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  1. Hi Rachel! This is a fantastic resource. We’ll be featuring you and a few of your recipes in the Yaletown Holistics newsletter. Have a great day and keep sharing your delicious recipes. ;)

  2. Wow, I love your blog! You and a few other clean eaters on Instagram inspired me to change my whole diet. I just wanted to say thank you so much and keep doing what you’re doing! :)

    • Absolutely!! You’re just one step ahead then! The first few steps of the recipe are just making hazelnut butter anyway; I would suggest reducing the amount of hazelnut butter though (b.c the hazelnuts reduce when turned into butter), but otherwise the recipe should work!

  3. Do you currently have any recipe books? I stumbled upon your website and I am in love with all your recipes!! I would be the first to buy a book :)!

    • Thank you so much! I’m glad you stumbled upon the site :) I don’t have any recipe books, but I would LOVE to make one in the future and have definitely thought about it!

  4. Hi Rachel!
    I was wondering if you’d be interested in doing a blog swap/guest post?
    We could “scratch eachother’s backs”…so to speak. ;)
    Let me know your thoughts… I love your blog!

    Holly Lin

  5. Hi Rachel…

    I just discovered your site and look forward to trying some of your recipes! Though I have not had meat in 21 years, I did consume dairy, some processed foods, wheat, too many sweets and as of 5 years ago, ate fish. Now, I am revising my nutritional program to a much stronger organic plant based diet of greens and whole foods of fruit, nuts, seeds and legumes…void of dairy (cheese will be the hardest!), wheat and much less refined sugary desserts. AND…I might love grilled salmon fish tacos to give that up completely. One step at a time…THANKS for the inspiration!

    • You’re absolutely right, one step at a time. If something is too challenging or seems like a burden then I dread it….and you shouldn’t dread these changes, you should be excited about them! You’ve made a great decision to improve your health–be proud of yourself! If I can give you one piece of advice: never beat yourself up if you “slip up”–sometimes you need to give in to cravings and that’s completely fine so long as you try to do better the next day. When I slip up, I know it’s because I needed it and I end up working with more vigor the next day. Good luck! :)

  6. I’m wondering if you know a non-GMO brand of corn grits for the cornbread quinoa crust or a good substitution for the corn grits if not?
    Love your recipes!

  7. Your recipes are SO incredible!

    I found out 3 months ago that I have a very high candida count and trying to find recipes and food I can eat has been the greatest struggle. All of these foods are clean and anti-inflammatory. I have been eating extremely clean ever since (not a gram of sugar) and feel 100% better.

    Keep up the delicious posts!

  8. Hey Rachel,
    I’ve been following your site and recipes for a while now. In fact, the first thing I ever made were the raw truffles and I kiterally just ate some DF mint choco chip ice cream (first time making it.. SO GOOD!!) and I just wanted to let you know how much I admire and am inspired by what you do. Keep it up, you are amazing and I look forward to reading your recipes more over the holidays :)

    • Thank you so much for the inspiration! I had to take a hiatus this past month, but I saw your comment and am so excited to be posting again!!

  9. Hi Rachel! I have just came across your site and i am in love. I have a list of recipes to make. I do have one question, is there a subsitute for lucuma powder. I am a good hour one way from a health food store. I normally don’t use a powder sweetener.

    • Thank you so much! In some recipes, you may be able to substitute with date paste (basically dates soaked in and blended with water). That’s the closest thing I can think of that will give recipes a caramel-like flavor.

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