We tried different dehydrated fruit, we like the most so far
The Green Market is an all vegan event we love to go to meet amazing people and eat some great food.
+ lange dehydration area
+ metall sheets
– quit pricy
– chemical smell when new
– don’t dehydrate super evenly, rotation necessary
We bought this dehydrator in NYC and took it to Costa Rica to dehydrate coconut meat, kale and tomatoes. We loved it especially because it’s so easy to take apart and to clean with a water hose. In Germany, this one wouldn’t work without an extra huge power adapter.
+ light weight
+ easy to clean
+ large dehydration area
We stayed in Vienna for 2 weeks and ate at simply raw bakery almost everyday. Not just the food is amazing, the whole place is a hidden treasure in the middle of the otherwise very touristy center of Vienna. We got to try many different raw vegan dishes and can’t to share our wonderful experience with you.
Small soup, salad & small dessert
We had the menu (9,90€) once the and fell in love with the salad. As we share all the dishes, we love to get the full sizes of the salad and the soup. All the components change weekly.
Beet soup with avocado and horseradish.
We had the beet soup (5,90€) as a part of the menu and also the full size. I love horseradish, it’s spicy and delicious. I found the soup too watery and liquidy at first, but it was flavorful and filling nevertheless.
Tomato soup with avocado and basil.
We had the tomato soup (5,90€) slightly warm the second time, with no oil and salt. The first time, we ordered it without the alterations. It was absolutely delicious, maybe a touch too salty, but creamy and rich. The second time our custom soup was warm, which we loved, but a little too spicy and less creamy. We will get it with no salt but with the oil the next time.
With radish, tomato, bell peppers, grapefruit, basil dressing and croutons.
The salads (9,90€) are always refreshing and filling. We love the creamy dressing and the daily slightly different ingredients. I never gets boring.
Vanilla-coconut ice cream
The ice cream (2X2,50€) is rich and fluffy, more like a whipped cream. The coconut taste is well hidden, it tastes like a super delicious vanilla cream. We like it best with berries and chocolate sauce.
Veggies with hummus & chive bread, granola with fresh fruits & cashew-mylk, chocolate mousse with orange.
The breakfast (16,90 €) is an amazing meal and a tasting plate at the same time. We immediately fell in love with the hummus and the granola after having it at our first visit. Definetely recommend it for any meal of the day.
With fresh fruits, & homemade cashew-mylk.
The granola (6,90 €) is our breakfast go to dish. We had it with different fruit and almond or cashew milk. Loved all the variations.
zucchini hummus with tomatoes, cucumber,
olives & homemade rawfood bread
The hummus (7,90 €) is amazing, it doesn’t taste like a chickpea hummus, it has it’s own light and fresh taste and it’s creamy. Our twick on the hummus is to get it with no extra drizzled oil on top and no salt. We ordered it with extra bread the first time, but it’s unnecessary, as the bread and the veggies are pretty well balanced with the amount of hummus.
2 slices of banana bread with apricot jam
or our simply (not raw*) nougatella
The nougatella is not raw!! There is the option of getting it with chocolate sauce, vanilla sauce, or jam.
Homemade raw bread with simply raw vegan onion ‚schmaltz‘
The bread (3,90 €) is amazing. The spread tastes exactly like the real schmalz, a far as I can remember. We had it almost every time we ate at the restaurant. Sometimes, they would sprinkle extra salt and pepper all over the plate, but you can ask them not to.
Simply raw pizza with basil, cashew, onion, rock salt
The pizza (10,90 €) was good. The “cheese” on top was a nice treat, taste pretty much like parmesan. The base and the sauce were delicious and flavorful. The base was thiner than the breads and the tomato sauce tasted like a delicious italian pasta alla bolognese. We forgot to order it with no extra oil on top.
Homemade raw bread with tomato-salsa: tomatoes, spring onions, rocket, olive oil
Bruschetta (4,90 €) is made of raw bread, green creamy spread and tomatoes with oil. We ordered it without the oil the second time and it was even tastier. Sometimes, they would sprinkle extra salt and pepper all over the plate, but you can ask them not to.
