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Tag Archives: raw
Apples are all around us these days… no, not the computers and iDevices (well, those too), but the fruit. They’re cheap (and for some people, free!) and bountiful! And if you’re anything like I am, you might have a few … Continue reading
The cashew goat cheese featured in my post yesterday is an example of a fermented food. It takes at least 24 hours to make (though of course, very little of that time is hand-on). So what do you do when … Continue reading
Well who would have thought that something that is spicy pickled cabbage would need to be specified vegan? Before I answer that, welcome to Vegan MoFo (Vegan Month of Food) 2012! I’ve been participating for years, and thought this might … Continue reading
I mentioned on my Facebook Page earlier today that I’m sick- just before Vida Vegan Con! That is why I didn’t post yesterday. I am doing this quick post right now, and I have a post to give you about … Continue reading
Back in May, I bought myself a dehydrator. Here I am, un-boxing it! Very exciting! Then I used it once, to put a rind on a cheese I made from Russell James’ Raw Nut Cheese e-cookbook. I had seen a … Continue reading
This was from when I was doing my raw week. It’s fresh squeezed lemon, filtered water and raw agave with some raspberries thrown in. You could certainly blend the raspberries in (make sure you strain out the seeds), but I … Continue reading
Earlier in the summer, I tried a week-long raw challenge, which I failed miserably. I did make a few tasty things though, and this was one of them. I’ve also since tried it with spiralized beet, which is pretty good, … Continue reading
I’m a cheater. I actually made this some time ago and never posted it. Which of course means that I don’t remember exactly how I made it, but I’ll give it a stab. The crust is a standard nut/date type … Continue reading
Made this the same way I made my last raw pie, with cherries instead. I also threw in a fresh apple, as I didn’t have quite enough cherries. Another good one! Had a bit of a hard time getting a … Continue reading