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Jennifer Cornbleet | Raw Food Made Easy
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I’m excited to welcome you to the world of Raw Food Made Easy!
I’m excited to welcome you to the world of Raw Food Made Easy!

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What's your favorite piece of kitchen equipment?

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Let me give you 5 super easy ways to include raw food at dinner-time. The easiest way to do that it to add a raw first course and that’s what all of these ideas do. http://ow.ly/mClZ309ax7m
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I promise this will pave the way for fun adventures you’ll have in your kitchen soon. http://ow.ly/HfLJ309ax26
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Today I want to tell you about an ancient food that’s so amazing you’ll wonder why you haven’t heard about it before. (And I’ll give you a delectable recipe that uses it!) http://ow.ly/vqmp306FHcK
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On a recent drive from the Bay Area, we stopped in Grants Pass, OR. We had no cooking equipment, no kitchen, and very little in the way of grocery stores. Yet we arrived starving and in need of a quick fix! So here’s what we did… http://bit.ly/2gg4Hpp

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http://ow.ly/JZzF308Xo2MThis recipe provides the perfect opportunity to use up those leftover bits of zucchini from Zucchini Pasta. Serve chilled, at room temperature, or warm.
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Garden Vegetable Soup turns gazpacho green...not with envy, but with flavor. Just like traditional gazpacho, this chilled/room temperature raw food soup recipe is filled with the fresh bright flavors of avocado, tomato, onion, celery, garlic, and cayenne. But instead of a soup that is primarily red with tomatoes, my version is gorgeously green thanks to a hearty serving of crisp zucchini, chopped spinach, and fragrant basil. http://ow.ly/RjEY308Xnkc

What are you eating for Valentine's this evening?

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Strawberries are simply beautiful and can immediately elevate an “everyday” cake to something extra-special for Valentine’s Day. Best of all, they’re super-easy to make. You can use a strawberry of any size, but a larger berry is easier to work with when you are first learning this technique.

Here’s what you do:
Wash and dry your strawberry.
Do NOT remove the hull
Place the strawberry on cutting board, hull-side down
Make a series of 1/8th inch vertical cuts
Gently fan out and place on cake
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