Nick and I have always been "healthy" eaters. We don't do fast food, processed or frozen. Honestly, we've seen too many food documentaries. Until recently though we've been actually eating healthy. A fridge filled with food- raw food. Ya know, like the way food should be eaten- not a ton of ingredients, no chemicals, and local when possible. It's been really fun learning about vegetables we didn't eat in the past and making them into something delicious each night. It's been this fun little project- What fun thing are we going to eat tonight? Kale? Great! What do we do with it? Then, with a little help from the internet we've got something insanely delicious and, best part, nutrient packed. Minus the san pellegrino (a little guilty pleasure of mine) it really has been fun exploring new foods together. So far this week we've done kale, brussel sprouts, sweet potato, salmon, a ton of raw veggies and a little bit of pasta. My cousin suggested guacamole, lightly salted, heavily limed, mixed with raw chopped kale- YUM! We are dying to try it! What are some of your favorite ways to prepare raw foods? We'd love suggestions!