We started out by talking about the kind of wheat sold at http://www.wheatgrasskits.com because she wanted to follow up on our discussion during her first visit about the healthfulness of wheat varieties today. The company offers red spring wheat from eastern Washington state, which is excellent for sprouting and juicing. It’s highly sought after by customers across the country.
KK expanded on the case for eating living foods by discussing the work of key scientists. They’ve discovered how living foods boost the body’s healing processes. In a nutshell, plants draw energy from the sun and convey their life force through enzymes to our bodies for good health.
I asked KK to talk about what she eats. What would a daily menu look like? For her, it consists of many raw foods.
If someone wants to follow veganism, it may take a while to work up to the kind of diet KK has. But there are resources to make it easy, and you certainly won’t starve as you transition to eating living foods.
How about a fruit smoothie for breakfast? That sounds good to me. Or how about sprouted buckwheat cereal with almonds, raisins and bananas? Or how about a tasty fruit salad?
Nuts and seeds are important for adding protein. Making almond milk is one way to do that. Add it to recipes, including soups, or drink it straight.
Lunch might include a salad made from a 5 part sprout salad mix and greens. More fruits are good, too. KK says apples go good with everything. And it’s best to eat things grown in season.
Dinner might include wild rice salad, veggie loaf, seed cheese, or veggie kraut.
KK highly recommends recipes used by Ann Whigmore. You can find them by going to http://www.wheatgrasskits.com. Click on Information, Newsletter Archives, then click on #14, “The Living Food Diet.” Another recipe resource is Hallelujah Acres.
What would KK eat for a week if she only had one thing in the pantry?
Is it possible to make bread without killing the wheat?
Did Jesus eat fish
Can you get adequate protein on a vegan diet?
What about healthy fats and oils?
How can you make wheatgrass juice without electricity?
For answers to these questions and more, listen to my interview with KK Fowkes on DestinySurvival Radio for January 31, 2013. KK has a book and materials available at www.thegate.us. And be sure to check out grains, sprouts and what you need to go with them at http://www.wheatgrasskits.com.
Would you try a vegetarian or vegan diet? If you’re already doing it, how’s it working out for you? What would you tell a friend to entice her to eat more living foods? Leave a comment below and share what you know with me and my readers.