February 14, 2010

18 Responses

  1. Jeanne says:

    Lisa, another amazing and wonderful day. When you are ready to release the E Book let me know – if you do affiliates I will post to my blog(s) too. Congrats! Awesome recipes.

  2. kelli says:

    mmm, everything looks delish!

    the book sounds exciting! i think i'll need a copy! =)

  3. shannonmarie says:

    Now that's on a budget. I may be able to make the $10 mark with this one, even if I have to make extra food. Breastfeeding has really given me quite an appetite.

    That's so exciting that you are doing a book. I think it will be very successful. I've considered doing one for a long time, but never had the time. I was even offered a deal to do a raw cupcake book and turned it down due to time and budget issues.

    Maybe one day I'll put together an e-book on my terms. The more I see others do it, the more I am inspired to put out my own. Good luck with yours 🙂

  4. Fabulous recipes as always Lisa! I'm so glad you're putting out an e-book and am really looking forward to reading it 🙂

  5. HiHoRosie says:

    Delicious! You are so awesome! That porridge looks great but the dessert, even better! Good luck with your e-book – I'll get in line with the others. 🙂

  6. Penni says:

    You have no idea how thrilled I am about this eBook, Lisa!! You know I am going to talk about you, your blog and the eBook on tomorrow's main video on Raw Food Rehab. I think it will be a MUST HAVE for anyone interested in raw foods!

    Way to ROCK IT, SISTER!!

  7. Anonymous says:

    I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I don't know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.



  8. GoRawMe says:

    Greets Lisa,

    I love your blog! It's a fresh unique idea, and one that I think will inspire and support a lot of people. Good for you! I'm looking forward to reading you more. I'll be sure to add you to my blog roll.

    In joy, GoRawMe ~)

  9. Tess says:

    I'm so excited about your e-book! I love your recipes, I shy away from a lot or raw food recipes because they are so involved, complicated, and expensive. Your blog is one of the best raw resources I've found so far 🙂

  10. Angelique says:

    Lisa — so great that you're putting out an eBook!
    And I have to ask…did you say something about using a pint mason jar on a Magic Bullet type blender?? I didn't know you could do that w/anything other than a Tribest. Can you pls let us know what brand personal blender you use w/mason jars? (is it Magic Bullet or something else) That would be great to do that with another type of blender!

  11. Angelique, I have an old Proctor Silex blender that I've had for many years (I've replaced the carafe several times) and I discovered that canning jars were comaptible with the blade assembly. All sizes of canning jars (the small mouth ones) are … pint, quart, etc … even the little jelly jars. It works out great since I can blend up whatever and just stick a lid on it. My last blender carafe broke a while ago and I haven't even bothered to replace it.

    Also, lots of regular jars (both glass and plastic) have the same sized mouth as canning jars, so they should fit most blenders as well.

    This should work for almost all blenders since most blender carafes are nearly always interchangeable …

  12. Angelique says:

    Cool tip! Thanks Lisa!

  13. YUM, your food always looks so beautiful and tasty! And I've been looking for a tutorial on sauerkraut for a while, so this is perfect, thank you for sharing.

  14. Wow, I am so happy I have came along and found your blog! Thanks for taking the time to give us these great menus…love it!

    Will be back!

    Yours in Health, Robin

  15. Stephanie says:

    Hi Lisa,
    I also have been following your blog for a while, but have never left a comment. I love that you include all the recipes that go along with your pictures! I had bought buckwheat groats for another recipe (that turned disastrous) and didn't know what to do with it. I'll be sure to try your porridge. And lets not forget that tripple chocolate dessert! I don't know how you come up with these cool techniques, but thanks for sharing!


  16. James says:

    I can't wait to try this buckwheat porridge. Ahhh….simplicity!

  17. We used to eat buckwheat porridge all the time…I am craving it now.

    The dessert looks amazing!!

  18. Ri Ri says:

    Hi! Your blog is wonderful! A friend just recommended me to it today. Wish I had a dehydrator for the burger!