Thursday, October 4, 2012

Jennifer Cornbleet's Apple Crisp and a Raw Cookbook Giveaway!

8 servings ~ $1.35 per serving
a recipe by Jennifer Cornbleet





ingredients

  • 4 apples, peeled and thinly sliced ($3.00)
  • 3 tablespoons fresh lemon juice ($.50)
  • 1/2 cup pitted medjool dates, soaked in water for 10 minutes and drained ($1.00)
  • 1/2 cup raisins, soaked, soaked in water for 10 minutes and drained ($.50)
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 2 cups crumble topping (see recipe below)


This is a recipe from Jennifer Cornbleet's Revised Edition of Raw Food Made Easy for 1 or 2 People. I love this book. It's among the best out there for doable raw food. The recipes are simple but delicious, and Jenny has super easy and clear instructions. Look out below for a chance to win your own copy!


Thinly slice 2 of the apples and chop the remaining 2 apples. Put the sliced apples and 2 tablespoons of the lemon juice in a medium bowl. Toss gently and set aside. Put the chopped apples, dates, raisins, cinnamon, and remaining tablespoon of lemon juice in a food processor fitted with the S blade and process until smooth. Add to the sliced apples, stirring until well combined.


To assemble the crisp, press 1/2 cup of the topping (see below) into an even layer in an 8-inch square glass baking dish. Spread the apple filling on top using a rubber spatula. With your hands, knead pieces of the remaining 1 1/2 cups of topping until they stick together. Lay these pieces of topping on the filling to form a cobbled appearance, allowing some of the filling to peek through. Serve chilled, at room temperature, or warm (see warming option). Cover with plastic wrap and stored in the refrigerator, Apple Crisp will keep for 3 days.




crumble topping

  • 2 cups raw walnuts or pecans ($4.00)
  • 1/2 cup unsweetened shredded dried coconut ($1.00)
  • 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1/4 teaspoon nutmeg
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 cup raisins, unsoaked ($1.00)
  • 8 medjool dates, unsoaked ($.80)
  • 1/2 cup whole cane sugar or maple sugar (optional, for a sweeter topping)

Place the walnuts, coconut, cinnamon, nutmeg, and salt in a food processor fitted with an S blade and process until coarsely ground. Add the raisins and dates and process until the mixture resembles coarse crumbs and begins to stick together. Don't over process. Add the optional whole cane sugar and process briefly. Store in a sealed container. Crumb Topping will keep for one month in the refrigerator or three months in the freezer.

Warming option: Preheat the oven to 200 degrees F. Turn off the oven, insert the crisp, and warm for 15 minutes. Alternatively, heat for 30 minutes in a food dehydrator set at 105 degrees F.







nutritional information:      calories: 300      fat: 12 gr      carbs: 51 gr      protein: 3 gr


Win a copy of Jenny's book, the Revised Edition of Raw Food Made Easy for 1 or 2 People!





This is one of the best raw food books out there! Jennifer makes it easy and delicious to make raw foods! 


To enter, just leave a comment below!

For additional entries do any (or all) of the following:
(1 additional entry for each)

  • "Like" the Raw on $10 a Day (or Less!) page on Faceboook
  • Follow this blog using Google Friend Connect
  • Tweet this giveaway
  • Post this giveaway on Facebook
  • Blog this giveaway   

Deadline for entries is 11:55 pm October 11th!

183 comments:

  1. First! I really you're blog beauce I learn a lot of new recipe!

    Continue youre good job!

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  2. Wow ! the recipe looks delicious.Thanks for sharing this easy-looking recipe. I MIGHT try it sometime soon.

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  3. Recipe looks amazing! As always!!

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  4. Wow, this looks awesome! Love your recipes :)

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  5. I love her books! She recognizes that there are single people out there who live alone. Her "spaghetti" and "meatballs" are delicious!

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  6. I tweeted https://mobile.twitter.com/LaurenGinger/status/253833838843809792

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  7. Tweeted your giveaway! --https://twitter.com/CookingChickTX/status/253834119107211264

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  8. Love thus recipe

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  9. I now follow you on Google Friend Connect!

