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01-25-2007, 08:58 AM
I've just browsed through all the photos for the first time and I am amazed at the gogeous and delicious looking creations! I'm wondering if there is a place where the recipes are posted, by contributor. So many times credit was given to someone I've never heard of. Also, FairyGirl has fabulous looking desserts and Maraw is often mentioned. Everyone talks about RP Brownies.
Is there a place I can find all of FairyGirl's recipes? or find out what RP Brownies are? or find Maraw's recipes? Can I search by contributor?
I'm only two weeks into this so I have so much to learn. My husband is doing this with me (for the most part) and he says I need to make some more "substantial" things because he doesn't get filled up with raw food as much as he did with cooked and animal food.
Thanks for any help and direction to these wonderful recipes!!
01-25-2007, 09:17 AM
I've frequently wondered what the RP in RP brownies stands for ... lol.. just been too embarrassed to ask I guess, cause I know it will probably be something I already know. :rolleyes:
01-25-2007, 10:48 AM
RP is RawPriestess one of our moderators. Wonderful woman. Wonderful human.
If you make and pass this recipe on, please be sure to include her name and web site info to give her credit. She soooo deserves it.
Here's some info on her.
See her before and after pics here: http://theenchanted-castle.com/BeforeAfter.ivnu
PO Box 984
McKenna, WA. 98558
10 am to 6PM PST
01-25-2007, 10:51 AM
doh! I should have guessed... yeah, I've read her site a bit.. she's so beautiful!
01-25-2007, 01:04 PM
Thanks for the RP info! :) Will check her out!
01-25-2007, 01:11 PM
i do know maraw has a website at www.therawtable.com (http://www.therawtable.com)
a collection of raw recipes can be found at www.fromsadtoraw.com (http://www.fromsadtoraw.com) too
01-25-2007, 01:23 PM
Thank you so much, broccoli!
01-25-2007, 01:32 PM
Let's not forget Alissa's book with over 300 recipes! I always go back to her book...
01-25-2007, 02:34 PM
congrats on going raw!
For some of my recipes, i have posted the ingredients in various threads but not actual amounts because i dont measure - altho im really trying to start doing that for the book... Im bringing out a raw recipe e-book in the summer, and you can find all my desserts in there.
You HAVE to make RP's browines, they are to LIVE for! hehe
And like veganforlife said, Alissa's book is great! Definately try the pesto mushrooms caps!
01-26-2007, 11:57 AM
Thank you Fairygirl. Please let me know when your ebook comes out. I'll be in line to get it!!
I do have Alissa's book and use it almost every day. I made the mushroom caps last week and ate every one that my husband didn't eat first!!
I will try the brownies this weekend since my 24 yr old nephew is coming to visit. He's heading off to med school soon and I'd like to interest him in the health benefits of raw food. I believe that he will be a much better doctor if he is willing to learn about nutrition on his own. They don't teach much in med school. So I will start off with some yummy foods this weekend to pique his interest.
01-26-2007, 01:07 PM
I think it should be required that doctors study nutrition as part of their degree. But I guess they can't fit it in with learning about all those wondrous drugs that are out there :(
01-26-2007, 01:09 PM
Coonlie: challange your nephew to study as much 'nutrition' as possible. Right now even Health Insurance companies, since they are loosing too much money on dis ease are now pushing Preventive Medicine. We have 2 Family Physicians who will be taking a 'health' course based on Green Concept to incorporate into their practice. There will be a class here (with Victoria) for the public. So entice him to do this -- I know medical school was a grind, memorize Anatomy, Physiology, and ALL pharmacology all them Latin names ! He will be buisy in the beginning then he can do nutrition. Wish him luck! Joz
02-01-2007, 03:56 PM
Coonlie: I'm finishing a book; TIMELESS SECRETS OF HEALTH & REJUVENATION by andreas Moritz: This is trully the best 'medical' book ever. Anyone can understand; Anatomy, Physiology, 'pharmacology' and Natural Health as we are intended to practice it, live it ! Wow. This indeed is 'the true nature of health' You could perhaps buy it for your nephew and challange him through the book and medical school. RAWgards joz
02-01-2007, 04:38 PM
Thanks, joz. I will definitely look into it. I did speak with him about the importance of studying nutrition on his own and that it would make him a much better doctor if he will. He was very impressed with the raw food meal I made for him and did try vegetarianism for a short time, himself. He's also trained for and run a marathon, so he has interest in excellent health. Right now, he's quite impressed with the "medical community", since he's just aspiring to enter it, but he will soon enough become discouraged with the lack of answers and results in that community, I do believe.
Thanks for the book info.
02-01-2007, 08:50 PM
Coonlie; just sharing this! I wish I had a chance to go to Medical School now, I'd rattle cages, and probably not get a MD degree, he he he!
Let Food be Thy Medicine and Thy Medicine be Thy FOOD! Hippocrates
"The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, in diet and in the cause and prevention of disease." Thomas Edison. We are in such a time ! Medicine is shifting (health insurance companies damanding--loss of $$$) to preventive medicine. WOW! It's thousands of years later, but better late than never? Joz
just glance at this link: http://www.4nutrition.com/bcnchapter_exsum.htm
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