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  • Chelsea Whiteford

    Hmmmm maybe worth reading? by Kris Carr

  • MyPrettyThings

    'Crazy Sexy Diet: Eat Your Veggies, Ignite Your Spark, and Live Like You Mean It!' by Kris Carr. #CrazySexyDiet #KrisCarr #Raw #Health #Vegan #Books

  • Monica D'Angelo

    Not another diet, a way of healthy living. The Crazy, Sexy Diet by Kris Carr--> I need this!

  • Allyson Barry Edwards

    Crazy Sexy Diet: book: This is NOT a weight loss diet !! Cancer survivor writes wellness diet. Kris Carr makes practical and hopeful suggestions as we face greater and greater numbers of our friends and family falling prey to chronic degenerative disease

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On my to buy list: @Kris Carr's Crazy Sexy Kitchen cookbook! She seems like just a kind, warm soul and is a great inspiration for the journey I am embarking on as a soon-to-be Natural Chef & Holistic Nutritionist. She has such an easy way about her and makes healthy living feel fun & accessible. You won't find any judgement here. Thank you, Kris! Look forward to getting your new book.

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Kris Carr. "Author of Crazy Sexy Cancer Tips, Crazy Sexy Cancer Survivor, and Crazy Sexy Diet. Director of the TLC documentary Crazy Sexy Cancer, Motivational Speaker, Wellness Warrior, Vegan & Animal Lover" (text from her fb profile).

2 large Cucumbers (peeled if not organic) Big fist-full of Kale Big fist-full of Romaine 3 stalks of Celery 1 Pear or Green Apple 1-2 big Broccoli stems 1/2 inch of Ginger Experiment to taste! Other greens we love: any lettuce, spinach, parsley, dandelion. Makes about 32 oz. Make more and save in Mason jars up to 24 hours.

Crazy Sexy Kitchen: 150 Plant-Empowered Recipes to Ignite a Mouthwatering Revolution, by Kris Carr

One of the most powerful books I've ever read. I think this book speaks volumes about human nature: the evil, the good, and primal need to survive. My oldest just finished reading it. I would definitely recommend this book to everyone.

Arcadia by Lauren Groff -- In the fields of western New York State in the 1970s, a few dozen idealists set out to live off the land, founding what would become a commune centered on the grounds of a decaying mansion called Arcadia House.

Only read nine of these so far. I think The Glass Castle is next, thanks to my wonderful sister-in-law who is the perfect person to recommend a book. I wish I had her in my classroom to cater to the continual requests for good recommendations in the genre of (fill in the blank).