Tuesday, 4 August 2009

Eventfully Raw in New York... ;)

Well, well, well...what an eventful last few days we've had here in the New York area...aside from doing three talks in NY and CT, having our car towed during one of those talks and with–held from us due to a very bizarre license plate situation, seeing our host being arrested on the street for an equally bizarre car situation, having two more colonics in a series that is taking us deeeep into cleansing and now coming fresh atcha from David Wolfe's chocolate birthday party this evening in NYC, it's been a bit of a roller–coaster ride ;) lol...all being well, by the time you read this, we'll have our vehicle back and we'll be on the road again...all prayers, love and yummy vibes in that direction gratefully received ;)

on August the 1st I loved:

1 quart water (with Marine Phytoplankton & camu powder)
handful of cherries, 2 tbsp bee pollen
bottle of greeeeeeeen juice and bottle of 'royal flush' juice from Liquiteria – fit for a Monarch ;)
yummy fruit salad concoction of fresh peaches, blueberries and DARK cherries with a little almond butter – wow :)
3 cups water
a sesame seed ball and mesquite ball from Bonobo's
1 quart water

on August the 2nd I had:

1 quart water
2 cups goji juice with Marine Phytoplankton
one greeeeeen juice and one 'royal flush' juice from Liquiteria – YUMMMMMMMMMMMM
fruit medley of fresh figs, cherries and a peach, with almond butter and a mesquite ball from Bonobo's
1 quart water
3 cups young coconut water
3 cups water

Dr. Wolfe's birthday party this evening was of course big fun :) Big yumminess out to Gabrielle Brick for organising the festivities and to the birthday boy himself for the inspiring little talk and 'slide' show of some of his latest gardening explorations – LOVE it :)
One of the most exciting discoveries of the night for me was a new (mostly) raw NYC restaurant, right there in the yoga studio where the party was held – beautiful :) They're called SproutCraft.com and they have some wonderful stuff going on: fresh coconut kefir, sprouted pizzas, chili , tacos and coconut pie that looked outrageously good to me ;)
They focus on local, seasonal foods, teach live food classes and compost all their scraps by bicycle to local community gardens (wow – if this is going on in the middle of NYC, this is surely indication that this can be done anywhere... ;)
They do a charming–looking 'fixed price dinner' every Friday and Saturday, with a full multi–course live meal on offer – enjoy :)

on August the 3rd I enjoyed:

1 quart water
juice of 1.5 oranges
2 cups goji juice with Marine Phytoplankton
meal of fresh figs and peaches with almond butter and a mesquite ball from Bonobo's
1 quart water
30 chlorella nuts, 1 tbsp bee pollen
1 quart water

on August the 4th I had:

1 quart water
2 cups goji water with Marine Phytoplankton
handful of strawberries with a little handful of dried lucuma slices – yum ;)
2 cups greeeeeen juice
meal at rawstarcafe.com – amazing curried plantains and coconut bread with avo medley, followed by a shared slice of fruit pie with Jeff the Rawtographer ;)
1 quart water
1 quart juices at Liquiteria – greeeeens and Royal Flush
little pot of pineapple chunks
2 cups water
shot of coconut kefir – pheeeeeeeeeeew ;O
2 cups water

I would be delighted today to leave you with another little quote that landed in my inbox recently via. Mr. Brian Johnson over at PhilosophersNotes.com – enjoy ;)

"I like to say that a bad day for the ego is a good day for the soul. When we look back on some of our most challenging experiences, we admit that we wouldn’t trade what we gained from them for remaining the same as we were. Something within acknowledges that during those times when we are pressed against the ropes of life, we learn to become more generous, to forgive, to never give up on ourselves or others. We learn to regenerate, to rejuvenate, to surrender.” ~ Michael Bernard Beckwith from Spiritual Liberation

I trust you're appreciating the flow today – wherever it is taking you ;)

All love,
Angela. xxx

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