My first experience of a Pot Luck Supper, about two years ago, was a raw one – I don’t think I’ve been to any other kind – so I completely associate pot lucks with raw food! Since then I’ve probably been to a hand full more, and they are always something of an eye-opener – in a good way, of course!
Carrbridge in the Highlands of Scotland is an unlikely spot to associate with raw food, however, I was sharing a house with a raw foodie, and one of the monthly get togethers what a raw food pot luck. Slap bang in the dead of winter perhaps wasn’t the best time to introduce a carb-loving gal like myself to raw food, but, the concept has grown on me and I’ve definitely become a lover, and not a hater!
Since then, I’ve been to a number of Caroline’s raw food pot lucks, and have increased my skill and knowledge massively – as well as meeting some interesting people. A huge part of my diet is now raw – I do still love a hot supper, but since discovering raw chocolate pies and fudges, I don’t think I’ll be tempted by processed treats again!
I suppose the idea of going raw is probably still a bit radical for most, but if you have look at what you eat a lot of during the day, you’ll probably notice quite a bit of it to be raw – unless you spend all your time chomping on sweeties!
Caroline runs her own raw food business – Good Food, Good Feelings – she runs classes and workshops, can supply a full weeks eats and juices, is a KCR and massage wonder worker – her talents are endless, can highly recommend getting in touch with her if you want to find out more!