I arrived to her home and was immediately welcomed by her and her guests. Kat had prepared a Wilted Kale Salad, a Hummus and veggie tray, and a Winter Quinoa Salad. I am sorry I didn't take a picture because it was a really nice presentation.
|Kat is seated at the head of the table on the left.|
I am very honored to be associated with these amazing people who are not only making a difference in their own lives, but working at sharing and spreading good nutrition and health with their family, children and those around them.
My hostess gift was a bag of mung beans followed by a crash course on sprouting. My beans are soaking as I write this!
The mung sprouts were an ingredient in Kat's wilted kale salad. I found this website about mung bean sprouts and the nutritional value of these sprouts.
Now, for one of the real highlights of the evening, the dessert! Oh my! I am not a big lover of cheesecake, but I never had cheesecake like this before! It was fabulous! My picture does it no justice.
When I tell people I prefer to eat raw food, they always ask "So what do you eat?" Well, this is a fine example!
I choose to eat the food God made, instead of the food man makes, and it has renewed my life.