February 21, 2010

16 Responses

  1. HiHoRosie says:

    Awesome! I love how creative you are with each meal and willing to help the rest of us plan on a budget and yet have variety. thanks!

  2. My partner was only saying this weekend how much he'd like to spread some almond butter onto some raw bread … and then you come along with the perfect idea to make it happen πŸ™‚

    Love the menu formats as well x

  3. IndrΔ— says:

    I see smth very useful ;]

  4. Rosie … thanks so much, glad you enjoy … I'm always amazed at the wide variety there is in raw foods …

  5. Hey Antony, glad I could help πŸ™‚ … xoxo

  6. Nikki says:

    Another great menu! The bread for the NB&J looks especially good. I've been trying to make breads & crackers without nuts. Yum!

  7. shannonmarie says:

    Yummy. I'm a fool for that fool πŸ™‚

  8. Anonymous says:

    This all looks delicious – I love your blog! I'm always excited when Monday comes around and there's a new day's worth of food.

  9. Earth Mother says:

    Ohmygosh, you come up with the BEST ideas, Lisa. I never even heard of a "fool," but I'm all over this one!

    Loving the NB&J too. Looks just like the real deal. ツ

    You're a gem!


  10. Diana says:

    The upcoming e-book is very exciting news! I especially love today's menu. You are doing great work! πŸ™‚

  11. Isle Dance says:

    YOU are AMAZing!

  12. kelli says:

    yum! (and where do you get your cashews?!)

  13. crunchybits says:

    Oh yum! I've been looking for a bread that my kids might like, and this looks like a winner! I just recently found your site and LOVE it! Thanks so much!

  14. Anonymous says:

    Out of curiosity, why is honey in seemingly most of the recipes here? It isn't vegan.

  15. Kelli, I get nearly all of our food at our local (rural) grocery. They have bulk raw nuts.

    ty crunchybits!

    kaptn, you're right, of course, honey isn't vegan. I usually give two options, honey or agave, and really they're interchangeable. For me, I've never completely given up honey. I get mine from a neighbor who is a hobbyist bee keeper. Even so, I do think I'll give it up altogether. I have something in mind that I'm going to try as a substitute for both honey and agave.

  16. We tried both this breakfast (we used it as an after dinner snack) and this dessert. Loved them both!! πŸ™‚