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  1. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    Ooo! I tried making a curry nut butter once and it was tasty, so I’m sure those are wonderful. I’m really interested in that Epic Protein, the flavors sound delicious.

  2. hihorosie

    I love Emmy’s cookies! A friend sent some to me for birthday last year and they were the first to be inhaled. So good!

  3. Jenn's Adventures

    Chocolate Maca — yes please! YUM!

  4. Callie {Rawxy}

    Nutmeric!!? Must. Have. Now. 🙂 Actually, I’m currently sitting on a plan to San Fran, so I’ll have to hunt this down when I get there!!

  5. movesnmunchies

    WHAT?? those spreads look amazing!

  6. rawkinmom

    I love reading your “favorites” posts!! I also did a review for Sprout Living and loved the chocolate maca and vanilla lucuma!!! YUM!!

  7. Hannah

    I discovered that a local organic fruit and veg shop makes its own raw treats, and by golly if I didn’t stand there naughtily having seconds (and sometimes, thirds) of samples of all the differet crackers, cookies, and kale chips… if only a tiny (as in, really, really tiny) packet of raw felafel didn’t cost $13!!

    I think I’d love that vanilla lucuma creation too and, of course, the curry nut butters! Phwoar!

  8. A Tablespoon of Liz

    Curry and nut butters are two things I would have never paired together, but now that you mention them, it doesn’t really sound that bad!

  9. Ela

    Nutmeric–what a fantastic idea! I think a coconut butter with turmeric would be hard to beat, both health-wise and taste-wise. You really did hit the jackpot–so many wonderful things! I’ve been curious about the Sproutein for a while: sounds like you’re giving it a thumbs up.

    The only new-to-me thing in July has been dried mulberries: yummy too.
    love
    Ela

  10. urbanvegan

    Those nut butters and macaroons look dangerously intriguing…

  11. Jessica @ Dairy Free Betty

    Fun!! Your mail person has been busy! I love reading about what bloggers are testing out!
    Vegas has sent me the shake and go before and I LOVE it, it’s awesome added into smoothies too!!

    Nice to see you back – I missed you!

  12. Tanya

    Not sure I’ve really tried anything new lately. But, those nutbutters look awesome. And so does the Emmy’s stuff!!! Macaroons = Yum. And the raw buckwheat granola too. I need to do something with my buckwheat groats. They’re kind of just sitting there.

  13. Jess from Midwest Vegan

    That vanilla lucuma protein powder sounds tasty. I’m almost out of mine, so I think I’ll check that out and maybe give it a shot!

    I’ve heard of nutmeric before, but it’s one of those things I don’t know how I’d feel about, lol. Though, it does seem like it would make a good sauce for some noodles or something…

    On a side note, I can vouch for turmeric’s anti-inflammatory powers! I take it to help me out and it seriously works. I just ran out and I’m aching again so I need to get me another bottle (I just take capsules of turmeric powder). I didn’t know that black pepper increases it’s bio-availability though! That’s really interesting.

    As for trying anything new, I didn’t do too much of that in July. I hope to make up for that this month. 🙂

  14. Jenny

    I have a Choc-a-lot smoothie (milkshake) next to me right now. I love it with frozen banana, frozen cherries, and almond milk. Unfortunately, my favorite new product are those pico de gallo vegan Doritoes, can’t remember what they’re called. Too good, yikes.

  15. Jen@jensdaily

    You always try the best stuff!!!!!

  16. Sarena (The Non-Dairy Queen)

    I’ve had that protein powder, which I loved, Emmy’s, which I loved and I want to try that Nutmeric! It looks and sounds amazing. I tried F.R.O.G jam for the first time and it is amazing!

  17. Donna

    LOVE the concept of your blog. Shouldn’t we all eat this way???

  18. Kate

    As a native Torontonian, I’m so glad you enjoyed Fresh! It’s my go-to restaurant and has greatly impressed many a non-veggie.