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hi friends,

I am keeping it simple this season - being a shy little woodland creature ;-)

tonight as the rain is gently misting the land, I am indoors enjoying a lovely raw feast. I dehydrated some delicata squash then blended it with warm water, almond milk and spices to make a lovely autumn soup. Also made a delightful raw carrot cake from Penni's "Falling In To Raw" recipe book. I am grateful to be keeping it real and keeping it raw in every season.  I wish you all the best. 

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Comment by Lisa Phillips on December 16, 2012 at 2:50am

That soup sound delish, Janet! Mmmm! <3

Comment by Janet Carol Ryan on November 1, 2012 at 5:04pm

so fun to hear from you Maureen and Alessandra - we fans of the Autumn. Maureen - I was born in the fall (October too) in this hemisphere. And Alessandra, I loved the little scalloped circle shapes that came from slicing the delicata - I did the slices fairly thin so that they would soften up in the dehydrator along with some kale seasoned with olive oil and herbs. For the sections that I was intending for the soup I took off the outer skin. It all turned out lovely. 

Comment by Alessandra on November 1, 2012 at 9:49am
hello you lovely woodland creature.....your dinner sounds divine.......what a great idea to dehydrate the squash before making the soup. I don't know if I have ever eaten delicata squash but I do love butternut and red kuri and squash soup!
And I love this time of the year. October is my absolute favorite month of all!
Comment by Maureen Griffin on November 1, 2012 at 6:12am

Hello to the woodland dwellers! Autumn is my favourite time of year - probably because I was born in March (Oz) Cheers

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