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raw pad thai bowl with tofu.

Generally, I don’t dig raw food. I find it hard to digest and truly, I just prefer the texture of slightly mushy cooked veggies. I am a toddler, apparently.  Great news, though: this isn’t the case for everyone! If you

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good digestion is actually really important.

How many times have you grabbed at your distended tummy and moaned about how ‘fat’ you are? Or felt thoroughly annoyed for an entire day because all you wanted to do was go to the bathroom – but you couldn’t?

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making raw foods part of the way you live.

 I am a sucker for a good cookbook with gorgeous photography, simple inspiring dishes and lots of intriguing narrative backstory. Choosing Raw: Making Raw Foods Part of the Way You Eat, the newly released {almost-but-not-entirely} raw cookbook from Gena Hamshaw

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blended thai carrot soup.

Last week, during my adventures in juicing, I had the privilege of experiencing Gingersnaps Organics’ blended thai carrot soup. It was so yummy (and such a welcome ‘meal’ halfway through the cleanse) that I decided to try my hand at making

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