If you happened to hear a loud thud in the last week, chances are it was the sound of me falling off the wagon. With only 13 days left to go, raw eating is really starting to lose its luster, and fast. It is becoming time consuming and downright antisocial. I want yogurt, goat feta, [...]
Posts from ‘August, 2009’
Dang! Just got back into town and had forgotten all about this….. I thought this dining event sounded really interesting…. Diva Restaurant at the Metropolitan Hotel is serving up a unique dinner experience as I write this post. “Striving for zero greenhouse gas emissions produced during each dinner, while reducing the environmental footprint of the [...]
After hearing murmurs of this sweet little store for weeks, yesterday was the day I decided to finally zip over and have a look-sie. Tucked away in a picturesque neighbourhood in Vancouver’s Main Street area, The Home Grow-In Grocer is just the sort of place I would love to see in my own neck of [...]
As the days tick by and I get closer to my ‘Raw Challenge’ finish line (September 8), my recipes seem to be getting simpler and easier to prepare. Summer’s bounty of fresh fruit and vegetables is certainly a contributing factor. Why mess with perfection? But one can not live on rabbit food alone. Protein remains [...]
Yeesh….. less than 1 month left to go. Will I be lost without my dehydrator and the frequent whirl of my food processor? Highly doubtful. But summer’s bounty continues to make raw dining not only pleasurable, but downright exciting.
Today’s recipe for ‘Tuna Tartare’ falls into the cro-magnon category, the same arena I touched upon back [...]
Chefs Jeff Van Geest and Dino Renaerts rock the clock at yesterday’s ‘Chefs to the Field’.
Though yesterday’s Chefs to the Field got off to a soggy start, the teaming rain did little to dampen the enthusiasm of its participating chefs, volunteers and other integral participants. Located at Richmond’s Terra Nova Rural Park, this annual event [...]
Raw Almond Milk
This week I promise to keep it simple. Way back in early June, nut milk was one of the very first items I mastered and incorporated into my raw repertoire. Not only is it quick, easy and inexpensive to prepare, it’s actually downright delicious. I now prefer it to cow’s, soy or rice [...]