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  1. gidgetnfroggi

    wow what a spread!!! looks good!! I made homemade french bread tonight. it was yummy 🙂

  2. Hannah

    I honestly can’t decide what I’m more excited about… the absolute magnificent creativity and deliciousness of your final menu (and woot, I picked the “rice” correctly, although I guessed sushi rice…), or your grocery purchases. I have a deep, deep, depp desperate excited love for seeing little health speciality purchases. I think it’s because places like that always make me feel happy and calm 🙂

    Gosh, have you never tried golden syrup?! Golden syrup is such an Australian thing that I’ve grown up with it. In fact, it’s an integral component in the chocolate caramel slice I”ll be posting soon 🙂

    And yay! Free baguette! Hurrah for something that *might* have brought back memories of your travels!

  3. Jill - Vegan Backpacker

    I don’t know where I’ve been (under a rock, perhaps), but somehow I missed the first half of the going off to raw cooking school adventure. Tuning in now is a bit of a shock! You look like a total pro. If those are your trail dishes for the final dinner menu, I can’t even imagine how fantastic the final results will be!!! Good job!

  4. Blaine

    Holy gulab jamun! Indian food is one of those things I miss in the raw world, I’m so excited – I wish I could taste your feast!

  5. bitt

    It all looks so great! Indian is one of my favorite cuisines. Nice job!

  6. Noelle

    LOVE eating raw, LOVE Indian food. This is MOUTHWATERING! You’re going to do really amazing things. I am always so impressed by your blog and your talents. You have my heart pitter pattin’ with that gulab jamun talk, girly. 😉

  7. Kelly

    Yummy choice on going with the Indian food! Oh, and your pictures are fantastic in this post! Like I almost want to eat the computer screen. 😉

  8. healthyexposures

    raw indian – awesome!! So unique 🙂 Can’t wait to see it all pulled together – it’s going to be amazing, I know, because it looks it already!
    And the shopping spree looked like a ton of fun, too. So much interesting things – I’ve never heard of pom. molasses before! I’m pretty sure I wouldn’t have bee able to resist that. And a free baguette…I wish every store did that! haha

  9. constance

    I can not find a way to either view or like your video. It says it is private. And there is not “like” button by it.

  10. Val

    Oh man that is awesome. . . If only I could go to eat your final project 🙁

    Maybe you can come to mine 😉

  11. Kylie @ A Hungry Spoon

    Such a great idea! I haven’t had Indian food in a few months, and as if by coincidence I’m going to an Indian restaurant with some friends for lunch. Your meal looks way better than what our local Indian restaurant has though 🙂 I’d much prefer the raw version. And the donut holes? Brilliant!

  12. Angela "Veggie Girl" Anderkin

    Oh my Gosh! Amber that is so beautiful. You are sooooo talented. I know you have been having so much fun! Love to read all the things you do, it is so inspiring!

    Keep Rawkin!

  13. Amanda @ Hungry Vegan Traveler

    What a great menu idea! I love it! And you’re really pulling out all the stops. I am impressed already!

  14. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    Wow, everything really looks like the items they recreate. That is going to be a fantastic dinner! Especially excited about that beautiful tikka masala, so vibrant!

  15. colleen

    Absolutely astounding.

  16. Aimee (I Tri To Be Me)

    Yum…I love Indian food! That feast looks and sounds delicious!!

  17. Ela

    Yay – I love this! Have been so bummed about the ghee in much Indian food ruining my pleasure of it: the cardamom-rosewater thing is my very favorite of all. Can’t wait to hear more about it.

    Golden syrup is a brit thing – ridiculously sweet and delicious, as I recall, but I couldn’t imagine eating it now.

    love
    Ela

  18. Lori

    Oh my gosh! How awesome is this food lineup?!?! Indian RAW dinner??? Courses???? Ahhhh! I wish I were taste-testing for you!! It all looks incredible! Hard work but you get to eat it now!

  19. rachel

    your indian dinner looks amazing! wish i could have dinner with you 😀

  20. Jenny

    I love going exploring for new products!

    Cauliflower rice – such a smart concept!

  21. Hannah

    Your menu is music to my ears! I’ve found that raw foods are seriously lacking on decent Indian-flavored facsimiles, so I’m excited by how authentic your dishes look. Hate to be that irritating person that always wants recipes, but any chance you’ll be posting… ? 😉