• 01Jun

    1. Sweet Potatoes

    Sweet potatoes are great sources of beta-carotene, which our body converts to vitamin A. Beta-carotenes act as potent antioxidants, protecting cells from oxidative damage which accelerates aging and causes diseases.

    Sweet potatoes are also a good source of vitamin C, which fights free radicals and protects our skin. According to Reader’s Digest, British researchers found that vitamin C–rich foods reduced the risk of wrinkles by 36 percent.

    You may have to boil or steam your sweet potatoes to obtain the nutritional benefits. Recent studies show excellent preservation of sweet potato anthocyanins with steaming, and several studies comparing boiling to roasting have shown better blood sugar effects. And yes, add some olive oil to your sweet potato to absorb the beta-carotene better. The best part is, sweet potatoes can protect your eyes given its high vitamin A content.

    Check out our tasty sexy Sweet Potato and Kale Patties for a great recipe.

    2. Spinach

    Spinach is an excellent source of vitamin C, vitamin E, and especially vitamin A. These vitamins, especially vitamin A, can protect the skin by offering us antioxidant and anti-inflammatory health benefits. Spinach also contains omega-3 fatty acids, which can reduce inflammation and protect your skin from sunburn and skin cancer melanoma.

    Check out our mouthwatering spinach recipes. My favorite is the skin-boosting Raw Vegan Pizza with Spinach, Pesto, and Marinated Vegetables. This recipe is raw, vegan, bursting with enzymes as well as antioxidants from succulent tomatoes and crunchy pine nuts, giving the low-effort pizza depth.

    3. Tomatoes

    Tomatoes are very high in lycopene, which can protect our skin against sun damage and cancer. According to BBC, about 85 percent of lycopene in the western diet are obtained from tomatoes, and the best place to find it is in tomato paste.

    Adding to this, a recent study published in the Journal of British Dermatology showed that tomato paste containing lycopene provides protection against photodamage from the sun.

    Hmm…perhaps it may not be a bad idea to whip up a glamorous, instant raw tomato pasta after a day in the sun. If not, you can always check out our Raw Tomato Red Pepper Soup.

    4. Dark Chocolate

    Oh, you know I’m going to be bringing this one up. For you chocoholics out there, dark chocolates contain antioxidants called flavonoids, which can boost our skin health and protect our skin from the effects of sun exposure and prevent skin aging.

    According to Dr. Perricone, cocoa has more antioxidants than blueberries, green tea, or red wine. And the darker the chocolate the more cocoa content it has given its higher flavanoid contents!

    Make sure you choose non-Dutched, preferably raw cacao, since alkalinization reduces flavanoids in the cacao. I’d also steer clear of any dairy and refined sugar. Check out our dellliiicious vegan chocolate recipes. My favorites are the creamy Strawberry Chocolate Vegan Cheesecake  and decadent Raw Vegan Chocolate Brownie Balls.

    5. Green Tea

    Sip your green tea after a day in the sun! Green tea contains catechin, an active antioxidant that makes your skin more resistant to ultraviolet radiation and premature skin aging.

    Green tea also contains polyphenols, which protects your skin against free radical exposure and boost its antioxidant protection. Drinking two or more cups of either black or green tea may reduce the risk of developing skin cancer.

    Try our vegan, nutty macha tea latte for a lazy afternoon. Or you can just chill your green tea, top that with some skin-boosting tropical fruits, and add some coconut flower sugar for a refreshing afternoon drink.

  • 29Nov


  • 21Sep


    ANALYSIS: Solar Panels Light Up the NFL

    Andre Rawlemon, the architect and designer, says his spherical, sun-tracking glass globe is able to concentrate sunlight and moonlight up to 10,000 times and that the system is 35 percent more efficient than photovoltaic designs that track the sun. One of Rawlemon’s idea is to build these globes into the exterior walls of buildings and use them to generate electricity. For other uses and beautiful images of the globes, click here.

    via Design Boom and Inhabitat

    Credit: Andre Rawlemon

  • 17Mar

    On youtube- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vMGT_zqmcH0

    These Sun Cheese Sticks are so addicting. My husband and I love them. They have the crispy saltiness that makes the perfect snack, crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside. The lemon gives it a tangy edge that satisfies your sweet/salty addiction.
    2 1/2 c. sunflowers, soaked, then sprouted for 1- 1/2 days (You can omit this sprouting, if you like.)
    1/2 c. lemon juice
    1/2 c. coconut aminos
    4 garlic cloves
    optional – 3 T. nutritional yeast – not raw

    Combine all in a food processor and roll/pat into 2″ sticks onto a dehydrator sheet at 100 degrees for 18-24 hours until slightly crispy on the outside. Eat them warm!

