who is new to the delicious world of raw food the foundation they need to incorporate more nutritional food into their daily meals.  

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Fan Question: I get that some foods are better for us cooked; perhaps you could elaborate on how to avoid some of the "pitfalls" of a completely-raw food diet so that we who wish to eat healthy and raw (with some cooked as appropriate) can do so without so many nutritional concerns? I find I have to eat lentils, beans, and greek yogurt to fully get sufficient protein...plus I recognize the need for a complete multivitamin eating this way.

So many great questions! In this post, I'll address adding some cooked food to a high-raw diet and also where you get your protein on a high-raw diet.

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