Simple Low Fat Raw Recipes

Got video blog #48 coming at ya with the first few weeks of January 2011 in Saskatoon!
Hope your love it!!

Firstly letting you know that my next post will reveal my 3rd annual full spectrum blood test results after having been on a raw vegan diet for almost 7 years! Oh the Anticipation!!!
Also hyping up the Woodstock Fruit Festival! it is going to be so amazing! I will be leading daily classes in Kundalini / Raw Power Yoga as well as helping in the kitchen and flowing with Cravings Busters Transitional Recipes. SO many amazing people will be there including Dr Douglas Graham, Anne Osborne, Robby Barbaro, Durianrider, Freely, Michael”The Fruitarian”Arnstein, Dan “The Life Regenerator” McDonald, Dr. Samuel A. Mielcarski and many more!!!! Check it for more info

My next video blog will be on it along with my full spectrum blood test results!

SO much going on here in this video, meal after meal, many great recipes, feasts n enjoyment all around!!!

Amazing times with A.J and Tarra, blessings to you n your new addition!!

Great dinners with my family and with my other family the Blocks!! love you all!

Much love n respec (purposeful spelling error:) to Agni, Master of Blissful Happiness and Yoga teacher extreme!!

IN fact this blog has the most recipes I have ever had in a Video blog, peep them out n enjoy them tons!!

Candy Apples!!!

1 Organic Apple

2 – 4 Medjule Dates

Select your favorite organic apple, Pit 2 – 4 fresh medjule dates and split in half. Spread the sticky side down over the apple skin with thumbs until uniform around the whole apple. MMMMMM enjoy this sweet treat!!

Sweet n Salty Tomato Soup!

2 Cups freshly squeezed Orange Juice

8 large Delicious Tomatoes

1 lb organic Baby Spinach

Cut the top 1/3 of the tomatoes and blend with the OJ and all of the spinach using a tamper or celery to press in. Dice the remaining tomatoes and mix into the sweet and salty goodness. Serious give this a try it is the absolute best!!! Love it!

Classic Banana Pudding!!!

13 Bananas

1 cup of Raisins

1 Pear

A dash of Cinnamon

This is Monster sized for the Banana Pudding Monster!!! Mash the banana’s with a fork, add a diced pear and the Raisins, mix n flow a few dashes of Cinnamon 🙂 Whallah!!!!

For tons n tons more check my “101 Frickin’ Rawsome Recipes” up by donation here!

Hope you love it all, I really enjoyed this vid!!!!


As Always

Wishing You Much

PeaceLovenSeasonalFruit ck

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  1. Is there any way to get a hold of your “No Chicken” BUtter CHicken Over “RIce” , SPicy lentil Dal, Sag “Paneer” recipes? Your picture of it is teasing me and I wan to try it! We just started eating raw 2 months ago and Indian food has def been a craving.

    1. Blessings Amy! 🙂 Oh my your in Luck, I am just putting together a “TRA Retreat Treats” ebook and it has both the “Coco Butter Veggies” and “Sag Veganeer” in it 🙂 The Dal will be coming in my Cravings Busters Ebook with a few others later this year 🙂 Much PLSF ck

  2. These recipes look fab.  I am getting a little bored of plain, although I have to say that grabbing a couple fruits on the run, make a healthy life a no brainer.  Love your site and am looking forward to whatever books you send our way.  I just read one of the free downloads.  Great info.  Thanks for offering them.  Lynn

    1. Most stoked you enjoy, Tis great to have a arsenal on hand of more elaborate yet easy n tasty LFRV recipes 🙂 MOre to come, enjoy much plsf ck

  3. I would like to know if I can be raw vegan and still eat the indian food and things other than just fruits and salads?  I eat emotionally and to block out sadness and lonliness, and not sure how to overcome that.

    1. Blessings Dani 🙂 For sure you can be Raw Vegan and enjoy either some LFRV east indian recipes, or be High Raw vegan n Make some simple cooked ones. My 101 Frickin Rawsome Recipes has a bunch of fun dishes and many books I am in development with have tons too. I am just putting together a “TRA Retreat Treats” ebook and it has 2 east indian dishes from my collection, “Coco Butter Veggies” and “Sag Veganeer” in it 🙂 With Emotional Eating.. first I have a few posts on this, but really what it comes down to is either A) coming into acceptance of what your feeling, Loving it, sitting with it and allowing that feeling to be honoured and transmuted, or B) finding another more helpful habit to “burn up” that energy, such as something Active, or Fully incative.. Sport, a walk, Talking or sleep.. 
      KNowing that Anything we Stuff down with Food only festers and grows to be a bigger deal later, for me, helps a bunch. Taking everything we feel as a gift, something to be fully felt and aknowledged, imho is the surest way to move through it. If u wish to flow more on this via a consult hit me up at

      Much PeaceLovenSeasonalFruit ck

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