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Zoobird Raw Food Revolutionaries

How hot is raw? Love your raw food diet? Wait 'til you taste raw Pad Thai...

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Bruce on the Joy of Raw Foods

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Comment by David Beasley on July 10, 2008 at 11:51pm
I'll be dining at Almond Blossom Cafe this weekend. Live music will be there as well!
Comment by Michael Levin on June 25, 2008 at 5:37am
David recommended The Grass Roots Restaurant in Tampa. They have a good blog. Sabrina Aird is the co-founder and is passionate about raw food.
Comment by Michael Levin on June 25, 2008 at 5:30am
David also recommended The Almond Blossom Cafe in Flagler Beach, FL. Nothing but good comments on the site!
Comment by Michael Levin on June 25, 2008 at 5:25am
Here's another book recommended by David Beasley: Raw Food/Real World: 100 Recipes to Get the Glow.
Comment by Michael Levin on June 25, 2008 at 5:15am
Hey! David Beasley recommended this book called Raw: The Uncook Book: New Vegetarian Food for Life by Juliano. I'm checking it out today. There's a website, too. Look in the Reading List on the right hand side of the page....stay tuned!
Comment by Michael Levin on June 24, 2008 at 10:15pm
From Wikipedia:

Common beliefs held by raw foodists:

* Raw foods contain enzymes which aid digestion, meaning that the body's own enzymes may work unimpeded in regulating the body's metabolic processes, and heating food above 110-120 degrees Fahrenheit degrades or destroys these enzymes in food.

* Eating food without enzymes makes digestion more difficult, which could lead to toxicity in the body and cause excess consumption of food, obesity and chronic disease.

* Raw foods contain bacteria and other micro-organisms that affect the immune system and digestion by populating the digestive tract with gut flora.

* Raw foods have higher nutrient values than foods which have been cooked.

* Wild foods, particularly edible wild plants, are the most nutritious raw foods.[7][8]

* Freezing food is acceptable, even though freezing lowers enzyme activity.
Comment by Michael Levin on June 24, 2008 at 10:09pm

Stay tuned...you see the picture here of Zoobird Bruce? He's featured in an upcoming 3-part mini documentary on healing with raw foods...

Comment by Michael Levin on June 22, 2008 at 11:05pm
By the way, Dave ... You mentioned mixing kale and greens with fruit. That's why I started the Zoobird Juice Lovers. I'm hoping for some creative ideas like that. Now, if I can just find a Champion Juicer for cheap! Should have nabbed Sh'mal's while he was trying to pare down the load for the van.
Comment by Michael Levin on June 22, 2008 at 11:02pm
Ah! You makin' me happy! That's what I was looking for here and I didn't even know it. Thanks. In fact, I was just talking crazily today about doing some mini-traithalon in St Pete Aug 2 and that would be just the treat afterwards, assuming I live.
Comment by David Beasley on June 22, 2008 at 10:41pm
Other good raw food cook books include "RAW, the Uncook Book" by Juliano and "Raw Food, Real World" by Matthew Kenney and Sarma Melngailis. I have tried the raw/vegan restaurant in Tampa called "Grassroots". It was amazing food. The Almond Blossom Cafe at Flagler Beach is good as well.

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