Celebrity Health & Wellness Expert and Eco-Stylist

May 2015: Raw Food Courses in LA

 
I’m excited to announce my upcoming Raw Food courses in May 2015  in West Los Angeles, California:

May 9-10, Level 1
May 15-17, Level 2
May 17-19, Level 3

I will also be teaching an exclusive Level 1 over 5-days at the Ritz-Carlton’s new Reserve Resort in Thailand at Phulay Bay:

March 18-22, Level 1

All classes are taught by me, and are hands-on.
So, roll up your sleeves, and get ready to learn how to make the tastiest, healthiest, raw, vegan food ever. All recipes are gluten-free and packed full of superfoods!

Spaces will fill up quickly! Please book your spot today:

http://www.aniphyo.com/certification/

I’m looking forward to seeing you in March in Thailand, or in May in Los Angeles!
xoxo

 

March 2015 at the Ritz-Carlton Reserve

The beautiful Ritz-Carlton Reserve at Phulay Bay has invited me to develop an exclusive 5-day wellness program for their Thailand resort to launch in March 2015.

This exclusive retreat will include vegan raw food cooking classes and recipes featuring local ingredients and flavors with a focus on the Home Chef, along with my eco-green living, healthy lifestyle, fitness, natural beauty, and detox philosophy.

I will personally be at Phulay Bay teaching classes from March 18th to 22nd, 2015. These classes are complimentary to resort guests. And, guests completing all 5-days will receive a Certificate of Completion equivalent to my Level 1 Home Chef Raw Food Certification Course.

So, please book your stay now at the Ritz-Carlton Reserve website, and join me at Phulay Bay! I look forward to seeing you in paradise.

 

Vegan Gluten-Free Ravioli

What’s your favorite #RawFood pasta recipe?

We made this delicious Ravioli in Ani’s Raw Food Certification Course Level 1 this weekend in Santa Monica, Los Angeles, CA with summer squash pasta, cashew herb cheese, cherry tomato ravioli, and fresh Italian herbs.

All ingredients from the Saturday morning Farmers’ Market up the street….local, seasonal, fresh,nutritious, and super delicious.

Wheat-free and gluten-free pasta filled with vegan nut cheeze. 100% good for you and the planet. Great way to detox while feasting.

 

Ani’s Raw Food Certification Courses

I’m offering my final 2013 series of Ani’s Raw Food Certification Courses in September in Santa Monica, CA.

Level 1: September 20, 21, 22. Friday 3pm to 6pm. Saturday 8am to 4pm. Sunday 10am to 2pm.
Level 2: September 27.28.29. Friday 3pm to 6pm. Saturday 8am to 4pm. Sunday 10am to 2pm.
Level 3, Teacher Training: September 29, 30, October 1st. Sunday 4pm to 6pm. Monday 10am to 4pm. Tuesday 10am to 2pm.

My inspiration for creating these courses is to help people learn how simple, quick, and easy raw food preparation can be! It’s all about delicious and nutritious recipes made using a handful of easy to find ingredients. Complexity is added with sauces and plating.

To support a healthy diet and lifestyle, we need to know how to make our own food, quickly! In my courses, I also discuss lifestyle topics including fitness, natural beauty, organic and eco-green living, healthy detox, weight loss, and much more. And for those interested in launching their own business, writing a book, and or creating a show, I talk about business strategy, entrepreneurship, marketing strategy, and keys to building your brand.

I hope you can join me in September for one or all 3 of my courses! It’s a really fun course, and a great way to detox feasting on the best raw food ever!!

For more information, please visit my course page.

 

 

Mango Sorbet-Macaroon Tartlets

Mango Sorbet-Macaroon Tartlets

Makes 4 tartlets

Crust

•2 cups shredded coconut
•1/2 cup cashews
•1/4 teaspoon salt
•1/4 cup agave syrup

Mango Sorbet

•2 cups chopped frozen mangoes
•1 cup filtered water
•1/3 cup agave syrup

 

To make the crust, combine the coconut, cashews, and salt in a food processor and process to fine powder. Add the agave syrup and process to mix well.

To make the tartlet shells, line 4 small tartlet or brioche cups with plastic wrap. Scoop about 2 tablespoons of the crust into each. Using your fingertips, firmly press the crust into the tartlet cup, leaving a cavity in the center to hold the sorbet. Place in the freezer to firm up for at least 30 minutes or more.

