Hi! My name is Elizabeth and I got really sick recently with severe liver failure (am still sick, seeing a specialist soon) and even though I eat mostly healthy (I hate sweet, sugar is gross to me but I love quinoa, sprouts, lentils, etc) I decided it was time to at least go partially raw to give my liver a little bit of a break with it's chores. I made a broccoli and cauliflower soup today that was just lovely. I am also currently dehydrating eggplant bacon and am contemplating what I can shove in the leftover two dehydrator shelves.
I'm a little sad because I own 16 chickens and 2 ducks - mostly for egg purposes. Other than raw egg in my smoothies for a protein hit, which I already do, I'm not entirely sure what to do with 6-8 eggs a day when I go raw.
It probably won't be a permanant thing, but I'd like the experiences and knowledge of the raw diet so that I can consider it in my usual day-to-day meal preparation. So for now, I'm trying to eat as much raw as I can. I already eat plain fruit and veg and keep frozen bananas for ice cream. I haven't made any other raw desserts but I just bought cacao powder and nibs to make a cake tonight. I hope since I don't really like sugar - this will be able to hit the sweet spot without making me feel sick and gross!
Nice to meet all of you! Sorry I type a lot. ;)