Raw Food Kitchen

How To : Get started on a raw food diet

In this video from Raw Radiant Health, Natasha explains how to begin a raw food diet. First, you need to decide when you want to start. Clearly define your goals and stick with them. Once you set a starting date, you can prepare your kitchen beforehand. Your fruit should be ri ...more

How To : Get Rid of Lingering Food Smells in Your Kitchen

However much you love cooking fried fish for dinner, there's no need for your kitchen to smell fishy for days afterward. Keep your post-cooking funky kitchen smell to a minimum by boiling cloves in water, simmering lemon peels, oven roasting coffee beans, or leaving bowls of w ...more

How To : Make raw food granola with almond milk

In this video from JenniferCornbleet we learn to make raw food granola with almond milk. Place a nut or seed in a mason jar about halfway. Fill the rest with water. Sit over night. Drain, and you can use right away or store in your refrigerator for up to 3 days. Almond milk is ...more

How To : Begin a raw food diet

Yuri Elkaim, author of "Eating for Energy", explains how to begin a raw food diet. First, understand what you want. If you want to lose weight, be healthy or have more energy, the raw food diet will be great for you. If you take a simple approach to incorporating more fresh fo ...more

How To : Prepare raw food for your dog

Zephyr Clarke-Dolberg guides on how to prepare raw food for dogs in this video tutorial. This diet consists of bones and raw meat. You can use cheap cuts of meat to feed the dog, which includes meats like turkey necks. Nature never intended dogs to eat cooked food, so this raw ...more

How To : Try out the "raw food" diet

Ever heard of the Raw Food Diet? As easy as keeping your food cool, the raw foods diet has helped thousands achieve their weight loss goals without dieting. Health Guru is a site that produces videos which provide medical advice in a number of areas: Pregnancy, Sex Health, an ...more

How To : Get rid of stomach bloating on a raw food diet

In this video from RawRadiantHealth she answers a question about how to avoid bloating on a raw food diet. Vegetables sometimes make people bloated and retain water. This might be that your colon is too clogged up. It's an issue of the condition of your intestines that needs t ...more

How To : Deal with cravings on a raw food diet

In this video we learn how to deal with cravings on a raw food diet. If you are having strong cravings, you can sometimes give into it or stand up to it. To help you avoid this, try to fill the void with something else. Try to relax, hang out with a loved one, or watch a movie ...more

How To : Lose weight quickly with a raw food diet & juicing

The person describes many different foods you can eat and what you can make from all the diet and healthy foods. The viewer can learn how to lose weight and keep it off with an easy diet. This is important because of the increasing number of overweight and obese people in this ...more

How To : Stop overeating on a raw food diet

Just because you are following a healthy raw diet, doesn't mean you are exempt from weight gain. A lot of times when people first transition to a raw lifestyle, they overeat because they are not used to the different types of food. While this is better than say, binging on unh ...more

How To : Feel full on a raw food diet

Natasha gives you some tips on how to feel fuller when eating raw foods. Natasha dispels claims that protein is what makes you feel full after a meal when it's really the fat. Fruits and vegetables are very water rich foods so they go through your body very quickly, therefore, ...more

How To : Make a raw food alternative to nacho chips

Kevingianni shows you how to make some nacho cheese bites for your parties. These are a healthy alternative to nacho platters. Take cashews, peppers, garlic, nutritional yeast and turmeric for color. Mix your ingredients together and refrigerate. Make nacho bites by adding let ...more

How To : Make a low-fat, raw food raspberry vinaigrette

In this installment of The Renegade Health Show, our hosts teach us the recipe for a delicious, low-fat, raw raspberry vinaigrette and sprout salad. The vinaigrette is made entirely of fresh fruits in a blender; there's not even any olive oil or vinegar! For those of you thin ...more

How To : Make a raw food creamy tomato soup

To prepare Creamy Tomato Soup for the raw food enthusiast, you will need the following: a blender, water, sundried tomatoes, freshly squeezed lemon juice, celery, basil, pine nuts, red onions, cayenne pepper, cinnamon, and tomatoes. Dice onions. Chop celery into large chunks. ...more

Food Photography Contest : Raw Raspberry Ganache Fudge Cake

I'm not a big raw food guy, but me and my girlfriend whipped this raw food cake up from Ani Phyo's recipe. It had walnuts, cacao powder, sea salt, Medjool dates, agave syrup, avocado, and most importantly... raspberries. We didn't follow the directions all the way, but what we ...more

