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Greetings everyone. I hope you’re enjoying the end of your summer. I have been traveling about these past few months, but unfortunately I haven’t been doing much teaching. It’s quite draining not to teach when you’re a teacher. I have been spending most of my time on a contract writing project. Yeah, this is bigger than a self-published memoir recipe book. It’s a paid project… at least in theory. The publisher has yet to deliver a check even though I have over half of the book complete. This paid writing gig is for The Complete Idiot’s Guide… not to be confused with the “Dummies”. You can tell the difference between Idiot’s and Dummies because Idiot’s books are orange and blue while Dummies books are yellow and black. If only you could distinguish idiots and dummies that easy in the rest of your life. The official book title is The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Raw Food Detox. I have to give thanks to Kelly Jad’on of Basil and Spice and Mark Reinfeld, coauthor of Complete Idiot’s Guide to Eating Raw… and Facebook as well. This triangle of thanks is partially responsible for me getting me this writing gig.

So the writing project has taken up most of my time these days. I have still been able to squeeze in some traveling and raw food mischief like potlucks and visits to The Present Moment Cafe. Next week the mischief continues at Raw Spirit Festival and then in San Diego where I’ll be doing a demo and teaching a class. After San Diego events and projects are a bit scattered at the moment. I’m planning on moving out of the lovely Atlantic Beach guest house I have been living in for close to 2 years. Wow, time flies when you’re living in the Barbie Beach House. I’ve been told I’m crazy for leaving what I like to refer to as my “Magnum P.I.” set up complete with ocean front guest house, Ferrari and drooling guard cat. But you’ve got to make room for expansion and personal growth and that’s what has to happen. Where will my new home be? Will I remain in Jacksonville? I plan on it, but nothing is solid at the moment. And like a good friend likes to say when I talk of “plans,” he says “making plans” is the best way to make God laugh.

WholeFoods Meetup
Present Moment Cafe

Enough about making plans, let’s make some raw food. Here’s a fun video that shows you how simple it is to make a collard wrap. Enjoy and Keep it Live!