After working in the music entertainment industry for 14 years coordinating volunteer security and site crew operations, Natalie Cottrell switched careers and began working at the Noyo Food Forest Learning Garden as the volunteer coordinator. The availability of farm fresh produce helped Natalie decide to get back into her original passion—creating amazing food. Natalie is
Sam Romano is a 21-year old from Bartlett, IL a small town an hour outside of Chicago. He is a recent graduate of Living Light’s Raw Culinary Arts Associate Chef and Instructor Training™. Sam has been a vegetarian for four years before he discovered the raw food lifestyle. After high school Sam dove into researching nutrition.
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Lucky girl am I to have had the opportunity to take Living Light's Food Styling for Photography class with Cristina Archila. The class is unique because its primary focus is on gourmet raw cuisine. It is the first Living Light class I have taken since graduating the Gourmet Culinary program in 2010. And I feel
Sunday April 17. Now, when I am heading home from the culinary paradise Living Light, I have to share one thing with you. I came here very well updated and I work with a lot of raw people that are always a step ahead with all the new things when it comes to raw material. So coming back to the
So those of you who are regular followers of the Living Light blog may recognize my name. I am Amber West. I’ve done a variety of things here at Living Light. It all started when I moved to Fort Bragg with my partner Alex. I had looked at going to school at Living Light a