    24 calories per cheesestick


    Medicinal Benefits
    Native Americans valued all parts of the sunflower for its healing properties. For cuts and bruises, the juices from the stem were applied directly to the injured areas.

    They made a liniment by boiling the roots and applying the warm liquid to relieve any inflammation, pain and itching from poison ivy, snakebites and rheumatism. The seeds were used as a diuretic, as relief for constipation, chest pain, and ulcers, to rid the body of worms, and to cure warts.

    Russians had a unique remedy for relieving rheumatism. They combined chopped sunflower heads, soap chips, and vodka into a mixture that was sun-aged for a period of nine days, and then rubbed the potion on their achy joints.

    A tea made by boiling the stems of the sunflower offered relief from coughs and fevers.

    John Douglas, a physician, recommends raw sunflower seeds to his patients with cardiovascular disease and high blood pressure because they are high in potassium and low in sodium. He also found that raw sunflower seeds offered allergy relief to some of his patients. For patients who were in his stop-smoking program, he recommended sunflower seeds, not only for their nutritional benefits, but to provide an activity to keep their hands and mouths busy.

    The high vitamin E and polyunsaturated fat content provide benefits that help lower cholesterol.

  • 16Jul

    on youtube –

    Fill a one gallon jar or pitcher with 1 c. flowers/leaves. Cover with 1 gallon water. Steep in sun for energy and warmth, or the moon for cooling down organs in the body that are too heated- arthritis, swelling, headaches, pain, for 2 hours or more. Strain and serve. Sweeten if desired.

    Flowers/leaves you can use:

    anise hyssop – leaves and flowers
    beebalm – leaves and flowers
    catnip – leaves and flowers
    lavender flowers
    lemon balm leaves and flowers
    lemon verbena leaves
    lilac flowers
    peppermint leaves and flowers
    rose flowers or rose hips
    spearmint leaves and flowers

  • 05Jun



  • 03Sep


    (NaturalNews) Wrinkles are mainly associated with changes in our skin as we grow older. This natural aging process is inevitable but we can limit the extent and severity.

    Wrinkles can be those fine surface lines as well as the deep furrows. The areas usually most affected are the sensitive skin near the eyes, the lips and neck. If the collagen and elastin in the connective tissues of our skin is weakened or if they decrease in number, wrinkles can then appear. Skin damaged in such a way appears thinner and loses fat content, elasticity and smoothness. Gravity also plays a part as it allows the lax tissue to sag. Skin ages all over the body but the process can be hastened where there has been excessive sun exposure. Apart from these two reasons, there are many other ways in which skin damage, and of course wrinkles, can be caused:

    – Dryness and lack of moisture
    – Excessive work or leisure time outdoors
    – Tanning booths
    – Heredity
    – Gravity
    – Injury or surgery to the skin
    – Acne and various other skin diseases which have a tendency to scar
    – Smoking which hastens the aging process while cigarette smoke is one of the biggest culprits for premature wrinkles
    – Pollution such as air pollutants, dust, chemicals and harsh lights
    – Muscle movement or repeated actions such as squinting, smiling and frowning
    – The use of drugs
    – Stress
    – Weight loss because the volume of the fat cells is drastically reduced
    – Lack of Vitamin E which can cause the quality of the skin to deteriorate

    Over the counter anti-wrinkle potions and lotions may well contain harmful toxins such as parabens, mineral oil, paraffin, petrolatum, and many others and should be avoided. Skin is thin and easily penetrable so whatever you apply to your skin quickly enters the bloodstream.

