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Easy Raw Food

Get my FREE 5 part course.

Learn how to transition your diet.Make easy-to-prepare, deliciously fresh wholefood & raw dishes at home, one step at a time.


Easy Raw Food

what you'll learn in 5 days

  • What are raw, living, plant-based whole foods?
  • Easy ways introduce raw & living, plant-based foods straight away.
  • Find out how raw you should you go
  • Discover lacto-fermented foods
  • Learn about germinating, sprouting & soaking foods
  • What are processed foods and what to avoid?
  • How to clear out your kitchen in preparation.
  • BONUS - 2 days worth of raw recipes for you to try 
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This is a course that show's you what whole plant-based raw and living foods are and how you can introduce them in to your diet one step at a time. 


Enroll in the course "Easy Raw Food" now!

Raw, plant-based whole foods are easy to prepare, delicious and satisfying.

Recipes are quick to make, with no fancy dehydrator so you can get on with your day. 



Frequently Asked Questions

+ Is this course for beginners?

Yes, absolutely. It's designed to give you a good basic understanding of raw and living foods so you can use to start introducing them into your diet straight away.

+ How long will this course take?

This course is delivered over 5 days both via email and online.

+ Do I need wifi?

Yes. Each day for 5 consecutive days you'll receive an email from me and a link to that days lesson plus any bonus content, where applicable.

+ What if I have questions?

Answering any questions you may have is important to me. Just drop me a line via email anytime and I will get back to you as soon as I can.

+ Will there be any recipes?

Yes, on the last day you'll receive an email with a link to download 2 days worth of recipes for you to try if you want to.

+ Are raw and living plant-based foods right for me?

This is a short course where I'll share with you some of what I have learnt about transitioning to more raw and living plant-based foods. If you decide to make changes to your diet then I recommend speaking with your doctor or qualified healthcare provider who will be able to provide you with the right advice for your individual needs.