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This video is nearly 10 minutes long (sorry, we'll aim for shorter ones in the future), but shows a full process for making a delicious, spicy nut dip. From there, we show two options for making the sandwich -- one using dehydrated raw bread, another using lettuce as the wrapper. I wanted to add that the packaged raw bread used herein is from Love Force, a great company that has provided sponsorship support to Pure Jeevan in the past. Here's a link to their site in case you're interested acquiring some of their bread or finding out where it's sold. (It's very good, as are their raw organic energy bars!)

Original Comments

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p class='originalcommentintro'>On October 10, 2008, Pixy Lisa wrote:

That was a cool video. Love the doggie. Is it a greyhound? That first sandwich looked like a Dagwood one by the time he stacked all that lettuce on there. LOL!
XO
Pixy Lisa

On October 11, 2008, purejeevanblog wrote:

Thanks Pixy! She's a Blue Doberman, actually. We rescued her last year from a Doby rescue place in Pittsburgh. Great dog, but still a puppy and still learning some things. She's also on a biologically appropriate raw food diet, her health improving since we switched her to this many months ago. The blue dobys often have a problem losing their hair, which is what prompted us to switch her to the raw diet. Our vet, a rare holistic veterinary practitioner, actually recommends this diet, and also recommends against vaccinations for her.

Yes, those sandwiches are huge and messy, but oh so delicious! -Jim

On October 11, 2008, Pixy Lisa wrote:

That's cool about the vet and the diet. My babies are raw too. They go to a holistic vet who doesn't believe in vaccinations either.

On January 20, 2009, penny wrote:

Thank you for the video, I enjoyed it except for the music in the background.

On January 20, 2009, purejeevanblog wrote:

Thanks, Penny! We stopped making the videos for a bit because we didn't
have the best equipment, so the sound quality wasn't great. We have better
equipment, now, and will be picking back up with the Know Your Food video
series again sometime soon.

Thanks for stopping by and for leaving a comment!

Lots of love to you,

Wendi
XOXOXO

On January 23, 2009, Lexxie wrote:

Thanks for the recipe.A friendly suggestion for next time: skip the annoying background music.

On January 23, 2009, purejeevanblog wrote:

Thanks for your comment, Lexxie. ;-)

We are learning as we are creating. We have since purchased better
equipment and editing software, so the future videos should have a better
quality to them.

Lots of love to you,

Wendi
XOXOXO

On January 27, 2009, g11571157 wrote:

The music in the back round is beautiful but its kind of hard to hear what he is saying
with all that music

On January 27, 2009, purejeevanblog wrote:

Yes, we are aware of the sound problem. We have better equipment, now, and
will try to have the sound quality come through a lot better.

Thanks for your comment.

Lots of love to you,

Wendi
XOXOXO