What is a Vegan?
A Vegan is a vegetarian in the true sense of the word who consumes no flesh food, no fish, no animal food or dairy products whatsoever.
The vegan diet consists of vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds, grains, and legumes. These foods can be eaten raw and / or minimally processed into delightful entrees, desserts, side dishes, sauces, dressings, soups, crackers, breads, nut milks, seed cheeses, and condiments (see recipes tab on this website).
Eating in this way promotes life, and improved health because plants contain no cholesterol, and because whole, raw, foods are more easily assimilated by the body.
The Vegan lifestyle also causes the mind to operate at a higher vibrational frequency, and elevates
consciousness Love, Harmony, Harmlessness, and Peace are tenants of the Vegan way of Life.
Raw Vegan News
Quick & Delicious Kale Salad
Simply marinate a bunch of organic kale in
• Organic olive oil
• Agave nectar
For an interesting twist, add to the Kale, sun-dried tomatoes, raw olives, avocado, and hemp seeds.
Saturday, September 3, 2011
On-Line Raw Vegan Store
Please visit our on-line store for vegan clothing, Vita-Mix blenders, spiralizers, pH food charts, raw food prep classes, wheatgrass products, and more!
Friday, April 18, 2014
Gourmet Raw Food Preparation Classes
Raw Food 101 Preparation Class to be held throughout Spring / Summer 2014 in the Dallas Fort Worth area.
Here is what we will be covering in class:
• What a raw and living food diet is
• How to get excited about raw food
• How to make delicious raw food meals that taste like your favorite cooked food dishes
• How to prepare gourmet raw food meals, simply and easily in minutes
• How to shop for raw foods
• How to stock your kitchen and set up your environment
• Kitchen equipment use
Our Gourmet Raw Food Preparation classes are held frequently--generally twice a month. Registration and payment are required no later than one (1) week before the date of the class you are planning to attend.
Register and pay for the class at the bottom of this webpage.
Minimum class size is five (5) participants.
You will quickly receive your raw food chef certification within 10 days of taking the course!
More advanced students who would like to become instructors, and in turn teach Level One classes can click below to sign up for the Level Two Raw and Living Food Instructor Certification class.
Raw Food Preparation Class
Saturdays, 10am - 4pm
*Note that Classes can be held at your location or our venue.
Please e-mail for location information.
Click below to register for the Level One (1) Chef Certification Class. Investment is $150 USD
Click here to register for the Level Two (2) Instructor Certification Class. Investment is $650 USD
Friday, April 18, 2014