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Raw Wraps, Tortillas, Tacos or Crackers.

I saw this great video on Everyday Dish TV and had to share it with all of you. I am always looking for great ideas on how to make things for the family that are healthy and taste great.  These wraps are simple to make and raw food chef Elaina Love makes it look so easy! Check it out!

Raw Corn Tortilla Wrap from Everyday Dish TV on Vimeo.

What I love about raw food cuisine, is that you can make it into 3 or 4 different things, depending on the thickness, size, shape, and dehydrating times. Another aspect I like, is that you can taste everything you are making and eat it at any time. You don’t necessarily have to wait the alotted time to consume your masterpiece! And lastly, you can “play” with your food and not burn you fingers. Yah!

Here is a fun picture of the dogs at clicker class. It is a great class a good friend of mine KJB teaches. We are working on targeting to discern a shape from other shapes (triangle from a circle, square and a heart). A go-out and sit. Recalls with many different distractions. Calling two dogs at the same time. Also, we are working on recalls with a drop or down asked just after the dog starts to come. Another element is loose lead walking with a drop instead of a sit when you stop. It is really a challenge for all of us. Lots of practice, which is good because we engage the mind and body of the dog and we get to spend more quality time together. YEH!

Maggie, Emma & Betty.

Maggie, Emma and Betty at Clicker Class.

Enjoy cooking and the food you create!  Have some fun with your animal friends!

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