Raw food cuisine has come to Chesham

Welcome to Raw Food Chesham.

With over 20 years experience of raw food cuisine and it’s health benefits, Kirsty Wright previously known as Kirsty Hawkshaw follows an 80/20% rule in favour of raw eating. In this blog Kirsty shares some of her top tips for easy raw cuisine.

Kirsty is a fan of foraging for greens and likes to include weeds such as nettles, dandelion leaves, and many other free foods found locally in the beautiful Chiltern countryside into her diet.

“Today while I was out barefoot running, I passed a wonderful wild fennel plant so I nipped back later and picked some. Tonight i’ll be dehydrating some flax crackers using the fennel. You really can’t find fresher and more robust organic food than weeds that grow in the local area. Bread is constipating and highly addictive it can also contribute highly to gluten intolerance which is of epidemic proportion in todays society read more. I use my flax crackers in place of wheat based crackers and bread. I also love to grow my own greens but find that weeds have not been tampered with in anyway (as long as you don’t obviously blend ones that have been sprayed with monsanto weed killer ;). Hardy plants, make hardy blood!

On this blog, Kirsty will be sharing recipes that she demonstrates at her coaching events held at the Bagnall Center in Chesham Bucks. If you are interested in joining please get in touch at rawfoodchesham@gmail.com or alternatively phone the Bagnall Centre to book a place in one of the classes.

For raw products click on the banner below where you can find alot of the products Kirsty will be using.  Kirsty also shops at Healthright in Chesham who now stock some wonderful raw products including the raw nut butters, cashews, and coconut oil.

Raw LIving - Bringing you the finest raw food, superfoods, and resources for a healthy lifestyle

3 Comments on “Raw food cuisine has come to Chesham”

  1. Lisa
    December 27, 2012 at 4:59 pm #

    I’m dying to find out how to make the Christmas Tree with broccoli , cauliflower , peppers, pearl onions. Etc. I think it’s called the raw chesham Christmas tree. How did you get it to stand up? I nees instructions!!!!’ Please. PLEASE

  2. philippa sawyer
    January 17, 2013 at 10:19 am #

    Hi I’d love to do an interview with you. I’m based in Chesham and know the Bagnall Centre but haven’t been there yet. I can play the interview on my show at asian star radio plus a copy for you to use however you wish. Are you interested?

    Look forward to hearing from you.

    • January 20, 2013 at 7:13 pm #

      Hi Phillipa,

      that would be lovely yes i’d love to do an interview with you. I will write you an email

      best wishes

      Kirsty :)

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