Jenny's Raw Recipe Blog
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Posted on September 22 2014 | (2) Comments
Category:Easy Raw Meals
Do You Wish it was Easier to Eat a Healthy, Energizing Lunch Every Day?
Introducing: Jenny's Ultimate Lunch Kit!
This isn’t another cookbook or cooking class: it’s a kit you can follow to easily have a healthy lunch every day for the rest of your life.
What you eat for lunch can mean the difference between a happy, creative, and productive afternoon or one spent feeling grumpy and exhausted.
Here’s A Lunch I Especially Love in Summer and a Discount on My Course…
I’ve said it before, but I’ll say it again: eating a high-raw diet is great all year round, but it’s the most natural thing to do in summer. When the days are long and the sun is warm, I usually want to forget cooking and eat foods that feelconnected to the earth and all its beauty and wonder.
And maybe it’s my California roots, but there’s something about the phrase “avocado season” that makes me feel even warmer. For a raw foodie, the easy availability of ripe, tasty avocados is a dream come true.
Creamy frozen desserts don't have to be heavy with fat and calories. In this just-in-time-for-summer demonstration, I’ll show you how to prepare sorbet, a frozen treat that is beloved in Europe and gaining tremendous popularity in the U.S.
My Grape Sorbet is a raw food dessert that is naturally delicious, as well as naturally fat-free and dairy-free, yet surprisingly creamy and unquestionably delicious. Sophisticated enough for an adult palate, with a slightly wine-y flavor, Grape Sorbet is also a hit with kids.
Let me show you how easy it is to make raw Grape Sorbet and why a “food mill” may be your favorite new kitchen tool.
Chopped salads are a well-loved menu item at fine restaurants around the world. Truly a “chef’s choice,” these colorful salads can be made with everything from steamed cauliflower and broccoli, to roasted artichokes, raw cucumbers, and onions. In my video, I’ll demonstrate how to create a colorful raw salad that is an exceptionally satisfying one-dish meal made without animal protein.
You’ll be surprised at how easy it is to master a satisfying Chopped Salad, where several vegetables are chopped into uniform bite-sized pieces so you can taste all of them in every mouthful.
Posted on July 01 2014 | (0) Comments
If you’re counting calories, dismissing dairy, or giving up gluten, dessert is depressing.
WRONG…and I can prove it!
They say the proof is in the pudding, but it’s really in the mind-boggling raw cakes, pies, ice creams, and candies you’ll learn about in my…
New, fast, affordable, video-based course, Raw Desserts: Gluten and Dairy-Free!