Jan 20, 2011 · 6:15 PM
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One of the questions and worries I’ve heard from people who feel so wonderful after embarking on a raw diet is what to do when traveling. Also, people who lead busy lives sometimes find it challenging to stay raw. So Heather Haxo Phillips will be offering her raw on the go class at a discount price for the meetup. She will be giving us the tools and recipes we need to stay raw while on the go around the Bay Area and when traveling.
Specific topics covered in this class include:
- Delicious, easy to pack snack foods you can prepare and buy ahead of time
- The travel-friendly equipment and gadgets you might want to make eating raw easier on the go
- Less perishable staples you can bring in your carry-on
- Trouble shooting scenarios you might encounter while away and abroad
- Ideas for stores, restaurants and shops where you can get your raw food fix
Cost of meetup: $5 - We'll start it at 6:15 p.m. so people can enjoy Raw Daddy's cones and mingle.
and Heather's talk will be from 7-8 p.m.
Raw Daddy's raw cones are a real treat as so many of you know- I can't wait until the new people get to try them. Last year he won best of vegetarian restaurants- in Bay Area (SF GATE) and his cones are all raw!
Check out the cones he will be serving here
Raw Daddy sells his cones for $5 a piece. He may also have some drinks- I'll update you as we get closer.
You can find him also at the Temescal Farmer's market Sundays 9:00am to 1:00pm (if it's not raining- he'll be there tomorrow)
Here are further instructions about finding the space. 2141 Broadway has an entrance with blue mosaic tiles around it. Go directly up the stairs and turn left into the room. (There is an elevator available from a different entrance on 22nd St. if anybody needs assistance). The location is just a block from BART....exit BART at 19th Street Station. That puts you right near the Paramount Theater and walk a block and a half up from there.
ONE MORE THING- It is advisable for all meetup events to go back to the site at least the day of the event to check to see if any changes have been made. This happens from time to time. I e-mail everyone but in case you miss something, I suggest you take a last look. (very rarely will any changes be made that last day)