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1/29/12 3:09 A

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I eat very clean but I do eat a lot of fish and eggs and for breakfast also have bacon.
Raw foods are great. I eat a lot of vegetables. I eat much more fruit than I ought. I could eat fruit for England and it is definitely for me a sugar issue (better of course than candy but it is still my body over eating fructose so I have to be careful with fruit).

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1/29/12 12:00 A

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Never heard of Essene bread. Will have to look that up.

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1/28/12 11:02 P

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My husband and I were vegetarian for 25+ years...we actually met at a Vegetarian Society function!!
It has only been in recent years that I've gone back to eating some fish and meat...only ever line-caught fish and organic/grass fed meats.
And I LOVE cheeses...it's one of the few foods I can't give up!!! So being Vegan is not anything I'm ever likely to do. But we do have many, mostly vegetarian, vegan and/or raw food days.

One of my favorite raw foods is Essene bread. I make different varieties. They're all delicious.

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1/28/12 9:13 P

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I eat as much raw as I can: fruits, many veggies (I shred root veggies sometimes), nuts, raw rolled grains, raw milk and cheese when I can afford it. Vegan I have considered but not found a reason yet to give up meat and dairy as long as it's grass-fed, humanely raised, ideally organic.
I've borrowed Raw: The Uncook Book from a Friend and would like to take more time trying stuff from it.
I also have two DVD's: Raw food mad easy by Jennifer Cornbleet and Fresh And Alive with Ken Rohla. Haven't gotten to use those either yet so this is a great reminder for me.

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1/28/12 8:24 P

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Has anyone tried this?

I like to have "Raw weekends" in the summer when vegetables and fruits are in plentiful supply, and the weather is warmer!

I have two great "cook" books (!!!)
RAWvolution: Gourmet Living Cuisine by Matt Amsden

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Raw: The Uncook Book by Juliano Brotman

Both books contain a range of recipes that are unique and delicious.

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5/4/12 Greenland 50K - Done
7/29/12 Loveland Little Sprint Triathlon - Done
9/3/12 (54th birthday) - American Discovery Trail marathon
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12/1/12 Rock Canyon Half marathon




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