We are back!

by sylvia on March 9, 2010

I am back on line.  Beets Cafe is now open and operating, having fun, eating some fabulous tasting dishes. I will be updating the shopping cart. We have a Fundamentals class scheduled for March 14th, check out the web site for all the details.  www.beetscafe.com
Getting this started had been quite a project, fun and challenging [...]

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“All American Comfort Food” Reschedule Date TBD

by admin on April 20, 2009

Hi Everyone,
I am postponing this class until we are in the Cafe. YEA! It’s happening and I can see the progress! We will hold this class in the space of the cafe. The date will be posted as soon as we know. Thank you for your patients and soon we will [...]

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All American Comfort Foods

by admin on March 30, 2009

All-American Comfort Foods Class Description
The Raw Diet doesn’t have to mean living on salads, energy soups, and fruit. The comfort food fare in this class will satisfy even the heartiest appetite.
In All-American Comfort Foods you will learn:
• How to make creamy non-dairy shakes.
• How to use cashews to replace sour cream in dips and dressings.
• How to use [...]

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Back By Popular Demand - Latin American Fiesta, Feb 22,

by admin on February 11, 2009

I am very excited to announce Chef Alicia Ojeda has joined the Beets Café team.
Chef Alicia was one of the senior instructors and the Executive Chef at Living Light Culinary Institute in California, and most recently the Production/R&D Chef for Roxanne’s Fine Cuisine. Chef Alicia is classically trained and has an extensive culinary [...]

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Asian Fusion, a few spots left

by admin on February 9, 2009

Greetings! I hope you all are enjoying the much needed rain we have just had and that this email finds you well.
My “not to be missed” Asian Fusion class is this Saturday and we have a few spots left! You will be greeted with a delicious sample of “Bliss” a yummy [...]

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March 1st - “Forget Cooking”

by admin on February 1, 2009

Spring is just around the corner and new energy in the air. Experience the power of sun and the connection to earth with delicious live food. Anyone who has participated talk about the surprise of how good it is, and how they experience a buzz of energy.
When: March 1, 2009, 10:00 am – 12:00pm
Where [...]

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Asian Fusion

by admin on January 14, 2009

“Raw Asia”  Please mark your calendars for this yummy class.  February 14th, Saturday.  This is perfect for Valentines Day, light and tasty.
Forget Cooking is a prerequisite.
Asian Fusion Class Description
Everyone loves to eat with their hands and to take food “to go”–which explains the popularity of finger foods such as sandwiches. But the typical sandwich is [...]

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HAPPY NEW YEAR! “Forget Cooking” 2009

by admin on January 3, 2009

I hope you had a fabulous Holiday.  Let’s kick off the 2009 with health in mind. It is now time to learn how to take care of oneself…if not now when? Over the Holidays I heard a some one say “I need someone to motivate me”.  My response is why?  Do it for yourSELF, be motivated my [...]

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Nuts

by sylvia on November 17, 2008

Below are soaking times for a few of the nuts we reviewed in class.
Click the shopping link to the right and see the recommended raw prep books  some of them have more extensive soaking and spourting charts
Nut or Seed                    Soaking Time
Almonds                             8 - 12 Hours
Sunflower Seeds                6 - 12 Hours
Pecans                                1 - 2 Hours
Walnuts                              1- 2 Hours
Pine Nuts                           do not [...]

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Holiday Favorites Class

by sylvia on November 16, 2008

Just finished the class.  “O.M.G.” is what one woman said. You may or may not know but we eat evereything that I demonstrate in class.  Too bad I could not record the sounds coming from the students.  I loved it.  I had only made a couple of the recipes  before to  try them before the class, and  [...]

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