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  1. Mary

    SO many questions!

    1. How was the salad?
    2. Do you think you can replicate that lemon tart and share the recipe? It looked AWESOME!
    3. Was that wild rice dish raw and if so, how do you “cook” it?
    4. As a science nerd and personal trainer, I’m actually really interested in the nutritional side of the raw diet. I would love to see a “nutrition of raw eating” post sometime in the future. I’m especially interested in absorption of all that raw food because I know that some foods are better absorbed when cooked (like onions). I’m also interested in the general nutritional break-down of a raw diet–the typical ratio of carbs: protein: fat, etc. It would help educate me as well as anyone pursuing a raw diet. I’d also love to see the same for a non-raw vegan diet sometime.

  2. Kelly

    Just the other day, I whipped up an avocado based salad dressing that made my avocado-queasy husband repent of his ways!
    It’s a simple recipe:
    1 avocado
    2 green onions, finely chopped
    1/2 cup olive oil
    juice from one lemon
    a few dashes red pepper flakes
    sea salt and pepper to taste
    garlic (optional)

    Then blend, baby, blend! Sooooooooo good with raw veggies, on salads (and for those of you who are not opposed: on eggs, fish, shrimp, and chicken. Also a great sub for mayo in tuna salad.) I’m sure you could find many excellent uses for it. 🙂

    Thanks for sharing your fun experience with us!

    Kelly

  3. Jessica @ Dairy Free Betty

    I am loving these posts!!

    That white chocolate dessert looks amazing!!

  4. Noelle

    Sounds like you are in raw foodie heaven!!

  5. Jess from Midwest Vegan

    Yes, we must get that DHA. 🙂

    The food looks so healthy and tasty there! I’m digging the brightness of that green smoothie!

  6. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    Gorgeous food. That might be the greenest juice ever!

  7. Sandi

    Does Living Light have a recipe book? I’d like to make the cheesecake, it looks incredible.

  8. vegan aphrodite

    YUM! Sounds (looks) like you are having a good time:)
    The raspberry cake looks so good, I found a similar recipe at Rawmazing which I have been meaning to make for a while!
    My fave eats from this weekend is without a doubt the chocolate fudge I posted yesterday! TOO good!

  9. Pat

    I love the pictures they are making me miss the place already. Have a great week!

  10. megan @ the oatmeal diaries

    This all looks wonderful, especially that tart at the end!!

  11. Ela

    Actually, I’m more interested in what you’re learning (nerdery) than the food porn! I’m weird like that, I know. Love the tidbit you offered there, and what a whirlwind class. Food all looks yummy too. I guess the white choc-raspberry was pricy because cacao butter is so pricy. I love the version that I make..
    love
    Ela

  12. bitt

    Sounds the best convenience food ever!

  13. Hannah

    I’m pretty happy about the raw biscotti I made yesterday, and I just put together the components for a French-style carrot salad for the Eurovision party tonight (carrot, dijon, honey, apple cider vinegar… I could drink the dressing!!) so there’ll be at least one vegan dish there! When you buy the smoothies, do they list what’s in them? As you know, I’ve just reignited my affair with my VM, and the Berries n Cream looks goooood! 😀

  14. oatsandspice

    YUM! Everything looks delish – a berry cream smoothie sounds really good right about now!

  15. Callie {Rawxy}

    I hope you realize I’m freaking ridiculously jealous of you right now… Seriously, amazing raw food and even better, amazing raw food nutrition classes! You are living the life girl 🙂

  16. sasha@blyssfulhealth

    Okay can I place my order. I will have the green juice and lemon tart. 🙂 You must be having a blast! Good for you for learning all of that in a jam packed time. It will be interesting to hear about what you learned.

  17. christine

    wow, what a lucky girl you are:) I feel hungry now, and it’s only mid-afternoon:(

  18. (what runs) Lori

    I’d pay $20 for that piece of cheesecake. Geez it looks wonderful!

    I can honestly say I’ve never had sprouted wild rice (or any rice) before…