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  10. I posted on the ginger is the new pink Facebook page!

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  11. Posted about your giveaway on FB! --- http://www.facebook.com/ThatCookingChick#!/ThatCookingChick/posts/465492033495606

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  12. Such an inspiration for tasty and cost-effective recipes and ideas! Love following you on Facebook! :)

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  13. Pick me! Pick me! I have it already, but I bet one of my friends would love it as a gift.

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  14. Love it! Keep on with the good job you do!(must one live in US to get a chance ?).

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  15. Love your website. You always have such great recipes. Would really love to win this book. Posted the giveaway on Facebook....Stacey Kenealy

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  16. Hopefully it will be like eating apple cobler.

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  17. stumbled on your website yesterday, love it!

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  18. I'M IN!!! i think...

    i shared the competition on my blog's facebook page, tweeted it and both me and my blog like your wonderful page on facebook :)

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  19. Love your site! I have been raw for 1 year and this cookbook would be wonderful! Thanks for the opportunity....

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  20. Hi, Lisa! I was just thinking about apple crisps yesterday. Now I can make a raw apple crisp. Thanks so much for sharing this recipe.

    I'd really like to have this cookbook.

    - I'm a follower on Facebook.
    - I'm a follower of this blog.
    - I retweeted your blog post.
    - Did a blog post at From the Market to the Plate

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  21. I would love to win this book...it looks awesome!! I already like you on facebook, but I also tweeted it (LaurasCatLamar) and shared it on facebook (Laura Cartwright). I can't seem to comment through my google account, so I just wanted to make sure that you know who I am!

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  22. i love raw food as i find it to be so much more simple. i already have a (regular) blender and i just purchased a dehydrator. i am missing a vitamix and maybe a food processor and i will be fully equipped to eat (and feel) better! hope i win!!!
    suzanne

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  23. I would like to be entered to win becuse I am new to this whole process and need all the help I can get.

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  24. Looks delish! I would love to win this book, so I am a follower on facebook, I tweeted this giveaway, I became a follower of your blog through Google Connect!

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  25. I love your blog!! inspiring, easy and beautiful pictures!

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  26. I bought a device to juliene vegetables and I made zuchini pasta with it...it was a perfect raw pasta with a fresh raw tomato/olive oil/garlic/basil sauce! so yummy!

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  27. I would like to be entered to win becuse I am new to this whole process and need all the help I can get.

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  28. I'd love to have that cookbook!

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  29. Single mom likes raw for 1 recipes,Love your apple crisp!! I shared, emailed, LinkedIn & tweeted, Keep writing cookbook's (or uncookbooks, since it's all raw, lol)They're Great!

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  30. I love your blog! Thanks for the chance to win a copy of your book. :) toni68@gmail.com

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  31. amazing blog, amazing recipe, amazing give away!

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  32. Yes! J'adore les crumbles aux pommes! Merci!

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  33. Your posts make me inch toward making healthier choices. The book would help me even more :) My email is texasrose_999@yahoo.com Thanks for sharing your passion with us!

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  34. This recipe looks great and I hope I win the recipe book ;) How do you track all of the other entries? I've done everything except for blogging and I was just wondering how you're able to track everything. I'd like to do a giveaway on my own blog someday too.

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  35. This looks delicious!

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  36. Jennifer TucholskiOctober 4, 2012 at 10:32 AM

    I have been following your blog for quite some time now and absolutely adore your recipes and simplicity. With being on a tight budget, you make it seem so effortless to eat raw and not break the bank. Thanks so much for your heart and for this recipe giveaway! I am currently going through a separation with my husband and could really use this book to cook for just me. I love Jennifer Cornbleet. Have a blessed day!

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    1. Jennifer TucholskiOctober 4, 2012 at 10:33 AM

      I also tweeted on Twitter...I don't have a FB account...

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  37. Wow! This apple crisp looks really good -- and I think I have all the necessary ingredients to make it.

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  38. I have the first edition of this book but I'd LOVE to have the updated one!

