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Mills River, NC
Hometown: Mills River

Member since:

September 17, 2007

How did You learn about The Raw and Livng Lifestyle? 2.How Did You Find Out About Ashevilles Raw Food Community? 3. What are you Looking for in a Raw Food Community? 4.Have some New Rawsome Ideas for Our Community? 5.What's Your Favorite Raw Foods?

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I joined this wonderful group of enlightened people to help promote living/raw food awareness for healing & rejuvenation!

What Kashmyra is saying about this Meetup Group

Don't know what they really thought, but everyone was very friendly!!!! I suggest a raw & mindfullly cooked vegetarian restaurant, so we drawmore crowds to keep the place alive. This way transitional people will be able to decide how much % raw they can have. Most people need to have cooked when they eat out, so the cooked will support the raw. In my prior experience in california, all raw restaurants lasted about 6 months or struggled financially. So it is besst to used the cooked vegetarian to draw people to raw & keep the restaurant thriving.

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