    Keep those wrinkles at bay naturally by:

    – A twice daily regime of cleansing the skin of all impurities and make up. Use natural products and avoid hot water as the heat causes an increase in the chemical reactions in the chlorine in your water supply. Pat dry rather than rubbing and scrubbing with the towel.
    – Applying a natural moisturizer. It improves the water holding capacity of the skin.
    – Using a natural eye cream for the delicate area round the eyes using the 3rd finger because that digit has the lightest touch.
    – Using a natural anti wrinkle cream at night with added nutrients. Coconut oil, body butter or a pure essentials oil wrinkles treatment will nourish but not clog your skin.
    – Mashing 1/4 banana until it is a creamy consistency. Gently massage into your face, leaving it on for 30 minutes or more before rinsing off with warm water followed by a dash of cold. Gently pat dry.
    – Applying flaxseed oil which is the richest vegetable source of omega-3 fatty acids, essential for lubricated and supple skin.
    – Sleeping on your back to reduce the gravitational pull on the skin on your face and to avoid puffiness in the morning.
    – Drinking your 8 glasses of water every day. The skin is the first organ to suffer if you are dehydrated.
    – Eating a healthy diet which includes plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables. Blueberries are especially packed with antioxidants to fight skin-damaging free radicals.
    – Not smoking.

    Although wrinkles are part of the process of getting older, their appearance can be diminished with extra care and good natural treatment.





  • 29May

    Natural Oils that Protect You and Your Loved Ones from the Sun (Page 2 of 2)

    Article by ciel s cantoria (14,652 pts )
    Edited & published by Sarah Malburg (5,157 pts ) on May 13, 2010


    More about Oils that Help Gain Sun Protection


    Jojoba Oil – Jojoba oil is more correctly described as liquid wax. Like Macadamia oil, the properties of jojoba oil are akin to that of human sebum or the skin’s natural oil. As a sunscreen ingredient, jojoba oil not only provides natural moisturizers for the skin but also provides healing and anti-inflammatory elements through its natural substance called myristic acid. Myristic acid is a form of fatty acid naturally occurring in plant oils. This oil has an SPF rating of 4.

    Sesame Seed Oil- Sesame seed oil is said to be composed of 20% protein and 50% lipids which gives the gamma tocopherol (Vitamin E) content. Tocopherol provides stable anti-oxidative mechanisms which include eliminating free radicals. UVR rays are said to be capable of activating the release of free radicals in skin cells. The characteristic of being stable means they do not easily breakdown under the sun’s UVR or when kept in storage. As a sunscreen ingredient, it has an SPF rating of 4.

    Grapeseed Oil- This oil is said to be rich in oligometric proanthrocyanidins or OPC. These are like the sesame seed oil components which hunt down free radicals that cause aging, with the purpose of eliminating them from the body system. Studies show that the OPC in grapeseed is twenty times more effective than vitamin C in eradicating free radicals in its function as an antioxidant. The antioxidating capabilities also promote the self-repair process of cells, which is important when the skin becomes affected by the sun’s UVR rays. The SPF rating for this oil as a sunscreen ingredient is 4.


    Avocado Oil – This fruit is highly regarded by the Aztecs of Mexico for its high nutritional content. Avocado oil is rich in vitamins A, B, D and E , fatty acids and lecithin. Avocado oil has quick-acting capacity to be absorbed by the skin tissue and provides the skin with emollients that can hydrate, nourish and regenerate the epidermis or the outer skin layer. Avocado oil has an SPF rating of 4 as a sunscreen ingredient.

    Raspberry Seed Oil – This is considered a superior source of moisturizer and contains skin emollients in the form of alpha and gamma tocopherols (Vitamin E), high concentrations of Vitamin A, antioxidants and fatty acids. Due to these traits, raspberry seed oil is given an SPF rating of 4 as a sunscreen ingredient.


    Coconut Oil – This oil is abundant in tropical countries and is also known as coconut butter when it assumes solid form at room temperature. Oil extract is called virgin coconut oil if it was derived from the dried meat of the coconut fruit. Coconut oil is clear but rich in fatty acids and moisturizing elements that give it anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and anti-microbial properties. It is ideal as a sunscreen agent because of its highly stable characteristics under any condition and capability for an indefinite shelf-life during storage. However, as oil that provides natural sun protection, it only garnered an SPF rating of 2.

