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Raw Food Workshops and Demonstrations

1-Hour raw food demonstrations are *such* a fun way to start discovering raw & living foods. Bring a friend & expect to have a great time.

What's the difference between a workshop and a demonstration?

Just the name. The healthy food stores call them "workshops" and in the raw food world, we call them "demonstrations". Don't mean to confuse!

These raw & living food demonstrations are a 1-hour workshop where you will:
• learn a new raw food recipe each month
• sample live food cuisine
• acquire information about raw & living food.

This is a great & economical way to learn more about the living food lifestyle. You’ll gain new tips & awareness in healthy eating.

If you are new to raw food, you’ll be amazed by the taste & variety of the food. You’ll also enjoy the quick & easy raw food recipes which you can incorporate into your own diet no matter what % of living food you choose to eat.

Bring a pen/pencil, ask me questions & come with a big smile. We’ll have fun for sure!


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when we do a raw food demo or a workshop, there's usually other yummy things to eat like the green zebra tomatoes from my garden with Alissa Cohen's raw goddess dressing...


Demo/Workshop information for 2008

Below you'll find dates/info about the 1-hour workshops that I'm holding for 2008. We'll learn a new raw food recipe, sample raw cuisine & talk about raw & living foods. Come with your questions, a pen & a smile. We'll have lots of fun!

If you couldn't make a workshop & would like to schedule one at another location, please feel free to email me & we'll make it a REALITY!

When:
January 15, 2008 from 6:30 - 7:30 pm
Where:
Hunger Mountain Coop, Montpelier, VT.
Cost:
$12 for non-members, $10 for members
Description:
Curried Wraps. Get the new year off to a great start: Curried Wraps with 2 kinds of scrumptious filling. The spices are warming for your body and the taste is just delicious. We'll talk about the wonders of the dehydartor: the raw fooder's oven.

When: February 12, 2008 from 6:30 - 7:30 pm
Where:
Hunger Mountain Coop, Montpelier, VT.
Cost:
$12 for non-members, $10 for members
Description:
February is Heart Healthy Month. Our recipe this month is Mint Chocolate Chip Milkshake. What? Are you crazy? No, not when there are so many heart healthy ingredients in this raw food recipe. Almonds, lecithin, raw cacao, Vitamineral green... these are just a few of the ingredients. You'll dazzle your friends with such a delicious and healthy recipe. Your kids will love and drink this up as well.

When:
March 11, 2008 from 6:30 - 7:30 pm
Where:
Hunger Mountain Coop, Montpelier, VT.
Cost:
$15 for non-members, $13 for members
Description:
It is said that they way you start your day is important so why not start with really satisfying fresh foods that give you a lovely jump start to making it a great day. We'll make 3 types of simple raw breakfasts that you and your kids will love. These recipes are EASY, vegan, living, wheat free, dairy free and guilt free.

When:
April 16, 2008 from 6:30 - 7:30 pm
Where:
Hunger Mountain Coop, Montpelier, VT.
Cost:
$12 for non-members, $10 for members
Description:
Green Smoothies. We'll make 3 types of green smoothies and talk about the benefits of incorporating more greens into your diet. We'll talk about the edible weeds that we'll hopefully be starting to see grow in our yards that we can also put into our smoothies which are healthy and delicious.

2007 Raw Food Workshops
January: Chocolate "Turtle" Candy
January:
Date Nut Torte
February: Carrot Cake
March: RAWvioli
April:Lemon Pudding
May: Tu-NO Fish
May: Strawberry & Blueberry Crepes
June: BBQ Chick-UN Fingers
June: "Potato" Salad
July: Angel Hair Pasta with Marinara
July: Raw Creemies!
August: Lentil Cups
August: Juices, Smoothies & Soups
September: Zucchini Hummus
September: Easy Apple Pie
October: Pumpkin Pudding
November: Tapenade Stuffed Mushrooms
December: Fig Date Squares


2006 Raw Food Workshops
August: Almond Milk & Truffles
September: Applesauce with Nut Creme
October: Broccomole!
November: Pumpkin Pie
December: a Raw Yule Log

if you'd like to revisit any of these, please just let me know. I'm happy to recycle recipes particularly if they are new to you.

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groovy images of almond milk




these two pictures are of raw almonds that Pat ate while in Crete. They are beautiful "as is", but I was just playing in photoshop. this is how I see things without my glasses. I guess that's why I love to play with images in photoshop so much... :-)




another shot of the applesauce (see top of page). there is a sweet cracker dipped in there and the sweet nut creme on top. This is DELICIOUS and soooooo easy to make.

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