Rouxbe Cooking School Professional Plant Based Certification Tuition Give-Away!

1,499.99 Value!!!

Rouxbe Cooking School Give-Away @Rawmazing.com

A while back, I wrote about completing the Plant Based Professional Certification through Rouxbe.com, the world’s top on-line cooking school. It was an amazing course that gave me a much desired culinary education in plant-based cooking. It was an in-depth, months long journey that started with the very basics such as knife skills and proper cuts and graduated us to a high level of skill preparing stunning plant based cuisine.

Rouxbe Give Away @Rawmazing.com“Rouxbe can be found in the kitchens of homes, schools, restaurants and professional culinary academies in over 180 countries.”

I was so excited by what I learned that I actually became an affiliate of Rouxbe because I wanted to help spread the word about the quality of the course and the content offered.

And now, I am super excited. Rouxbe has given Rawmazing a seat in their upcoming Plant Based Professional Certification Course. Tuition for this course is normally costs 1,499.99! And we have a seat to give away to you! The course starts May 7th.This is a plant-based COOKING course. It is vegan but NOT RAW. There is one unit on raw cuisine. This is NOT A RAW COURSE. To see the course description, click here: Rouxbe On-Line Professional Plant Based Cooking Certification.

Enter today to win a spot! 

To Enter Click Here!

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Raw, Vegan Guac Sandwich with Smoked Red Pepper "Cheese" Sauce @Rawmazing.com

On Monday, I wrote a long post about growing herbs in pots. And then, this happened. The herb post will have to wait. You need this recipe.

Raw Vegan Guac Sandwiches with Smoked Red Pepper "Cheese" Sauce @Rawmazing.comThe recipe for the buns are here, too. I am pretty excited about them. They are made with from veggies and have a wonderful bread-like texture. And the Smoked Red Pepper “Cheese” Sauce? I had to restrain myself from eating it with a spoon.

I won’t make you wait any longer. Don’t be intimidated by this recipe. If you make the buns the day before, it comes together very quickly. Did I mention they are chipotle buns? And don’t forget to soak your cashews.

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Raw Appetizer Round-Up

April 17, 2015

On Wednesday, I brought you some of my favorite appetizer recipes from the archives of Rawmazing. Today, I am bringing you some of my favorite recipes from websites that I love. Our first recipe comes from Gena Hamshaw’s Choosing Raw. Gena and I have “known” each other for years. As we started our raw websites […]

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Our Favorite Vegan Finger Food

April 15, 2015

I don’t know about you, but I love entertaining. And I love small bites for entertaining. They are just so…cute. Ok, I realize that isn’t actually a culinary term but seriously, they are. And what a great way to introduce people to a variety of different things.  I gathered together some favorite Rawmazing small bite […]

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Raw Cauliflower Crust Pizza

April 10, 2015
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Cauliflower is an interesting vegetable. It certainly isn’t a glamour girl and often, I forget it even exists. But I shouldn’t. And it really is a star. Just a quiet one. As a cruciferous vegetable, cauliflower is positively associated with cancer prevention. It is an excellent source of vitamin C and magnesium and is full […]

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Dreamcicle Delights for your Brunch Table

April 4, 2015
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Dreamcicles. They evoke childhood memories and now appear as a lovely drink for your brunch table. One never gets tired of the combination of orange and cream. And these lovely beverages have a little secret. I used a short cut that I am going to teach you.  I used coconut nut milk ice cubes (recipe […]

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Raw Veggie Rice with Tamari Orange Sauce

March 17, 2015
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Quick, easy and satisfying, raw “stir fry” makes a great raw meal. It is loaded with veggies, and this one is topped with a Tamari Orange sauce that gives just the right amount of sweet and sour. No oil, no added fat. You can eat this to your heart’s content. And your heart will be […]

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Raw Buffalo Zucchini Chips with Ranch Dipping Sauce

March 11, 2015
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  When my sweetie came home and I presented him with this tray of zucchini chips and ranch dipping sauce, he held up his hand and said, “I really don’t like fried foods, honey”. What a great surprise for him. Not only are these not fried, they are raw, vegan, gluten and oil free! They also […]

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Raw Dried Cherry Walnut Cacao Energy Bars

March 3, 2015
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I am always in need of a good portable snack. I often find myself out and about and can’t find something to eat. Or I am hiking and need a bit of a pick me up. And lets not forget that mid-afternoon slump when you need a little boost.  These delicious bars get their protein from […]

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Raw Curried Squash Noodles on Spinach and Contest Winners!

February 17, 2015
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We have our contest winners! Emails have been sent out. Rebecca, Shelley and Kerry, congratulations! Winter brings challenges when it comes to raw food, unless you are living in Costa Rica! We crave warmer food, more substantial food. As you know, I don’t have a problem with adding some cooked food. It is my opinion […]

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Rawmazing Cookbook Give-Away!

February 13, 2015

It’s time for me to say thank you for all your wonderful support. I get so many lovely emails and comments and I just want to let you know how much you all mean to me. So…I am giving away 3 sets of the Rawmazing Print Cookbooks. Three winners will each receive a copy of […]

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Radicchio, Fennel and Orange Salad with Tahini Dressing

February 11, 2015
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Greens. The thing we need the most of and eat the least of.  Greens are your “super food”.  Greens are full of fiber, vitamins, minerals, and plant-based phytonutrients that help protect you from heart disease, inflammation, and diabetes.  Greens have been shown to cut your risk of skin cancer by 50%, (see: Plant Based Prevention). They also […]

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Raw Hazelnut Truffles with Raw Cacao Ganache

February 3, 2015
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Sometimes you need a little bite of sweet. It doesn’t hurt if it is a cute bite, either! These raw hazelnut truffles are topped with a delicious chocolate ganache and just a hint of flaked salt. Delicious! I was recently interviewed for Costco’s Connections Magazine. It was a fun interview with an interviewer that really […]

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Stuffed Mushrooms with Sunflower Seed Sage and Rosemary Cream

January 21, 2015
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Phase one of our construction project is finally coming to an end. The house is beautiful, the views to die for and we have finally moved out of the downstairs office and are actually living in the main house! As I look back over the last 7 months, I honestly don’t know how we did […]

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Apple and Kale Salad with Oil Free Maple Dijon Dressing

December 11, 2014
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  When our CSA box arrived, full of kale and apples, this lovely fall salad almost created itself. I knew I had a hit when my daughter, her best friend and her boyfriend came to town and devoured the entire bowl in one sitting! It’s all fall with maple syrup, cranberries and apples. Maple pepper […]

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Pumpkin Spice Overnight Oats

November 24, 2014
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Overnight oats have been around for a very long time. The idea is simple. Mix your oats with milk and spices, leave overnight to soak and soften and in the morning you have a wonderful bowl of delicious, creamy oats. I have been intrigued by overnight oats for quite a while. Fall is one of […]

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