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How excited I am. I am curious about eating raw but not yet comitted. I juice a lot however I like my sunday dinner which normally consists of sweet potatoe, yam and fish with vegetables. I would like to learn how to make raw dishes for the week. I am looking forward to the outcome of my transformation
Nice to be here
I am glad to find a forum where I can get some guidance on this decision.
I tried to go raw before but I did not succeed (it was eighty percent ) raw and 20 percent or so cooked tho I felt great on it.
The reason I didn't succeed was because I didn't have support and didn't really understand how to make recipes that were
interesting and variety.
Where do u buy some of these ingredients? agave, what's that. everytime I look @ recipes they look wonderful except
I don't understand what some of the ingredients are and where you would buy them.
I hope this isn't a silly question.
I live outside the city of Ottawa but I know thre must be places in the city where I can shop where i can have a good variety of
also what is cacao.
I have a juicer and have been juicing greens, fruit and making smoothies and salads, fruit salads for a couple weeks and am
doing wonderful but I am afraid that down the road I am going to fail for lack of variety.
Thanks for any help towards the steps I am taking.
Just signed up and wanted to say hello. I am very new to raw, this is day 6 for me, so I will be asking alot of questions to help me along this very exciting journey. I live in Niagara falls Canada, so if there is anyone one else from around here maybe we can share where to get he best deals on food and the stuff we need. I was eating a SAD diet until 6 days ago! I was reserching vegetarinism, when I came across raw diets. It just sounded so much better, it made more sense, and voila, here I am! Right now I am close to 80 or 90 % raw, I have eaten black olives and a little feta cheese on my salads and some soy milk when I didn't have any nut milk.