Planet Raw review

I ordered the Mac n cheese and garlic bread. I wasn’t expecting the noodles to be kelp because they had another cheese pasta dish they had kelp in the name of it but it was good. I was surprised I couldn’t eat it all since it had been awhile since I ate but I finished the leftovers as a midnight snack. I was do inspired by the meal that I made my own kelp pasta with garlic bread.

I also bought some packaged dried jack fruit and pumpkin tortellini, which was actually made from butternut squash. I had never heard of jack fruit, I did like it and the tortellini came in handy for my first day of my raw food experiment.

Planet Raw has an interesting vibe to it, that I can’t really put into words. I took a picture of the menu because I like how it educates you on what ingredients they don’t use and why.

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If I am in town again I would definitely go back.

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I love to learn, and I consider myself to be a very fluid person so I enjoy taking what I learn and allowing it to make a difference in my life. My latest transformation has been eating healthier and working out. I never thought that I would be reaching for fruit when I crave something sweet and that I would actually look forward to going to the gym.

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6 comments on “Planet Raw review
  1. I love Planet Raw especially their nachos! How is your raw vegan experiment going?

    • Afronique says:

      I’m enjoying the food, I will definitely continue to eat at least one raw meal a day. But I haven’t been able to get my belly back to the way it was, so still tweaking things to try to figure out what it was about that day that made it so small.

      I was going to tell you that if you don’t have the answers to all my questions that’s fine. I wasn’t sure if some of my questions don’t fall under your field. I’ll be grateful for any help I can get.

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