Cheeses - No Dairy, No Guilt!
Learn to Make Delicious Nutritious Raw Cheeses That Satisfy Your Cravings and
Nourish Your Body
Taught by Dr. Ritamarie Loscalzo and Chefs Karen Osborne and Pamela Weems
Cheese seems to be an almost universal comfort food! Cheese and crackers, wine and cheese, or simply cheese by itself has an appeal unlike no other food.
With all the evidence and research suggesting that dairy products can cause serious health conditions, ranging from allergies to cancer, you may feel heart-broken that one of your favorite foods is just not conducive to good health. Giving up cheese is one of the most challenging things my patients and students are asked to do in the interest of creating vibrant health.
Eliminating Dairy Can Reduce Allergies and Decrease Your Risk of Autoimmune Disease, Cancer, Heart Disease and Diabetes
It's pretty clear to us from a clinical and research perspective that eliminating dairy from your diet is an effective way to increase your energy and boost your zest for life! It will also decrease your health care costs in the long run.
Making the shift away from milk may not feel that difficult as letting go of cheese because of the widespread availability of milk substitutes at the grocery store, including almond milk, soy milk, rice milk, hemp milk, hazelnut milk and coconut milk. There are sweetened and unsweetened options and some milks come in a variety of flavors. If you prefer to avoid the processed milk substitutes at the store, you can easily make your own.
Great Tasting Cheese Substitutes Are Hard To Find
Most of the cheese substitutes sold at the store are highly processed and are not even really dairy-free because they contain casein, a protein extracted from cow's milk that's used to make them creamy. Casein is the protein that causes dairy allergy symptoms.
Locating a healthy and nourishing cheese substitute was a nightmare, until now! You can make your own cheese substitute right in your home kitchen! Your dairy-free cheese substitute comes complete with probiotics to feed your immune and digestive systems.
With us to guide you, making non-dairy raw cheese in any shape or form is easy.
Now you can enjoy blocks of cheese, spreadable cheese, slices of cheese, ricotta and cottage cheese look-alikes and even fancy party cheese balls and layered cheeses. You can spread it on crackers, smoother your vegetables, top your pizza, fill ravioli, layer in lasagna or just slice it and eat it plain. Learn to make savory, sharp, or tangy cheese! You can enjoy the cheesy taste that we all know and love while strengthening your immune system and improving your digestion at the same time!
Our cheeses are comprised of raw nuts and seeds, probiotics, some lemon juice, seasonings, nutritious binders like Irish moss and psyllium husk and a variety of herbs. They are delicious and nutritious additions to any diet.
We'll be teaching our secret cheese making techniques on January 16. The live class is in Austin, Texas and it will also be broadcast over the internet and available on digital video afterward.
Here are just a sampling of the recipes you'll learn to make:
- Soft ricotta like cheese (we use it to make ravioli)
- Cheese ball rolled in nuts
- White and cheddar cheese blocks
- Macadamia nut feta cheese
- Parmesan cheese
- Swiss cheese slices
- White cheese, pesto and sun dried tomato party block.
It's such a great feeling to enjoy the tangy creaminess of cheese, knowing it's so nutritious. What a delicious way to replenish your gut with probiotics!
Includes 2 1/2 hours of recipe demonstrations + all the recipes in a PDF eBook!
Cheeses - No Dairy, No Guilt!
(includes, digital videos and pdf recipe guide)
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Dr. Ritamarie has been sharing her passion for raw and living foods for more than 25 years, lovingly catalyzing others to create joy, success and abundance in their lives. As a Doctor of Chiropractic with Certifications in Acupuncture, Nutrition, Herbal Medicine and HeartMath® , she's also a certified living foods chef, instructor and coach, and has trained and certified hundreds of others in the art of living foods. As a licensed health care provider, Dr. Ritamarie has seen the magical transformations that occur when her patients and students apply the ancient healing wisdom of whole fresh foods and supportive lifestyle practices with a touch of modern scientific research. She offers online courses and long distance coaching and counseling as well as in-person classes and hands-on healing.
Karen Osborne, a lifetime active pianist, has been preparing gourmet raw food since being introduced to it in 2001. Karen's body became her new, finely tuned instrument after experiencing the energy and great health that followed the elimination of gluten, dairy and refined sugar from her diet and adding lots of greens. Karen's passionate performances now are focused on creating raw food experiences as treats of harmonic sensations, developing flavors like a symphony. From delicate to dynamic, her food is music to the palate. Specializing in tantalizing raw versions of favorites like Tiramisu, she loves to help people with the food part of their transition to a healthy lifestyle that also includes exercise, sun and sleep. Karen is a graduate of Living Light Culinary Arts Institute and sells her creations in the Austin, TX area where she gives private instruction in Raw Food preparation, demonstrates Raw Food Joy regularly for a market in South Austin, manages Dr. Ritamarie's Co-op and teaches classes.www.karenorawchef.com
A special education teacher for many years, Pamela Weems became interested in regaining her health through whole and living foods after she developed thyroid abnormalities and after a close friend of hers developed cancer. Pamela has taken food preparation classes with Dr. Ritamarie Loscalzo and through her has obtained certification as Chef and as Instructor in Alissa Cohen's Living on Live Foods courses. She enjoys making salad dressings, desserts and snacks for family and friends.
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