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  39. I have been following all your recipe's posts and never had a fail! They are always so precise and lovely in flavor. Season's flavors are so delicious, I can't wait to try out this Crisp! <3 If I win your book I'm going to have a Raw dinner party and truely show people how delicious Raw foods can be, and how truely easy with a little prep!

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  40. I google friend connected you! I'm getting into raw foods right now and I'm so happy about it.

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  41. This sounds wonderful, I can't wait to try it!

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  42. I love this recipe too, Sometimes I just shred apples, toss with cinnamon and raisins and I put over a crumble. Simple like that! Also delicious and Express!
    I'm really happy to shear a raw food love with you...

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  44. This looks delicious. I was looking for an easy raw recipe to share with my family during the holidays. I think this one will be a crowd pleaser!

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  45. Namaste!

    Thank you for all of your recipe posts. They have made a truly wonderful difference in my kitchen as well as those I have inspired to adopt a healthier lifestyle.

    -Zara

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  46. There are three of us: me,Anastasia, my friend Alex and small 3 month old Luca. It would be great to have a book with recipes for small amounts. Great initiative!

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  47. Looks delicious and perfect for all the fall apples. :)

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  48. I already subscribe to this blog by RSS. :)

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  49. I don't have many raw books - just a few my amy pho (sp?). this one looks good - especially that it's for 1 or 2 ppl

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  50. I own zero raw foods books.
    While I like eating raw foods - I guess I've never actually "made" anything except veggie sticks.

    This would be a great introduction to actual "food"

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  51. Pick me pick me! I'm just a lowly student who loves simple (and gourmet!) raw food. Would love a book to give me some actual recipes rather than just relying on intuition..and your blog of course! Thanks for hosting this generous giveaway :)

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  52. I tweeted about the giveaway https://twitter.com/grnknittinggal/status/253908950796353536

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  53. I have made a few of your recipes - thank-you for compiling affordable and easy - and tasty!- recipes. Most recently, I made your triple chocolate icecream ( http://rawon10.blogspot.co.nz/2012/08/triple-chocolate-raw-and-vegan-ice.html ) which turned a few skeptical non-rawists into converts!

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  54. I have made a few of her things and always everyone loves it!!

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  55. I can't tell you how much I enjoy your blog. I get so excited every time I see a new post. Thank you so much for sharing with all of us & thank you for this wonderful giveaway opportunity.

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  56. Wonderful giveaway! Thanks for the great ideas & recipes.
    I also already "liked" your page on Facebook - that's how I found out about this!

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  57. what a great giveaway! Great recipes all over your site!

    ykatrina at hotmail dot com

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  58. looks really yummy - please pick me to be the winner ... i'm finding being raw challenging!

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  59. Love your blog! And I've been eyeing this book for a while but haven't pulled the trigger. Pick me pick me! :D

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  60. Love this book in the original! It helped me change my life! I had so many health issues and couldn't figure out how to go raw. I went from being in bed to being on the go between eating raw and adding other healthy things to my life. Thank you!!

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  61. I love everything she makes! : )

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  62. This is the bomb! Honest & just plain good food - that's the way it's meant to be!

    Sarah

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  63. mrsvantam@yahoo.comOctober 4, 2012 at 5:09 PM

    Jennifer Cornbleet rocks!!! and...so does Raw on 10 dollars a day (or less)!

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  64. Jennifer's recipes are so tasty.

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  65. I "like" rawon$10 on facebook.

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  66. I would love to have the new version! I love Jennifer Cornbleet.

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  67. Looks delicious!! Thank you for sharing :)

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  68. Oooh, that looks yummy. The book sounds good too.

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      -TC
      fragile.article at gmail dot com

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  69. What a yummy treat! Can't wait to make this tomorrow after we harvest the apple tree in our yard. And the cookbook looks awesome- recently had to go alkaline vegan due to health problems. Eating raw has been delicious but super expensive, I need all the help I can get!

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  70. Following, liked and facebooked. Woohoo!

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  71. awesome giveaway! and the recipe looks super scrumptious:)

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  72. Looks Delish!!!!

    Posted on fb and liked your page!!!!!!

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  73. would love to have this - thanks for the opportunity!

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  74. Thanks! This book looks very inspiring.

