Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Eating Raw

So I've read a few "raw" food books now and I went to a class on it too. Its actually a pretty significant transition. It takes creative thinking, new appliances and uses not your regular household ingredients. But look how organized and happy my cupboards look. I have jars full of the weirdest things like maca root, lots of seeds and nuts and dried fruit and beans, yogurt and carob chips, steel cut oats, lentils, barley, agave, quinoa, coconut flour... I find that I use these kinds of things more when its handy.

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