Daily Raw Inspiration – Honoring You

“Efficiency is doing things right. Effectiveness is doing the right things.” – Peter Drucker.

I would say eating a diet of fresh fruits and vegetables, nuts and seeds is doing the right thing as far as eating a very healthy and healing diet for most people. It certainly does seem to be very effective. In my 18 years in this movement I’ve seen literally hundreds of people have the raw diet remove their discomforts of all sorts, large and small, serious and not so serious. Some people do it with supplements, some without. Some do it with less fats or less fruits or all fruits or all greens. Some do it with juicing, some do it with smoothies, some do it with whole foods right off the trees and right out of the ground. Some do it gourmet, some do it very basic. There are old and young, every kind of person, in all parts of the world. Through the internet thousands of people are sharing their stories and experiences with plant based diets, and the simplicity of it speaks to the hearts of more and more people. I just want to say thank you to all of you adventurous souls who have taken strides in the direction of a peaceful and sustainable diet, honoring your own life form and the greater life form that we are all a part of.

In Joy!
Jinjee

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2 Responses to Daily Raw Inspiration – Honoring You

  1. liane says:

    And thank you. My gosh, I am devouring your garden diet ebook. Just made the tabouleh and I kid you not I could’ve eaten double. Not because it didn’t satisfy me, because it is so tasty. Yum. I left out the honey on instinct for me. Corr. Thanks again. What with this and that fab lasagne recipe again last night of yours, my taste buds are singing raw. :)

    • Jinjee says:

      I’m so glad you liked it! That tabouleh is Storm’s best recipe in my opinion… and has helped many an active man stay raw, it’s so filling and satisfying! I know what you mean though; I can eat about five helpings and still get up feeling energized! Love that!! We have all kinds of versions now, with coconut meat and seaweed flakes added, with ground almonds or hemp seeds in place of the traditional cracked wheat…sprouted quinoa is nice in it too! Storm adds honey to his, and I like it with onion powder! Green onions and mint work nicely for a more traditional tabouleh taste too! We have different versions in our Garden Diet eBook and in our 28 Days Raw Program (http://28DaysRaw.com)

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