Vegan MOFO, Day 26: Earth Cafe Raw Cheesecake

Yes, once again I have not lived up to my own expectations with Vegan MOFO this year. I really thought I had it together until the big move happened, which led to unpacking the kitchen and getting WiFi.

The happy news is that I finally found all my kitchen gear (geez, I am pretty sure I am a kitchen gadget hoarder) and we should have WiFi today! Sad news is that I completely broke my diet during the move, which oddly enough has left my injured shoulder in a lot of pain. This is only note worthy because four days into the diet, the pain was gone.

Since I haven’t made anything I decided to share my new favorite store bought deliciousness. Earth Cafe out of Laguna Niguel, CA makes raw cheesecake. I especially like the fact that even though it is made with coconut, it is not the the first thing you taste. We have tried the blueberry, carob and raspberry. Raspberry is my favorite!




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4 Responses to Vegan MOFO, Day 26: Earth Cafe Raw Cheesecake

  1. Johanna GGG says:

    your vegan mofo posts are interesting – love the smoked pecan and chickpea facon – glad to finally catch up with your blog before mofo ended

  2. Anonymous says:

    I would simply like to say… I firmly commend your Vegan MOFO effort this year. After reading your “Dad says it’s toxic” story and the accompanying recipes it inspired, I am very touched by the effort you have invested in dedicating this year’s MOFO to helping your family members heal – physically and emotionally – through the therapeutic co-creation and sharing of food.

    I have really struggled with food all my life, and unfortunately I find it very hard to eat what I “should” as many raw foods are extremely difficult for me to digest without becoming sick. Almost ironic and counter intuitive, right? Changes in taste preference, food tolerance and nutritional needs have really rocked my dietary world, however, your MOFO entries have inspired me to rethink my body’s needs and invest more effort in making it work. I appreciate you sharing this food journey with others, and for being transparent about failures, disappointments, and moments when time and energy fail in addition to your successes. Sometimes I find the vegan food arena to be dangerously snobbish and “purer than thou” (read unrealistic) – your candidness is accessible and refreshing.

    Thank you again for your MOFO share. 🙂

    • Thank you so much for taking the time to comment. Life has been busy lately and I have been having a difficult time finding motivation to blog lately. Reading this is just what I needed!!!

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