I was going through my remaining stash of nuts and seeds from the last Pure Joy training and began hatching some recipe plans for the next couple of weeks. I’ve been experimenting with several raw granola recipes for a few days now and I’m gonna start sharing all with you.
I enjoy making my own granola whether its balls, bars or just the simple ones I eat for breakfast mixed with nut milk.…Read more →
A couple weeks ago I released a Recipe Book, Raw Food Made Fun, Easy & Beautiful. Yaaaayyyy! It is the culmination of a year’s worth of recipe development and teaching. You can get your copy here. But you may want to wait a second! Today I’ll be running a giveaway for Two Free Copies!…Read more →
When it comes to making a new flax crackers recipe, there’s a few key components.
- Flax meal or soaked flax seeds. Haha I had to do it. On a more serious note, I am not a fan of using whole, unsoaked flax seeds in my flax crackers recipes. Either they need to be ground into a meal or soaked into a pudding texture.
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A while back a friend of mine from Jakarta asked me to send her a bunch of wheatgrass powder because it was much cheaper here in Bali. I accidentally ordered frozen wheatgrass powder that would’ve gone bad if I tried to ship it. So I ended up with a whole bunch of wheatgrass powder.…Read more →
I wanted to post this recipe right now because I’m writing a song called “Everything’s Better in a (W)rap” – which is so true. A Wrap can also take a couple dishes that would otherwise not work on their own, and transform them into a complete meal. This is one of those.…Read more →
The first time I ever had a non-liquid Raw Cheese was when former Raw Food Bali Chef and Recipe Book Author Leah Rinaldi came back to Bali in February of this year and taught a course. Since leaving Bali a few years back, she has since worked at two world renown Raw Food Restaurants, Saf in London and Pure Food and Wine in NYC.…Read more →
It’s that time of year again. That time when the pumpkins evolve from Halloween decorations to Thanksgiving Desserts. When early holiday bargain hunters loiter around malls wailing ominous noises while they wait for Black Friday deals to kick in. When the average American stuffs their belly full of Turkey, Stuffing, Gravy and Biscuits while watching Tony Romo score less with the Dallas Cowboys than he does with pop music divas. …Read more →
It took me a while to warm up to Raw Soups. No pun intended. I swear! At first I just thought that I might as well be drinking this thing in a smoothie. But then I started Freeshin my own soups, and making them both thicker and more intense in flavor than the ones I had tried.…Read more →
Bali, and the whole country of Indonesia for that matter, have given me so much, particularly its people, and I like to give back in whatever ways I can. One of the ways I’m trying to do this is to create healthy, Raw Food Recipes that they can relate to and make easily.…Read more →
As many of you know, I have recently been in possession of large amounts of pumpkin. It took me 3 weeks to finish it all off, and during that time I made pumpkin pie, soup, juice, nutmilkshake, sushi, and added pumpkin to many of my salads. A few times I even ate it raw on its own, whilst getting in touch with my mono-eating animal side.…Read more →