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CONTACTING Addicted to Veggies/Sarahfaé

Write me a letter, send me some fabric to use in a photo backdrop, or even an apron (I can always use more!) - either way I want to hear from you!

IMPORTANT MAILING INFO --- PLEASE READ:
BUSINESSES: I do not write product reviews, or participate in product giveaways. I will however take free samples  (if they are vegan), and I will think of you and your business as I happily consume them.
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 FARMERS: If you are a Washington, Oregon, or California Farmer and want to send me fresh Organic Produce I will happily feature your Produce in a recipe AND write about your farm, including any links or additional information at your request and my own personal discretion. Please notify me upon sending your produce so I can make sure to pick it up upon immediate arrival. 


Thank you!

Addicted to Veggies c/o Sarahfaé
PO Box 6627
Eureka CA 95501

Email: addictedtoveggies [at] gmail [dot] com

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Twitter: AtVdailyfix

25 comments:

  1. Thank you for some really cool recipes. You should do a cookbook! I wish you lived in my neighborhood. It sounds like you and your sister would be very interesting friends to have. Keep up the good work girl.
    Gloria from Newberry, SC

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    1. Thanks, Gloria! You are such a sweetie! I truly hope to have a real cookbook someday. xo-S

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  2. Wow I'm from Nor Cal too and in fact been to Eureka many times!!! Had to give some love:) Not raw, or vegan, but saw your lemon coconut meltaway on Punterest and can't wait to try it!!!

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    1. Hi (Lexi or Linzi)! Thank you so much for the shout out and love! You definitely don't have to be raw or vegan to add more veggies/fruits to your plate. Let me know what you end up making! xo-S

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  3. New to the site...finding it very inspirational. I adore the simplicity and "comfort foods" you offer. Please, pretty please, make us a cookbook with the step by step photos. GENIUS!
    xoxoxox

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    1. Thank you SO much! I love getting this kind of feedback, and I'm really hoping to have a cookbook someday - using the same format that you see in my recipes. Simple, approachable, and really tasty! ;)

      xoxox!

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  4. I wanted to know if you had the conversion for raw almonds to almond flour. I am looking at your chewy graham crackers and want to use almond flour. Thanks these are all awesome and can't wait to try your recipies!!

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    1. Thanks for this comment - I'll actually be working on the conversions in the next week, and putting up a step-by-step on how to make Raw Almond flour - I hope you'll stick around to check it out!

      xo

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  5. Not only am I addicted to veggies I am now addicted to your blog as well! Thank you for some much needed inspiration in my kitchen :)

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  6. Really Love your blog!! We have gone raw because we have a sick little one!! Many of your recipes have been life savers for us... especially the ranch!!! Would love to see a place on your blog with a recipe listing so that I can look through them more easily... we are always looking to try new things... things that our 6 and 4 year olds are excited to eat! It's hard to compete with the world of processed food from a 6 year olds eyes!! thanks for all your wonderful and inspiring ideas!!

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  7. It would be lovely if you had a link at the top to a page where you listed all the recipes on the site in alphabetical order. Otherwise, I have to know what I'm searching for, or just back up through the blog. Lots of cooking blogs do this and I find it super helpful. Greta site, by the way. I am new to raw vegan cooking, but finding that a lot of the recipes are appropriate for my very strict IBD diet.

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  9. Wow, you are exceptionally talented and have a great imagination when it comes to working with food. I love the fact that you are not scared to try out all kinds of new flavours and experiment with it!! Great great work:-) Keep going cause we are loving the food.

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  10. Can't compliment you highly enough for the beautiful, thorough and inspirational blog. It's more than a blog...

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  11. Is it possible to make raw crackers withOUT flax??? Thank you!!

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  12. this blog is awesome!

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  13. Please, please, please do an E-book! This site is my absolute favorite! Thank you so much for sharing your talent. TrishS in Arizona

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  14. Gloria, I Just love your recipes, photos, story's...etc. You are truly an inspiration to healthy eating!

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  15. Thanks for the Henry's Olives shout out. Always happy to hear people using my products in recipes. Enjoy. Henry

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  16. I have been following you since last June and have loved every dish I have tried! I was looking forward to making Raw Almond Flour and discovered that there is no way to purchase raw almonds anywhere in the United States? What I have found out is that all almonds have been pasteurized by steam or PPO (propylene oxide). Any suggestions? Thank you. RaeDean in Washington

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  17. Thank you Sarahfae,

    Kicking and screaming, I agreed to do a raw food cleanse to support my wife and quite frankly, I am in need of a detox myself. I love coffee, wine, sugar and food, all food!! While the thought of giving up coffee, sugar and alcohol for a month was tough, I thought 28 days on a limited raw diet would do me in. After a couple of days of lethargy, I started to feel good and was on board and to be honest, a little bored. I really like to cook and was having a difficult time adjusting to salad (no oil or vinegar on this cleanse either) and eating everything out of the fruit bowl.
    Let me say, that has all changed since I've found your site. Not only am I loving "preparing" dishes but they are absolutely delicious. I am feeling so good and loving this new culinary world so much that I think there is a chance that I stay raw after the cleanse.

    Thank you for putting so much of yourself into your recipes and your web site. I really appreciate it a lot.

    Big hugs!

    James

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  18. HI Sarafae,
    While looking to convert myself and family to a more vegan and raw diet, also perhaps looking to make a personal career change into nutrition I stumbled upon your site. All I can say is it is ALL I go to anymore and I have told many friends who either are dairy/ wheat/ or meat free to check you out! especially the staples page. You have taught me so much, thank you. I have had many ism's over the past years which has affected every other avenue of my life. sigh, but whenever i am looking for inspiration to try something new or broaden my knowledge I come for a visit here.
    Now do you know of a way to make wraps or say an alternative to burger/ hot dog buns? Like a sweet onion wrap? I have tried this in a local raw food restaurant in my hometown but cannot seem to figure out how exactly they are binding this.
    Thank you again for your superb blog. I always look forward to learning more from you.
    Emily Smith, Vancouver Island,BC, Canada

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  19. please please please make a cookbook!
    I would definitely buy one and so would the rest of my vegan friends. we are absolutely in love with this website and have tried almost 3 years worth of these recipes. I hope you continue in your amazing cooking.

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  21. HELP! So I decided I would try raw for 5 days next week to see how it goes, got the hubby on board with raw dinners, did my shopping, found great recipes here and other websites then found today that my oven does not go below 140 :( I only have the round NESCO cheap-o dehydrator which will be fine for some items but many will just not work in there. So can i still warm at 140 and maintain the enzymes?

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