Yesterday in my women circle The Spirals, one topic came naturally: living food. Living food encompasses fresh fruits and vegetables, nuts and seeds, seaweed, fermented veggies, green juices and smoothies.
I have a playlist called Magical food and another one to inspire you called Recipes (over 60 of them).
I invite you to check Markus Rothkranz channel for lots of resources and Kate Magic great books about raw vegan lifestyle:
– Raw Magic: Superfoods for Superpeople
– Eat Smart Eat Raw
– Raw Living
– Raw Magic: Recipes for the Revolution
My friend my sister, our colon is like a second brain. The issue is it gets overwhelmed by toxicity with stress, chemicals, constipation and so on.
Therefore, I strongly encourage you to think about doing enemas and colonics beforehand.
I discovered sorghum thanks to my neighbor.
It is used as a flour. The taste of sorghum is delicious, slightly sweet.
Added to salads, sprouted sorghum is full of #enzymes and vitamins.
I created this video tutorial to teach you how easy it is to sprout sorghum. Enjoy!
The sorghum seeds:
After sorghum has been sprouted for a couple of days:
I cultivate flexibility not rigidity. I have been eating 100 % raw vegan for over 3 years now.
However, I found myself salivating at the idea of eating sardines when I was reading The clarity cleanse by Doctor Habib Sadeghi as sardines are part of his detox protocol.
I felt like eating some recently and I did it sister!
In my humble opinion, listening to our body is so much more important than following any kind of diet.
I eat raw because I absolutely love it. So I am keeping a raw vegan lifestyle but for 99.9%.
I was also inspired to remain flexible after hearing Shakaya Leone who I love very much in the video “Ex-Vegan (15 Years): Veganism Is Not Sustainable – It’s a “Cleanse,” Not Nourishing“.
Lastly I highly recommend the book The clarity cleanse for more emotional and physical detox and diet tips.
The Clarity Cleanse: 12 Steps to Finding Renewed Energy, Spiritual Fulfillment, and Emotional Healing:
Sometimes we don’t have time to go to the store and get produce.
Sometimes we can also make with what we have in the fridge, without any recipe.
Today I made a meal out of the remaining fruits I had.
Did it lack a bit of green? Maybe and I have a solution! Green powder! Whether it is a mix of green powders of simply spirulina, barley grass or wheatgrass, it makes a great easy addition to an only fruit raw vegan meal.
As they say in Cabo Verde, no stress! Stress is worse than junk food.
One of my dreams recently came true: I own an aloe vera and it lives on my kitchen counter.
From time to time, I cut one of its leaves and use the pulp for smoothies or for my skin.
Irish moss or sea moss is a seaweed very rich in collagen. Its taste is neutral and it makes a great addition to smoothies.
Let’s prepare Irish sea moss together, step by step in this new video tutorial.
My Irish moss comes from Markus Rothkranz’ store and you can also find it on RawLiving.
Real almonds? Extra fresh? It is the first time I taste fresh green almonds. So good! They make the best almond milk ever!
So fresh and delicious!