With lettuce, veggies and
sour cream dressing
We loved the raw vegan sour cream dressing in the club sandwich (10,90 €).
Lamb‘s lettuce, zucchini, carrot, tomatoes, rocket,
avocado, sprouts, coconut yoghurt, peanut dressing, sprouted quinoa.
The Big Buddha (12,90 €) was delicious, a perfect lunch meal. We subbed the peanut dressing with the salad dressing as the peanuts are roasted. The quinoa can be sprouted or cooked, make sure you order what you want.
The Kaiserschmarrn (6,90 €) as I remember it is soft and fluffy, the Kaiserschmarrn here was on the drier site, and tasted like crumbles on the cake. I don’t like dry pasty, so it wasn’t for me. Stefan loved it though, he likes dry pastry and cake crumbles.
Cupcakes are 4,50€ a piece. We tried poppyseed-lemon, double chocolate, banana-pecan, chocolate-banana and many more.
We loved the chocolate, the red velvet and the banana base the best. The strawberry cream and the lemony cream were our favs.
Cakes (4,90€) change daily and are all delicious. We love the almond and chia base and fruity creams.
Sachertorte is a must for a Vienna visitor, this raw vegan version is not just tastier as the original, it’s also better for the animals and the planet.
Served with chocolate sauce.
The tiramisu (6,90 €) is creamy, rich and simply delicious. Every layer is delicious in its own way. The almond base is moist and flavorful, the other layers creamy and sweet. The bitter chocolate sauce is a perfect contrasting addition to this perfect cake.
Only available when the large organic strawberries are in season. So worth trying! A different kind of a raw dessert that we haven’t had anywhere else. We ordered extra vanilla sauce.
Simply raw bakery is a lovely place to have breakfast or lunch or just a piece of an amazing raw cake. It’s a family business run by the most amazing people, sometimes you can spot one of the 2 family dogs hanging out in the background, they are super friendly and cute. We love the incredible chill atmosphere, the fast and friendly service and the daily changing cakes. We got to try so many different thing there while in Vienna.
We were also amazed by the flexibility of the stuff to accommodate our wishes for low-salt and oil-free dished. The ingredients are organic and the prices considering the quality and the labor intensity of preparing raw gourmet dishes almost too low. An onther huge plus is the complete absence of animal products, no hidden milk or cheese and no honey, which is super rare even at “raw vegan” places.
*One thing I would love to see changed in the future, the labeling of cooked/roasted ingredients. I would make the ordering easier for me and other raw foodies. We accidentally ended up getting not raw dishes despite reading the menu carefully and consulting with the service. The dished known to me containing roasted nuts are nougatella spread (it is sold in jars and served with some dishes like banana bread), as well as sweets and dressings containing peanuts (sweets containing roasted peanuts can be a part of the lunch menu).
Nougatella is not raw*.
We would recommend anyone trying the amazing food at simply raw bakery and taking some pictures there, the place is just lovely.
I had a super chill sunday, i was working on youtube videos for the next week, stefan cleaned the whole house and I convinced him he doesn’t need a workout after that. So it was super important to go for a walk to get some fresh air and movement and to enjoy the sunset
The leaves smell lemony fresh, always a pleasure to walk by and touch the lives gentely.
Dill pickles are very popular in Germany. Unfortunately, they are not so easy to make raw and with no salt. It’s so much easier to achieve almost the same taste with sauerkraut and dill.
I almost always make just a basic pure cabbage recipe, sometimes I feel like adding different spices and herbs. Never ever one should assume that spices that you hate will make the sauerkraut better later. Only use your favorite ingredients.
Carrots are Stefans favorite dish. He consumes them as if they were a complete dish, in huge quantities, peeled with some tahini. Cabbage isn’t something he would usually ask for, so I started to ferment carrots with a little cabbage for him. And he loves it.
You can cut, slice or grate the carrots. I love to cut them with a noodle peeler. It’s fast and beautiful.
I haven’t tried to pickle carrots without cabbage, I kind of assume you need the cabbage to start the fermentation.
I don’t like adding salt, I try to use a small amount if any.
