Raw foods are usually very healthy. Numerous diets center on a large portion of, or 100%, raw foods. I believe raw foods are an excellent part of a balanced diet, but there’s a number of things that aren’t ideal about relying heavily on raw foods.
The holidays are a time that many people use for reading and planning what they’re going to read in the new year. So I thought I would share some of the books with you that are favorites on my bookshelf and some recommended by guests on our Food Leaders Webinar Series.
Some answers from our study of minerals in culinary school. Read full article on Culinary Reformation
Exam answers from some of our work on water and enzymes at the Nutrition Therapy Institute’s Natural Foods Chef program. Read full article on Culinary Reformation
Since I’m blogging through culinary school at the Nutrition Therapy Institute, perhaps some of my readers will also be interested in attending a culinary school someday. Another writer contacted me about sharing some information regarding culinary training and her online reference of culinary schools. Her guest post is below, and I hope you find some […]
Photos from our midday point of culinary school, week eight. Forgive the lack of long posts in the last week. I’m on a break and want to get back to longer posts. What would you like to hear about? Comment on this post and let me know! ~Renee Read full article on Culinary Reformation
Agar agar flakes, an easy alternative to making a health-promoting version of very-unhealthful Jello. Read full article on Culinary Reformation
A few photos and notes from our sixth week of culinary school: juicing, farm tours, Boulder, baking, and more. Read full article on Culinary Reformation
Photos of cooking from week 5 of culinary school: black bean enchiladas, sushi, Vietnamese vegetable wraps, cooks in khaki aprons, and counters spread with dishes. Read full article on Culinary Reformation
Photos of some of the recent meals we have made in our culinary classes. Read full article on Culinary Reformation