May 1, 2011

10 Responses

  1. Hi! I'm new to your blog and to the raw food lifestyle. I just wanted to let you know that I love all your recipes and that it's great to know that even those who are on a tight budget can enjoy the benefits of eating for health. Also, I love Pad Thai so I'm very excited to try your recipe out! Just a question though, do you ever order your ingredients online? I'm originally from California but I'm currently living in the Philippines. A lot of the raw products are not available to us, it would be great if you know a place that will ship here!

  2. Sasha says:

    Just found your site. Had heard about it before. I am so happy follow you as I want to watch my raw food budget:)

  3. kt says:

    That ice cream cake looks like yummy chocolate goodness- who cares if directions were ignored? 🙂

    Good luck with your health issue. I hope it is resolved soon.

  4. freesia says:

    I just stumbled upon your blog, I really loooooove it!
    As a vegan I always try to eat whole foods, but to be honest it costs me a LOT.
    Your blog & recipes are so inspiring 🙂 Thanks!

  5. Those sprout wraps are making me hungry. They look so good!

  6. Lauren says:

    Love your blog and the itemization. I also think you love avocados as much as I do.

  7. Frannie says:

    Now this is a wonderful menu. I am going to try the Pad Thai and of course the chocolate cake!

  8. Kalavati says:

    I like your blog for food ideas-I jsut discovered it, but I have to say in looking at brkfast with mango recipe for example-where do you live? the prices you give are about 1/2 of the cost at my health food coop. For example avocado's are running $1.99 apiece-you are not using organic then? I'm in Masschusetts. And my coop tries to buy local and the markup is low as it's member owned. Do you feel organic is important? I think it is relative to price-in terms of what your body gets from it-if, if one can afford it.

  9. Contact says:

    I would use half the cayenne when I make the pad Thai again, but… since it was a little spicy for me… I served in a lettuce wrap and it was perfect.

  10. * says:

    I made the pad thia, it was absolutely divine! For the noodles I used a bag of broccoli slaw. It's broccoli, carrots, and other veggies sliced in matchstick size. (I was lazy that day…lol). I will definately make again, soooo good!