3 years ago
Tomatoes and oregano make it Italian; wine and tarragon make it French. Sour cream makes it Russian; lemon and cinnamon make it Greek. Soy sauce makes it Chinese; garlic makes it good. Cite Arrow

Alice May Brock, Alice’s Restaurant Cookbook

[Yes, she’s that Alice.]
 

(Source: tigersandstrawberries.com)

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3 years ago
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3 years ago

A visit to the hunky side of raw food with the RawBrahs.

Fit, healthy-looking people wearing little clothing (but with no skeezy T&A vibe) and talking enthusiastically about exercise, fitness, nutrition, and raw food? Yes please! :-)

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3 years ago
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3 years ago
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3 years ago
Unbought delicacies

I saw a man,
An old Cilician, who occupied
An acre or two of land that no one wanted,
A patch not worth the ploughing, unrewarding
For flocks, unfit for vinyards; he however
By planting here and there among the scrub
Cabbages or white lilies and verbena
And flimsy poppies, fancied himself a king
In wealth, and coming home late in the evening
Loaded his board with unbought delicacies.

From The Georgics, by Virgil.
Translated by LP Wilkinson

(Source: thebiggreenidea.org)

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3 years ago
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3 years ago
Choose what is best, and habit will render it pleasant and easy. Cite Arrow "(A saying ascribed to the followers of Pythagoras, in Plutarch, On Exile.)” As cited in Francis Bacon’s Essays.
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3 years ago
A paradigm essentially lets us close our mind to new information. Especially if we’ve had that paradigm since birth…it is indeed “water to the fish”—it’s always been there and we can’t imagine the world any differently. As we are exploring our dietary paths, it is good to keep an open mind and to keep questioning. New information is always coming in and we want to have it available to us. Cite Arrow RawVeganMichele: Paradigms
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3 years ago
I recommend you make a pact with yourself to try at least one new recipe per week, depending on your schedule. Literally block the time needed into your diary so you’re committed and make sure you add the required ingredients to your shopping list. Cite Arrow

From the “Successfully Raw” newsletter by “The Raw Food Coach” Karen Knowler.

[Successfully Raw] Issue 170 - Take it to a TEN!

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