Kimchi is a traditional korean dish made with chinese cabbage, leek, garlic and ginger along with many other ingredients such as veggies, spicy paprika and more.
Most kimchi is dark orange from added gochutgaru (chili powder). I like white kimchi way better so my cabbage kimchi will be white.
I can’t live without sauerkraut. It adds the flavour and textures that lacks in our raw food diet otherwise. Some people eat sauerkraut for its probiotics, I eat it for the taste. The taste only.
Store bought contains lots of salt and we all know that we probably eat too much salt with all the other foods we consume daily. A sauerkraut lovers like me can’t restrict her sauerkraut consumption. For me, the only around it, is to make my own no or low salt sauerkraut. There is also no vinegar in my sauerkraut recipe.
I used to believe that making sauerkraut is really time consuming, it felt like a 2-days-event back when I was a child and all the family members had to participate. Stefan kind of told me that he did not want to help me with it and I had to reconsider the familiar method. I simplified all the steps to the extent that I make a 1 gallon jar once a week and it only takes me 10-15 minutes.
N°1 Fresh organic cabbage!
N°2 Never add spices and herb you don’t like!
N°3 Clean everything. Clean the veggies and the utensils properly. Don’t forget your hands.
N°4 Use drinking water for the sauerkraut, not the chlorinated!
Tenerife Sunset over pacific, what a magical evening!
Walking by these beauties every day on the way to the car.
Little market with some organic fruits and veggies.
Great view over Los Angeles, for free
We stayed in Siverlake around Halloween for 3 weeks. We chose this location based on the existence of an Ashtanga yoga studio and a farmers market. We were heavily into Ashtanga yoga back then and made it to the Mysore class 6 in the morning despite the European jet leg the very next day after arriving. The farmers market turned out too small and operated only on a few days out of the week. Luckily, in the evening of arrival we made it just in time to a near by a partially raw restaurant, Sage.
The area was very hipster and busy, which we enjoyed. Unfortunately, the spot of hipster business was a tiny oasis in the dessert of resedential area. The nearest health food store was miles away, it took us an hour and $70 each to get there, we did the mistake of buying a monthly bus pass. The bus ride was so exhausting and smelly, the back row was occupied by a drunk homeless person, it remains our last one in LA and probably the most expensive short trip we’ve ever taken. The day after, we rented a car.
We had a nice airbnb room with a huge shared are and a dog. The hosts were super amazing, couldn’t have imagined a more welcoming start in Los Angeles.
Can a Word Sound Like a Shape Before You Have Seen It? Sound-Shape Mapping Prior to Conscious Awareness
Shao-Min Hung, Suzy J. Styles, Po-Jang Hsieh
Psychological Science Vol 28, Issue 3, pp. 263 – 275 First published date: January-01-2017
The Road to Bribery and Corruption
Nils C. Köbis, Jan-Willem van Prooijen, Francesca Righetti, Paul A. M. Van Lange
Psychological Science Vol 28, Issue 3, pp. 297 – 306 First published date: January-01-2017
Same Story, Different Story
Yaara Yeshurun, Stephen Swanson, Erez Simony, , Janice Chen, , Christina Lazaridi, Christopher J. Honey, Uri Hasson,
Psychological Science Vol 28, Issue 3, pp. 307 – 319 First published date: January-01-2017 10.1177/0956797616682029
Why Do We Hate Hypocrites? Evidence for a Theory of False Signaling
Jillian J. Jordan, Roseanna Sommers, Paul Bloom, David G. Rand,
Psychological Science Vol 28, Issue 3, pp. 356 – 368 First published date: January-01-2017
The Novelty Penalty
Gus Cooney, Daniel T. Gilbert, Timothy D. Wilson
Psychological Science Vol 28, Issue 3, pp. 380 – 394 First published date: January-01-2017 10.1177/0956797616685870
Shame, Dissociation, and Complex PTSD Symptoms in Traumatized Psychiatric and Control Groups: Direct and Indirect Associations With Relationship Distress
Dorahy, M. J., Corry, M., Black, R., Matheson, L., Coles, H., Curran, D., Seager, L., Middleton, W. and Dyer, K. F. W.
