Posts from July 2014
Creamy frozen desserts don't have to be heavy with fat and calories. In this just-in-time-for-summer demonstration, I’ll show you how to prepare sorbet, a frozen treat that is beloved in Europe and gaining tremendous popularity in the U.S.
My Grape Sorbet is a raw food dessert that is naturally delicious, as well as naturally fat-free and dairy-free, yet surprisingly creamy and unquestionably delicious. Sophisticated enough for an adult palate, with a slightly wine-y flavor, Grape Sorbet is also a hit with kids.
Let me show you how easy it is to make raw Grape Sorbet and why a “food mill” may be your favorite new kitchen tool.
Chopped salads are a well-loved menu item at fine restaurants around the world. Truly a “chef’s choice,” these colorful salads can be made with everything from steamed cauliflower and broccoli, to roasted artichokes, raw cucumbers, and onions. In my video, I’ll demonstrate how to create a colorful raw salad that is an exceptionally satisfying one-dish meal made without animal protein.
You’ll be surprised at how easy it is to master a satisfying Chopped Salad, where several vegetables are chopped into uniform bite-sized pieces so you can taste all of them in every mouthful.
Posted on July 01 2014 | (0) Comments
If you’re counting calories, dismissing dairy, or giving up gluten, dessert is depressing.
WRONG…and I can prove it!
They say the proof is in the pudding, but it’s really in the mind-boggling raw cakes, pies, ice creams, and candies you’ll learn about in my…
New, fast, affordable, video-based course, Raw Desserts: Gluten and Dairy-Free!