    There are other natural ingredients available that possess similar healing and protective properties like the natural oils described above. In fact, one natural ingredient which is also ideal as a sunscreen ingredient is Shea Butter, which has an SPF rating of 6. This natural ingredient comes from the Karite or Mangifolia tree found abundant in the savannahs of Africa. Considering this continent’s high levels of exposure to the sun, Shea Butter is widely and effectively used in lieu of other oils that provide natural sun protection.

    Reference Materials:

    Read more: http://www.brighthub.com/environment/green-living/articles/71205.aspx?p=2#ixzz0pKNaJKG3


    Fwd: In vitro sun protection factor determination of herbal oils used in cosmetics Kaur CD, Saraf S – Phcog Res

    Reply to all


    Ok, if you scroll more then half way down to RESULTS and DISCUSSIONS, you’ll find the scientific evidence of the highest and lower rated SPF plant based and essential oils which would be best to use in an oil or lotion formula for DIY sun protection.  Some of the EO’s mentioned in this article such as Peppermint, Lavender and Tea Tree EO can also be used for bug repellent. From researching, Lemongrass EO is one of the best for repelling mosquitos.  If you take Lavender, Tea Tree and Peppermint EO’s with you, they’ll cover remedies for jet lag, bug bites, head or toothaches, sun burn remedy, cuts, bruises, ect.  Also, Lavender and Tea Tree oil can be applied directly to the skin without being first diluted in a base oil.  You’ll be very well prepared, bug proofed and sun protected.  You do not want to use any citrus EO’s as they cause sensitivity in the sun.

    Among the fixed oils taken, SPF value of olive oil was found to be the highest. Similarly among essential oils, SPF value of peppermint oil was found to be the highest.

    From: Mapuana
    Subject: In vitro sun protection factor determination of herbal oils used in cosmetics Kaur CD, Saraf S – Phcog Res
    To: hawnsoul4kupuna2mapu@gmail.com


  • 31Oct

    So-Easy Tangy Orange Cranberry Sauce  http://youtu.be/qkLLsbgJ-DY

    Sage stuffing -t: http://youtu.be/-QRJ403psbg

    pecan-stuffed mushrooms – on youtube -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EuPryHYXDSg&list=UUuqdm31GUiVWTLXjvr1TFuQ&index=1&feature=plcp

    Tarragon Dressing -Mixed Masala Bowl: http://youtu.be/v-maIZdmKDg

    dolmas – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LCPISqHAPnk

    pumpkin butter – http://youtu.be/iIP0p5Tq8Dc

    coconut pudding – t: http://youtu.be/8IrX_sSTepk

    fig jam – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xh9cbJffD4Q

    Sprouted Lentil Hummus – http://youtu.be/VtPBIJBNOiU

    Raw Classic and Middle Eastern Aiolis Alert iconon youtube-: http://youtu.be/19SretEPP7Q

    Onion bread – http://youtu.be/Go8420x8iR0

    Masala Chai Sun Tea – http://youtu.be/SehtC9x8AAU

    Chocolate halvah torte – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tE059eZw95c

    3 Eagles Qi Gong – http://www.youtube.com/my_videos_edit?ns=1&video_id=SnDWn8W6EUo

    kombucha lotion -: http://youtu.be/SSvpqXDnZjA

    halvah – http://youtu.be/6XBizdWpXIg

    chocolate fondue -http://youtu.be/mRK29VYX6yg

    “no-cheese” cheesy fondue-http://youtu.be/yCSlk9PuR1Q

    chip and veggie sauce/coating – http://youtu.be/XIHixaBGpdE

    Raw Cookie-Go-To-Go Bars http://youtu.be/pveoIZGp

    “Un-Chicken” Salad with Coconut Curry – http://youtu.be/Phsti3jHCwg

    Raw Berry Banana Kombucha Frostie-: http://youtu.be/BMG4VqFh9Ps

    on youtube-t: http://youtu.be/BMG4VqFh9Ps

    Strawberry Oat Bars -http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Xyz9lcXRE0&list=UUuqdm31GUiVWTLXjvr1TFuQ&index=1&feature=plcp

