What the Fork is Raw Food?

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What’s it all about?

Raw food is fast becoming a foodie and health sensation, but what the fork is raw food?!

Raw foods are made from organic wholefoods and are prepared in a multitude of creative ways to produce delicious and nutritious dishes. The food is kept below the temperature at which most enzymes are lost (approximately 40 – 46°C) and so raw foods are consumed the way nature intended, without diminishing essential nutrients such as the vitamins, minerals and other proteins that degrade or become destroyed when heated at higher temperatures.

What can you make as a raw food dish? How does a guilt-free blueberry lemon cheesecake, mango sorbet, chocolate truffles and pasta Alfredo sound?

Satisfy your curiosity, cultivate health and vitality and taste what all the fuss is about.

What will we cover?

This class will provide an introduction into how to integrate ridiculously tasty and nutritious raw foods into even the busiest lifestyles. We will cover:

– Why raw foods are so good for you
– Introduction to superfoods
– Pantry and kitchen essentials
– How to easily prepare delicious raw dishes
– Raw food demo and tasting

Who will be teaching?

Maz PugoyMaz is an avid raw food, yoga and Star Wars enthusiast. She is the founder and director of Sadhana Kitchen and author of The Raw Food Adventure: A 14 Day Guide. Maz’s passion for food has always been apparent to her friends and family. It was only natural then, that she would trade in her corporate career for a chance to open one of Sydney’s first cafe’s specialising in living foods and wholefoods. Check out all the amazing dishes coming out of her kitchen at Sadhana Kitchen and get social with her on Facebook and Twitter.