February 27, 2011

12 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    I don't know if it's considered raw but I know spirulina has a ton of iron in it. I've also found dried peaches and pumpkin seeds are a surprisingly good source.

    I'm excited to see how your garden progresses!


  2. shannonmarie says:

    Sounds like we could all use a little extra iron these days. That smoothie is a good idea.

    Love the beet salad. That bright hue photographs beautifully.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog. I really appreciate it 🙂

  3. cool!
    I've never seen a baked apple quite like that!

  4. Angelique says:

    If you have room for cherimoya trees, I can mail you some seeds for free. My favorite fruit!! (or maybe a close tie with ripe mango)

  5. bitt says:

    Love the baked apple idea! So going to do that. I bet it makes the house smell wonderful too.

    Thanks for focusing on iron. I need all the tips I can get there.

    I developed an aversion to beets sadly after some beet juice gave me a bad reaction. Maybe I'm allergic.

  6. Anonymous says:

    I believe blackstrap molasses also contains iron but I don't think it is raw.

  7. HiHoRosie says:

    The baked apple looks great! It'd be a hit in our house for sure! And look forward to the garden updates. We'll be gardening again this year and are really looking forward to it.

  8. Everything looks so good, but the baked apple really caught my eye. Yum!!

    I'm excited about your gardening updates and will be looking forward to them. We're going to try our hands at a little balcony gardening here at the apartment. Should be fun. 🙂

  9. kelli says:

    i'm excited to read of your garden adventures! ohio heirloom seeds are also very inexpensive at 1.29 a pack, 1.99 flat shipping rate.

  10. Venita Hale says:

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  11. Anonymous says:

    MMMM….gonna try the smoothie for breakfast!!! I have all of the ingredients!!!
    Connecting with you from Raw Food Rehab!!
    I LOVE your pics!!!

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