Archive for April, 2010

Wild Food Foraging Walk with Robin Harford of Eat Weeds & Raw Wild Edibles Lunch~19th June 2010


Join us on Saturday 19th June for a morning of foraging for wild edibles here in Suffolk, and participate in making a lunch from our harvest. Robin Harford of Eat Weeds UK will leading us on a foraging foray in field and on the banks of the estuary, to collect what mother nature has to offer in terms of free, wild, edible plants. After a 3 hour walk we will return to Hill Cottage to prepare lunch from our wild gatherings. In June the banks of the estuary are the best source of wild edibles, with delicacies such as Samphire to sample. Robin is the UK’s leading expert on wild edible foraging and wild plant identification, here is one of the testimonials from his class:

“Wild foods pointed out and carefully described by Robin, combined with histories or anecdotes lend more than charm to a day in the countryside. Confidence increases as he takes one through a meadow bursting with hitherto undiscovered treasures. The meal which sometimes follows  is prepared from the bounty collected and prepared by all—a feast of fresh and vibrant salads, hearty soups, pickles and more. The next day I continued to feel satiated—and not just on the food. I felt a new burst of energy, such as I have never had with frozen foods or supermarket veg. Find out for yourself.” – A. R. Korula, PhD

Space is limited, so advance booking is essential. The walk will begin at 10am and the day finishes after lunch. The price for the class including lunch is £45pp. Please contact me to reserve your place.

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New Breakfast Menu Addition



Usually i start the day by a walk in the woods foraging for wild edible plants to bring home and add to my green juice…But today is Sunday, a day of rest and a good day to treat myself to a taste of my new breakfast creation fresh out of the dehydrator…Rawberrielicious pancakes with cashew cream….What a treat! Made from ground flax seeds, carrots, apples, raisins, mixed spice and maple syrup, they are also good for you and full of Omega’s, nutrients & vitamins…So you needn’t feel guilty!

Now it’s time to go off to the woods…The bluebells are just starting to come out and the wildflower meadow is full of cowslips, so beautiful…..

I will be releasing dates soon for this years “Foraging for Wild Raw Edibles Class” and “Wild Herbal Class for Natural Beauty”…Both classes with be a combination of foraging in the wild for edible raw wild plants that can be used for raw food dishes and juices and herbs for skin and body preparations.

I hope you can join us at the next Potluck on May 16th, where we will take a wild walk in the woods after lunch to see the bluebells.

I will be giving a Free Talk at The Harmony Center in Walpole on Thursday 20th May on Raw Living Foods and detoxing your Life.

My next Raw Food Class is on May 22nd, space is limited and its getting booked up already, so please contact me asap to reserve your place.

On a more personal note, my eldest brother has now been raw for 2 weeks and has lost 2kg and is intent on healing his diabetes naturally through diet. He and his family are having a lot of fun researching information and trying out new recipes in their dehydrator. His colleagues are asking what the “green stuff” is that he takes to work each day…and he works in one of the Big Pharma companies in Switzerland!! My dream is that in some small way, by him healing himself naturally through raw vegan foods, that he can have some impact on a corporation that for far too long has dictated the “magic pill” for all disease, but never actually got to the root cause or cure.

April 25th is “Reversing Diabetes Action Day”, Dr Gabriel Cousens who runs The Tree of Life Center in Arizona who specialize in reversing diabetes on a raw vegan diet in 30 days…is giving a special offer on his life changing DVD’s with 50% off unti April 30th…so check out this deal and send it to someone you care about….

Have a blissful weekend :)

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Raw Food Potluck in Suffolk


Yesterday was my 2nd Potluck…It was a beautiful sunny day and the first chance to eat lunch in the garden, absolute bliss! People came from as far away as Chester & Bedford with amazingly creative raw delights to share. After lunch we walked in the nearby woods and caught up with a long overdue dose of vitamin D in the sunshine amidst a wildflower meadow. We are talking about making the next potluck on May 16th a camping potluck in the meadow adjacent to the house and woods…how much more fun can we have?!!

Other new developments in the past week are discussions on organizing a workshop class, Foraging for wild edible plants and then preparing them in raw vegan dishes…dates to come soon. This area of Suffolk is abundant in hedgerow plants, fungi & wild flowers and on the banks of the estuary it will soon be Samphire (seaweed) harvesting time…delish!! So watch this space for updates.

On Tuesday 20th April i will be showcasing my Wild Dolphin Trips   at a vegan ladies indulgence dinner in Norwich at Pulse Restaurant

My next Raw Vegan Food Class is on May 22nd 11-4pm, £95 inclusive of three course lunch and ample tasters…This is one food class you will not go away hungry from! Places are filling up fast, so be sure to let me know soon as space is limited.

On a more personal note, i am delighted that both my parents and my eldest brother who were all suffering from diabetes and disease are now on the path to self healing through raw living foods. This is the best present ever for me and verification that no matter how different you may feel from friends and family at times…That if you continue to shine and radiate good health, love and advice…They will eventually hear you and miracles will start to flow :)

Shine On,

Jenny Yemaya

The woods are full of Cowslips and Primroses….Beautiful
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