Sunday Bflo. Potluck and more ...

From: Donna
Sent on: Tuesday, November 12, 2013 10:01 PM



Buffalo Monthly Live Food Potluck

and a Movie

  • Timon Towers Community Room

    1015 Delaware Ave., Buffalo 14209, NY (edit map)

    Corner of Delaware and W. Utica, the door is on W. Utica. Street parking or we have permission to use the Saturn Club parking lot, right across the street from the W. Utica side!
  • Each month we'll have a different lively presentation, food demo, or educational talk about our health and well being.
    This event is open to anyone who wishes to come.
    Required:
    A vegan, live food dish (per person) to share, enough for 6-8 servings.

  • Try to bring your own plate, fork, spoon and cup, or we'll have some to use.
Also this Sat. is a Live Food Jamboree at Aaron's house ...
See http://www.meetup.com/BeLive/

About the Movie, May I Be Frank -- 
mayibefrankmovie.com
Frank Ferrante is 54, weighs 290lbs., had a lifetime of drug
& alcohol abuse and as a result contracted Hepatitis-C. He's
 on multiple medications including anti-depressants,
undergoing chemo and drinks 10 espressos a day to stay
awake. One day Frank stumbles into Cafe Gratitude, a Raw
food café in San Francisco, and meets Ryland, the café's
 manager. Ryland asks Frank, what is one thing you'd like to
 do before you die? Frank answers 'I want to fall in love one
 more time, but with a body like this, no one will love me,
 because i don't love myself.' Watch as Ryland, his brother
Cary and best friend Conor, help Frank take on his weight,
 health, relationships and loving himself in just 42 days.
An inspiring and incredible true story.

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And from Eveline Hartz --







GREEN CUISINE
Green Cuisine is held the 4th monday of the month at 7 p.m. @
Epiphany UCC
9365 Clarence Center Rd
Clarence Center, NY 14032
Hi Everyone,

First I would like to share a link with you:  http://www.builtlean.com/2013/05/07/healthy-juice-pulp-crackers/
as the link suggests it is a recipe for pulp crackers. There are plenty more recipes to be found simply by google search juice pulp recipes. The recipe calls for:
  • 3C pulp vegetable/fruit pulp from juicer
  • ¼C chia seeds
  • ½C chickpea flour
  • 1C water
mix ingredients in a food processor until smooth.
Spread on a cookie sheet as thinly as possible. bake at 350* for 40-45 min until crispy or dehydrate instead

GMO Awareness and Labeling Initiative
This is proving to be an exciting month! Label it WNY is up and running with a facebook page, newsletter, & appointments to visit local representatives. Our next meeting will be early December - the exact date to be announced shortly. We can use everyone's help ranging from speaking with representatives, to articles, graphics, artwork, distributing flyers or just general support. We are also looking for places to give workshops or presentations. If you are interested, drop me line & let me know how you can help or just ask to be placed on the mailing list. 
We are especially in need of people to speak with:
1) Shawn Ryan - November 18 @ 10:30
(Donna Truman & Eveline Hartz are signed up - we need one more person in his district.)
 
2) Ray Walter - November 22 @ 9:30
(Nicole Rassman & Licia Warren are signed  up - one more person in his district is needed.)
 
3) Jane Corwin - December 4 @ 10:30
(Nicole & Eveline are signed up - one more person needed.)
 
4) Michael Razenhofer - December 4 @ 11:30
No-one signed up yet - three people needed


UPCOMING: GREEN CUISINE 

Monday, November 25th @ 7 P.M.:  Making
 APPLE PIE!

This is not just any apple pie but a scrumptious raw (!) apple pie just in time for Thanksgiving. We will make it in the kitchen, followed by sampling the result. Recipes will be available for you to take home for the holiday.
******
Monday, December 16th (Please note the date!)  @7 P.M.
 HEALING YOUR GUT 
With Klara Carson, ND Naturopathic Physician.
 
Klara Carson, ND Dr. Klara Carson graduated summa cum laude with a Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine and a Masters of Science in Human Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport, in Bridgeport Connecticut. She holds a license to practice medicine as a Naturopathic Physician in the State of Vermont.  Dr. Carson grew up in Clarence, New York and earned a Bachelor's of Science in Environmental Forestry and Biology from SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry at Syracuse University. It was there she developed an interest in ethnobotany and botanical medicine, and worked in pharmacy until she decided to pursue a naturopathic medical career. 

          After graduation, Dr. Carson held a residency under Dr. Mary Claire Wise, MD who is Board Certified in Holistic Medicine.  During this residency, Dr. Carson was able to hone her clinical skills under an experienced practitioner while putting to use the cutting-edge knowledge and most current research in functional and naturopathic medicine from her specialized educational experience.

          Dr. Carson is very excited to be back in the Western New York area. She enjoys making health a way of life, and is looking forward to helping others find their own path to health and complete wellness. She has a strong love of nature and music, and enjoys hiking, kayaking, fishing, and other outdoor pursuits with her husband, Ben.  
 
For more information on Dr. Carson's practice her web page is:  http://www.drklaracarson.com/index.html
 
 
Also upcoming:
 

 

Tue, November 19, 7:00pm - 8:30pm 

Food For Thought Nutrition Series - 
Know Your Numbers

 At the East Aurora Co-op Mini-Market 618 Main St. E. Aurora

 
Join this discussion on ways of improving your cholesterol, blood sugar readings and overall health through lifestyle management. Also included, tips on how to maintain healthy eating during the holidays. Presented by nurse practitioner and diabetes educator Betsey Dechert-Boss MS, RN, CFNP, CDE This class is free and open to the public. RSVP appreciated to: [address removed] 
(from Marie - Healthy Living Group)   
  
Sunday, November 24th at 5:30 PM 
VEGAN THANKSGIVING
Unitarian Universalist Church of Amherst
6320 Main Street, Williamsville 
$5 Adults, $2 Children (10 and under) and Seniors 
 
Please bring a cold or hot VEGAN dish per person to pass (each dish should feed 6 to 8 people)!. RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED.  RSVP at  VEGAN THANKSGIVING by 11/21/13. This Thanksgiving Dinner is VEGAN. Please NO animal meat (fish, fowl or other), NO dairy or eggs and NO Jell-o or marshmallows which contain gelatin and casein (animal meat and dairy products).

  

Need help with recipe ideas or substitutions? 
 
 
 
Peace & joy,
Eveline

Eveline Hartz Holistic Health Counseling
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