January 3, 2010

19 Responses

  1. Jodi Clark says:

    I am a new convert to your blog! I love it! I love the simplicity of the dishes and love how you subscribe and photograph everything. Love it, Love it! And your artwork- simply beautiful! Thanks for sharing of yourself.

  2. Lisa Viger says:

    hi jodi, ty … glad you're here … and you know i'm loving your blog as well! … xoxo

  3. Gena says:

    As usual, an inspiring and delicious day!

  4. You are so creative with your food. I really love your blog. And the banana split…OMG!

  5. Hi Lisa, You always surprise me! I've never thought of a breakfast like that but with the weather as cold as it is at the moment I get it. Will definitely try the others, especially the mushrooms and the dessert xoxo

  6. Anonymous says:

    Hey Lisa….alongside my trying to eat raw till dinner most days…I have allotted Saturdays to be my "all raw" day. And I know JUST where I am going to get my inspiration from.

    So in advance THANK YOU . I don't yet have a dehydrator so I will be very careful in my oven for now…

  7. plabos01 says:

    I love this. I just started with raw food. It's been a week. My nose is clear. I'm not tired. I'm not hungry. I miss hot food though.. But I love your recipes. They look so yummy. Can't wait to try. Will let you know when I do..

  8. Lisa Viger says:

    antony, the spices can really warm things up! … & i'm SO glad you're doing videos for rawfu! … rawstar, the chocolate fudge was truly OMG

  9. Lisa Viger says:

    ty gena 🙂 … mariposa, i think low oven can be a very good dehydrator … plaboso, yes, it can be challenging to miss warm foods … but with a dehydrator, you can warm up a lot of foods … like the stuffed mushrooms … they were pretty warm … not hot, but warm … 105 degrees is pretty comfortable for food … it's FREEZING where i live (michigan) and the spices and dehydrator really help … xoxo

  10. Morna says:

    What a delicious day … I want to try all of those recipes. Thank you! 🙂

  11. KombuchaCHIC says:

    Very, very cool! Those stuffed mushrooms look wonderful!

  12. OrganiKooK says:

    Wow! Not only is your presentation and photography gorgeous, the recipes are sublimely simple. Not too sweet either (except for dessert). That is the problem that I have with raw foods- no hot soup, too many sweet foods, and too many nuts. Your combinations provide the right balace of savory and spicy heat.

  13. bitt says:

    banana split! mmmmm!

  14. Ok so I am totally new to the raw thing. I have been a vegetarian for many years, but I am slowly transitioning into all raw. Your blog is my absolute favorite so far. Its so helpful because I am not very creative in the kitchen.
    I have a question about your fudge sauce…what kind of olive oil do you use? I made the chocolate "ice cream" and I am hooked. I love it better than regular ice cream..which I haven't eaten in forever…but this is absolutely delish!

  15. Lisa Viger says:

    believe, welcome to raw foods! yes, slow is the way to go … i use bertolli extra virgin olive oil … and i would assume it's not raw … if you're a stickler for raw oils, you can usually use flax oil instead if the difference in flavor won't be an issue (i think the fudge would be great with flax oil) … also, the folks at http://www.livingtreecommunity.com/ have an excellent raw olive oil …

  16. Anonymous says:

    I freaking love this blog. I have been looking for simple raw food ideas forever and I keep reading these books and blogs and things and all the recipes they have are made up of 30 ingredients or more and half of them I don't enjoy or have never eaten before, BUT your stuff I can do. Thank you so much.

  17. Hidalgofoods says:


    I love your blog. Since my family only wants raw food. We started collecting raw foods, and tried different spices .

  18. lydzirose says:

    There's no Need to eat cooked Sugar!!

    ~ the Other week I heard a Raw food Radio Show and Angelina Elliot talked about Blending about 25 dates with some water and Sweetening food with other fruits!

    ~ I Thought that was a really good Idea!

    ~ too many Dates might not suit the Budget, though! ;0 )

    God Bless you Always,

    Lydia Xx xxxxxxxxxxx>

  19. Gina-Marie says:

    Did a search through your site for "fudge" and came upon this. I just made the banana split and it is SOOOOOO good. I could sit and eat and a huge bowl of the fudge sauce.