Dr Christine Volm recently published her third book about raw food and edible wild plants and she shares her Sweet Potato + Seabuckthorn recipe.
Making our own meals is a great way to connect with what our body needs. We know the quality and quantity of what we eat. No hidden surprises. Making and enjoying home cooked meals with family and new and good friends is fun. Good times. Explore and experiment with these recipes.
recipe by Sprouted Kitchen + photography by Huge Forte
A berry-ginger cocktail for those times.
recipe by Cheryl Lin
It may be called a summer salad but it’s yumminess for all year ’round, at least where mango is seasonally available. Eat local. Eat seasonal.
words by We love what these women are doing. Women chefs + women cooks, making beautiful healthy food, with recipes that we can all follow and experiment with.
recipe by Virginia Ball.
An easy to make recipe for raw chocolate mousse that is packed with nutrition. Use the recipe as a guideline for the sweetness.
raw recipe by Christine Volm
A raw recipe that gives you the benefits of fermentation and leave you questioning what you thought raw food was before this.
recipe byJoseph Forest
An easy way to detox is using food as medicine. This combination from culinary chef Joseph is super packed with herbal goodness.
recipe by Joseph Forest & Vesanto Melina
interview by Sandra Tonkinson images courtesy of Linda Loo
Linda Loo first found out about raw food in 2006. On the internet. After experimenting with various diets, she has found wellness with Raw Food. Not 100% raw, Linda does feel there is a place for Raw Food in everyone’s diet and it is easier than people think. Try her Berry Banana Mint Smoothie and see what you think.