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Top RAW Food Potluck in Scottsdale!
March 9 @ 5:30 pm - 8:15 pm UTC-7
Come and experience the grandeur, the spectacle, the wonder of the world’s most succulent and tantalizing foods. You’ll discover new and creative dishes, consisting of savory and satisfying flavors, from foodstuffs found only in Nature. Get Real. Have Fun. Enjoy Life. And Living Foods!
This is a potluck, so please bring a Vegan RAW food dish (veggies/nuts, herbs/spices, salt, olive oil are generally acceptable ingredients for dishes), or a salad (fruits, veggies, nuts, spices), or a fruit/veggie platter for eight (or more) people. Don’t know what to bring? There are literally 4.63 gazillion recipes on the Internet. Type in the words: “Raw Food Recipes” with a search and see what happens!
To see what others have brought at past Meetups to this event visit: https://www.meetup.com/VEGphx/photos/29509277/
HOUSE RULES at Natural Grocers: No items with gluten whatsoever are allowed, there’s no soliciting or selling of anything at the store (which are the exclusive realm of the venue hosting the event). And to cut down on costs/waste, please bring your own plate, utensils, and drinking cup. Also, if you could list the ingredients of your dish, that would be helpful to people with allergy issues. Finally, we must have cleaned and vacated the potluck room (just inside the front door to the left) by 8:15pm. Please cooperate in that regard.
Please be advised that this is a RAW-Vegan potluck. For those persons unfamiliar with “raw,” that generally means no foodstuffs that have been heavily processed/heated/cooked. In other words, “raw” typically entails foodstuffs as Nature intended (e.g., fresh fruits, vegetables, nuts/seeds, sprouts) which have all their nutrients intact, and not cooked out of existence, nor processed into oblivion. Most manufactured/canned/bottled/packaged foods, such as popcorn, chips, Veganaise, etc. are typically not “raw”; though, cold-pressed olive oil, raw coconut aminos, raw agave, spices, and salt are generally-acceptable exceptions to the non-packaging precept.
For those persons not familiar with the term “vegan,” that generally means free from animal products and their derivatives. This includes all dairy products, honey, and whey. If, on the off chance that someone new attends this event, and is unfamiliar with the RAW-Vegan parameter of the event, please be in keeping with the longstanding tradition of the leadership and members of the Vegetarian Society of Phoenix to be accepting/understanding (in the moment) of all people, their current level of awareness, and their own individual paths in life. This means that if there is a particular potluck item that is not entirely “raw” and not entirely “vegan,” do your part (in a calm and loving way) to help make sure that this item is clearly labeled as such, and let the participants at the event decide for themselves whether or not to indulge in it.