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Frequently Asked Questions
Answer: Given that you eat them in a common moderation, then YES! And with "common moderation" l don't mean that you have to be rigid. Good quality fats (like cacao butter and coconut oil) is frequently used in my desserts and will help you lose fat, as fat dissolves fat. Raw dessert recipes don't call for white, refined sugar, refined flour, trans fats, additives or empty calories that otherwise often tend to clog our bodies and find their way to our waist, bum and thighs.
Answer: It depends on what you have in it. The more fresh fruits, the shorter the lifespan. Let’s say you make a cake of cacao powder, cacao butter and nuts, it will keep for up to two weeks in an airtight container, thanks to the natural preserving enzymes in the cacao powder and butter. If you make a cheesecake based on bananas it will keep maybe a week in the fridge.
Answer: Raw food are fresh greens, fruits, berries, nuts, seeds, algae, herbs and mushrooms. Raw food is never heated over 105 F.
Super food is raw food with exceptionally high nutritional value that affects you both physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. They are often regarded as a remedy for disease where they grow. Examples of super foods are cacao, goji berries, spirulina, maca, coconut oil.
Answer: Raw baking is not like conventional baking where every ingredient has to be exact. Raw baking is truly liberating, setting your creative forces free. Say you put too much of an ingredient into your food processor, you can easily save it by adding extra of the other ingredients. I recommend you start off with simple recipes until you get the hang of it and then experiment your way in the kitchen. If you do want the exact dosage, considering a nutritional point of view, you can click on the ‘Super foods 101’.
- A sweetener (like Agave nectar),
- Power detox nutrition like Chlorella, Spirulina or Barley grass powder (add to your smoothie),
- Energy booster like Chia, MSM or Maca (make chia pudding, drink in juice or add to your smoothies),
- Extra yumminess with Lucuma, Coconut oil and Mesquite (you can make raw chocolate, cakes, cookies etc).
We recommend you try any of our price worthy super food start kits.