Monday, 17 February 2014

PRODUCTS I AM LOVING: RAW COOKIES, BODY BUTTER, GLASS STRAWS


Today's post is a short and sweet ode to a few products I have been loving (whadda surprise... never woulda guessed that from the title). First we have got Hippie Cookies! I've recently begun a beautiful relationship with Left Coast Naturals... but what we're working on together is pretty hush hush so shh. Anyways, they're giving me mad swag (aka free foodz) and one of their brands is Hippie Foods... they make healthy snacks with 100% sustainable ingredients and techniques. I love it. Also these cookies are INSANE. Raw, vegan, gluten-free and holy crap are they delicious. Buy them today. Eat the whole bag. Feel proud, because you just made the world a better place. I think the vanilla almond ones are my fave. Also check out Hippie Foods' Coconut Chips... they are like crack. Addictive.


Next we've got Ellovi Butter - no, this ain't no dairy product. This is a miracle moisturizer and you muuust have it. I don't really know what I will do when my jar runs out... beg them for more, I guess. It's BETTER THAN COCONUT OIL! I know, that's like blasphemy in the vegan world but 4 real guys, this stuff makes my skin so smooth it gloooows. It also smells like sugar cookies so if you're single and looking for a mate, just rub this on your face and they will come running. That was easy. The only ingredients (there're just 6) are super high quality oils like macadamia and coconut. So natural I'd make it myself but hey... it comes in a cute jar. They also have a Lip Butter that looks like it's calling my name. 

*You lucky folks get 20% off this product if you use the coupon code "thisrawsomeveganlife" on www.ellovi.com!*


Finally we have glass straws! I've used only Dharma Straws up until now, but recently Simply Straws sent me a lovely little collection, along with an adorable case and cleaning wand! I like the bends some of the straws have, and the etched logo. Glass straws are da bomb and every plastic straw user should try them right now. Game changer. They're easy to transport, beautiful to look at, and pretty effortless to use. I mean, it's a straw. Just sip. You'll be seeing these straws in my up coming book on Juices, Smoothies and Healthy Snacks. Wink wink. It'll be out December 2014. Ugh a year away. It's okay. Patience.

10 comments:

  1. Hi Em! I am on a high-raw vegan diet and loving it(thanks in no small part to this mighty fine blog), and now I want to give the 80/80/10 diet a try and see how it works for me. The only thing I'm a little concerned about is getting sugar spikes from so much fruit. I've done some research but would love to know your thoughts?
    Sending good vibes from Ireland :)

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  2. Ive posted to trvl about three times and a letter to you originally, I am either very special:)and do not no what I am really doing on a computer, or its the blog, or Im not getting the hint, well hope your well it was like you disappeared for like a week to some magical island...

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  4. I love your blog and have made a few of the recipes. However I have to say it hasn't done much to change my mind about a raw vegan diet being a very expensive one. It's frustrating because I wish I could buy farmer's market, local, organic, etc..stuff all the time and have a dehydrator and fancy powder supplements and whatever else. But I'm so broke!

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  5. Dessert is my favorite! ! This looked like the Chinese glutinous rice dumpling! ! I do not know how they taste like

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  6. those glass straws look just like crack pipes. how fitting that you're sucking "addictive" substances through them :)

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  7. Have you ever tried the Giddy Yoyo Love Butter? I was wondering how it would compare? It's made in Canada, although I guess CA is more local then ON :)

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  8. I would love to see you do a full post about all the things you put ON your body instead of in it for a change. That Ellovi butter is sure getting some press lately and yet I still do not find it tempting...*shrug*

    I'm a big fan of the blog, been following it for years (either literally or maybe just in my mind....) and I can't wait to get the book!

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