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Getting Ready for New Year’s

I went out today and go the supplies to make my little New Year’s celebration.  I’m planning to spend time alone on New Year’s Eve.  I don’t get a lot of quite time alone, but my room-mate is in Japan with her family, so I am going to luxuriate in the quiet.  I may even take a bubble bath…

Tonight, I have started some rejuvelac wine to celebrate.  I don’t know that I am going to make champagne rejuvelac this year. I’ll decide tomorrow when I start the rejuvelac.

I have also started soaking some black-eyed peas to sprout for my traditional good-luck black-eyed peas on New Year’s Day.  I also have a small bunch of collards which I will prepare on New Year’s Eve and let marinate until New Year’s Day.

I’ve also laid in 10 nice big lemons, some sea salt, a jug of Grade B organic maple syrup, and some herbal laxative tea, so I can begin my Master Cleanse on New Year’s night — I think it is better to go ahead with my traditional New Year’s good luck meal, and then get started with the Master Cleanse.  (I have heard of a powder that you can use for the Master Cleanse, and, when I run out lemons, I may buy it and see how it works– that is still up in the air– I have enough lemons for most of the first 10 days.



I have just recently finished the Raw Living Foods Home Study training and certification course. Before I say anything else, I want to thank Jim Carey for bringing this body of information in an easily accessible format to the masses.

Not everyone has the opportunity to check into one of the “asylums” out there, to “take the cure” and learn by doing, in person, so this is invaluable resource.

Now, on to my observations:
Yes, you can get all of this information on your own if you spend 20 or so years researching
Ann Wigmore’s program, and if you read every single thing that she ever wrote, and then research the how-to’s for some of the more esoteric practices she recommended. You could do it, but you probably wouldn’t.

This course, with its extensive, pretty much self-explanatory manual, and its massive collection of DVD seminars could be just what you need, if you are interested in a very traditional, natural, raw food health and healing program.


Well, gee whiz! I guess I’ve hit the big time!

I saw this post at the
chidiet.net blog

(just about the only site I would want to recommend for in-depth serious training in Ann Wigmore’s diet theory)

Since I have been heavy into Ann Wigmore since forever (what? you did not know that?), I surfed over there right away, and then clicked on the link, and guess who popped up??? It was me, myself, and I! with that lovely smile I periodically demonstrate (Julia Roberts: watch your back!!!) My blog was featured on WordPress.com….. coolness in person….Yes, please do go see it!
Blogs about Ann Wigmore

Okay, end of personal horn-blowing…