I spent the day in the kitchen, which is an advantage that I have as I do this raw challenge. I was working on a post and teaching my friend, Jessica, some raw food techniques. I made a quick “stir fry” (recipe on the main site tomorrow) and she was blown away by how quick you can make raw food and how good it really is. I am fully into my 100% raw now. I have developed new habits and they are becoming comfortable.
So many people are afraid of trying raw food because they think it is too complicated and takes too much time. Today, I threw some veggies in the food processor, chopped up some others and lunch was ready. If I was cooking, I would have only just finished the prep. But with raw…you are ready to eat! In a few minutes, I am going to make a raw chocolate mousse. (recipe here) It will take less than 5 minutes, be completely healthy and taste great.
Yes, there are times that you have to do a little more planning. But it isn’t too hard to get into a groove. If you are enjoying the flat breads, make enough to last for a while. They are good in the fridge for weeks. Make sure you get a new batch made before the old one is finished. Have a well stocked pantry. You can get my pantry list by simply emailing me: Susan@rawmazing.com. Make sure you put Pantry in the subject line. And figure out what veggies you are drawn to. Make sure they are on hand.
Today’s Tip: Raw can be easy, fast and good. All you need to do is put your ducks in a row!