Welcome to Bliss Belly Kitchen! This blog is dedicated to raw food, green living, family life, natural parenting, and general well being.

My name is Asante. I am a living food chef,  author, public speaker, mama, and wife. I am absolutely inspired by my journey, and I look forward to learning about yours through your comments. Enjoy the recipes, experiences, mistakes (blisstakes), and fun!

Visit my website www.LivingOurBliss.net.

11 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Karyn @ kloppenmum
    May 14, 2011 @ 01:28:46

    Oh yay. We’re moving to the countryside in a few months, I’ll have to stop by and find out how to live once we get there!


  2. Bob Rogers
    Jun 15, 2011 @ 00:09:19

    Dearest Asante,

    I was so inspired by you, your little one, and your husband. What a joy having such wonderful neighbors. Each of you is sorely missed, however your new journey will surely allow your wings to spread even further.

    I look forward to following your blogs and discovering renewed purpose in each day of this wonderful life.


    • asante
      Jul 06, 2011 @ 11:17:37

      Bob!! I’m so happy to hear from you. We were inspired by you too. Thank you so much for your much needed assistance during our move. It was wonderful living next door to you. I hope you are doing great!


  3. Jean
    Aug 30, 2011 @ 22:33:58

    Up here in Canada, one seldom hears about your part of the world in the news media….world of Oklahoma, Mississippi Delta area.

    I have read about the history of the Mississippi area..long ago..which tends to be negative. But am not familiar with the natural wonders, etc.


    • asante
      Aug 31, 2011 @ 15:54:41

      Hi Jean, I love your blog! Beautiful pics. Yes, the southern US does have it’s share of historical and present problems, but there is a lot of beauty as well. I hope you have a chance to visit the region on your travels and adventures.


  4. Jean
    Sep 02, 2011 @ 06:55:20

    Thank you. I came across yours because like you, we each both Ecopressed! 🙂


    • asante
      Sep 02, 2011 @ 11:40:39

      Congrats on your spotlight!! I was so happy to be featured on Ecopressed. I’m looking forward to further reading your blogs. We aren’t actually in the southern US anymore. We’ve recently relocated to Connecticut. New England is beautiful too, and I’ll definitely feature New England’s natural beauty as I go. So happy to connect with you.


  5. Jean
    Sep 02, 2011 @ 06:56:59

    And I would love for you to comment….when you get around to it. I actually have 3 blogs..and full time job that has nothing to do with blogging. Hope you highlight more of Mississippi’s natural wonders.


  6. Jean
    Sep 02, 2011 @ 20:18:22

    We went cycling in Vermont for a few days in early fall. I’ve also been to Boston, Cape Cod area twice. Loved it!! I was in Rhode Island for a conference ages ago, then went on a side trip to Washington, DC…which is no longer “New England” area.

    Vermont in spirit, feels closest to Canada.

    Maybe I should do a blog post about the historic sites in southern Ontario for the Underground Railroad. My friend lives near “Uncle Tom’s cabin”. The area gets a ton of tourists from the U.S.


    • asante
      Sep 05, 2011 @ 11:05:52

      I’d love to read your posts on Underground Railroad sites in your area. I use to spend a lot of time on the west coast of Canada. I have lots of family in BC; It was my favorite childhood place to go. It sounds like you’ve visited some great spots in New England. We’ve only moved here recently, but I’m really looking forward to exploring the area. It’s very beautiful.


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