Sunday

Raw Vegan Restaurant - 44 Stanley Avenue

Raw makes incredible Raw Vegan food! It can be expensive, as the portions are reasonably small for a hungry Vegan like me... But go see and taste for yourself! Everything I've tried there was fresh and scrumptious!








6 comments:

  1. Chad4.6.12

    I had RAW cater for my birthday dinner and they were great. They make a cashew cheese which was insanely good.

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  2. They're like totes awesome :) I haven't been there in long! Definitely going to go soon! Their Cashew Nut Cheese is awesome... It's pretty easy to make - look up Tal Ronnen! Legendary!

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  3. Chad5.6.12

    Just bought his book off Kalahari! I've made my own almond milk before (amaze-ball) but I can't wait to try this. I see a lot of the recipes ask for probiotic capsules. Where do you get that?

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    1. Awesome! It's one of my favourites!

      I haven't made my own Almond Milk yet - I've been too lazy, but I will do it soon!

      Try health shops for Vegan pro-biotic tablets. They have to say that they are vegetarian and vegan friendly, otherwise they may be A. grown on Blood
      Agar, or B. they may be in gelatine capsules. They're great, and they last for ages! I haven't tried to make cheese with them yet - also on my list of things to try!

      Where do you live? I may be able to recommend a health shop.

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  4. Chad5.6.12

    I'm in Randburg. What else do you use the pro-biotic tablets for? (newly vegan :))

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    1. Then the closest I can think of for you is either Sandton City - by the food court on the Levi's side there is a health shop with lots of meat alternative products and vegan stuff. They can be pretty expensive, like all health shops tend to be. That Checkers also usually stocks Vegan Cheese. Your other alternative is Fresh Earth in Emmarentia - i'm sure they'll have vegan probiotics.

      Probiotics are generally taken to replace the biotics in your digestive system that are good and aid digestion. It is incredibly helpful when taking anti-biotics, as it helps one stay regular and healthy. You can also use probiotics to make Yoghurt or Fermented Soy products, but I haven't personally tried any of this so I can't really advise much. Best would be to search on blogs for probiotic use in Vegan food if you're still curious! The probiotics will - as far as I know - make whatever it is you add it to ferment in a good, edible and hopefully delicious way!

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