Sources of vegan protein

I get asked quite often how I get my protein as a vegan (raw vegan). First of all, if your diet is diversified enough, you'll get plenty of protein from the foods that you eat, but if you also work out and you want to add extra protein, here are the sources that I've tried. … Continue reading Sources of vegan protein

Ligia’s Kitchen: Raw Sundried Tomato Pate

Ligia made a delicious pate in this episode of Ligia's Kitchen, which you can spread on raw bread or you can devour as a veggie dip (which is what we did at the end). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nrPArzJSmbY LK-027-EN-HD Released 1/26/12 It's quick and easy to make (just blend the ingredients together) and super-delicious, so we hope you'll … Continue reading Ligia’s Kitchen: Raw Sundried Tomato Pate

Ligia’s Kitchen – Spring Sprout Salad

In episode 14 of Ligia's Kitchen, Ligia makes a nutritious spring sprout salad -- just the thing to get us nourished after a cold winter. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UDdRpYFwsT8 English subtitles are available on YouTube (toggle them on/off with the CC button). Episode LK-014-RO-HD Released 4/4/11

Ligia’s Kitchen: Raw Winter Salad with Mayo

It's the 10th episode of Ligia's Kitchen! Our show's already been viewed over 20,000 times, and the views just keep coming. Considering that it's in Romanian (not English), and there's plenty of competition from the American market, I think that's really good! This week's recipe is a raw winter salad with (of course) raw mayonnaise. … Continue reading Ligia’s Kitchen: Raw Winter Salad with Mayo

Ligia’s Kitchen: Avocado and Red Cabbage Salad

My wife and I are raw vegans. We eat a 60-75% raw vegan diet, supplemented with some cooked foods. The recommended ratio is 75% raw / 25% cooked. We've been planning these past several months to put together a raw vegan cooking show, which will show people how to change their diets and lifestyles so … Continue reading Ligia’s Kitchen: Avocado and Red Cabbage Salad

Sea kelp noodles with almond and mustard seed sauce

Part of the fun of being the husband of a raw food chef is that I get to eat interesting things. For example, our lunch yesterday was this: sea kelp noodles, with a sauce made of almonds, mustard seeds and tomatoes, and with assorted sea vegetables and sliced tomatoes on the side. The taste might … Continue reading Sea kelp noodles with almond and mustard seed sauce

An interview with Adina Zeev about colon hydrotherapy

We had the chance to experience an inside-out cleansing recently -- it's a practice called colon hydrotherapy, or a colonic. It's a safe procedure that uses a machine to slowly rinse out solid waste from the colon, by pushing water into it, then letting it come out. The gentle pressure of the colonic machine stimulates … Continue reading An interview with Adina Zeev about colon hydrotherapy