Elevated shame and dissociation are common in dissociative identity disorder (DID) and chronic posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and are part of the constellation of symptoms defined as complex PTSD. Previous work examined the relationship between shame, dissociation, and complex PTSD and whether they are associated with intimate relationship anxiety, relationship depression, and fear of relationships. This study investigated these variables in traumatized clinical samples and a nonclinical community group.
Participants were drawn from the DID (n = 20), conflict-related chronic PTSD (n = 65), and nonclinical (n = 125) populations and completed questionnaires assessing the variables of interest. A model examining the direct impact of shame and dissociation on relationship functioning, and their indirect effect via complex PTSD symptoms, was tested through path analysis.
The DID sample reported significantly higher dissociation, shame, complex PTSD symptom severity, relationship anxiety, relationship depression, and fear of relationships than the other two samples. Support was found for the proposed model, with shame directly affecting relationship anxiety and fear of relationships, and pathological dissociation directly affecting relationship anxiety and relationship depression. The indirect effect of shame and dissociation via complex PTSD symptom severity was evident on all relationship variables.
Shame and pathological dissociation are important for not only the effect they have on the development of other complex PTSD symptoms, but also their direct and indirect effects on distress associated with relationships.
J. Clin. Psychol., 73: 439–448. doi:10.1002/jclp.22339
Perceptual Learning of Intonation Contour Categories in Adults and 9- to 11-Year-Old Children: Adults Are More Narrow-Minded.
Kapatsinski, V., Olejarczuk, P. and Redford, M. A.
We report on rapid perceptual learning of intonation contour categories in adults and 9- to 11-year-old children. Intonation contours are temporally extended patterns, whose perception requires temporal integration and therefore poses significant working memory challenges. Both children and adults form relatively abstract representations of intonation contours: Previously encountered and novel exemplars are categorized together equally often, as long as distance from the prototype is controlled. However, age-related differences in categorization performance also exist. Given the same experience, adults form narrower categories than children. In addition, adults pay more attention to the end of the contour, while children appear to pay equal attention to the beginning and the end. The age range we examine appears to capture the tail-end of the developmental trajectory for learning intonation contour categories: There is a continuous effect of age on category breadth within the child group, but the oldest children (older than 10;3) are adult-like.
Cogn Sci, 41: 383–415. First published: 22 February 2016 doi:10.1111/cogs.12345
Effects of Manipulation on Attributions of Causation, Free Will, and Moral Responsibility.
Murray, D. and Lombrozo, T.
Cogn Sci, 41: 447–481. First published: 11 February 2016doi:10.1111/cogs.12338
The structure of common emotion regulation strategies: A meta-analytic examination.
Naragon-Gainey, Kristin; McMahon, Tierney P.; Chacko, Thomas P.
Psychological Bulletin, Vol 143(4), Apr 2017, 384-427. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/bul0000093
Lying takes time: A meta-analysis on reaction time measures of deception.
Suchotzki, Kristina; Verschuere, Bruno; Van Bockstaele, Bram; Ben-Shakhar, Gershon; Crombez, Geert
Psychological Bulletin, Vol 143(4), Apr 2017, 428-453. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/bul0000087
Lifestyle intervention effects on the frequency and duration of daily moderate–vigorous physical activity and leisure screen time.
Conroy, David E.; Hedeker, Donald; McFadden, H. G.; Pellegrini, Christine A.; Pfammatter, Angela F.; Phillips, Siobhan M.; Siddique, Juned; Spring, Bonnie
Health Psychology, Vol 36(4), Apr 2017, 299-308. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/hea0000418
Bidirectional associations between personality and physical activity in adulthood.
Allen, Mark S.; Magee, Christopher A.; Vella, Stewart A.; Laborde, Sylvain
Health Psychology, Vol 36(4), Apr 2017, 332-336. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/hea0000371
Self-affirmation increases defensiveness toward health risk information among those experiencing negative emotions: Results from two national samples.
Ferrer, Rebecca A.; Klein, William M. P.; Graff, Kaitlin A.
