Monthly Archives: August 2012

Now accepting applications for our marketing & writing intern

Interested in healthy eating, raw vegan food and learning how to run a small business? We are looking for a dynamic writing and marketing intern who wants to learn the ins and outs of running a small business. This is a great educational opportunity for someone with writing and communication skills who wants their creative […]

Gadgets Galore

Now that you know where to go, who to meet and which books to read, I would like you to know what items you must have in your kitchen. I am not a huge gadget lover, but there are a few key pieces of equipment that I use in my kitchen every day. You don’t […]

Summer Reading

With our last newsletter, you found places to eat, support groups and events to attend. Now, I am sharing with you some of my favorite books. Honestly, there are a lot of cookbooks out there that just aren’t that good. Before you waste your money on beautiful books with recipes that taste like muck, try […]

Raw Resource Guide to the Bay Area

Finding places to eat, people to meet and events to attend are all key in taking full advantage of what the Bay Area has to offer. Below are some of my tried and true resources. Please feel free to suggest some of your own! Maybe you know of a hidden gem we should explore? People […]

Saving Summer Fruit

The fourth of July is, for many people, the official start of summer. You can tell summer has arrived with a walk around the farmer’s market: Apricots, peaches, cherries and other stone fruits. Strawberries. Raspberries. Melons. Take advantage of all these delectable choices! Load yourself down with all the fruits you can find. Buy them […]

Myth Busters

1. Myth: Eating a raw food diet is too expensive. Truth: On a raw food diet, you won’t be eating the meal, dairy and packed foods that are the most expensive items in the supermarket. And, you will likely prepare your food more often, which is a lot cheaper than eating out. A raw food […]

Knowing Your Knives

World reknowned chef Jacques Pépin was recently interviewed on our local NPR station. A caller asked Pépin what his favorite knife was and he said “a sharp one.” When I heard Pepin say that, I nearly dropped my own knife. This is what I tell my students all the time! Your knife does not need […]

Painless Spring Cleaning

Spring is officially here and it’s time to clean your kitchen. Chances are, you’ve got some expired goods that need tossing. Here is a list to help you decipher what to keep and what to compost: CONDIMENTS Ketchup – refrigerated: 8-12 months Mustard – refrigerated: 6-8 months Jam or jelly or preserves – refrigerated: 1 […]