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  • No jakrabbit - I don't strain the juice. It does have a teeny bit of pulp in it, but I don't mind that. You could juice directly into a nutbag inside the container and give it a quick squeeze if you like perfectly 'clear' juice tho. In fact, I did t…
  • I rec'd my Hurom juicer yesterday ... I love it! It is the best juicer I have ever used ... works just like all the videos show, and it cleans up like a dream. Love it, Love it, Love it !!!!!
  • thanks for the info ... I'll check it out!
  • oops that should read Hurom not Horum .... anyway - the link works.
  • none health wise -- quite the opposite - I feel absolutely great. The only issue is some folks think I'm weird -- but that's okay.
  • I have a Hurom juicer - absolutely love it. I don't strain the juice, although there is a teeny amount of pulp in it.
  • This is great sauce as well ... you could add more spices as in the recipe above (oregano and rosemary). It has substantially more sundried tomatoes, which gives it spectacular flavor. Marinara Sauce Alissa cohen living on live food book)
  • Lots of good ideas posted here. Here's an awesome "salad" recipe ... we eat this a lot. hmmmm - not sure how to post the link here. The name of the recipe is Todds Waldorf Supreme on this site http://goneraw.com/node/3127
  • Vegan is no meat and dairy. Raw vegan adds no processed food of any kind, nothing is cooked. Everything is consumed in the raw form. Granted, food is blended, pureed, and sometimes dehydrated at low temps, but technically everything is eaten as a "l…
  • I agree rawmama ...I miss the old gone raw home page immensely. I would click on this site several times a day to get my 'fix' of raw recipes. The home page was a haven for me ...soothing just to see it. I tried many recipes from the "favorites" pic…
  • I love the concept of goneraw ... but I'm missing the old home page, too .. It was so friendly and colorful to look at and easy to use. I'm missing the ability to search for recipes I like, too. Transition is usually never fun. Here's hoping the fin…
  • I only drink distilled water -- have my own distiller. Occasionally add a grain or two of rice in the bottle to add minerals -- but for the most part, I drink it 'as is'.
  • I keep a large plastic cup in my shower, and a small container of ACV. While in the shower, I put a tiny bit of ACT in the cup, fill with water, and rinse my hair with it. So, instead of bringing it already diluted, it may be easier to bring a tiny …
  • Parsley ... I would rinse off with water first. Then, ACV (apple cider vinegar) hugely diluted with water would be a good final rinse for your hair. Actually, works on your skin as well. It will soften your skin somewhat. To additionally soften your…
  • I like the greenstar -- it is very quiet and makes excellent juice.
  • Add some "hot spices" to your food ... pepper, ginger, cayenne, jalapeno, etc. The suggestion of warming things in the dehydrator is great. Many times I fill a bowl with very hot water to warm the dish before I put my food in it. Also, if you have a…
  • I think it would depend on the pineapple you start with ... but I was curious, so I just gave this a try ... juiced 1/2 pineapple in my green star (masticating juicer). Yield: 1 1/4 cup of juice, and some "froth". It separated nicely. There was almo…
  • Thanks everyone for the feedback, and emtpdmom for the link to the new search. I never would have found it otherwise. :)
  • Todds Waldorf Supreme is a great meal - chopped apple, tomato, sweet pepper, onion, with ripe avocado. sprinkle with some cayenne and salt, stir it up well so the avo blends over the other ingredients … it is really good. Give various tastes to your…
    in Raw in the dorms Comment by rawlady
  • Hope you enjoy the kale chips Meditating … My other favorite chip is basic flax chips – recipe from alissa cohen book. soak 2 cups of flax seed in 3 cups water at least 4 hours. meanwhile in my magic bullet, I mix 2 – 4 cloves garlic, juice of 1/2 l…
  • I love kale chips! I prefer curly kale, but the “dinosaur” kale works okay, too. I destem the kale and tear the leaves into managable pieces. (some folks leave the whole thing intact, and use the stem as a “handle” to hold it after dehydrating). for…
  • There is a great bar recipe posted here “Seedy Little Thing” that has sesame seeds as a base. They are GREAT bars that you can vary ingredients. Also, the “Real Hummus” recipe posted here uses a great sesame seed base – yummy stuff. I make a sesame …
  • I love line dried clothes … and years ago when I lived in a place that I could dry things outside, I did just that! I remember lines and lines of bright white diapers, sheets, towels blowing in the breeze—they smelled so wonderful when I brought the…
    in Energy saving tip Comment by rawlady
  • thanks for this info … I will try some of them! Right now, I only use EVOO on my skin with a few drops of essential oil added for fragrance.
  • For sprouting … check out http://sproutpeople.com/—everything you want to know about sprouting. It is SO easy. I sprout a lot, and have used jars, bowls, trays, colanders, mesh bags … but I love the sproutpeople easy-sprout the best. Easiest thing I…
  • It generally comes packaged just like waxed paper (a roll in a box). You tear off what you need.I suggested this to a friend and she says it works fine in her round dehydrator. She cuts it the shape she needs. I don’t know if you can reuse it or not…
  • Parchment paper works well. You can get it at most grocery stores.
  • I’ve been 100% raw for 4 years now, and I do soak most nuts in recipes and such, but when it comes to almond butter, it is usually something I want “right now”, so I simply throw them in and turn them into butter. You could try soaking a couple of h…
  • Here it is: pg 19 in the vitamix book for raw peanut butter. . They are using 4 1/2 cups of nuts and 3 Tablespoons oil. Put nuts in vitamix. Start with Variable speed #1, quickly go to #10 speed, then to HIGH. Use the tamper to push the nuts into th…
  • If you have the book that came with your vitamix, it gives directions on how to make nut butter …. works great. If you don’t have the book, I’ll look it up for ya.