Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! A big Thank You to all who came out and supported our Pre-Buy campaign! As of Sunday, 18th November we have hit our goal of raising R150,000. We are profoundly grateful to everyone who bought early. The book is now at the printers and we will be creating the […]
Wraps are just the best thing ever. We eat them in various forms every week, usually using mineral rich nori sheets, but rice papers, and home made breads feature too. Fillings vary depending on what is in the garden or the veg box this week. We usually add a suace or two to the table, […]
Deliciously light, this is a great side salad that can be made with just a knife in a few moments. The secret is in the dressing, suddenly a simple cucumber becomes a feature on the table. Drawing from classic Chinese falavours, this works well with some of the other raw Chinese dishes in our book […]
Having raw breads at hand is a great way to avoid eating some of the more processed, gluten rich commercial offerings. These slow our digestion, and we feel sleepy and slow in our minds too. Most our raw breads are gluten free, and rich in healthy oils too. Filling and satisfying they store really well […]
Yup, warm and spicy soups can be raw too. In fact it was this discovery that allowed Natalie and I to stay eating high raw food, even through winter. This soup is knocked up in minutes and is a flavour sensation, spicy, sour and sweet too.
A simple little salad packing a flavour punch. Chilli, garlic and ginger feature in this delicious warming little treat. A knife is required to make it 🙂Get the recipe in the book ‘Easy Living Food’ from Natalie Reid & Noel Marten
Possibly the best snack invented ever! Packed with crunchy flavour, just like a chip should be, but also packed with super green nutrition.These do need a dehydrator to make them, but once you have tasted, this recipe alone is a reason to buy one!
A raw shiitake mushroom soup, masquerading very successfully as a cooked soup. warm and earthy, this soup is really satisfying. Needs no special equipment and is quicker to make than a cooked version.Check it out in our book ‘Easy Living Food’ in the soups section.
This is one of those ‘making of…’ shots, but its so pretty, even in the blender. Yes its another of these quick blending recipes. Raw soups are a winter winner, quick and easy, served warm, they taste like (or better) than their cook counterparts.