November 1, 2009

7 Responses

  1. Mandy says:

    This is such a great blog. Now that is starting to get colder I am in need of motivation to eat more raw and less (falling into the comfort food trap) of heated. Thanks! Going to make some Almond mylk now 🙂

  2. hi mandy, thanks … yes, comfort food is tempting in the winter, especially warm comfort food! … using spices like ginger and cayenne and warming things in the dehydrator can help …

  3. Twins says:

    The smoothie looks yummy : )

  4. Angie says:

    I love your blog – all the food looks really good. The cheapest I ever get bananas is around 25 – 30 cents each, and more than that if I buy organic ones. So I want to know: where do you buy bananas for 10 cents each?!

  5. hi angie, so glad you enjoy my blog! … i live in a small rural area in michigan, and shop at the one (yes, one!) and only grocery store around … surprisingly, they have some organic produce, although never organic bananas

    i buy bananas when they're on sale for $.39 a lb or less … i buy as many as i can and then freeze them (good thing i love banana ice cream!) … so, for small to medium bananas, that usually works out to about 10 cents each …

  6. bitt says:

    only $6? i'd still have some left over for a kombucha. 🙂

  7. ~pixx says:

    I wish I could shop where you do! The bananas surprised me too, but more so the spinach leaves. Around here, 5 oz runs $2.69 and up. Ugh.

    The Pumpkin Spice Smoothie looks wonderful, BTW. So does the Sweet Milk, as well as several other things. Glad to find your site!