Friday, February 07, 2014
How are you mamas? I hope it's been a smooth start to the school term. I'm looking forward to an afternoon at the beach! Here's a little weekend reading for you...
How good do Soulemama's home made crackers look?!
Carrying on from my post about fats & oils if you are hungry for a lot more info on this topic I found this: Fats and Oils for Optimum Health
Have you seen We Don't Eat Animals? It is Ruby Roth's virtual home, Ruby is a vegan and according to her website 'the world's leading author and illustrator of vegetarian and vegan books for children'. Her passion for what she believes in is inspirational.
I'm not convinced about the nut overload popular with the raw food movement but I have to say this raw raspberry cheesecake looks pretty good!
And while we're over at My New Roots, how good does this coconut black rice breakfast pudding look?!
Totally off topic of food for a moment, this week I've been emailing River's Godmother Rachel who lives in the UK and inspires me because of the work she does with The Girls Home in Nicaragua, and a new initiative she has launched with her friend Sascha Havlicek. VIP is the name of their project, Rachel and Sascha are concerned about girls growing up in an appearance obsessed society and perhaps not fulfilling their true potential. The aim of VIP is to encourage girls to love what who they are and to celebrate their own uniqueness. Good plan!
And in other news, on Tuesday 18th of February I'm presenting a blogging for beginners workshop!
If you are keen to start a blog or have just begun and now feel overwhelmed, I'd love to share with you practical tips on setting up and growing your blog. Phone Sorrento Community Centre to book your place: 5984 3360. The workshop runs from 9.30am-2.30pm $60 lunch included. And if you can't make it on the 18th a second workshop is scheduled for Saturday 15th March, 9.30am-2.30pm.
Have a great weekend! See you back here Monday for the next instalment of wholefood step-by-step.