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Raw Food Rehab: Raw Pros and Cons with Chicago Marathon Val! by Gena Patient Expert Posted Wed 30 Dec 2009 7:30pm Here at Choosing Raw, we try to discuss the benefits of the raw vegan lifestyle: the smooth digestion, the boundless energy, the euphoria, the glow. But for all of its amazing benefits, the raw veganism can present the occasional pitfall: digestive hiccups, practical challenges, sneers from coworkers or friends, detox symptoms, or seemingly mys ... Read on »
Cinnamon Banana Bread Squares - Raw Vegan Recipe W/ Almond Milk Pulp (and Food Journal) by Kristen S. Patient Expert Posted Mon 24 Jan 2011 9:16am In my recent post where I showed you how to make your own homemade raw vegan almond milk, I mentioned that I'd also share with you a recipe that uses the leftover almond nut pulp. There are a number of things you can do with nut pulp from dehydrating it and grinding it into flour to using it in homemade raw vegan bars to cakes to cookies, etc. ... Read on »
CAJUN BREAD: What I am going to make right after I finish my Master Cleanse by PrettySmartOne .. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 07 Jan 2009 4:30pm Whenever I am on a diet or a fast, I tend to read recipe books… today, I’ve found raw food videos! I watched a few, then I went to Ani Phyo’s website and found a whole treasure trove of new-to-me recipes. I like the recipes in her book, Ani’s Raw Food Kitchen, and I especially like her breads. I am planning to make her Cajun Bread recip ... Read on »
BREAD!! I’ve made BREAD!!! by PrettySmartOne .. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sat 07 Mar 2009 2:38pm In my on-going search for a sandwich that did not involve a leaf,  I started making some  bread experiments tonight. One was some sprouted wheat buns, made with dates and sprouted wheat. They are still in the works. Fresh out of the dehydrator!!!  I made Ani Phyo’s Black Sesame Sunflower Bread, and it is good.  I was somewhat worried be ... Read on »
HISTORY OF THE RAW FOOD DIET: a “fad” that’s been around longer than cooking by PrettySmartOne .. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 28 Nov 2013 1:01pm POST #993 HISTORY OF THE RAW FOOD DIET  Despite what you have been told by certain “authorities”, the raw vegan diet is no fad.  It has been going on since time immemorial, and has been written about and taught (just in America) for almost 200 years. Before fire, all food was raw. Yes, it’s true; the cavemen followed, for want of a be ... Read on »
Choosing Raw Interview + Giveaway: Sarma Melngailis of New York City’s Pure Food and Wine by Gena Patient Expert Posted Mon 10 Aug 2009 4:31pm (Erica Michelsen) Boy, do I have a treat for you guys tonight! Few New York City institutions are more cherished than the neighborhood restaurant. Most everyone has one: a beloved dining spot downstairs or around the corner that they can depend on. This restaurant is rarely adored for its cuisine; if anything, most neighborhood restaura ... Read on »
LOW FAT/HIGH FAT NOT A RAW LIVING FOOD DIET ISSUE by PrettySmartOne .. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 24 Aug 2010 5:08pm What is up with low fat hysteria among raw foodists? If you are eating a Standard American Diet, with all the fried foods and processed foods containing hydrogenated fats, then, yes, a high fat diet is to be avoided.  If you are, in fact, eating such a diet, then you should consider lowering the fat content of your diet. Actually, recen ... Read on »
EAT IT RAW: what’s it all about? an introduction by PrettySmartOne .. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 14 Sep 2008 3:54pm EAT IT RAW Why are people talking about eating more raw food, or even “going totally raw”? What’s up with that? Raw food enthusiasts claim that raw food will do just about everything for you, healthwise, from reversing such illnesses as asthma, heart disease, arthritis, osteoarthritis, gout, and even cancer, to helping you lose weight. ... Read on »
Top 5 Tips For Traveling On Raw by Philip McCluskey Facebook Posted Fri 10 Feb 2012 3:11pm Eating raw when you are traveling away from home can be tricky sometimes. In your own home you have all of your raw kitchen gadgets at the ready and can make meals from scratch when you want them. Away from home ‘convenience’ raw food is harder to come by. You can always pick up plain fruit and veggies from the supermarket, but what i ... Read on »