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I’m Making This for You (Because You Asked)

POSTED JULY 8, 2012

42 COMMENTS

Juicemaster Kitchen

 

I’m at home right now, having just come back from a couple of day’s worth of filming at Jason Vale’s Juice Factory.

What have I been up to?

Survey results: you spoke loud and clear.

So a little while ago, I sent out a survey to my email list saying that I was going to be making this ‘free thing’, asking exactly what it is that you want me to make for you.

I had a huge response of over 3,000 people fill out that survey, telling me exactly what’s wanted and needed.

It took me hours to look through all those responses, and I wanted to make sure I got it right, so I wrote this blog post to check in with you.

To my amazement, I then had over 900 comments on that post to tell me that, “yes” this is exactly the free thing you want me to create for you.

By the way, feel free to keep on commenting on that blog post so I can continue to hone and improve this thing I’m putting together.

I first of all want to say a huge thank you for all the time you spent on the responses.  They were thoughtful, insightful, thorough and really made me think.

One of the things I realised is that you’re really lacking in ideas for foods that you can make easily and quickly, that are packed with nutrition and flavour, and that don’t take lots of equipment.

Well, I’m excited to say that I am making these free videos and recipes for you.

We’ve started it and that’s what I’ve been filming.  Jason was kind enough to let me use his beautiful kitchen space you can see in this picture, so we can make this an extra beautiful thing.  Dan, who edits my videos, is busily putting together the videos, and I’m having the recipes and photos put into full colour PDFs for you, so it’s a nice little package that you can download.

How do you get it?

All you have to do is make sure you signed up to my email list here, and then just keep a lookout for the download instructions in a few weeks, when it’s all ready!

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User Comments

42 Comments

  1. Lucy
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    Yes, I am a newbie raw foodist, & the thing that puts me off, is the preparation time and expensive equipment!
    Looking forward to what you have in store…..

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  3. Christi
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    Hi Russell!
    I love your recipes! You make it easy to eat raw. I have a question for you.I made your garlic bread and it’s delicious! I’m a little worried though because It has a a whole cup of psyllium husk in it, yet the container says to only eat 1 tablespoon per day, so Im a little afraid to eat the bread. Maybe I am just overly concerned. What are your thoughts? Thanks again!

    • Russell James
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      Hi Christi, I can understand your concern. The recommendation of 1 tablespoon is probably not an upper limit of how much you can eat, but a good amount to use per day as an intestinal supplement, which is what it’s used for.

      Also, this bread usually gets about 20 to 30 slices, which works out around 1/2 tablespoon per slice, so as long as you don’t eat it all, you should be fine :)

  4. Jennifer Neal
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    Hi Russell. I just have to tell you I have been focusing on your Raw Chef Academy recipes over the last few days and I want to say a huge thankyou for your creative genuis! I can’t tell you how many times I have tried Raw Parsnip Sushi (well only 2ce actually but that was enough, YUCK!) and had been left feeling rather uninspired, but yours really nails it!- wait theres more.. the Best Caramelised Onions imaginable, Pad Thai sauce to die for, Spicy Sunflower Seeds… the list goes on.. everything I have tried has been amazing! Thanks for making it so easy to eat raw food. You Rock!!!

  5. Susan Morris
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    Thank you for everything you do! I’ve downloaded the recipe books and have been making all sorts of meals. The cheese recipes are the best! My family loves it. I even started a blog, and have been telling all my friends about your recipe books.

  6. Sandra
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    you put in so much effort to keep us happy, love the recipes, I just have to put a little more effort to create them!
    You are down to earth and are passionate about raw food, thankyou for being you!!

  7. marisa
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    So it seems thousands of us will be able to manage and enjoy raw food during week days as we have done with your perfect recipes on weekends,holidays and very special dates. Life looks beautiful to me today. Thanks Russell James

  8. Raw Food Club
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    Posted

    You’re absolutely amazing, Russel… Thank you for showing up and being your contribution to the world… we deserve more of you!!! :D

  9. Tonibones
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    I agree -that you are really a lovely kind person!
    Also, it is freezing where I live at present – I find it hard to get excited about cold food and drink. I need ideas for warm stuff that isn’t ready tomorrow…
    Cold weather makes me hungry.
    I do have a dehydrator and most gadgets so that is not a problem.
    In addition – I cannot metabolize a lot of fat at once as I had my gallbladder removed years ago. I love the look of the pomegranite cake but there is so much fat in it that it would probably make me sick. Any ideas for a lighter version?
    Love your work!

  10. Michelle
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    Perfect, just want I need. I’m have only just started your online course and was thinking I need some quick and easy recipes too. Thank you Russell, really looking forward to it.

  11. luv my cat
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    Bless you, Russell, for being so very kind and generous to your subscribers! You are very thoughtful!
    For the blog post:
    Not only quick and easy, it would be wonderful to know substitutions, i.e. irish moss vs. chia seeds or agar, depending on whether you want to just hold together or just make firm or both, etc. In this economy we’d probably rather use chia seeds or agar.
    Also how can we be proficient with knowledge or experience to know how to change a SAD dessert to a raw one.

  12. Per
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    Posted

    Thank You Russell!!
    You are terrific – I tell anyone and everyone who will listen about how great you are…

  13. Lynne
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    Thanks so much for doing this. Thanks so much for all your time and effort to give us good ideas that are easy, quick and economical.

  14. Wendy
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    Hi Russell—I see the Wheatsville Coop in your video. Do you live in Austin?? If so….welcome to Texas!!

  15. Mena Swanson Eastwood
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    Russell you ALWAYS BRIGHTEN MY DAY!!!! Thank you ever so for all your creativity, talent and those oh so glorious freebees!! BTY, I would just love to see you here in Chicago–just thought I’d plant the seed!
    Bright Blessings & Peace,
    Mena*~*

  16. Stacy
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    Russell, you are such a kind, caring, generous, creative person! Thank you for caring deeply enough to help everyone in our daily struggles and wishes :) Excited to see your recipes…the PDF version is an excellent idea! Much love sent your way in your newest adventure! –Stacy

  17. Gabriele Agustini
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    Thank you SOOO much for doing this! I hope you know how much it’s appreciated! (As are you!!) Can’t wait to get my hands on those recipes!!

  18. Barbara
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    It would also be nice if there were some things that could be made in a large enough quantity that there were leftovers that wouldn’t spoil so they could be taken to work for a couple of days after they were made.

  19. Mirna
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    I agree. Your recipes are amazing but I don’t usually have the time or all the ingredients on hand to be consistent in making them. Thanks so much, looking forward to them!

  20. Ros
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    AWESOME! thanks so much. I’m getting a bit stuck in a raw food rut of salad and smoothies and wants some more inspiration! Can’t wait to see them :-)

    • Jill Harrop
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      looking forward , to this its definitely what Im need , I had thought of trying to create crumbly things dressings storables in the fridge to add to instant grabable salads!! Thank s Russell

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