Rawlicious Challenge

This is a topsy turvy week, with 29 days in the month! So, we are all going to pretend this is the first Wednesday of the month (ie March) so that you all have a full month to get your challenge completed. This challenge is open to people all over the world, but the prizes on offer are only open to South African residents. Beryn from Rawlicious is going to be judging the best three recipes that use raw food, and her decision will be final. Please be adventurous and show her just how amazing food bloggers are, and what we can come up with. The prizes are as follows (and may not be exchanged):

1st: Spot on one day seminar
2nd: DVD course
3rd: Recipe book

In order for your recipe to be judged you need to include the following:

  • a link back to this post
  • insert this photo
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  • the following linky code:

Code n.1 - This script works fine on all sites that accept the <script> tag

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Code n.2 - If you are on a wordpress.com blog or any system that does not permit script tags, copy the following code

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  • you need to email me the link to your blog post so that I can forward the email to Beryn – my email address is lavenderandlimeblog (AT) gmail (DOT) com

Good luck, and have fun.

ps for a raw food diet, the temperature food is exposed to should not be more than 47°C / 116°F

The recipe book challenge recipes:

Ravioli stuffed with Mussels & Homemade Tomato Sauce

Lemon Cupcakes

Tandy

For more food challenges please see The Food Blog Diary.

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About Tandy Sinclair

I am passionate about regional, sustainable and seasonal produce. I live in Gordons Bay in a cottage with my husband, our three dogs, a tortoise and a fish. We are busy building a house which is an adventure all in itself. Each year we visit a new place to experience the food of the area.

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  5. Been awhile since I’ve managed to get around to blogs….sorry T! Sounds like a great challenge. My neighbor is doing the Rawlicious lifestyle thing at the moment and she is looking and feeling great. I have been reading her book! xx

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  7. Sounds like a fantastic challenge ,Tandy but this upcoming month is very busy with deadlines and some exams. Maybe next time. BAM

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  8. I’m not sure if I know what you mean by raw?! I get what it means for meat but for everything else does that mean uncooked?

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    • sorry, I have edited the post to clear up any confusion – for a raw food diet, the temperature food is exposed to should not be more than 47°C / 116°F

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  9. Oh I love this challenge!! Going to get my thinking cap on right away!! Fantastic!!

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