Monthly Archives: September 2011

You Are What You Eat

“An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” When did we turn away from this message? We have become a society that searches for cures rather than preventing our chronic diseases. People don’t want to hear ‘everything in moderation,’ that exercise is essential for health, or that fast food is not the answer. People want […]

5 More Ways To Make Use Of The Summer Harvest

These final days of summer are my favorite time of year for many reasons.  I love the glut of fresh fruits and vegetables in my garden and at our farmer’s markets. This a great opportunity to save money and put up local items for the winter time.  If you are tempted by all the fresh […]

5 Ways To Make Use Of The Summer Harvest

Late summer is my favorite time of year for many reasons.  One reason is the glut of fresh fruits and vegetables in my garden and market. This a great opportunity to save money and put up local items for the winter time.  If you are tempted by all the fresh items, but don’t know exactly […]

This Is How I Stay Inspired About Raw Food

One of the main ways I stay inspired about raw food is by traveling.  I love to see what is happening in the raw food world beyond the Bay Area. This week, I made a trip to Los Angeles where I taught two Students learning to make kale salad sold-out classes at the new Cafe […]

Get Inspired About Raw Food

Raw food cuisine appears to be gaining its rightful place at the nation’s table.  In just the last month, the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and the Los Angeles Times have all featured aspects of the raw food world. Here in the Bay Area, the beautiful magazine Edible East Bay just did a fantastic story […]