Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Raw Food Group Potluck

If you are interested in improving your health and lifestyle then a raw food group is a great way to learn more about raw foods and healthy living.  Our raw food group meets at my house the third Wednesday of every month.  These people are always interesting and interested.  We bring potluck where we share our favorite raw food recipes, and we encourage each other to live as healthy as we know how. Those that can't bring a raw food dish for one reason or another pay $5.00.  Good people and good food.  What a combination!

Here are some pictures from our last raw foods potluck.

Serving lunch buffet style.

Me and our new holistic doctor, Dr. Russ.

Visiting around the table.

There is always plenty to talk about.

Linda and me.

Pam and Letizia
The ones of us that come to the raw food group are at various levels of raw, but we all agree that raw foods are good for our health and they taste good.

Here are three of the recipes I contributed.  These are very plain recipes that I modified from Dr. Fielder's Farm Recipe book.  I need to eat as clean as possible right now and that is why I selected these recipes. 

IN THE PINK OF IT – SALAD (The Farm Recipe Book) - modified
1 beet
¼ or less of cabbage
6 parsley sprigs
3 celery sticks
1 sweet apple

Grate beet and apple.  Shred the cabbage, finely chop parsley and celery.  Toss all ingredients together.  Serve with raw milk cheese.

CORN SALAD (The Farm Recipe Book) - modified
1 package of frozen organic corn
1 red bell pepper
1 onion
A few green leaves – I used parsley
Juice of 1 lemon
1 tsp honey

Place thawed corn in bowl.  Dice red bell pepper and onions.  Tear greens in to small pieces.  Juice lemon, stir with honey and thyme.  Pour over salad and gently mix.

PEARS A LA TROPIQUE (The Farm Recipe Book) - modified
6 soft pears
½ of a fresh pineapple
¾ cup grated coconut
¾ cup soaked sultanas or raisins (optional)
Mash pears, chop the pineapple into small pieces.  Mix fruit together with coconut and sultanas.

To health and happiness.

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