Karen's Blog

[Special Announcement] Live Training & Workshop with Russell James in April

Once in a blue moon something very special happens in the offline world of raw food that gives people the opportunity to come together, to connect, to learn, to be inspired and to be part of a unique history-making event. That time has come once again – this time in England – and I’m delighted to let you know that it’s happening live in LONDON just three weeks from now, featuring myself and The Raw Chef Russell James. It’s called “How to Make a Living Out of Raw Food” and it’s for you if: You dream of creating your own raw food business, or a business including raw food, but don’t know where to start You are passionate about raw food and think one … Continue reading

Special Announcement: Raw Food Made Simple Home Study Program is BACK!

What can I say? Some programs are just way too fabulous to keep away for long, and Raw Food Made Simple: 8 Simple Steps to a Vibrant New You, is absolutely one of them. This is for you if you’re ready to go raw – or get back into raw – in the most easy, simple and delicious way possible. In short, this program is everything you need to be successful in bringing raw foods into your diet in whatever way and pace works for you. Simply put, do it right, and do it well, and you not only open yourself up to vibrant health, but also the “raw magic” that comes with it and that has the potential to change … Continue reading

The Raw Fooder’s Guide to Indoor Greens Part 1: What and Why

Growing indoor greens is a fun and nutritious way to bring the freshest green plants into your life – especially during the colder months when great quality greens is of utmost importance.

To assist you in your quest for vibrant health – particularly at this time of year – here is a quick introduction to growing your own wheatgrass, sunflower seeds, pea greens, buckwheat greens and more.

What are indoor greens?
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This week’s recipe is a delicious favourite drink of mine and perfect for the festive period! I have always been a lover of sparkling drinks and realising that sometimes it is the “stuff” that surrounds our food and drink choices that is attractive is a huge help in letting go of less-than-healthy choices. And so it is that when I throw a party or am entertaining I LOVE to come up with new non-alcoholic drinks – usually based on fresh juices and sparkling water and I serve them in a beautiful glass. Tasty, refreshing and it even somehow tastes mildly alcoholic, this is one I will be enjoying again and again and 10/10 for ease and speed! EQUIPMENT Juicer, Strainer … Continue reading

The Top 5 Ways to Social Success During The Party Season

So, this is the time of year when most of the parties and food-related “stuff” starts happening. Are you all planned out and ready while feeling cool, calm and collected about the whole affair? Or are you starting to feel something resembling faint panic as you realise that in just under two weeks the big day itself will be here and it may be nut loaf or nothing unless you get your thinking cap on?! Continue reading


I’ve chosen this particular recipe for this week because it’s a nice “comforting” breakfast that’s not too heavy but not as light as fresh fruit or a smoothie – i.e. perfect for slightly more chilly starts to the day. EQUIPMENT Blender, Nut milk bag or Strainer INGREDIENTS Assorted dried fruits such as figs, prunes, apricots and apple rings – but make sure they’re all sulphur-free. As much almond milk as desired DIRECTIONS Pre-soak your dried fruits in pure water until plump and rehydrated. This could take anywhere from 4-8 hours depending on the size and how dried your fruits are. When your dried fruits are ready, make your almond milk (it will take just 1 minute if using almond butter, … Continue reading