The Rawvolution Continues Recipe: Hawaiian Heat

0 Comments 07 January 2014

hawaiian-drink_300Have a juicer? Combat the winter blues with this healthy, tropical concoction from The Rawvolution Continues: The Living Foods Movement in 150 Natural and Delicious Recipes.

Makes 3 Servings

Pineapple juice and cayenne are a surprisingly delicious combination. We first had a version of this drink on our honeymoon in Maui.

1 medium-size pineapple, peeled and juiced
4-inch piece peeled fresh ginger, juiced
1 ¼ cups fresh lemon juice
½ teaspoon crushed red chile peppers

Combine all of the ingredients in a large pitcher and stir. Serve chilled.

Rawvolutionary Hero

Edmond Bordeaux Szekely was a Hungarian philologist, linguist, philosopher, and psychologist. Szekely claimed that while studying at the Vatican in 1923 he found and translated several obscure Hebrew and Aramaic texts which he said proved the Essenes were vegetarians, and that vegetarianism and raw foodism were prescribed by Jesus. The first texts were published as The Essene Gospel of Peace in 1928.

The Rawvolution Continues

The Rawvolution Continues

Matt Amsden


Matt Amsden has established himself as one of the world’s premier raw food chefs. He founded his raw food delivery business, the first of its kind, to supply prepared raw meals throughout the United States. Matt lives with his wife, Janabai, and their twin sons, Cochise and Guthrie, in Topanga, California.

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