    Cranberry Coleslaw with Creamy Cashew Dressing: http://youtu.be/veQliFYtxi8

    Lavender Lemon Tea Cookies

    Detox Green ginger smoothie – : http://youtu.be/WWvJ7wJtbag

    Detox salad – http://youtu.be/0WOS-fcfsWc

    Garden Herb Roll-ups/Wraps-

    On youtube-http://youtu.be/V4i-Q5xfFAo
    Pistachio Honey Bites

    Pistachio Refrigerator Cookies – http://youtu.be/lcIN7Ferxgk

    Puttanesca – http://youtu.be/63QDnmW-O0Y

    Coco-Mint Truffles -http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=imoRvT-jsMA

    How to Open a Young Thai Coconut-

    Energy Bars – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i5xczvTQdJQ

    Sun Cheese Sticks – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vMGT_zqmcH0

    Tortilla Soup – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RlTAtllyYTY

    Chocolate Mug Cake – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-vsMAYiI4qk

    Cherry Brownie Hearts-http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lCODg0Ll5qQ

    Cherry Pie -On youtube -http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FswCFqrfnog

    rawvioli-On youtube-http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ob57lEP4QOo

    Raw Taco Seasoning-

    Raw Sweet n’ Sour Sauce

    Raw Pho-

    Raw Sugar Cookies

    and Rawtitos

    English Toffee-

    Egg Nog-

    German Chocolate Cake
    on youtube -www.youtube.com/watch?v=AoeBqIUjhUw


    Sloppy Joes
    on youtube -http://youtu.be/ZLxEUSjOBh8

    Chocolate Orange Cheesecake on youtube –

    Chocolate Walnut Pie

    Strawberry Shortcake

    Raw Pumpkin Pie
    on youtube-http://youtu.be/DeEW7sW3G-I

    Raw Sweet Potato Casserole
    on youtube-http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=clNOZfXSVnY

    Raw Chocolate/Carob Covered Raisins
    on youtube-http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ammqxmKMs9c

    7-Layer Dip – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DnFSTb4xPlo

    Mushroom Soup/Gravy -http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rmpjUDrXb20

    Caramel apple bites – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CTSnvDPBS1g

    Raw Egg Salad-http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ewdgWtgY57Y

    Vegetable Soup
    on youtube -http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vnTplrr-w7E

    Breakfast Wraps

    Hazelnut Fudge-

    Pinenut Pepper Poppers-

    Lemon Sheet Cookies

    Doughnut Holes –
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-uQE0Oyo3BYPinenut Pepper Poppers

    Raw Fig Newtons-

    Raw Ginger Snaps –

    Raw Sprouted “Unfried Rice

    Sprouted wild rice pudding


    Butterfinger Bites

    Chocolate/Carob Chia Pudding

    Ranch Dressing

    Perfect Walnut Pesto

    Marinated Mushrooms


    Pecan Sandies-


    how to open a coconut-

    banana pudding

    Cinnamon Rolls

    Peppermint, Chocolate Mint Patties

    Key lime pie-

    sun/moon tea

    Here’s the artichoke dip.

    Cucumber Dip

    Here are the almond cookies!

    Yam Fries on youtube


    Chocolate Vanilla Mousse-

    Onion Rings-

    chocolate chip bars (raw o’henry bars)

    Vanilla Fudge – Covered Cherries – White Chocolate
    on youtube -http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oA3aX3CFhJg

    Pad Thai with Teriyaki Sauce

    Chiles Rellenos

    Mole Sauce-

    Raw Pancakes and Huckleberry Syrup-

    Eggplant Parmezano on youtube-

    Raw Pita Chips

    Blushing Mary Mix

    Vege Kabobs and Barbecue Sauce

    Lemon Pudding!

