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Saturday, November 17, 2012 6PM to 8PM in Malden, MA. This month let’s share our “Stay Raw During The Holidays Tips”. Get more details and RSVP here: meetup.com/RawBoston/events/90927242/ or call Maya at 617-470-3395.
Please bring a 100% raw, organic, plant-based (vegan: non-animal and no honey), ready-to-serve dish for 4-6 people. Ideas include: 1. Fruit or fruit salad, 2. Leafy Green Salad, or 3. Raw Recipe of own or from book or web. ie: AURAw.com
Our host, Maya, said: “I went raw with my mother 6 years ago after being introduced by my sister. When my elimination issues disappeared, I was hooked. Its been a wonderful journey with many rawfoodists in the Chicagoland area. Since then I have started a family and I am working my way back to being on top of the world with raw foods in the Boston area.”
I had a Happy Thanksgiving! I made yummy low-fat-raw-vegan sUn-Turkey, Shiitaki Mushroom Gravy, Mushroom Wild Rice Soup, Cheezy Kale Chips, sUn-Nog, Wild-Blueberry Smoothie, Banana Smoothie, and raw-vegan Banana Oatmeal. I am especially thankful for conversation and hugs with my son! :)
Raw & Beyond Victoria Boutenko, Elaina Love, and Chad Sarno’s book suggests steamed veggies rather than excess raw fats because studies show that if eaten in excess omega-6s can cause inflammation and obesity. A typical raw vegan diet to some may contain large quantities of nuts and seeds most of which are extremely high in omega-6s and low in omega-3s. While steamed veggies are more healthy than excess raw fats, Dr. Doug Graham says raw sweet fruits are more healthy than cooked veggies in The 80/10/10 Diet.