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  75. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe...three of my favorite ingredients, apples, medjool dates and cinnamon all together give me sheer joy! Cheers!

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  76. My favorite dessert, raw apple crisp with banana soft serve! Even my non raw, non vegan friends enjoy it! I would love to win a copy of your book, thanks for giving us the opportunity!

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  77. looks really really good!!! mmmm!!!

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  78. I love your website. I've been following you for a few months and I love it that your recipes are simple yet delicious, thank you.
    I liked in fb also.

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  79. Perfect fall recipe - and a lovely way to introduce friends to real LIFE food!

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  80. Jennifer's recipes never disappoint - just like yours!

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  81. Facebook ang Twitter, but I can't suck up like some of these comments. If that's what it takes to win the book, I'll have to buy it.

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    1. Oh, but I really do like a lot of your recipes...and the graphic design.

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  82. Helen Curtis, bob4thejob@hotmail.comOctober 5, 2012 at 7:05 AM

    Hi, must say that recepies like this one & the ones on Your blog help enormously people who are struggling with taste buds of cooked food & raw but this one will help the palate of my husband to prefer & to be proud that he is raw. Thank U for all the work, with love Helen
    Helen Curtis, bob4thejob@hotmail.com

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  83. Super easy recipe for the kids to help make (I'll do the slicing though ;))!
    Please enter me into the drawing, Thanks bunches!
    Stacy in Lancaster...

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  84. The recipe book would absolutely be perfect since my husband and I just ordered a 21-day cleanse, and we need all the help we can get. Thank you in advance.

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  85. What a perfect time for this recipe. I am so excited to try it asap!

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  86. This recipe book would absolutely be perfect for my husband and I since we just ordered a 21-day cleanse. Thank you in advance!

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  87. OOOOOOhhhhhhh apple crisp, I love it. RAW apple crisp-can't beat that! I love the new picture on the top of the blog. Looks great.
    Peace & Raw Health,
    Elizabeth

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  88. I love your recipes. I can't wait to make this one.

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  89. I am loving these Halloween recipes! I would LOVE this book!

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  90. Tweeted!! https://twitter.com/vegfoodtracker/status/254203476274446336

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  91. Shared on Facebook! Beth Dickhute-Mickens!

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  92. Starting to eat more raw foods for the first time in my life! Would love to win! :)

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  93. Love this! I hope I win your book so I can keep eating food in new ways.

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  94. Love this recipee! I hope I win the book so I can keep preparing and enjoying foods in new ways.

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  95. This apple crisp recipe is just in the nick of time! I have a big bunch of apples that I am staring at in the kitchen. Wondering what to do! This is perfect. Thanks! The book looks great!

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  96. I used to make apple crisp for my husband all the time. It's one of his favorites. But that was years ago. Since we're eating more raw, I've avoided making any baked desserts whatsoever.

    Thus, this raw apple crisp recipe is extra special for us; thank you, Jennifer. I would love to be the winner of your book!

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  97. I am pretty new to raw food recipes, so this cookbook would be super helpful!

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  98. I "Like" the Raw on $10 a Day (or Less!) page on Faceboook!

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  99. I Follow this blog using Google Friend Connect!

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  100. I love the plum pie recipe, and I'm sure I'd love all the recipes in this book! :)

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  101. I <3 this blog!!! I'd love to win the revised book!

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  102. I shared the giveaway on my facebook wall!

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  103. Lisa, I'm eating so much more raw food now - really getting into it and feeling great! Hope all is going well with your family.

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  104. Wow, there are so many entries! I would love to have a copy of this book. The cover looks amazing! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  105. I love reading your blog. And the book sounds great too.

    -TC
    counting_shipwrecks at yahoo dot com

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  106. I liked the page on FB.

    -TC
    counting_shipwrecks at yahoo dot com

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  107. mmm... delicious combination!

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  108. Hoping to get my "raw" act together and Jenny is breaking it down for this lazy gal (and proud of it, thank you very much!)

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  109. I So need Doable & Easy in my life right now.

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  110. Hi there,
    This looks fabulous! I think I have everything to make it. Please enter me in your contest. Thanks!

