Archive for the ‘Raw Recipes’ Category
Happy Thanksgiving to my Canadian friends. It’s coming up quickly and I am posting links to my favorite vegan Thanksgiving recipes below. Life has been a bit of a whirlwind lately. I’ve gone and fallen in love, and so my world has been flipped around. || Read more
One of the often overlooked foods that can make a huge impact on your health is the salad dressings that you use. It’s so easy to blend up a bottle of homemade dressing. Really, you just add ingredients to a blender and blend. But it’s also easy to just pick up a pre-made bottle off the shelf and convince yourself that a little dressing won’t hurt you. Most people do it. The problem is that store bought salad dressings can be the worse culprits in bringing your health down. Some of the most unhealthy ingredients can be found in those little plastic bottles that line our store shelves. || Read more
The 7 days of Eating Raw Food Plan s now available in book form. This plan has been the most visited page on my site since it came out. Not only does this plan gett hundreds of clicks each day but also I have had many emails from people susseccfully following it. Even some who were following it as a guide long term and so I decided that this raw food plan should be made into a book, making it more convenient and easier than ever to follow. || Read more
Yikes! I just sent out my newsletter and right after sending I noticed I made a mistake and linked the recipe pdf fto a previous recipe, instead of the Raw Vegan Butter recipe. So to rectify the situation I am posting it here. || Read more
Regardless of what life situation you find yourself in, it’s always a good plan to have a healthy homemade trail mix made up and ready to go. One part of eating healthy is having yourself covered whether you are on the run or if a hunger pang or snack craving hits. || Read more
This sweet and spicy fruit and vegetable salad recipe is bursting with flavor, color, life and creativity. This is soul food that feeds the senses and makes you feel happy to be alive. Not only do the abundant fresh enzymes give you sustaining energy physically but the mingled scents and rich taste aliven our own senses and make us feel creative, connected and in tune. Yes, I really believe you can get all of this out of one salad. It’s an adventure in a bowl. || Read more
A key lime pie was the plan, the crust was made, and suddenly Holly asks (seeing a papaya in the fridge that really needs to get eaten) “Can’t you just make a papaya pie recipe!?” Hmm, the wheels in my head start spinning. How would I do that? I am not sure if you know that papayas just are not that great in Canada. In fact often they are just completely tasteless and bland.