Posts tagged as: RAW

Recipe: “Better Than Larabars”

May 28th, 2013 - posted under: The Food » Recipes

Larabars have long been one of our very favorite snacks. They’re sweet and delicious and easy-to-transport, which makes them pretty ideal for kids. I love their simple ingredient list and their wide availability. But, they also have their drawbacks. They’re not organic, for one. And also, dang they’re expensive! But Waits adores them and so [...]

Cook Book Review: Pure Pleasures Cupcake Heaven By Natalia KW

November 28th, 2011 - posted under: Furthermore » Reviews

You know what’s better than the best? When I get to write glowing reviews, for products that I absolutely adore, by people who are seriously amazing. Triple times the awesome! But here’s the hard part: how can I truly convey the amazingness of this book? Because if you’re like me, maybe you’re used to “healthy” [...]

Auf Wiedersehen to RAWK-toberfest (So Long, MoFo!)

October 31st, 2011 - posted under: The Food » Food and Health

But Before We Begin: From a Baby Owl and a Freudian Slip, to all you ghosts and goblins out there . . . Alright, now with that out of the way, I can finally say, “Auf Wiedersehen” to MoFo 2011, the 5th annual Vegan Month of Food. “You were fantastic and I loved you!“ For [...]

Recipe: Raw “Pulp Crackers”

October 17th, 2011 - posted under: The Food » Recipes

Last Monday I finally shared the recipe for my Raw Tahini Dip – that same one I’m always snacking on in WIAW posts. And this week, I’m going to follow suit, with another regular player in the WIAW arena: my raw pulp crackers! Now, there’s a lot of recipes out there in Interland already – [...]

Recipe: The Raw Tahini Dip That Done Stoled My Heart

October 11th, 2011 - posted under: The Food » Recipes

Confession time: back in my omni days, I was totally one of those “ranch girls”. You know the type – hell, you may even be the type. (no shame!) Ranch on french fries. Ranch with pizza. Have you ever had a grilled cheese and tomato sandwich dipped in ranch? Yeah, just sayin’ . . . [...]