Re: [RawPortland] Raw folks in Mexico...
- Where in Mexico? It's a big place! :)I thought People's had raw (hullless) oat groats in their bulk section? They look sort of like barley...Celeste (in Beaverton)----- Original Message -----From: Christopher AnnSent: Tuesday, October 04, 2005 11:36 AMSubject: [RawPortland] Raw folks in Mexico...Hello all, Thanks so much for the great response to my source inquiry for
raw almonds!! Still checking it out.
I would be interested in finding raw communities/individuals in
Mexico...does anyone know of this? I will be going there this winter to get
some dental work done and would like to connect if possible.
Also, I am now looking for a source of raw oat groats.
Thanks in advance.
All the best,
Celeste in Carlton
- Dear Friends,
We are talking about the whole, bred-to-not-be-'born'-without-hulls oat
groats available at People's (and maybe other places, such as The Daily
The rolled oats are never raw/living.
How can you tell the difference without calling the manufacturer? The
living oats sprout after being soaked and put in a dark place. :) The dead
Celeste, you've reminded me that I hardly ever eat this food, even though
it's inexpensive (compared to almonds at $10/lb, anyway!) and low calorie.
I guess I'm just so addicted to the ease and speed of green smoothies and
Celeste in Beaverton
----- Original Message -----
From: "Christopher Ann" <blar@...>
To: "Celeste Crimi" <rcrimi14@...>
Sent: Wednesday, October 05, 2005 6:57 AM
Subject: Re: [RawPortland] Raw folks in Mexico...
>I did get an email about People's...I had been getting these at the Daily
> Grind, but there was some question if they were really raw.
> I have identified a dentist in Mexico City that does the porcelin crowns
> that I want, but am checking to see where else in Mexico there might be
> dentists. I may be traveling to several areas.
> Celeste in Carlton