December 13, 2009

14 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    Hi Lisa…another fabulous day's eats!

    you just solidified in my head that I am going to get the dehydrator…I want an excalibur but it's out of my budget and Costco is selling a nice one for $50.00 (ish) and it's meals like yours that make me realize I could use it for more than crakers and bread.

    I am slowly trying to eat more raw..summer is easier( of course) but I am still craving it.

    I am looking for more raw and low sugar snacks and dishes.

    The next time I need help with one I am sending it your way!
    Thanks for another lovely meal plan..I truly love your blog's focus! it's beautiful too!

  2. hi mariposagirl … so glad you find this helpful … yes, i find the dehydrator can come in handy, most especially in the winter … the excalibur's are fab (from what i hear! 🙂 … i use a round one that has a very low heat setting …

    i really love your blog as well (what's the best way for me to follow your wordpress blog, btw?)

  3. Anonymous says:

    Hi Lisa…that's a good question…I have no idea how to use google readers etc…I keep trying to make one let alone create one on my blog..
    I use my blogroll and also my favorites tab …

    I need to brush up on my computer skills for sure!

  4. Oceangoddess says:


    I have a recipe for you. Just tossed it together the other day when I was in a hurry to pack a healthy lunch…it's a carrot, grated, some unsweetened finely shredded coconut, some dates, chopped about raisin sized, and a squirt of honey or agave. It was dessert! Tasted like a carrot cake-ish. Maybe some chopped nuts (almonds or pecans) would have added to the carrot-cakeyness. 🙂
    Love your blog!
    Kimberly Graham

  5. As always your food is looking quite delish! Have an awesome weekend.

  6. Isle Dance says:

    I can't help but say the same thing I keep thinking…SO wonderful, this is!

  7. 313HealthyMe says:

    Wow! I am speechless….

    My first day on rawfoodrehab (ning site) and I am given your link (rawgranny referred you). I absolutely love, love, love what you can do with ordinary veggies without cooking them. I am drooling over the broccoli and mushroom dish as well as the desert…Mmmmmmmmmmm
    Thanks for sharing.

  8. KombuchaCHIC says:

    What an awesome blog! I love how you write out the costs of everything, it helps to put it all into perspective! Thanks a lot!

  9. Karen says:

    Hello! Thanks for the awesome looking menu–one thing I wanted to clarify: when you puree the orange, does it include the pith & skin or do you peel it after zesting?

  10. Christy says:

    My dehydrator is currently busted. And support from Excalibur has been somewhat lackluster. More about that here.

    I'm making this tonight, to warm it I have it in the oven at 150 degrees with the door open. Hopefully, I won't be destroying too many of the enzymes…

  11. Christy says:

    When I said 'this' I should have been more specific. The marinated broccoli and mushrooms. =)

  12. You're awesome Lisa!