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#1
| yogi member

raw food

hello everybody,

does somebody know places with raw food in india? doesnt matter where.

raw food is the healthiest nourishment on the planet.

for people who are new to rawfood chek out the next sites:

raw temple
raw food cool:
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All that we are arises with our thoughts.
:yes: With our thoughts, we make the world.":yes:

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#2
| Member
raw food cab be the healthiest nourishment, provided that it has be prepared in a clean way
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#3
| yogi member

love..

[happy] thats for sure,

and one thing i havent mentiont: LOVE :yes:

always prepare the food with care and love, for sure.
:angel :yinyang: "om lokah samastah sukhino bhavantu":yinyang: :angel



"We are what we think.
All that we are arises with our thoughts.
:yes: With our thoughts, we make the world.":yes:
#4
| Off on 6th October
"If it can't be cooked or peeled, don't eat it."

Is this still a good adage to go by in India?
"Fare thee well, Baxter. You shall always be friend of the bears."
#5
| Member
You can get Sushi at the Saturday night market in the north of Goa in Arpora(near Anjuna). They have several different types of food but the Sushi is very popular as it goes quite quickly. I didn't have any and I don't really know how safe it is but if everyone got ill then no-one would go there I suppose. That's the only place I've seen anything raw.
#6
| yogi member
Thanks karma king,

Is karma queen related to you?

I just saw her a moment ago.. :goodluck: :love: :clap_1:



To come back at raw food: if you eat raw food like totaly for 100% raw food
im talking about salads, soups, shakes, smooties, falaffel and many things more, it gifs you all the minirals your body can absorb, what wil activate more brain activity and things like that.


WHY NOT MAKE SOMETHING BY YOURSELF?????

Lets make an energysoup!!

WHY ENERGY SOUP?

The reason is that it works! Energy Soup gives the body's cells fuel to be nourished which provides for self-healing in the quickest possible way. Another reason that this Energy Soup is high-energy nourishment that is fermented slightly from the blending with Rejuvelac. This means that Vitamin E in the the mixture prevents oxidation, so we can keep it all day. Energy Soup provides a complete form of basic elements that are needed for rebuilding health quicker. It helps to overcome addictions because it is easy to digest. Most of the essential elements are easy to digest and essential nutrients found in Energy Soup are important in providing a means for self-healing the body and mind, and in helping with addictions. It can also help with many other health problems that people suffer with every day, which generally have been brought on by poor nutrition, especially by overeating.

ENERGY SOUP (HIGH ENERGY NOURISHMENT) is best taken about five times per day in small amounts (1 cup or less per serving). For variety you can put into the Energy Soup 1/2 cup of cut-up banana or some alfalfa sprouts so there is something to chew. Chewing is important so that the food mixes with the saliva and thus the body can better begin the digestive process.

HOW TO MAKE ENERGY SOUP : We will begin with a list of the basic ingredients and amounts. But this is to be used only as a guideline. Generally, I do not like to specify amounts and measurements - use your own judgment and allow for your own creativity. It’s best to occasional add different ingredients such as peeled cactus, sweet potatoes or carrots, but the basic ingredients should be included. The most important elements and the ones that you will use in the largest quantity are the greens.

BASIC INGREDIENTS :
Seaweed (dulse)
Rejuvelac Sprouts - mung beans, green peas, lentils
(one handful is a good amount)
A large amount of a variety of organic greens
Peeled apples or watermelon, including rind, or papaya alfalfa

PREPARATION : Put your soup or salad in a blender, put about 1 tablespoon of dulse (if dulse is granulated use one teaspoon) and add about 1/4 to 1/3 blender full Rejuvelac (it may be necessary to later use more if the blender has problems handling the ingredients). Put in all of the ingredients that are tough and hardest to break down such as the sprouted mung, peas and lentils, sweet potatoes and carrots (if you should use sweet potatoes or carrots). Blend

Next, add lots of greens. The most important greens to use are the greens from your indoor garden such as sunflower greens and buckwheat lettuce. Other greens such as cilantro, watercress, parsley, celery (parsley and celery greens should be blended with the tougher ingredients because they take longer to break down) and carrot greens can be used. Any healthy organic greens can be used. Kale greens can be bitter tasting. Some people prefer milder tasting greens so use your own judgment to suit your needs. Fill the blender as full as possible and blend the greens lightly. Turn the blender off and allow the contents to "settle down". Keep adding greens and blending them lightly until there is about 1 1/2 inch of space left at the top of the blender. For taste, add one or two peeled/cored apples or some papaya. In Puerto Rico, we use papaya and in Boston we use apples or watermelon rind when in season. The last thing that goes into the soup is 1/2 or 1 whole avocado to thicken it. Blend the entire soup. If avocado is not used, then almond cream or soaked sunflower seeds can be used.

Most of all, Enjoy!

Clean your hands en gif the food some love... :wub:
:angel :yinyang: "om lokah samastah sukhino bhavantu":yinyang: :angel



"We are what we think.
All that we are arises with our thoughts.
:yes: With our thoughts, we make the world.":yes:
#7
| Member
Karma Queen and I are just travelling buddies and best friends! :)
#8
| yogi member
thats sweet though... :naughty:
:angel :yinyang: "om lokah samastah sukhino bhavantu":yinyang: :angel



"We are what we think.
All that we are arises with our thoughts.
:yes: With our thoughts, we make the world.":yes:
#9
| Off on 6th October
What one earth has energy soup got to do with india? Don't preachy now shimsilã. ;)
"Fare thee well, Baxter. You shall always be friend of the bears."
#10
| yogi member
cool: it has nothing to do with india, its just an example of raw food for the people who dont know what it is.

make it, its delicious.... :Martini :yes:
:angel :yinyang: "om lokah samastah sukhino bhavantu":yinyang: :angel



"We are what we think.
All that we are arises with our thoughts.
:yes: With our thoughts, we make the world.":yes:
#11
| Maha Guru Member
In a country where hepatitis is endemic, and many crops are still fertilized with night soil, eating raw vegetables is asking for trouble.
The map is not the territory. --Alfred Korzybski
#12
| Member
Here's somewhere in Pondicherry: http://energyhome.tripod.com/
#13
| Retired Admin
Thanks Stephen for the link.

For Users to note that site may create a virus alert on your system, though Stephen has no control over that, but to warn others that there is some bad coding in the webpage which may trigger any virus detector.
#14
| Member
Personally, I'm much more interested in the hundreds- and thousands-year old culinary traditions of India itself rather than these newer, foreign trends. Avocado seaweed milkshake? *Sniff.* [noway]

What are the Indian ways of eating raw foods? Kachumbar, garnishes, chaats, fruits, chutneys. Does achaar count? That's not much in the scheme of things. Can anybody think of any others? There's lots of quickly cooked dishes, of course, and regions definitely approach the doneness of vegetables differently I think.
#15
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Originally posted by: shimshaiif you eat raw food like totaly for 100% raw food
im talking about salads, soups, shakes, smooties, falaffel and many things more



Since when is falafel raw food?

Unwise idea in India unless you can make sure the food has been washed a couple of times in cooked or otherwise clean water I guess. Moronic to advocate on a platform like this.

(Falafel by the way are deep-fried chickpea balls.)
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