Category Archives: Food Love

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Warm Winter Fare - Red Lentil Miso Soup

Miso is a Japanese fermented paste made from soybeans, salt and grain – most commonly rice or barley – and a living culture that is used to initiate the fermentation process. The nutrient-rich soybeans are made more digestible by fermentation. Miso can be used to flavour many different dishes such as gravies, dressings, dips and

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Categories:Food, Food Love, gluten free recipes, Living Foods, Living Light Culinary Institute, Living Light Culinary Institute, Living Light Culinary Institute Blog, Living Light Instructors, Raw Food Chef, Uncategorized

Living Light at the Oregon Eclipse Festival

We attended The Oregon Eclipse Festival this year with 40,000 like-minded souls to witness that extraordinary phenomenon. It was a powerful experience in many ways and we had the opportunity to share the profound health and planetary benefits of a plant-based diet. Omnivores, vegetarians, and vegans gathered at our demonstrations at the Nourishment Lab and

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Categories:Celebrity Raw Food Chefs, Food Love, Fort Bragg CA, Living Light Culinary Institute
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Raw Food Chef Martine Lussier- Our French Canadian "Firecracker"

Martine Lussier

How to describe Martine Lussier? She’s a petite, highly energetic, determined, dedicated advocate of health and fitness. When she sets her mind to do something – she goes for it in a big way. When we first met her at Living Light nearly 10 years ago, she was a new student, seemingly like any other.

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Categories:Associate Chef and Instructor, Food Love, Fort Bragg CA, Living Light Culinary Institute, Living Light International
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Blake Gardner Makes Us Feel Grateful!

Blake Gardner has worked at Living Light for a relatively short time, but we are ever so grateful to have him here on staff as our demo coordinator. He has been a tremendous asset, not just because he is a hard worker and an extremely caring person, but because he's someone very special, who is

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Categories:Cherie Soria Recipes, Culinary Tips, Food Love, gluten free recipes, Living Light Culinary Institute, raw vegan recipes
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Chocolate Raw Food Valentine for Lovers

Chocolate Almond Bark

We’d like to share a raw food recipe designed especially for chocolate lovers this Valentine’s Day. Chocolate Almond Bark is made with raw vegan ingredients just perfect for our favorite love-filled occasion.February is the month to celebrate with hearts, flowers, and romance, and it just happens to be the wedding anniversary of two of our

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Categories:Cherie Soria, Culinary School, Food Love, Gourmet Chef, Gourmet Raw Food Chef, Living Light Culinary Institute, Living Light International, Raw Food Chef, Recipe Development, Uncategorized
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Food Love – Gourmet Style by T.L. Epperson

Check out some of the fabulous raw vegan dishes from Living Light’s recent Gourmet Chef students. [slideshow]

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Food Love by T.L. Epperson

Check out some of the tasty appetizers from  Living Light’s current Associate Chef and Instructor students.  All beautifully styled by Cristina Archila. Avocado Carpaccio with Sesame Lemon Dressing Fresh Zucchini Roll with Creamy Cashew Sauce Zucchini Cups with Creamy Rosemary Sauce

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Next Day and the Students Rawk by solla

Wednesday April 6. The day started with Living Light Chef Jennifer Cornbleet and her talk about marketing your classes and building  your client base.  I took the class in 2005 and thought it was good then. But 6 years later I realized how brilliant this talk is. This is absolutely wonderful and important information she

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