it was a staple to my week :(
it was a staple to my week :(
That is sad. I imagine all those close feel the loss.
Many people in many towns have no raw eateries....n never did. Sooooo we be grateful of we do or ever did....hoot hoot.
You should take Alissa's Class!!! Learn how to un-cook yourself!!! :)
My GOODNESS!!! You're RIGHT THERE in the same town as Alissa???? You're 1/2 Way "THERE"!!!!! Do you realize how blessed you are!!!!
Trust me...it's SO worth it!!!
The closest thing we have to a raw restaurant is buying a banana and sitting outside on a bench!
I live in the Philippines and with the resources available to me (bookstores etc) I cannot even get a copy of Alissa's Books and DVD's for the Philippine Raw Library that we run for the benefit of the small but growing group of people trying to do this here!
How blessed it is just to live in a place where you can get the books like the USA!
I highly suggest someone buying grezzo's and keep it going if you really like it! Maybe others will support that movement to keep Gezzo's going!
Not in Boston proper ~ but there is Organic Garden Cafe and Prana Cafe in the 'burbs.
yes i live in Boston but am happy she chose to do whats right for her
that sucks that some of you have no raw restaurants in your areas so i did appreciate what i had **
I would loVEEEEEEEEEEEE to take Alissa's class...too bad im just a broke college student :/
wish they offered scholarships :):p
thanks for the tips too Eva :) maybe ill check it out sometime:p !
Believe me, I'm gonna miss Grezzo too!!! But, we've got the inspiration behind the business!!! And, you NEVER KNOW what she's got in store next!!!! ;)
wow i didnt know that she offered level one for 125 only!
I always saw it was like 1200 or something like that(for all three i think idk with alissa)
i have alissas first book and already preordered her second one!....i need classes im a litte slow unfortunately at making these recipes correctly :P...always!
thanks so much renee im def checking it out !!! :)<--i can def afford 125 :) sooon!!!! yay!
Yeah, I would definitely try Prana Raw Cafe. It's super easy to get to. All you have to do is get on the 57 at Kenmore and it takes you right to Newton Corner. Also The Otherside Cafe at Newbury St. and Mass. Ave has a few raw options. Cashew cheese with carrot and beet chips, a mock chicken salad, some peanut thing(though I'm not entirely sure if this is raw because I think the peanuts could be roasted), and a raw chocolate mousse. It just depends on whether you feel comfortable eating raw food in a restaurant environment that doesn't focus on raw.
I ate at Prana Cafe last week - pretty good.
As far as the waiter told me - only two things on the brunch/breakfast menu were not raw - the sprouted bagel and the warm cereal, but everything else was.
The pizza was very good...
thanks so much its not fAR from me :) I checked out there menu and the specifically put next to food items raw vegan or vegan...i guess ill find out when i go in there!:p