Raw food lets natural flavors speak for themselves, unlike cooked cuisine, which insists on beeping loudly when it's finished in the microwave. Feast on fresh fare with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $22 for a tea and raw-food tasting for two (a $45 value)
- $39 for a tea and raw-food tasting for four (a $90 value)
Tastings include six teas from the café's rotating selection of black teas, herbals, chilled teas, and blooming varieties, which impart a variety of benefits ranging from improved memory to increased overall energy. Guests enjoy a seasonal spread of raw treats including spiced-apple crumble, vegan dark-chocolate pie, a vanilla-walnut shortbread cookie, and vegan cheesecake with fruit.
Living Foods Cafe
The only flame that grazes Living Foods Cafe's comestibles is the fiery passion that Chef Morgan Wood has for preparing healthy meals out of raw, organic ingredients. The all-natural, made-from-scratch salads, wraps, and fresh smoothies that form the eatery's seasonal menu contain fruits, vegetables, and herbs that retain all of their nutrients by never experiencing heat warmer than 105 degrees. The staff at this small, simple café shares its knowledge of raw foods during workshops that teach students the healing properties of food and how spinach can make a person strong enough to beat the Statue of Liberty in a thumb war.
64% of 145 customers recommend
“It was great I totally enjoyed my raw food preparation class,Erica the owner is so down to earth so knowledgeable ,so willing to share her gift.”
“Great time and very informative class. I will return!”
“I enjoyed the Raw Foods class. It was very informative and could have gone longer. Dr Steele responded to all questions and shared with the class local merchants to...”
“I enjoyed the Raw Foods class. It was very informative and could have gone longer. Dr Steele responded to all questions and shared with the class local merchants to consider when looking for wholesome living foods. l plan to participate in other classes offered at Essential Wellness.”