View Full Version : Help! I need a raw drink...
02-07-2008, 01:34 PM
...to order at a bar. I've got a date tomorrow night and I don't know what to order. Is club soda raw? I can't just get water because that seems weird and the tap water here is super gross, and I don't want to get anything alcoholic because it's not raw and it will really mess with the muscle relaxer I'm on for my neck injury. But I don't know what to order. Any help would be awesome!!
02-07-2008, 01:42 PM
red wine is actually raw. and fairly low in alcohal, especially if you just nurse one glass all night and have a heavy meal before going out. maybe it would be to stronge for your drugs though, i don't know.
if you do decide to have one glass of red wine, bring some little raw treats in your purse, drinking can weaken the will power.
02-07-2008, 01:44 PM
My fav drink is water (warm, cold or carbinated) fresh lemon juice, grated ginger & sweetner - agave, honey, stevia.
You can carry your own agave with you. I use these great small jars have a look at this link: http://www.rei.com/product/605849 Also The Container Store have these.
The bar will have honey but it will not be raw.
02-07-2008, 01:53 PM
When i am in places like that i ask for "Tropicana" orange juice. It is commercial, but i can live with it. I also order bottled mineral water naturally carbonated or flat, even perrier is Ok. I take whole bottle, tall pretty glass, ask for sliced lemon!
Some restaurants have fresh juice bars now.
02-07-2008, 02:39 PM
if you feel weird about ordering water (which, its not weird, its the best thing anyone can drink, but i digress...), just order a really FANCY water, pellegrino or something in a big fancy green bottle. they generally pour it into a cocktail glass with a twist of lime and heck, it looks like you're drinking a vodka tonic. nothing weird about that. plus you'll pay $7 for the priviledge of not taxing your liver and brain and other body systems with alcohol.
p.s. all red wine is not raw.
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