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RE: [rawfood-196] I'd like to open a Raw Cafe, thoughts?

From: user 7.
Sent on: Saturday, June 5, 2010 7:49 AM
great idea
don't like the Sewickley location
would never go there
and I am guessing nor would most
best to be in east end of city or there a bouts
mostly we really need a organic greens smoothie, juice bar, tonic bar....see
ewewhon in LA for ideas
must be all organic all the time... and local foods when possible is key
would coordinate with local farmers and someone with a green house
to supply food thru the winter months...

I have had several veg restaurants here...and its time for a really great
upscale i.e. beautiful raw one now!!
needs to be super clean, super conscious, and all organic....

good luck

Hello Raw Foods group!

I'm really glad I found this group, I'm just starting out on
the raw foods lifestyle with a couple of my friends, and I
think it will help to have people with more experience in the
area to meet up with.  I feel that this is the healthiest way
to eat, and science should have been leading the food industry
to this all along, not with the food substitutes, chemicals,
and non-foods that are on most of the shelves in stores.  I'm
seriously considering opening an eatery in the area, and I
wanted your opinion.  I want to focus on three aspects: gluten
free baked goods, vegan cooked foods, and raw vegan foods.
I may toss out the vegan cooked foods, I was just trying to include
a friend in the idea who loves to cook, but I'm leaning towards
that element not really fitting.  I do want to at least distribute gluten
free baked goods, if not create then there, because that's how I
started my journey, and I feel there is a lack of gf resources in the
area.  I was thinking Sewickley, but am open to
other ideas.  What do you think?
~Heather L. Makar

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Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote.
Ignore your health and it will go away.
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