Learn to Make Gluten-Free Thai Food: No Need to Sacrifice
Flavor for Health!
Thai Food Goes Raw – Sugar, Dairy and Gluten Free Recipes for Vibrant Health
When you decide to upgrade your diet to choose health, the transition often involves giving up some of your favorite foods. In particular, going gluten free for the health of it is one of the hardest transitions. Or is it?
We’ve spent a lot of time in the kitchen perfecting the flavors and textures of traditional favorites so they look and taste similar to the foods you’ve come to know and love. We can teach you to make your favorite ethnic dishes with a fraction of the oil, none of the gluten and free of sugar and dairy products as well.
The spices and tangy flavors of Thai food are a delight to the senses. The fragrant aroma of the herbs is hard to resist. Yet if you’re following a high raw gluten-free diet, it’s likely that you rarely eat in Thai restaurants any more. Like most Asian restaurants they use a variety of sauces that frequently contain gluten and are thus a nightmare to those of us on a gluten-free diet.
Gluten can cause digestive upset as well as hormone and neurotransmitter imbalance. This often shows as foggy brain, low energy, focus problems depression and lack of motivation. Once you’ve been off gluten for a while, an accidental exposure can create problems for as long as six months. If you have an autoimmune condition, accidental gluten exposure can cause a major flare-up that lasts a long time.
Asian restaurants can be tricky if you’re on a gluten-free diet. Soy sauce contains wheat and the well-meaning staff is often unaware that soy sauce is not a gluten free food.
If you like Thai food you’ll love our Fresh ‘n Fun Living September Live Foods Preparation class. You’ll learn to make a complete Thai meal and get to eat it too. Chef Karen Osborne, graduate of Living Light Culinary Institute, is an amazing raw foods chef and has created many creative and delicious recipes. Here’s the menu for “Thai Food Goes Raw – Sugar, Dairy and Gluten Free Recipes for Vibrant Health”.
- Thai Coconut Soup
- Thai Wraps
- Green Mango Salad
- Pad Thai
- Coconut Mango Mint Ice Cream
Over 2 hours of recipe demonstrations
+ all the recipes in a PDF eBook!
Online Video Recordings
(includes digital videos fully indexed by recipe 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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