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Old 08-24-2007, 12:23 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Where didja all go? How's it going?

We're doing great! I am loving the farmer's markets. Everything tastes so vibrant and perfect. Eating is still very simple-no extravagant recipes. Lots of green smoothies though!

Did anyone else do the Raw Summit? Shazzie's talk was absolutely gorgeous. I liked David Wolfe's too. Did you have any favorites?
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Old 08-30-2007, 02:04 AM
 
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Hi.
At this point I'm about 70% raw and learning more every day. I'm loving the green smoothies and am fortunate enough to belong to an organic produce co op. Looking forward to saturday's produce-fest!
I'm hoping to convert dh and the kiddos. My son is the closest so far.
I'm hoping to get a hold of a dehydrator and a heavy duty blender to experiment with recipes.
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Old 08-30-2007, 11:39 PM - Thread Starter
 
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cool-welcome! I have not idea where everyone else went...we had a busy group not too long ago.

We are about 95%. Dh, kiddos and I have been on and off, but stayed above 85% for the most part. It's just so much easier. The summer is such a lovely time too-it's just effortless.
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Do any of you mamas have Alissa Cohen's book and / or DVD?

I am new to raw and thinking of ordering it. I like the idea that it has a four week plan to follow - just what a newbie needs, I think.

I'd love to hear other's opinions.

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Old 08-31-2007, 10:12 AM - Thread Starter
 
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I really like her book. The DVD is great for a beginner because you don't believe how easy it is until you see it. I'd say if you have the means-do it. A couple of friends and I got together-we all bought our on copies of the book, and bought 1 set of DVD's to share. Don't know if you have that option, or if you'd want it! I like watching it now and again, and wish that I could lend it out...

In terms of ease Ani Phyo's book is really good too.
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