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  111. yum yum, this looks and sounds delicious!

    thank you for the chance to win this wonderful sounding book!

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  112. just visited and liked your FB page.

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  113. I am SO curious what the broth-noodle soup is from the book cover...
    Care to share what it is? (Not the whole recipe, just the general idea)

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  114. I'd love the revised version, enter me please!

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  115. This recipe looks great!

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  116. Thank you for this fabulous recipe! I'm going more and more to raw and appreciate all the awesome recipes

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  117. This recipe sounds really yummy! I'd love to win this book too :-)

    jerseygirl1351[at]aol[dot]com

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  118. I like(d) Jennifer's facebook page.

    jerseygirl1351 [at] aol [dot] com

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  119. Yummy recipe, thanks so much for all the work you do! Would love the chance to win the book to learn how to cook for my boyfriend (he's open to raw just want to make sure it's as tasty and nutitious as possible).

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  120. Wow, this apple crisp looks delicious!! Would love to win a copy of your book! Thank you :-) for the opportunity!!

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  121. I am thoroughly enjoying your online course. thank you for all you're offering.

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  122. Can't wait to see at Whole Foods market in Chicago!

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  123. Yum, I love all your recipes! I'm already a fan on facebook!

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  124. Thanks for all the great work! And for hosting this giveaway!

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  125. I love your recipes,they are amazing! I would love to have that book!

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  126. You have great recipes. I'd love to win this book. Thanks for offering it

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  127. Yours was the first book I used when going raw. Thanks for all the help!

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  128. I've printed so many of your recipes and I'm especially enjoying the Halloween-themed treats you've been sharing!!

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  129. I already like your page on FB. I love it actually ;-)

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  130. I tweeted the give-a-way (@veggiev_v)

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  131. I shared the give-a-way on my FB page (www.facebook.com/veggiev)

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  132. Side notes: Love the holiday banner :-) And...I love Jennifer's bookS! I have a couple, but unfortunately, I don't have the new, revised edition of this one. It came out about a month after I bought the original. Go figure.

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  133. I am planning to go raw, I guess your recepie book would be a great help for me.

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  134. I love Jennifer's books. She's a great chef, a great author and a terrific presenter. She has supported Veggie Fest Chicagoland twice by sharing her time and talents with us! I'd love to own another one of her books!

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  135. I've been following a high raw lifestyle for almost 3 years now and have never heard of Jennifer! How did I miss out? This recipe looks delicious. I am going to make it tomorrow for my daughter who is coming home from college for Fall break.

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  136. Yum - that recipe looks great!

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  137. Timing couldn't be more perfect!! Looking forward to seeing Jennifer in Highland Park, IL

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  138. Antionette MiddletonOctober 11, 2012 at 10:35 PM

    Jennifer's recipes are very appealing. I prepared the apple crisp for my family and they were amazed to find out that it was raw. I would love to win a copy of the book so that my family can experience the benefits of healthy, nutritious raw foods. I would also like to share with my friends.

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  139. I am new to being a raw food(aholic). I have my own vege garden and I am attempting to entice my 16 year old son to also share my new love of raw food (he is getting sick of lettuce, tomatoes, kale and carrots). Your book would be an excellent way to encourage me and him to remain committed to a healthy lifestyle with wonderful recipe ideas. Thank you for the opportunity to win your book.

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  140. Great recipe from a great looking book. I love the concept of not making multiple serves, as sometimes it's just myself eating raw. While my husband is a vegan too, he doesn't always want to eat raw vegan food like me! Love the raw!

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  141. I have just moved from So Cal to West Texas and am living with my sister, where the challenges to eating well are too numerous to count. I REALLY need this help!!! ;)

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  142. This recipe sounds delicious! And I would love to win a copy of your book - I'm planning to start a partial raw diet in November and need ways to stick to a budget too. Thanks for offering this contest....

    Blessings: Shelley

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  143. I'd like a raw cookbook. This recipe looks delicious!

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  144. I came across your site from Suzi Blu's website. The above recipe looks delish. Heading over to your FB now!

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  145. Fantastic..can't wait to try it :)

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  146. Looks amazing... thanks for sharing! C x

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