Health Psychology, Vol 36(3), Mar 2017, 226-235. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/hea0000440
A brief tool to differentiate factors contributing to insomnia complaints.
Townsend, Donald; Kazaglis, Louis; Savik, Kay; Smerud, Adam; Iber, Conrad
Health Psychology, Vol 36(3), Mar 2017, 291-297. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/hea0000442
Getting around the city is so much faster and easier on the bike.
1.The quick way:
2. An other option:
1.The quick way:
2. An other option:
Since smelling it in Costa RIca for the first time, I’m in love with the mild sweet scent.ß>
Raw vegan during the winter.
Assisted Pull-up Machine “Klimmzuggerät mit Gegengewicht”
What I don’t like anymore, but loved before: Erasable Pens
What I don’t buy anymore: Snacks
Get the Isabella font i used here at creativemarket.com
Just living is not enough… one must have sunshine, freedom, and a little flower.
Hans Christian Andersen
Scandal – Funny Moments
Scandal – Bloopers
Portia de Rossi
Cornelius Smith Jr.
Henry Ian Cusick
After watching a Shonda Rhimes giving a TED Talk “My year of saying yes to everything” I got curious about the shows besides “How to get away with murder” that I’m watching at the moment. Scandal was an instant addiction.
How to Get Away with Murder – Behind the scenes
How to Get Away with Murder – Bloopers
How to Get Away with Murder Facts:
Aja Naomi King
I love it and I hate it, but I can’t stop watching it. The time traveling annoys me a little, I wanna
Sex and the City – Funny Moments
Sex and the City – Bloopers
The Sex and the City Facts:
Sarah Jessica Parker
Douglas J. Cuomo
“Sex and the City Theme”
My love for NYC grew with every season of Sex and the City stronger and stronger.
The Nanny – Pilot
The Nanny – Funny Moments
The Nanny – Bloopers
One of the funniest and easy to watch shows I can remember. The yiddish humour is to die for.
The Nanny Facts:
Peter Marc Jacobson
Ann Morgan Guilbert
Ann Hampton Callaway
Opening theme “The Nanny Named Fran”
Friends – Pilot
Friends – Funny Moments
Friends – Bloopers
Immediately after starting to watch the show I fell in love with NYC. It was much later that I found out the show was primarily shot in LA. Nevertheless, my memory of NYC in the 90th is tightly bound with this show. I watched and rematched it several times, it never gets old, it never gets boring. I’m still dreaming of living with my best friends across the hall, don’t we all dream of it?
“I’ll Be There for You” by The Rembrandts
No, don’t even use them there. I always bring my own vegan body care products.
No, but there was a stop sign in my first shared apartment on the bathroom door as I moved in. It was hideous, I made it disappear.
No, but I pose for most pictures.
There is always music playing in my head when I need it.
I was never a fan. But I might watch em accidentally on the plane. Sometimes, I show my childhood cartoons to my husband and explain them, they are i Russian and he doesn’t speak Russian.
On the internet.
Heels in heart, fats in real life.
Not a big movie fan. But if I had to, Star Wars.
No, there is nothing wrong with being nude, but the media sexualises it, don’t wanna be a part of that.
9 years ago.
Yes, in a good and in a bad way.
Yes, hate them.
Never had one.
Fruitadmin knows all my passwords.
I never touch food with my dirty hands and refuse to eat it if someone else touched it with their dirty hands. People get offended.I don’t get sick or disgusted.
Broke my iPhone. But it cut me in exchange. We are good.
Working till I’m too tired to brush my teeth.
Have no idea. We were very young, we broke up suddenly.
Yes and no. There is a line I wouldn’t cross, but on average, I would say I am.
It was last year. It didn’t help.
In 4 of 5 areas of life they are. In 1, they don’t.
His work moral. And his time off moral.
There is one insect I hate since I was a child. Thank you Bee Maya. It’s not a bee!!
I had one, and it was very easy to plan. Best wedding ever!
Most of the times.
Wanna share the shortcuts I’ve discovered.
I was born in 1984.
Riding a rollercoaster.
Raw vegan chocolate.
Wherever we are for more than 12 hours.
