December 5, 2010

13 Responses

  1. bitt says:

    I didn't recognize it being a repost. Looks really good, especially the dessert.

  2. HiHoRosie says:

    Everything looks great. The smoothie looks beautiful – I have yet to try white chia seeds. And that soup gets my mouth watering every time. Okay, the one other time I saw it. 🙂 It just looks so amazing!

  3. Elizabeth says:

    More stellar raw recipes!! Thank you!
    As for your
    Questions of the Week
    "How do you juggle being busy with trying to be raw and healthy?"
    I try to juggle being healthy while being extremely busy w/ 5 children which I educate at home. But the beauty of all this maddness is that they are learning by example and have come to love raw living foods. They support me very much and share all of my raw entrees. My six year old routinely says, when I creat a new recipe, "Mom you have to put that on your Raw Blog!!"
    Peace & Raw Health,

  4. Anonymous says:

    You are eating a lot of fat. lol. Everything looks so yummy! I will have to try the Coconut Cashew Soup.

  5. Coconut Cashew Soup looks amazing!

    as does the raw pasta and cooked spagh squash. And I am on vacay and am eating my weight in cherry tomatoes. They don't have full size tomatoes for under a king's ransom$$ so cherry/grape tomatoes it is…these dishes all look awesome of yours. As usual of course 🙂

  6. Jen says:

    How do you juggle being busy with trying to be raw and healthy?

    I actually was asked this question today. I try to plan my meals for the week. As well, when I get home from the grocery store, I usually wash and cut my veggies and put them in containers.

    What is your absolute favorite raw recipe or meal?

    It is simple – apples slices, sprinkled with fresh ground cinnamon and dipped in almond/cashew butter.

  7. kelli says:

    i love spaghetti squash, and your plum pie is so pretty!

    my favorite raw meal is raw pizza. i just love the crunchy buckwheat crusts and how i can make a bunch at a time and freeze them. the cashew cheeze is easy to whip up as well as the veggie toppings. served with a big side salad… mmmmmm!=)

  8. Cynthia says:

    It's been hard staying raw but I have my green smoothie and salad everyday along with raw snacks then usually cooked veggies in the evening. I just have to stay away from the holiday treats. Were going camping for 10 days so no baked treats for me. My favorite recipes are my green smoothies and banana ice cream. All your recipes are wonderful and I don't remember this as a repost.
    Peace Cynthia

  9. Nelly says:

    gosh i love spaghetti squash…yum!

    and i'll never tire of zucchini pasta!!!

    you're always ever so clever and creative! food is like artwork when put in your hands!


  10. Serena says:

    All of this looks amazing! i have been a lot less raw lately, because of the winter…do you have any tips for raw living in the winter?

  11. Anonymous says:

    I've actually been having a hard time keeping up with the raw food recently. At the very least, though, I've been committing to having one green smoothie every day. If I can stick with that through the holiday season, then I'm ahead of where I was last year!

    P.S. I just made an amazing smoothie yesterday and put the recipe here ( Cheers!

  12. Anonymous says:

    your prices seem kind of off. i'm assuming these are not organic, but even still. the organic nut butters you mention are over $10 ea. are you saying 4 tablespoons =~$2? that's only economical if you eat it everyday till it's done.

  13. Anonymous says:

    I was going to say your pics are absolutely beautiful! I can't believe these were the last minute ones. Thank you so much for all your attention to detail.