Beginner's Raw Blog
My husband and I are new to raw and doing a 30 day trial to see how it affects us. We set up a blog to document everything: www.rawfoodrealpeople.blogspot.com . We hope to connect with anyone who has an opinion, but especially want the site to provide support to mainstream people thinking about going even a little raw - people like us who used to eat whatever we wanted, like to drink, and have 8-5 office jobs with judgmental co-workers!
Hope to talk to some of you soon,
I'm new to raw myself. This site and the people here are AWESOME. Very caring, informative, encouraging, and non-judgemental! It's great that your husband is doing it with you...kudos to you both. i'm going to check out your link you have listed.
[edited] Your blog is impressive. WOW you guys went all out with the kitchen gizmos. I only have a Jack Lalaine juicer and a cuisinart blender/food processor combo thing LOL I do want to get a hi power juicer BUT cleanup needs to be EASY. I don't use my juicer that often becasue of the cleanup and dismantling and reattaching blah blah blah.
I tried to click on that green smoothie challenge thing...it said page not found :( so do you have a diff addie for it?? I am intersted in checking it out.
Best of luck!
Hi! Thanks for checking out the blog! The right link is www.greensmoothiechallenge.com , I have the hubby updating it now (I'm blocked from doing it at work!)
Anyway yeah, the gadgets were made possible by a generous x-mas gift from the in-laws, but none of it is really necessary. Here's my rundown:
juicer - we got a hand me down one but don't ever use it. I like smoothies better and besides, why leave all the good pulp behind?
blender - we had a standard blender which I thought made fine smoothies, but nathan wanted the fancy one, it was his x-mas money so I said whatever. I guess the standard blender wouldn't make ice cream or nut butters but it's not really necessary.
dehydrator - i'm really glad we have it because I like the bread sorts of stuff. the smaller ones are not too expensive, maybe $125?
spiralizer - completely unnecessary. sort of fun but I don't see us using it a ton, i'd rather just dip carrot or zucchini chunks into whatever sauce I make.
hope that helps, keep visiting, your feedback is really appreciated! www.rawfoodrealpeople.blogspot.com
i'm commenting on your blog now. Thanks for blogging!
blending your soul if you gaze into the Vitamix! Ha! My VM is my pride and joy I got over 10 years ago.
Leftover veggie pulps from the juicer can be put into your crackers that you dehydrate.
Ezekial tortillas are not raw, but I like that the grains are sprouted and live before cooked. I am not 100% raw so I do have those tortillas. And Trajer Joe's has some wonderful sprouted bread and pasta that I occasionally have.