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By The Rawtarian

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In this episode of The Raw Food Podcast The Rawtarian talks about how she uses her recipes (cookbooks, printouts, eBooks, etc.). She also introduces her husband Cameron (her sometimes co-host), and they chat about The Rawtarian's Raw Recipes app for the latter half of the episode.

Beware: we are kind of hyperactive and giddy during this episode. In fact, we kiss on air lol.

Want to find out more about the app? Check out www.therawtarian.com/rrapp

 

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Hi Laura-Jane, I love your podcast it's informative and fun as well
I used to have a dirty stuck of papers as your husband called it, until I found this amazing thing it's called Pocket https://getpocket.com you can archive all the web that you like and tag them and the best part is that there is and app with the same name that you can use to sync it with your smartphone/ipad/kindle once you sync it you can browse offline all the webs that you store there.

A side note about almonds (but it can by apply to any nuts) I heard in many of your podcasts that you don't soak your almonds, you should :)

I know it's kind of annoying but raw almonds have tannic acid and an enzyme inhibitor in their brown skin that protects the nut until the proper levels of sunlight and moisture allow it to germinate. Since the nut does not release its enzymes until those conditions have been reached, eating almonds without removing the inhibitor limits the nutrients your body can absorb and makes the almond difficult to digest. By soaking almonds, you provide the moisture that makes the almond shed its skin and release its enzymes, and I think I don't need to tell you the benefits of enzymes :) The process works with most nuts and seeds.

Bye! and keep up the good work :)

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Hi Laura-Jane, I love your podcast it's informative and fun as well
I used to have a dirty stuck of papers as your husband called it, until I found this amazing thing it's called Pocket https://getpocket.com you can archive all the web that you like and tag them and the best part is that there is and app with the same name that you can use to sync it with your smartphone/ipad/kindle once you sync it you can browse offline all the webs that you store there.

A side note about almonds (but it can by apply to any nuts) I heard in many of your podcasts that you don't soak your almonds, you should :)

I know it's kind of annoying but raw almonds have tannic acid and an enzyme inhibitor in their brown skin that protects the nut until the proper levels of sunlight and moisture allow it to germinate. Since the nut does not release its enzymes until those conditions have been reached, eating almonds without removing the inhibitor limits the nutrients your body can absorb and makes the almond difficult to digest. By soaking almonds, you provide the moisture that makes the almond shed its skin and release its enzymes, and I think I don't need to tell you the benefits of enzymes :) The process works with most nuts and seeds.

Bye! and keep up the good work :)

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