We LOVE snacks, raw vegan snacks! Chocolate, bars, cookies are our staples. But chips? We are sceptical and excited at the same time!
I love this oil-free salt-free super easy recipe over zucchini noodles and on raw bread.
Best tips for picking a ripe amazing sweet watermelon.
Tap it, squish it, smell it, inspect it.
Look for a bright full color
Large melons are more likely fully developed and ripe
Tap, tap, tap! A watermelon should sound kind of like when your hitting your chest.
It shouldn’t be soft. Look for a firm melon.
Raw Cacao Butter, Raw Cacao Powder, Raw Agave Syrup, Ground Vanilla.
We bought it in Paris at this organic market
We payed 4,99€ for 70g.
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We tried the Chocolate Chip Rawkin’ Roons today.
By one of my fav potters in Berlin. Dirk Aleksic.
By one of my fav potters in Berlin. Dirk Aleksic.
We get it a lot: “I would eat raw if I lived where you live!”. Actually, we started eating raw in Germany during the winter, we had no intention to move to a warmer place. And it worked out so well, we even stopped drinking warm tea after just one week eating raw. There are so many reasons people come up with to not to change their habits and believes, “there is no fruit where I live” is just one of them. Actually, the fruit situation in the tropics if not as paradisiac as we’ve imagined.
Only a few different fruits are available at a time. Most fruits, like mangos, are only in season for a very short period of time. Back in Germany, even in the coldest winter, there are oranges, bananas, persimmons, apples and some exotic fruit for the same prise we would pay in Bangkok, but in Germany they will even be certified organic.
Good quality fruit is never cheap, if you try to buy organic or non sprayed fruit, it is always much more expensive and harder to find. Drinking water in gals bottles is 2 to 3 times more expensive than back home. Prepping a salad takes 5 times longer thank bach home as you can’t use tap water to wash the produce.
Food related costs like water you need to buy and expensive drinking water are an additions spending and effort living in the tropics requires.
Eating raw is as hard and as expensive in colder climates as it is in warm climate if you care about the quality of your food. If you want to eat raw, you can make it happen pretty much anywhere. And if you don’t, there is always an excuse.
My first foot steps in Asia were made in Bangkok. This city is nothing like I was imagining it. It is far more exxtreme. The good things are mtuch better, the bad much worse.
Temples are a must on your first visit. Make sure to check the opening hours and national_holidays.
We found our both condos on airbnb, we loved the incredible view and the central location. Modern condos have great pools, gyms and roof top terraces. Only the plumbing could be improved, most bathrooms and bedrooms smell like sewage in Thailand.
We love the gourmet grocery stores for their amazing organic mangos and some other organic fruit like apple bananas, papaya, greens, and veggies. We had most luck in these here
Other gourmet markets are in Siam Paragon, K Village, Terminal 21.
Cabs are simply disgusting in Bangkok. Every driver we ever had smokes inside the car and tried to cover the smell with the more disgusting scent. We took a regular cap from the airport and after waining for 40 minutes we endet up sitting in a stinking hell for another 40 minutes. We should have called an Uber. Uber driver have much cleaner cars, we never sate in a smelly car. Download the uber app.. Get your discount code here Startguthaben für dich.
My parents came visiting as I was assembling the second burger to take a picture on the balcony of our Airbnb apartment. My parents could have thought I’m crazy running around with the burger instead of giving them the full attention, but they know me, I just have to take a pic for instagram, it’s not that I like this burger more than them, I just have to share it with you guys.
The link to the straws we use is in my bio 💚 happy #earthday guys #🌍 me and @fruitadmin bough a stainless steel straw 6 years ago and refused using plastic straws at home and at the restaurants. It was mostly about the BPA and other nasty chemicals in the plastic straws, but when I think about how much plastic would have been wasted if we didn't stop using plastic straws 😱 metal straws are easy to clan, light weight, they never break, and are non-toxic. We also use glass straws at home. I will try to inspire as many people as possible to give up single use straws and hope you can try as well 💋💋 #safetheplanet #vegan #bpafree #waste
Giving up single use cutely and straws helps to minimise plastic trash.