Juice Pulp Artistry

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Juice Pulp Artistry

This month I was presented with the best gift ever, as an offering for my birthday/23rd Veganniversary/”get well soon” (how long does it take to fully recover from a broken knee,  anyway?)/Lorax Communuity project & book helper – a Sedona RAW FOOD dehydrator from Tribest! I had previously owned 3 Excaliburs (two of my own, one Lorax Community’s in NYC) which were very helpful to me, but this one really blows them out of the water – especially from a raw vegan perspective. How so?...

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Product Review & Recipe: Lev’s Green Tea Kombucha

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Product Review & Recipe: Lev’s Green Tea Kombucha

I have been a kombucha enthusiast for quite some time, and make a point of tasting just about any I encounter along the way (with the exception of those bottled in plastic). After my last semi-extended fasting adventure (2 days water, 2 days dry), I made the decision to transition slowly back into caloric intake with kombucha, organic juices, and organic fresh fruit only. What better way to break a fast than with delicious probiotic goodness? Most kombucha available on the market is made from black tea, and also...

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Vegan Bite By Bite

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Vegan Bite By Bite

Although not normally one to get caught up in the “holiday gift ideas” frenzy, I found myself compelled to say a few words about a new discovery which impressed me as a great “jumping off” point for those who are just beginning their respective journeys down the path to vegan and raw vegan dietary transitions. This wonderful resource was recently brought to my attention by an exceptionally delightful author (and fellow longtime vegan) by the name of Marilyn Peterson, whose incredible 32...

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Sea Spaghetti

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Sea Spaghetti

I recently opted to try “Sea Spaghetti” (also known as Himanthalia Elongata) for experimental use in some Italian style, raw “pasta” dishes. This item had been described tender, mild in flavour, and similar in texture to al dente pasta. It was also described as being less “overpowering” than other sea vegetables such as certain kelp varieties, which made sea spaghetti sound ideal in recipes where traditional, grain-made pastas would generally be used. Photography I had seen on...

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