The RAW Cafe-Detroit is an organic, vegan, raw food restaurant in Midtown. All of our menu items are created from organic fruit, vegetables, herbs, nuts, seeds and sea vegetables. We re-create traditional menu items using those ingredients and we do not cook any food; they are all dehydrated and not above 115 degrees, so vital nutrients and enzymes are not lost. At the RAW Cafe our food is "ALIVE". Proper nutrition helps to promote optimal health and even heal, beautify, slow aging and reverse degenerative conditions. Check out our book, Taking Every "BITE" Seriously and see how you can learn to eat "deliciously and purposefully". (Available at www.amazon.com.)
"Let Food Be Your Medicine." -Hippocrates
TRAINING AVAILABLE IN RAW VEGAN MEAL PREPARATION
Healthy Food options are in great demand in restaurants across the country, yet it is difficult to access high quality staff to prepare such meals. Now you can have high-quality, beautiful, delicious, and healthy menu items when you train with one of our raw, vegan chefs & food educators. Preparing beautiful, delicious, healthy raw vegan meals using raw fruits, vegetables, herbs, nuts, seeds and sea vegetables is an ART FORM! Now it is an art that you can easily learn when you take one of our training sessions. If you are interested in adding raw, vegan dishes to your menu and need training, we offer on-site group sessions, on-site train the trainer, or online training. Any recipe can be converted to a raw, vegan recipe; you just have to know how. For more information and pricing email LaKeta at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please indicate the type of training desired and the number of persons to be trained.
WHAT IS RAW FOOD?
Most people think when they hear the word "RAW", that we are talking about food that is served cold. Many are accustomed to thinking uncooked, like sushi. However, that is the furthest from the truth. RAW Food is food not process above 115 degrees in order to optimize the enzyme and nutrient content of the food. By definition...cooked food is "dead food". Though it looks and tastes good, it is…Continue