To make the mango sorbet, combine the mangoes, water, and agave syrup in a high-speed blender and blend until smooth. Serve immediately. Or, for an icier, more solid texture, scoop into a container and place in the freezer for an hour or more.

To make the mango sorbet in an ice cream maker: Chill the mixture in the freezer for an hour or so, then scoop into the ice cream maker and follow the manufacturer’s instructions.

To serve, scoop 1 tablespoon mango sorbet into each tartlet shell and serve immediately.

The tartlet shells will keep in the freezer for many weeks. The assembled tartlets are best enjoyed immediately, but will keep in the freezer for several weeks. Thaw for 5 to 10 minutes before eating.

– Recipe from Ani’s Raw Food Desserts

Ani at SF Green Festival

Mayor Gavin Newsom at SF Green Festival last Saturday. It’s the largest green festival in the country. Mayor Newsom is a long time vegetarian.
The hall was packed for my talk on raw food desserts, nutrition, and overall well being. I demoed my famous Chocolate Raspberry Ganache Cake and Spiced Blueberry Cobbler, recipes from “Ani’s Raw Food Desserts”. There was a feeding frenzy over the sample tastes of the desserts, and they were delicious!
Read more about the SF Green Fest on VegNews Magazine’s blog.

Celebrate the 1st Raw Academy in OKC!

Matthew Kenney’s done it again! This time in Oaklahoma City with his partner Dara Prentice. This amazing duo has opened the 1st accredited Culinary Academy for Raw Living Foods, along with a restaurant where you can enjoy Matthew’s amazing food.

Join me, Matthew, Dara, and other folks from our community on Oct 3, 2009 in OKC at 105Degrees for a day of talks, demos, dinner, and celebration!

•Philip McCluskey (weight loss)
•Karen Knowler (UK raw coach)
•Tim VanOrden (Running Raw Project)
•Anthony Anderson (raw model)
•Hope Ferdawsian (Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine)
•Courtney Pool (Tree of Life, Gabriel Cousens)
•Penni Shelton (raw coach)
If you’re anyplace near OKC on Oct 3rd, I hope to see you at this amazing celebration at 105Degrees.

Ani’s Raw Food Desserts on the Tasting Table

 

       

Read a review of Ani’s Raw Food Desserts at Tasting Table LA.

Khloe Kardashian & Tami Erin

I had a great time meeting and hanging out with lovely Khloe Kardashian and Tami Erin. Tami was Pipi Longstocking, how cool is that? And, we all know Khloe from Keeping up with the Kardashians. They’re even more gorgeous in person.

Ani’s Online Book Tour: Day 10

Read the article in the Asian Reporter on my talk and book signing for Ani’s Raw Food Desserts at Powell’s Books in Portland, OR last Sunday evening. It was a great turnout, and I was super happy to have so much support from the community in Portland. It was also 90 degrees and gorgeous that day too.

Mango Sorbet-Macaroon Tartlets
Makes 4 tartlets

Crust

•2 cups shredded coconut
•1/2 cup cashews
•1/4 teaspoon salt
•1/4 cup agave syrup
Mango Sorbet

•2 cups chopped frozen mangoes
•1 cup filtered water
•1/3 cup agave syrup
To make the crust, combine the coconut, cashews, and salt in a food processor and process to fine powder. Add the agave syrup and process to mix well.

To make the tartlet shells, line 4 small tartlet or brioche cups with plastic wrap. Scoop about 2 tablespoons of the crust into each. Using your fingertips, firmly press the crust into the tartlet cup, leaving a cavity in the center to hold the sorbet. Place in the freezer to firm up for at least 30 minutes or more.

To make the mango sorbet, combine the mangoes, water, and agave syrup in a high-speed blender and blend until smooth. Serve immediately. Or, for an icier, more solid texture, scoop into a container and place in the freezer for an hour or more.

To make the mango sorbet in an ice cream maker: Chill the mixture in the freezer for an hour or so, then scoop into the ice cream maker and follow the manufacturer’s instructions.

To serve, scoop 1 tablespoon mango sorbet into each tartlet shell and serve immediately.

The tartlet shells will keep in the freezer for many weeks. The assembled tartlets are best enjoyed immediately, but will keep in the freezer for several weeks. Thaw for 5 to […]