Raw foods are made from organic wholefoods, and are always kept below the temperature at which most enzymes are lost (approximately 40 – 46°C). Enthusiasts believe this is food as nature intended it, because at higher temperatures essential nutrients such as vitamins, minerals and proteins degrade or become destroyed.
Raw doesn’t mean boring; Maz will show you how to make blueberry lemon cheesecake, mango sorbet, chocolate truffles and pasta Alfredo.
You’ll eat tasty food, cultivate health and vitality, and learn about one of today’s biggest foodie trends.
Theory: Why people choose raw foods, and an introduction to superfoods.
Practice: Integrating raw foods into even the busiest lifestyle, pantry and kitchen essentials, how to prepare delicious raw dishes, and tasting.
Maz 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 cafés 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.
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