Pure Food and Juice

October 28, 2015
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At Pure Food and Juice, located inside Johnny Price’s Philosophy Tree gym and health spa, you’ll find fresh pressed juices, elixirs, gourmet raw food including breakfast, entrees, amazing smoothies and Thai massage by Sarah Doll to boot. Pure offers three, five, seven, and 10-day juice cleanses, currently featuring a 21-day fall cleanse. Just some examples of the smoothies are Blue Dome Blueberry, Chocolate Bliss, Strawberry Love, Angel Cake, The Johnny Price, Super Green, and Green Piña Colada. The tempting raw food menu options include Truffle Ravioli, Baja Burritos, Lotus Spring Rolls, Mexico City Tacos, Zen Hippy Pad Thai, Lasagna, and Green Dragon Sushi Rolls.

CEO, chef, and proprietor Cynthia Beavers is a leading raw food chef, two-time restaurateur, culinary educator, and entrepreneur specializing in the plant-based lifestyle. Cynthia is extremely passionate about creating innovative recipes that that transform people’s lives through food. It is her mission to show others that raw food can be beautiful, delicious, and nutritious. In 2005, Cynthia opened Pure Café in Dallas, Texas and Pure Café Tulsa in 2009. She also founded the first raw vegan meal delivery service shipping nationwide 15 years ago. Both of her restaurants were the first of their kind in Texas and Oklahoma. She gained immediate accolades for innovative healthful cuisine. She has appeared on television, has been written about in numerous magazines and newspapers and has authored three recipe books. 

Cynthia has redefined cooking because she doesn’t cook anything. You won't find a stove, an oven or a hood vent in her kitchen. She prepares dishes by juicing, dehydrating, blending, grinding, mixing and slicing, using several pieces of equipment that are commonplace in virtually any professional kitchen. Cynthia’s goal is to open people’s minds to experience another genre of food prepared in a revolutionary way. She believes that when food is not cooked in the traditional method, different textures are revealed and an abundance of flavors are released that are lost when cooked. The basic premise behind preparing raw food is not to cook food above 118ºF. There are plans to open a patio deck so that within a year clients can practice rooftop yoga a downtown view of Tulsa.

Open Monday through Friday 7am to 8pm and Saturday 8am–2pm PureFoodandJuice.com 918.510.1417

Article from Edible Tulsa at http://edibletulsa.ediblecommunities.com/food-thought/pure-food-and-juice
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