I'm very excited to announce... | Raederle's Raw Blog

August 1st 2012

This website is finally under construction!
(Been planning this for months.)

To see the landing page (that blue page with links) that was previously here, you can click here.

I'm migrating all my content here. However, until the content exists here, it will continue to exist where it previously was.

To see what has been moved here thus far, check out the site map. I'm updating the site map as I add content.

As I migrate the content I'll be editing and updating any information that is incorrect. I'll also be streamlining all information for best clarity. In other words, all my content will be here, and it will be better.

And to boot, I've got a lot of new stuff I'm very excited to share with you.

August 20th 2012

Added content to the FAQ page.

August 17th 2012

Added my new food pyramid work in progress. Added a page for documentaries and videos that provide real world solutions to very serious ecological and economical problems that we face today. Moved another recipe to this site today as well.

August 16th 2012

Added more recipes and blog entries. Check the site map for blog entries and the recipes page for recipes.

August 14th 2012

Added another recipe.

August 13th 2012

Added the banner on the recipe page and the services page.

August 12th 2012

Posted up my five most awesome poems.

August 9th 2012

Revamped the art page and added new art. Added the banners that appear at the top of many of the pages linked at the top, such as the art, contact, story, and faq banners which are all graphics made by me using my own paintings. Added two more recipes to the recipes page.

August 7th 2012

Added two more recipes. Layered Icecream Cake now has nutritional information.

August 6th 2012

Got this page organized.

August 5th 2012

Added some of my older recipes (from 2010) to my recipes page.

August 4th 2012

Updated the Art page today and put a video on the videos page.

Much love and many hugs!

When reading, the most incredible things I've ever learned came from stories. Stories are more memorable. They create images and time-lines in our minds. They give us all the background information that lead up to a great moment, a great realization, a great break-through.
In reality, we only truly grasp ("grok") something through personal experience. We can not add to our experience through reading dry data. But we really can and do add to our experience with stories. The more detailed, authentic, and dynamic the story, the more there is for us to learn from it. The more it resonates with us and touches us, the more we retain what we've learned.
It is because of this that I'm writing my own life as a series of autobiographical novels. If this interests you, please sign up at left and visit my patreon page for exclusive access to my personal revelations, diary entries and autobiographical novels as I'm writing them. You'll also get a lot of other awesome perks, which you can read about here: www.patreon.com/Raederle.