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  1. Celina

    I am in awe at the beauty and complexities of your raw food! I am vegan and would most certainly love to eat more raw food:) keep up the amazing work and posts… Your meals look stunning!

  2. welcome to our wonderland

    wow those truffles look yummy!!!

    I’ve been wondering since your eating raw now does your stomach get messed up when you eat regular vegan dishes that are cooked?

    I love portobella mushroom burgers! can’t wait to hear how it taste.

    you’ve been busy this week

    your a master at make your plates so pretty 🙂

  3. Kylie @ A Hungry Spoon

    Those truffles could knock Godiva chocolates any day! I especially love that some of them are rolled in pistachios–I feel like it’s the forgotten nut when it comes to cooking sometimes! I tried pistachio butter for the first time last week, and I think went to nut butter heaven 🙂

    Looks like another delicious day of baking and cooking (do you still call it that when you’re not actually “cooking” anything?!)

    Happy weekend to you!

  4. Kelly @ Coconut Kisses

    That’s some fantabulous food photography you have going on there. It’s all making me so hungry. Mouth watering, stomach growling. 😉

  5. GirlonRaw

    Wow Amber, you have outdone yourself with that burger, for sure!!!!

    Great resemblance to the real thing, totally!

  6. Hannah

    Words cannot express. You know how I’m not normally interested in pistachios, but like we were saying with the smoothies… add some fancy “superfoods” and I am SO IN. Particularly when pistachios and cacao nibs are involved! Amber, I am so proud of you and what you’re getting out of this! xoxo

  7. Aimee (I Tri To Be Me)

    Yum, yum, yum! I cannot believe all of the good stuff you are making! It all looks so good!

  8. Matt

    So you’re not mad that I used all of your food to make that smoothie? Whew!

    Those truffles and those cookies will have to be made again. I must eat them. It’s a moral imperative…

  9. sarahnotsoplainandtall

    Amber…your pictures make me drool!!! I wish I could come to school with you everyday! Curious…what made you decide to study to be a raw chef?
    Would love for you to check out my site sometime!
    Xx

  10. Noelle

    WOW! Raw Hamburger?? It looks fantastical. Waste not want not! Hope you like it lots!

  11. bitt

    Wow that burger is amazing looking. And the truffles, wow!

  12. Hillary Dyan Davis

    I am very intrigued by the chocolate chip cookies….although I have to admit, waiting an entire weekend for such a thing does sound like torture (I assume Russell locks the doors very tightly….hehe). The burger is almost creepy in its resemblance to it’s processed and cooked distant cousin. I’m curious as to how to dehydrated portabella tastes….was it marinated? A friend of mine (remember Stephanie, from the Ethiopian cooking class?) is loaning me her dehydrator for my New Year’s experiment, so I’m making a list of what I’m willing to dehydrate and what I don’t think will be worth the time!

  13. Hillary Dyan Davis

    Oh yes, and the truffles are beautiful!

  14. Deanna

    I am loving your daily recaps and I can’t wait for you to start posting recipes. I’m drooling nonstop around here.

  15. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    That burger is uncanny. Nice fix on your tart, I’d have never known.

  16. amanda @ Hungry Vegan Traveler

    You are very good with presentation!

  17. Jenny

    I love so much about this post. I”m, first of all, reminded of what an amazing experience you are having. Those truffles look so fun; I want to make those for a party. And I can’t believe the chcocolate chips! And the bun and the burger and the tart! So fun!

  18. veggie wedgie

    So how did you like the burger bun? The truffles were really good, oh my god… yes the white centers are the same recipe with no cacao powder-really good.
    Loved your quiche plating 🙂
    Tomorrow at 7pm Sunday Supper at 105, you coming? see you there?

  19. Ela

    What an amazing post! I have to try and keep it in order in my head so that I can comment coherently 😉

    Congrats to Matt – that’s awesome, and congrats to you for trusting him with your vita (I know it would be hard for me!)

    Truffles are stunning, and I think the pistachios are an especially great idea. Don’t know if I can handle oats, but gf chocolate chip cookies have been my downfall a couple times – so ‘moreish’ – incredible that it can be done raw. What a wonderful gift that keeps on giving, to have learned to do that!

    Being gf and non-meat, I’ve never eaten a burger, but those buns and the fixin’s look uncannily close to the ‘real’ thing. I wonder how it feels to eat? (I’ve never been attracted to burgers but my husband obviously loves them.) Loved your gobi palak filling, and love that pragmatic but aesthetic ‘garnishes to the rescue’ – what a beautiful plate. That’s what I’d be wanting to try too!

    love
    Ela

  20. Angela

    You make me want to go there to 105 degrees more than ever! I am so happy for you

  21. rachel

    i love coming here seeing all these amazing raw food dishes you are creating. this must be your true calling <3

  22. Jenn

    Yumm-O!
    Are you allowed to share some recipes? ie. the Cookies????

  23. jenny

    i’m very confused about the chocolate chips….don’t they melt in a dehydrator? how does that work then?

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