Classes Articles by Alexi Bracey

By: Stoveless Cuisine  09-12-2011
Keywords: Raw Food

Raw Food Chef Alexi Bracey

November 28, 2011,6-9:30 PM, Location TBD

The blending enzyme rich raw foods with Asian cuisine…a marriage made in heaven! The 5 taste buds unite: sweet, sour, salty, spicy and bitter with emphasis on freshness, colour, texture and flavours. Fresh herbs, aromatic seasonings and spices as basil, cilantro, lemongrass, black sesame seeds and star anise.
Demonstrations include Spring Rolls with Mango Sauce, Mixed Vegetable Nori Rolls with Dipping Sauce, Glass Noodles with Marinated Vegetables, Cucumber Kimchi, Rainbow Salad with Tahini Dressing and Rice Pudding with Coconut Milk and Banana.
Recipes will be provided.

Alexi Bracey, a Raw Food Chef and Health Educator overcame her life threatening health challenge by switching over to a Raw Food Life Style 10 years ago. Her man focus today, is education and detoxification through food, home environment and water. For more information, please visit; 416-899-2774

Keywords: Raw Food

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Quiz Articles by Alexi Bracey

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Food Poisonings Articles by Alexi Bracey

If you’ve eaten fish regularly, had amalgam fillings, received vaccinations, drank contaminated water, or done industrial or agricultural work or pharmaceutical manufacturing, there’s a good chance that you have a fair amount of toxic metals in your system.