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Graduates Shining their Light in the World - Tina Singleton

"I had found my mission: To use food as a way to bridge our differences and facilitate genuine human connection." Living Light graduate, Tina Singleton, is a multi-talented woman. A fashion industry professional turned international development worker turned farmer, she lived and worked abroad for many years. For 6 years she lived in Afghanistan before returning

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Coming in March 2018 - Raw/Cooked Fusion Class

Building on our time-tested raw food curriculum, we will offer a hands-on, five-day seasonal course with the unique opportunity to explore various raw preparations and cooked techniques with whole foods.  These techniques will inspire you to create plant-based food with high integrity, showcasing exquisite flavors while optimizing nutritional value. In this workshop, you will be learning formula-based

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Living Light Goes to France

Living Light Goes to France In June of this year, Living Light traveled to Europe to spend time in the south of France and support former graduates in their culinary endeavors. For ten incredible days, culinary instructors, administrative staff and friends took in the sights, smells, tastes and sounds of southern France. Home base was

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Dynamic Duo - Brenda Davis and Vesanto Melina

Every day, and in countries around the world, more and more people are turning to a plant-based diet for reasons of personal health, environmental concerns, and to cultivate a compassionate lifestyle. The ‘seeds’ of this plant-based movement started sprouting years ago with visionary leaders that include Brenda Davis, RD and Vesanto Melina MS, RD. They

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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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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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Save on Gifts of Good Health at Living Light

Bamboo Lettuce Knife

Save on Living Light Classes until December 15 It's the time of the year when we are thinking of the best gift in the world to give to those we love. If we would like to help make sure that our loved ones live healthy and fulfilling lives, what could be better than the gift

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