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Episode 0016-Raw Vegan Radio-Living on Live Foods with Alissa Cohen

July 3, 2006

Living On Live FoodsWe feature an exclusive interview with Alissa Cohen, internationally recognized writer, speaker and consultant on raw and living food.

An internationally recognized author, speaker, and raw food chef and consultant, Alissa’s devoted following includes thousands of people throughout the world who have maintained successful weight losses, healed themselves of a myriad of diseases, and swear by her simple and fun approach to fantastic health.

Cohen gained an international reputation for her book, Living On Raw Food , distributed through the U.S., Canada, England, Australia, and many other parts of the world. Covering every aspect of a living foods lifestyle, the book catapulted her into the international limelight, landing her an appearance on the Today show, The Tyra Banks show, an Ask Alissa food column, a nationally aired raw food cooking show and a worldwide following that looks to her for weight loss and healthy living advice through raw foods.

Jenna travels around the world to colleges, green festivals and health events giving film screenings and speaking about the effects of food on health. Jenna received her training through the Optimum Health Institute, Living Light Culinary Arts Institute, David Wolfe, Brian Clement, Jackie & Gideon Graff and Alissa Cohen.

Our show concludes with Carlene Jones her raw vegan weightloss program for morbidly obese individuals.

Alissa Cohen’s Salmon Pate (from the book Living on Live Food by Alissa Cohen)

2 cups walnuts
2 stalks celery
1 large red bell pepper
1 large scallion
1/2- 1 teaspoon sea salt

Combine all ingredients in a food processor and blend until smooth. Serving Suggestion: Thsi can be served on a plate as is, over a salad, rolled up in a green leaf, or spread on crackers.

Fudge Balls
2 cups dates, pitted and soaked
2 cups almond butter
1/2 cup carob powder

1. In a food processor, blend the dates to a smooth pasted.
2. Add the remaining ingredients and process until smooth.
3. Remove from processor and form into round balls.

Note: These will keep for a long time in the refrigerator.

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