Adventures in Raw Fooding in the Forever Wild Adirondacks
Sunday, November 7, 2010
fall behind and spring ahead the motto of the time change for daylight savings... did you remember? more like fall behind! (and the corresponding- sleep too late!!) i spoke with someone in arizona and she said they do not observe daylight savings time huh.
i have been very very neglectful of my blog but so much has been happening (many many losses of late) that i have been in a sort of shell shocked state.
then i caught some bug and have been feeling absolutely rotten. good thing for my 4 thieves oil to clean and netti pot with salt for rinsing my poor nasal areas. thankfully i feel like i am beginning to be on the upswing again because things(ie the mess) around me are beginning to bother me and that antsy feeling is starting to take hold to DO something!
well off to continue de-germing the house- and make a list of what i want to accomplish in the next week and the rest of this year (i love crossing off the "done" items)
still trying to get it together but it's closer now :) i hope ;)
I am a certified Alissa Cohen Living on Live Foods Chef, Instructor and Teacher in upstate NY. I first discovered Raw Food for its health and weight balancing benefits. My special talent is for recreating dishes that have dazzled me at fine eateries, replicating familiar cooked dishes that will win over taste buds and encourage anyone that eating raw can be really delicious and exciting! If you enjoyed the tasty recipes that will be posted here on this blog, be sure to check out my upcoming book “Raw Delights”, which is due to go to publishing soon. It's release will be announced on the website: www.AdirondackRawFoodConnection.com.
the information contained in this blog is for education only and is not meant to help diagnose, prescribe, or treat illness. it is valuable to seek the advice of an alternative health care professional before making any changes to your existing diet. there, that's said- now go and play with your food!