Windy and Wonderful Kelp Noodle Adventure!

February 5, 2010 at 8:56 pm Leave a comment

Think you need shelter and fancy equipment to prepare yummy raw dishes in the middle of a Maine winter?  Think again.  Alexis, Jaime and Lara grabbed a cutting board, a few bowls, some grounding root vegetables and other raw goodies and headed outside into the freshly fallen snow to film Vibrant Maine’s third video.

Whether it was the joy of finding a mysteriously premade snow table ready for food prep in the park or the deliciousness of the kelp noodle dish, these three Vibrant Maine women were inspired to brave the sledding hills after filming.  Jaime made flying down the hill on a saucer look easy, so Lara decided she could accomplish the same feat.  We are happy to announce that Lara is still alive – though there was a moment as she sped down backwards toward trees and tables that we weren’t sure she’d make it.  Alexis managed to sled while holding a camera, which made Lara’s scary ride seem even more ridiculous.

This newest video should finally prove to skeptics out there that eating raw food can be extremely easy and yummy!

Kelp Noodle Salad Recipe:

1 bag raw kelp noodles, massaged with olive oil, salt and pepper


Thinly sliced carrots and jicama

Sprouted sunflower seeds

Half a squeezed lemon


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