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  • That was nice. Thanks for sharing. I guessed I missed him. Who’s Denis Healy?
  • MsDerious, Yes, I wish people would comment and rate recipes only AFTER they’ve tried them, unless they need to ask questions or need clarification.
    in Voting on recipes Comment by RawVoice
  • FABULOUS! Thanks!
    in rainbow!!!! Comment by RawVoice
  • Thanks for all your answers so far. When I became a raw foodist, I became very interested in the value of food. I believe that the need for protein is greatly exagerated by the influence of the meat industry, but I will be talking mostly to cooked f…
  • Oh I loved that!!
  • Okay I repeat… the email is A GAG. If you read it carefully you’ll see it’s a funny take off on an old scam, with a new twist involving the US government. It’s genuinely hysterical.
  • Okay folks, the email is, in fact, a gag. If you read it carefully you’ll see it’s a funny take off on an old scam, with a new twist involving the US government.
  • watermelon is very cleansing, and figs are the most alkalizing.
  • Fuji or Braeburn. I like hearty apples.
    in Favorite Apple? Comment by RawVoice
  • Whoa! Ugh is right!! The nerve! The arrogance! Congratulations on being so strong and standing up for yourself. I think you did great.
  • I don’t know any more than you do, but I did come to raw through the Essenes because I learned about raw at the Optimum Health Institute in San Diego. Their holistic program is based on the Essene Gospel.
  • beany, I had never heard of washing soda before trying this recipe. I don’t know specifically what the differences are. I’m sure the info is out there. It’s good stuff. http://www.greatcleaners.com/ah-soda-booster.html ikn, I don’t line dry all my c…
    in detergent Comment by RawVoice
  • I liked soap nuts on my darks, but I didn’t think they did well on my whites. They were dingy. I tried adding some borax and other boosters, but they still didn’t come out white enough.
    in detergent Comment by RawVoice
  • I recently made this laundry detergent, and it’s working fantastic. I love it!! I put a little vinegar in the wash, too. I was able to find the Fels Naptha and Borax in stores, but I had to order washing soda online. I couldn’t find it around. I not…
    in detergent Comment by RawVoice
  • greenghost, that’s not the same video. If you want to see the video, cut and paste the link I posted in my second post into your browser.
  • Try this:http://bigshow.bigfolio.com/?s=000011662&t=0e6a8ae03101be65098418ccb735e4a1 You might have to cut and paste it into your browser.
  • Yeah, Deepak says it all so succinctly. He is really brilliant. I’m glad you all appreciate the article as much as I do!
  • Winona, I tried your tooth soap idea this morning. I really liked it. I used a few drops of Dr. Bronner’s soap that I had previously mixed with some frankincense essentail oil in a couple TBs of purified water. I also added a couple drops of tea tre…
    in Raw Beauty Comment by RawVoice
  • I shampoo my hair once a week. When I use the neem oil, I put it on the night before and wash it out in the morning.
    in Raw Beauty Comment by RawVoice
  • I like to use Dr. Hauschka’s Neem oil once every couple weeks. I find it soothing to the scalp and it makes my hair feel really nice. http://www.drhauschka.com/holistic-products/det…
    in Raw Beauty Comment by RawVoice
  • One of my very favorite raw restaurants is “The Greenery” in Encinitas, San Diego. YUM, and very reasonable prices. I’ve been to most raw restaurants in California. Au Lac is fantastic! The food was good at Taste of the Goddess, but it’s in back of …
  • jellibi, Emerson was a raw foodist. There is something in his writing about not eating food that has been “touched by fire.” It makes sense that Thoreau might also have been raw. They were also both forefathers of Unitarian Universalism.
  • Do you have a Lush in your area? www.lush.com They have these incredible bath bombs. They are balls made out of baking soda, essential oil and other goodies. They smell divine. You plop them in your bath and they fizz away making the water really be…
  • Beautiful Noise by Neil Diamond Lovely to See You by the Mood Blues Can’t Keep It In by Cat Stevens
    in Feel good songs Comment by RawVoice
  • Paxton, what do you mean?
  • I bought a Wellness carafe for the kitchen. The water tastes fine, but the filter filters so slowly that a lot of the time I end up using tap or bottled water. So for that reason, I wouldn’t recommend it.
    in Water purifiers Comment by RawVoice
  • Thanks for starting this thread, Carmenita. There is so much food for thought in it. Great stuff.
    in Energy saving tip Comment by RawVoice
  • dreasraw, Just consider yourself the grain of sand in a clam shell. The sand irritates the tissues of the clam but the grain of sand ultimately forms a pearl. The analogy applies to everyone who is doing the right thing for their bodies, for animals…
  • I’m surprised some of you are growing off-season things, like broccoli,kale and arugula. I live in a very mild climate, and even still, I was told those things would bolt in the heat. Anyways, here’s what I’m growing. Tomatoes, cucumbers, zucchini, …
    in Home-gardening Comment by RawVoice
  • I love Dr. Hauschka’s toned day cream. It has just a hint of color from herbs, and it’s very moisturizing.