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Purely Delicious magazine was created to help people explore the raw food lifestyle in a common-sense and down to earth style. Each issue is packed with raw recipes with photos, articles on diet, nutrition, detox, organic gardening, kids and nutrition, healing and more.

 Contributors include:
- Sheree Clark | RAW 101 – Transitional Foods
- Matt Monarch + Angela Stokes | Q & A
- In My Own Words | Frank Ferrante
– Omid Jaffari | Summer Recipes
- Lisa Testa | Kids Club – Body Foods
– Vitamin Angels | Charity Corner
– Rebecca Carlson | Jason Mraz Interview
– Lisa Testa | Heavy Metals
– Penni Shelton | Russell James Interview
- Matthew Kenney | Coconut Recipes
– Elena Lipson | EcoChic - Water Bottles
– Scott Brown | Fit Tips - Staying Hydrated
– Elissa Quist | Raw Retreats
– Yvelette Stines | Soul Food


Recipes in this issue:
Omid Jafari | Summer Botanical
– Summer Mache, Red Radish and Young Fennel Salad
– Watermelon & Coriander Soup - Sun Blushed Spicy Orange Canapé

Russell James | From 105degrees
– Summer Berry Tart with Créme Anglais
– 
Spicy Butter Lettuce Wrap
– Strawberry and “Goat” Cheese Bruschetta
– Lime Mint Cucumber Cooler 
– Blueberry Buckwheat Coconut Granola Bars

Jason Mraz/Alysse Fischer | Recipes
– Super Salad with Rosemary Garlic Tahini Dressing
– Virgin Pineapple Margarita

Matthew Kenney + 105degrees Recipes
– Black and White Cookie
– Shiitake and Young Spinach Dumplings with Miso Sauce– Green Papaya Salad, Mint, Sesame Cashews, Red Chili and Scallions

Yvelette Stines | Soul Food
– Cheddar Kale Salad
– Amazing Mac & Cheese
– Alive Pumpkin Pie

 

 


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