How To : Make raw sauerkraut with a food processor

In this tutorial, we learn how to make raw sauerkraut. First, peel away the first two or three layers, then cut it up in different size chunks and place into a juicer. When finished, press down leaves onto the bowl to get the water out completely. now, place baby raisins and p ...more

How To : Our 5 Favorite Olive Oil Food Hacks

Other than salt, there's no ingredient that's as big a kitchen staple as olive oil. And just like salt, there are a million little known uses for it. Don't Miss: 20 Non-Cooking Uses for Olive Oil None of these uses will quite compare with searing a delicious ribeye or constr ...more

How To : Make a raw marinated kale cole slaw

In this episode of Jenna's Healthy Kitchen, Jenna's guest chef Evona Poplawski demonstrates how to prepare a marinated kale cole slaw recipe that is delicious and very nutritious. Evona is a raw (living) food chef who trained at the Living Light Culinary Arts Institute. She's ...more

How To : Use food for special effects film makeup

In this video, we learn how to use food for special effects film makeup. Using familiar ingredients you find in the kitchen, you can make a scene from a movie that looks real! Food can be made to look like really gross things in movies, using the right colors and consistencies ...more

How To : Make raw burritos wrapped in collard greens

In this raw cooking HowTo video BD Freeman, of Mad TV & host of "In the Cuts", is today's special guest on Jenna's Healthy Kitchen. BD joins Jenna Norwood in her kitchen at Veggie Magic to learn how to make a healthy collard burrito. Watch and learn how easy it is to prepare r ...more

How To : Make baked bean & bacon casserole with Paula Deen

Baked beans combine with apples and bacon for a great side or main dish. Follow along as Paula Deen shows you how to make a baked bean and bacon casserole. This cooking how-to video is part of Paula's Home Cooking show hosted by Jamie Deen, Paula Deen. Paula Deen, owner of Lad ...more

How To : Make creme fraiche

A lot of us love sour cream, but in this health conscious world, the added taste might not be worth the extra calories and fat. You can use creme fraiche as a lighter alternative to sour cream or for a variety of other culinary expeditions. This video will show you step by st ...more

How To : The Simple Trick to Rescuing Over-Toasted Food

It's Friday night, you're in the kitchen, and your guests are arriving way sooner than you want them to. The soup is not thickening like it's supposed to, the salad still needs dressing, and the pine nuts for the salad are... wait, what's that smell? Crap, the pine nuts! No, t ...more

News : Inspire Your Kids to Cook with a Safe Mini Knife Set

When you have a parent who cooks—and has you act as sous chef—the kitchen automatically becomes a less intimidating place. In other words, kids who know their way around the kitchen will most likely become adults who cook for themselves, which also means that they'll eat more ...more

How To : 8 Easy Ways to Enjoy Eating Octopus

The octopus is famous for its bulbous head, enormous eyes, and four pairs of long arms. The stuff of legends and nightmares, octopi have been featured in stories, artwork, and meals galore. But how do you eat this distinctive looking, bilaterally symmetrical sea creature? Her ...more

How To : 7 Little-Known Food Hacks Starring Salt

Salt is one of my favorite ingredients, by far, and also one of the most overlooked foods in the kitchen. This is probably due to the fact that it's an essential component of almost any recipe; because salt is a necessity, it's easy to forget how dynamic and versatile it can b ...more

How To : Properly Flambé Without Burning Your Food

Few things in life are as exciting and magical as fire. And setting things on fire while cooking? Well, now you're speaking my language. I'm not talking about grilling, though I do love some outdoor cooking. No, I'm talking about the most badass trick in any cook's arsenal: th ...more

Weird Ingredient Wednesday : How to Train Your Dragonfruit

Even the most unadventurous eaters can usually be coaxed to take a bite of an exotic fruit (except, perhaps, the notoriously stinky durian). After all, fruit is sweet, juicy, and filled with natural sugars. Don't Miss: Bite into Black Sapote, the Chocolate Pudding Fruit So d ...more

Your Freezer : You're Using That Wrong, Too

Last week, I showed you why your refrigerator is one of the best tools in the kitchen when it comes to saving money and preserving food at its tastiest. But did you know your freezer is another underutilized ally in the cooking game? Chances are, you've been using your freeze ...more

News : The Foods Most Likely to Sicken You in the US

Food is both a necessity and a joy. Many people enjoy exploring, cooking, eating, and learning about foods from around the world. But the picture isn't always rosy. A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), highlights the ways and whereabouts of f ...more

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