    Peach cobbler-

    Nacho Cheesy Sauce –

    Stuffed Peppers with Mock Refried Beans and Nacho Cheesy Sauce

    coffee cake-

    apple butter-


    BBQ Chips-http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tUna3o-9tbk

    Sour lemon candy tarts/bars

    meatless meatballs and marinara-

    fruit roll-ups/leathers


    raw almond crackers on youtube:

    Cheesy Chipotle Dip/Spread – On youtube:

    Walnut Chili Spread – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tcsBTxv7llE

    Apple Pie – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xcjDdPTAJX8

    Vege Tacos – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gSf8JyPek2Y

    Essene Rye Bread – on youtube -http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tAKdwJd3X8s

    Guacamole – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=io7MmdQAYoU


    Chocolate/Carob Almond Smoothie – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i0n0vVpBiio

    Peppermint Truffles – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y0SUpP_F9nw

    Granola – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aT0pkpLrc6Q

    Raw Food Meals – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sA7j2P19Yh8

    Vege Burgers – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iDAUff7Avcs

    Sweet Sprouted Seeds-
    To see this recipe, go to:

    Chia Crisps/Crackers-

    Using the spiral slicer to make raw zucchini pasta with pine nut alfredo sauce

    Fermented Barley Juice Recipes-

    Chocolate nut butter cups and strawberries:

    To see how to make raw peanut sauce, go to:

    How to use the dehydrator:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q6pcS5c808o

    To see how raw cheesecake is made, go to:

    To see how to make Raw Instant Cacao powder, hot chocolate, go to:

    Dishwashing liquid on youtube, go to:

    Thousand Island Dressing –
    To see this recipe on youtube, go to:

    Green soup/gazpacho at youtube-

    Pieter, the wheatgrass man makes Essene/Wheatgrass/Living Bread
    on youtube at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y5w51A1fL4s

    Pieter, the Wheatgrass Man Opens a South American Coconut and hands one to Angela Stokes Monarch

    Dorothy interviews Maria as she makes her raw chocolate at Matt and Angela Stokes

    tai chi for enlightenment in Vilcabamba, Ecuador

    Tcandies, go to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2v_Ch3ZEY4
    Raw Chocolate Covered Dried Apricots and Raw Mounds Bars:

    cranapple juice made on video, go to: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F7NMcPowviw

    Raw Rhubarb Smoothie, go to-http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J9dq77uPucs

    Kevin shows his raised garden beds, part 2, go to:

    How to Make Your Own Lip Balm from Dorothy at taichibozeman.com/rawfoodblog and Mapuana:
    To see this recipe, go to: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x2eaEQxTfuY

    To See Sprouted Quinoa Salad (Tabouli)

    DIY Dish Soap

    Raw Ketchup:

    To see D make this raw mustard go to:

    eyeglass cleaner-

    Mung Bean Recipes – Salad and Party Mix –

    kale chips:


    mock tuna:

    raw vege kraut

    RAW Kombucha, go to

    Kevin shows part one of how to make your own raised garden beds in Bozeman, Montana

    To see Kevin change our aquasana filter on youtube

    Midnight Truffles

    cleaning spray at-


    squaghetti with garlic sauce, and squaghetti with marinara sauce:

    Valentine Pear:

    raw food snacks at:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MJCMQ8IG2oA

    sprout buckwheat and make buckwheat crunchies, go to:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IyOkTR0Ftls

    cherry green smoothie, go to: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EAYo-1Qx24s

    raw grapefruit green juice

    white chocolate, and a tai chi/chi kung exercise for the kidneys, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pX-DsU_SjIw

    raw asparagus with raw hollandaise sauce:

    raw carob/coconut fudge :

    brazil nut nog:

    how to juice wheatgrass, make banana ice cream and cashew nut butter:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cZsEfbWwvYc

    tahini sauce: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=omi2tukpL5A

    leek/pea soup, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j3Rtxu1Rhyk

    raw vegan sushi rolls, see:


    banana split: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RBrqN5dxs4U

    pine nut yogurt-http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yFOqLHaISHo”>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yFOqLHaISHo

    Yang Style Short form : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ldUr-IPHl38

    To see Dorothy make rejuvelac, go to :http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=al1hDSAv6cQ
    To see Dorothy teach how to grow wheatgrass, go to: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GmdQVeSZy9Y

    To see Dorothy make Chia Jam, and give a Tai Chi exercise on letting go of mourning, go to: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wvxutez4Ka4

    almond milk-

    how to grow alfalfa and clover sprouts: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1JCpJV78-OY

    raw chocolate goji bark :

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