The chill is upon us in Michigan. The tomato and pepper plants are showing signs of frost damage so it’s time harvest everything off the vines. I finally got around to harvesting my sweet potatoes. Not too shabby for a first attempt. They’re a pretty low maintenance crop which I plan on doing again next year. It would be ideal to grow kale and onions in massive amounts next year so I can turn out kale chips and g’dunions for the markets.
The past few weeks have a been a whirlwind of events. There were book signings, demos, lectures, Gabriel Cousens, Will Tuttle, Art Prize, TV appearances and a raw yoga retreat. Pictures, videos and links are all below.
There is one last event on the Camp Rawnora schedule and that’s another Raw Food Yoga Camp from Oct. 14-16th. Don’t fret about the cold weather, last time we had warm butternut squash soup, pizza and hot apple pie.
With things winding down here at Camp Rawnora in Michigan, it’s time for me to head back down south to Jacksonville, Florida. I’ll be there just in time for the 2nd annual Northeast Florida Vegetarian Festival. I’ll once again be doing a food demo. I’ll also have books and goodies available for purchase. What will the rest of fall and winter hold for me? Who knows at this point. Any suggestions out there? Have Vita-mix, will travel.
Enjoy this Chia In a Jar recipe featured in my book The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Raw Food Detox: