|Sent on:||Sunday, March 24, 2013 9:03 AM|
I need one more volunteer for today's event. If you'd like to attend help set up clean up etc, and come for free e-mail me at [address removed]
Also wanted to give one more notice about the delicious cone that will be at this meetup only!
Remember the good old days when you didn't care about what you put in your mouth?
BBQ comes to mind. Pulled Pork Sandwiches with a Tangy tart South Carolina Cole Slaw comes to mind.
We'll that's what The Krazy Kracker Lady and RawDaddy have done! With her kracker and his fillings
they've created that "messy shut up, And leave me alone, I'm eating!" type of cone that will be quite
They have teamed up to create this cone for this meetup and our meetup alone!
So please do come out and try one!
RSVP now for this meetup HERE
For those who want to know more here are the details!
he Krazy Kracker Lady is coming back! Sunday March 24, 2013
1970 Chestnut St. Berkeley!
This time to teach us how to make her scrumptious tamale pie! And what's more, this satisfying dish is made with her famous BBQ chips and onion rings, which she will demo and have there to sample as well. When I tried her BBQ chips and onion rings- I couldn’t believe how great they tasted!
This way you can keep the great energy you feel eating quality raw food ingredients while satisfying your cravings for junk food and carbs. I can't wait to try the pie as well. The other ingredients will be a surprise!
Be one of the first 20 people who RSVP to this class and get 2 free unpublished recipes!
The Krazy Kracker Lady will also be raffling off 2 books at the meetup!
The cost of the class is $23 which includes the venue fee. As usual, the venue fee is waived for those who have purchased meetup memberships. So the cost for them is $18. Email me [address removed] if you're interested in purchasing a meetup membership. and see About meetup memberships below* (we have new thank you gifts available to in a wider assortment of raw food permacharts)
To reserve your spot RSVP HERE!
PLUS as another treat RAW DADDY will there!
Raw Daddy's cones are earning much fame around this area so if you haven't tried them you are in for a treat!
They come in savory and sweet and we will give you the cones he will bring as we get closer- but for now he's more than likely to bring Thai, forest mushroom and polenta. Cones are $5 a piece and he will most likely bring Haystacks- the best raw chocolate dessert ever for $3 a piece.
Check out his website to learn about these treats HERE
*About Meetup Memberships
If you would like to purchase a membership, you will be able to waive these venue fees (ranging from[masked] per meetup) for an entire year. Go ahead and pay the lower price and then give me cash or check at the meetup. As a thank you gift you will receive a Hippocrates laminated folder on some aspect of the raw food lifestyle worth $8.95. People find them very useful. I have ordered more of them and now have ones on food combining, superfoods, rawfood pantry, detoxification or cleansing, dehydration, juicing, raw food lifestyle, wheatgrass juice and green drinks (there are new ones dips dressings and sauces and home remedies). email me [address removed] if you're interested in purchasing a meetup membership.
Here’s a link to see what you will be getting and to make your choice on which one you might want. Access the charts HERE.
About Abeba the Krazy Kracker Lady
See past reviews of Abeba’s class here
Abeba made a great video of our pot luck in Berkeley on World Raw Food Day! It was quite a turn out- See it HERE
For more about Abeba Wright:
Abeba is a certified raw food chef, teacher, and motivational speaker. Her teaching methods are fun, humorous, and filled with wisdom. Leola Brooks, director of the Ann Wigmore Institute, was so impressed with Abeba’s teaching skills that she was invited to give as a teacher and receive as a student at the Ann Wigmore institute.
One of her most treasured achievements has been writing her international best-selling book, Absolutely Abeba’s Krazy Krackers: Learning the Secret to a Good Kracker. It has become a staple in both the raw and cooked food communities. She contributed eight of her most requested recipes to the best selling book The Complete Book of Raw Food, which features over 50 raw food chefs from around the world. She was featured in the Bay Area’s Oakland Magazine discussing the raw food lifestyle and, of course, her Krazy Krackers