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Lavender Oil

Lavender is a great addition to your oil collection because it has so many uses. I was with a friend a few weeks ago when turned on the stove to make us tea and as we were talking and getting lost in conversation, she forgot that the burner was hot, and leaned right onto it. Her entire hand was burned after she placed it directly on the smooth stove top. I grabbed my lavender oil. All I had to do was...

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Interview on MSONEWSPORTS

  Just did a fun interview with Rick from MSONENEWSPORTS.com Check it out here  ...

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Flax Seed Hair Gel

My homemade hair gel is the easiest thing to make and it works better than any product I've ever used! Although my hair is curly, its needs a heavy gel so that it doesn't get frizzy. If you think using the goop from flax seeds in your hair is crazy, give it a try and you'll be pleasantly surprised! Once in a while I'll go back to using my store bought gel and it just never feels as good. You...

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Raw Cookie Dough Bites!

This is such a quick and easy dessert recipe, but make sure you grind the cashews really well. You want the texture to be super smooth and not grainy. 1 cup cashews 3 medjool dates 1 t vanilla 1 pinch sea salt 1 - 2 T cacao nibs Place the cashews in a food processor or blender and blend until its a fine powder and almost a butter consistency. Add in the the dates, vanilla and sea salt and blend...

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Dehydrator Templates

When I make raw crackers, I just spread sheets of flax, veggies or whatever raw dough I'm using, out over the entire teflex sheet. I put them in the dehydrator and when they are completely dry, I take them out, break them apart and I have all different shapes and sizes. They're usually not the prettiest crackers, but scoring them before they dry can be messy and time consuming. Then Brenda from Rawsome Creations popped up on my radar! I started...

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Squash and Apple Salad

This is such a simple raw food recipe but I made it for thanksgiving and it was a huge hit. The ingredients are approximate depending on the size and amount of the squash that you use. 1 medium butternut squash 1 cup of raisins 1 -2 apples 1/4 apple cider vinegar Pinch or more of salt Pinch or more of pepper Peel the squash and shred it in a food processor with the shredder attachment. If you don't have a...

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What you probably don’t know about my classes...

I always have people ask me if I have classes to teach people how to go raw besides the raw food teacher training certification. They see the raw food teacher training level 3 certification classes and assume that those are only for people who want to be able to teach others. They are not!! In most of the certification classes, more than half the class are people just wanting to learn more for themselves or their families. The teacher training certification classes...

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