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

From: Beverly Pfab
Sent on: Wednesday, June 9, 2010 12:13 PM
My vote would be for the Wexford/Cranberry area.  Probably the fastest  growing area in Pittsburgh right now.  I know there are tons of people that would love to see more healthy restaurants come to this area.  We are really excited about having a Whole Foods coming to Wexford.  Please consider this area too.  Beverly

From: Laur
Sent: Tuesday, June 08, 2010 9:38 PM
Subject: RE: [rawfood-196] I'd like to open a Raw Cafe, thoughts?

I would come for any of the above! Of course I am partial to the East End, but we are hogging all the great food places over here, so maybe spreading the love to the rest of the city is a tactic to consider.

Lauren





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> Subject: [rawfood-196] I'd like to open a Raw Cafe, thoughts?
> Date: Fri, 4 Jun 2010 21:02:53 -0400
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> 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?
> Thanks!
> ~Heather L. Makar
>
>
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> Ignore your health and it will go away.
> aut viam inveniam aut faciam - I'll either find a way or make one
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