Welcome to Rawmazing where I share my recipe creations and ideas to inspire a healthy, plant-based lifestyle. I am Certified in Plant-Based Nutrition and Professional Learn More Plant Based-Cooking. I am also a Professional Food Photographer. Subscribe.

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Chef John's Raw Kale Salad. In a cooking rut? Add a burst of freshness to inspire you! Try Chef John's take on a seasonal kale salad. Raw Pad Thai "Love this dish! It gave me a chance to try out my new Spiralizer. This one is a keeper!" – Jen. Green Gazpacho "Easy to make and refreshing on a …

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Welcome to Let's Cook RAW … Together! A fun way to experience RAW plant-based cuisine by preparing food along with the best professional chefs. Our free …

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Cooking also boosts some nutrients, like beta-carotene and lycopene, and kills bacteria, which helps you avoid food poisoning. There is no scientific evidence that raw foods prevent illness.

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There are definitely health benefits to incorporating raw foods into your diet, as explained by Jamie Vespa MS, RD and Cooking Light's assistant nutrition editor: "Certain heat-sensitive nutrients, such as B-vitamins (including folate) and vitamin C, start to break down and suffer nutrient loss at temperatures above 118°F." But it's ...

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A Flexible Approach to a Raw Food Diet. Think going raw means eating raw meals all day, every day? Think again. Prepare for a practical, delicious, and flexible way to approach raw food with The Raw Deal Cookbook.Featuring over 100 amazingly simple plant-based recipes, plus tips and tricks for fitting raw food into your busy life, you'll explore raw …

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10 Plants You Can Keep on Your Kitchen Windowsill For Cooking BUY NOW $21 If you want to bring some new life into your apartment, a plant or two (or 12) is definitely the way to go. You don't need ...

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Fresh herbs can add pop to all kinds of foods. But, with so many varieties, uses and techniques, we felt that we needed an herb cheat sheet. Luckily, Sur La Table national chef Joel Gamoran is ...

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"Eat Feel Fresh provides a wealth of knowledge about the Ayurvedic way of cooking. This book is well organized, a treat to your eyes, and a sheer pleasure to read. Sahara Rose is a shining light who will inspire you towards a healthier and happier lifestyle."

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Healthier, happier living through a plant based, raw food diet. Eating a raw food diet, or incorporating more raw foods can help you detoxify, energize and rejuvenate. Many experience significant weight loss and other dramatic health improvements. Getting started with raw food can be challenging, especially if you are in a health crisis.

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Jun 19, 2013· Oregano + Chicken: Roasted, baked, poached or grilled — any way you want to cook your chicken, oregano can make it taste even better.Whisk minced oregano into a marinade or stuff whole sprigs inside the chicken before roasting. Herbed Dinner Rolls: I love the flavor (and aroma!) of this herb when baked into a soft yeasted roll, either by itself or with other fresh herbs.

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Fresh, jumbo raw peanuts from ia arrive in the shell. These are one of the largest varieties of peanuts available. In shell jumbo raw peanuts are ideal for those who like to eat them unroasted. You can also cook them to your own taste. Our jumbo peanuts are a healthy treat that is high in protein, fiber, and heart-healthy nutrients.

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Mar 16, 2009· Food – Raw Versus Cooked. ... they are destroyed by the heat involved in processing and cooking. Organic raw foods — if you grow them yourself — still come with their beneficial bacteria. Consider that one more reason, along with the bad economy, to plant a victory garden. Raw …

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Pesto is easy to adapt to a raw food diet. Use fresh basil, cold-pressed oil (I like coconut oil and cold-pressed flax oil), and nutritional yeast instead of cheese. You can add extra oil or a bit of water for a thinner sauce, or more nuts for a thicker pesto.

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Herb Identification – Do you know your herbs? Most people know the names of a few fresh herbs that are most commonly used in recipes. Basil and rosemary have quite a distinctive look so it's easy to remember what they are.

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Leaves from the stevia plant are a diabetic-safe, low-calorie sweetener that is 100 to 300 times sweeter than sucrose. Stevia is consumed around the world and has no safety concerns regarding its use, according to Drugs.com. It is a zone 9 perennial herb, perfect for your windowsill garden.

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Apr 17, 2018· Toast some bread and pile it on for a mostly raw meal. To keep it totally raw, skip the bread and use sliced jicama. VEGETABLE AND HERB CHOPPED SALAD WITH TREELINE CHEESE DRESSING. We love chopped salad, especially this one that's filled with greens, fresh …

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Growing the Chocolate Mint Plant. Like any plant of the mint species, take caution as to where you plant it. The plant may look small at first, but it does try to take over gardens, or any spot where it may be left to grow. Quite deceptive! I kept mine in a large, flat cake pan for a while, although I later transplanted it to a deeper pot of ...

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Apr 28, 2008· In this episode of Chow-To, Guillermo meets with Francesca Chaney, the youngest restaurateur in Brooklyn, at her vegan café Sol Sips. Francesca teaches Guillermo how to make vegan cultured butter using coconut oil, creating not only a healthier and tastier alternative to the commonly found substitutes (looking at you margarine), but also an affordable option compared to store-bought.

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How to Eat Rhubarb Raw. In its raw state, the "pie plant" is pretty sour. Think Granny Smith apple sour! This is one of the reasons it's often paired with sweeter fruits, like strawberry. To eat rhubarb solo, dip the stalk into sugar or honey to help mellow out that tart taste.

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People eat both the leaves and roots of the taro plant, but you shouldn't eat either one raw. Think of taro root as the potato's healthier cousin. It has more fiber than a potato and is a good source of potassium, vitamin C, calcium, vitamin E, B vitamins, and trace minerals [source: Erman ].

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Plant Based Academy is a world renowned international raw vegan organic plant based training institute. Plant Based Academy is a world authority on refined fine dining raw food mastery training, plant based nutritional science training, comprehensive lifestyle medicine training, advanced herbalism training and vegan organic edible skincare training.

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The raw food diet has been around for many years, with a recent trend picking up over the last decade more so than ever. As a means to get healthier, eat more fruits and vegetables, have more ...

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Broccoli: Raw broccoli contains three times the amount of sulforaphane, a cancer-fighting plant compound, than cooked broccoli does (34, 35). Cabbage: Cooking cabbage destroys the enzyme ...

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Jun 15, 2020· Rosemary is a popular herb that originated in the Mediterranean, and that's often used in Italian and French cuisine. The herb is spicy and warm, and is often paired with rich meats like lamb, with sour lemons, and even with sweet dishes. The key to using rosemary in cooking is to chop it finely ...

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To find fresh curry leaves, look no further than on the shelves of a local Asian or Indian grocery store. If you've got a green thumb, you can try growing a curry leaf plant yourself (Murraya koenigii), but make sure it's not the Mediterranean curry plant (Helichrysum italicum).Here are four ways to use curry leaves in cooking.

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Raw Food & Plant Based Chef Gastro Coach Creative Chef @Vikasa, Thailand Co-Founder: Plant Based Institute Cook Book Author Show Cook. Private gourmet raw food chef catering exclusive dinners, events and workshops. Menu consulting for raw food vegan restaurants and cafés. Ayurvedic Yoga Massage Therapist ...

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Vegan raw foodists believe that cooking food above 115 F/46 C causes these plant-based foods to lose helpful living enzymes and thus their nutritional value. Therefore, this diet is more limited than a vegan diet, which will include cooked whole grains and soy products. It is logical to wonder, then, if those on a vegan raw food diet are able to get the required amount of protein.

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