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Sally Rees

Founder of Natural Nosh

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If you're curious about the steps to take to eat more raw foods, you're in the right place.

You’ve heard about eating more raw food but you’re not really sure what that means let alone how to make food without cooking it. Maybe you’re thinking that it’s expensive; and you’ll have to buy more equipment; spend more time in the kitchen preparing food for you, while the rest of the family want their usual food. Even though all these things are running through your head right now, please listen to your heart – it’s obviously givng you a message for a reason. Maybe it’s time to explore this thing.

Because I believe that raw foods can transform us on a physical, emotional and spiritual level, I help people of all ages to supercharge their health, improve their ailments and regain their zest for life through workshops and coaching in natural nutrition.

Well, you’re in the right place. I teach people about all these things you’re thinking about. I have 3 different workshops depending where you want to start. They’re all listed under Workshops so go and have a look. In the meantime you might want to check out my monthly newsletter where you’ll see some recipes, tips about a range of subjects related to health and lots more interesting bits and pieces. And may I thank you for letting me be part of your world.

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Testimonials

"I loved Sally's style - she is easy to learn from."

"If you would like to learn how to make fermented foods, then this is the class. Very informative and you can take home the recipes and the cultures."

"Loved the class! I'm inspired to go and experiment with raw food at home. Will be back for another class"

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Beetroot Bliss Balls

  • ½ cup finely shredded coconut
  • ½ cup sprouted, dehydrated buckwheat
  • 1 medium beetroot (peeled, chopped)
  • 1 cup dates (soaked)
  • seeds of ½ vanilla bean

Instructions

  1. Place coconut, buckwheat into a food processor fitted with the S blade and process into a fine flour.
  2. Add beetroot, dates, vanilla and process until well combined.
  3. Wet your hands a little bit and roll spoonful of the dough into little balls.
  4. Roll with topping of your choice, I used ¼ cup finely shredded coconut.
  5. Place them on a sheet of baking paper. For the best result, let sit them in the fridge overnight to firm.
  6. Transfer to an airtight container and store in the fridge. Enjoy!

‘Go for Greens’ Raw Hummus

Equipment: Blender or Food Processor, Medium Bowl with lid to store

Ingredients:

  • ½ cup organic sprouted chick peas or a 400gm can (also called garbanzo beans)
  • (Sprout in the usual way for 2-3 days)
  • 2 tablespoons lemon juice
  • 1 teaspoon good salt (himalayan pink or celtic sea)
  • 1-3 cloves garlic
  • ½ cup good olive oil
  • 1 teaspoon green powder eg spirulina or wheatgrass or a mixture
  • OR
  • 1 handful fresh salad greens of your choice

Method

Put all the ingredients into a processor and blitz away till you have it the consistency you prefer, smooth or chunky.

You can also add a good handful of washed destalked fresh greens eg kale, spinach, parsley, thyme, cos lettuce, rocket, or some edible weeds of your choice.

If you’re used to eating a lot of greens, add more or if you’re starting out with them put in less and increase as you get used to the taste.

Serve with sunflower crackers or any raw crackers you like.

Gorgeous Green Juice

  • thick slice of pineapple
  • handful of green grapes, with seeds
  • 6 dark green lettuce leaves (cos are ggood)
  • 2 stalks celery
  • 1/2 cucumber
  • 1-2 pears
  • a few spinach leaves
  • 1/2 lemon, peel on

Juice them all and serve in a special glass.

If liked add 3-4 ice cubes and whizz in the blender.

Garnish with radish rounds or a few small celery leaves and a straw

Nutrition:  zinc, calcium and Vitamin K in cucumber and lettuce, betacarotene in spinach, pineapple and grapes give a sweet boost which can help to induce sleep. Lettuce and celery help to relaz the nerves. Celery is great to put in juices every day for the sodium, cucumber is good to flush out toxins and to hydrate the body.

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