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Ani’s Raw Food Certification Level 1

By |August 15th, 2015|

My students made me this beautiful stack with marinated mushrooms and onion, sliced tomato, oregano and rosemary marinara, cashew cheeze, and fresh Italian herbs today at my Ani's Raw Food Certification Level 1. I love showing everyone that elegant food need not use many ingredients nor be complicated to make. Each recipe uses a couple ingredients, seriously! And, is really quick to create. The sophistication comes in the plating, presentation, and use of easy to make sauces. One of our students this weekend is a Le Cordon Bleu trained professional chef who's mind was blown by Raw Food's functionality, and fresh flavors! She said "I've been making my food way too complicated!". We all laughed. Get in my belly!!! Yumminess! Our final Level 1 for 2015 is September 19+20th. I'd love to spend the weekend eating the most delicious, nutritious, and inspiring food with you. xoxo http://www.aniphyo.com/certification/


By |February 20th, 2013|

Ani is the host of Ani's Raw Food Kitchen Show, the award winning #1 uncooking show on 'YouTube'. Ani has been seen on many television shows including the Dr. Oz Show, Travel Channel's Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern, Bethanny, ABC7 in Los Angeles with Lori Corbin, San Francisco's View From the Bay featuring Spencer Christian, Better with host Audra Lowe, and NBC New York's LX New York. She has been featured in numerous magazines including Food & Wine, Food Network, BBC, Alternative Medicine, Oxygen, American Fitness, VegNews, Delicious Living, Vegetarian Times, and Get Fresh. Additionally, Ani has developed living food vegan menus for Carnival Cruise Lines, Adidas headquarters, STOMP, and Whole Foods Markets, amongst others. Adidas fitness center depends on Ani to consult their athletes on how to 'fuel up' with raw nutrition for optimal performance. Being a champion athlete herself and excelling in fields such as gymnastics and track and field since high school, Ani has a thorough knowledge of nutrition and understands the importance of fueling your body well in order to achieve maximum performance. Her charity work includes teaching and speaking at events to help raise money and awareness for organizations like In Defense of Animals, Animal Acres, Farm Sanctuary, Donate Life, and organizing cooking play shops for children ages 5-16. In addition, Ani volunteers at Project Angel Food, a non-profit organization providing 1,300 free meals per week to HIV and cancer patients, and teaches at-risk youth how to garden and make food in urban areas at Pedal Patch Community in downtown Los Angeles while raising awareness for issues around food safety, security, and deserts where fresh food is not available. Ani also serves on the board of the Cancer Care Network Foundation. [...]

Ani on NBC’s LX New York at Rockefeller Center

By |August 31st, 2010|

Video of NBC TV appearance in NYC with hosts Janice Huff and Jane Hanson talking about the key ingredients in a raw food diet....

Ani’s Recipes in the 2009 Food & Wine Cookbook

By |March 12th, 2010|

Two of my recipes are included in the 2009 Food & Wine Cookbook: my Zucchini Noodles with Raw Tomato Marinara, and my Raw Sweet Corn and Cashew Chowder.

Ani’s Raw Well-Being Recipes Featured in Food & Wine Magazine

By |March 10th, 2010|

I was featured in Food & Wine Magazine along with five of my raw food recipes for well-being and weight loss. The recipes included Zucchini Ribbons with Raw Tomato Marinara, Raw Sweet Corn and Cashew Chowder, Orange-Cardamom Date Bars with a Nutty Crust, Sunflower Seed Dip with Dill, Coconut Almond Balls with Dried Fruit. As with all my raw food recipes, these are made using only fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds, and are free from dairy, wheat, gluten, and refined sugar. Food and Wine Magazine