The Raw Truth 2015
What an exciting day it was as the raw truth was spoken. Over 285 people showed up at Lere Robison’s 4th annual Alive Again RAW Truth wellness morning to learn how to develop a healthy and balanced lifestyle thru lean and clean eating. There were some great guest speakers, some life changing testimonies, all kinds of tasty healthy treats to nip on, beautiful vendor displays, and outstanding door prizes. Some were there that had started their journey of healthy eating and were looking to do more, others that were ready to just dive in, and some that were curious and just wanted a little push to get started. The road to changing the way you eat is tough, but the long term rewards, both mentally and physically can not be measured. We wish all well and hope that the journey to clean and lean eating starts and continues so that you and your family can have that healthy and balanced lifestyle. Maybe we can hear you talk about your life changing testimony next year that started at the the RAW truth this year. A big shout out goes to Lere for a wonderful show, the hard work that she and her helpers put into to making the event successful, her support of Good Life Cafe, and the love that she has for helping change people’s lifestyles for the better.
As all know Sharon talked about her journey, introduced us to some beautiful living vegetables, gave us a couple of KALE YEAHS, and showed how simple it was to make ALL RAW, healthy, living chocolate balls and slaw. As promised here are the recipes and a few pictures of the event:
(same ones you got to EAT)
3 Cups of Dried Coconut Flakes
½-3/4 Cup of Pure Maple Syrup
½ Raw Chocolate Powder or Raw Chocolate Sauce
½ Cup Coconut Butter
Mix together into balls and dehydrate overnight at 105 degrees.
½ Head Green and Red Cabbage, Grated
½ Red Onion, Chopped
2 Carrots, Grated
½ Teaspoon of Sea Salt
1 Tablespoon Black Pepper
½ Cup Apple Cider Vinegar
Cashew Mayo (amount depends on how creamy you want, see recipe below)
Blend Vinegar, Salt, Pepper, and Mayo ingredients together. Then, pour over onions, carrots, and red and green cabbage.
1/2 cup soaked (for two hours) cashews
2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar
1/4 teaspoon masa salt
3/4 cup water