More weirdness… I tried to search for a recipe on the Recipe tab and I got a file download/security warning box that was prompting me if I wanted to download ajax_search7b19edb5. This doesn’t happen with the recipe search on the Home tab.
Ray~ Thank you. The editting box issues have been fixed! The white/green edit box only displays after clicking on REPLY TO TOPIC and then closes after clicking on Save Reply botton. Also, the Edit link in a post works again.
The Recipe tab issue is also fixed. Thank you again!
Interesting number of issues! I guess I can’t recommend Firefox or Safari enough. Both are free, and you can install more than one (along with Internet Explorer). They’re also both pretty small and easy to download and install. So if you’re on Windows, there’s no excuse not to try one (or both).
I use Safari as my primary browser, but I often test sites on Firefox. I keep Internet Explorer around (when I use Windows) only to test websites for clients.
We do use Mac computers, and we use Leopard. It’s great and very fast. I’ve never once had a virus or worm or whatever on a Mac.
Finally, I didn’t actually “fix” the forum and recipe tab issues… they apparently only happen sometimes to some people! So I’ll still be looking for the cause, and hopefully have some time to do more work on the site in general. But meantime, try another browser. You might be pleasantly surprised, on more sites than just humble ol’ Gone Raw!
I love that now the latest addition to my recipe box is at the top, so I don’t have to scroll all the way down to find the new ones! :) I was having the Sorry, something went wrong… messages for a few days, but I wonder if it was just IE. The one thing I have noticed is that when I go to a recipe, a lot of times it says “remove from recipe box” when I didn’t add it yet. I check my recipe box, and it is not there. If I want to add it to my recipe box, I have to click to remove it, and then click again to add it, and then it shows up in my box.
Ray, I made a recipe public last night that I started in July. It still is not appearing in the new recipe listing although it appears when I search for it. It is listed in my profile as a public recipe. Is there anything I can do to get the recipe posted?
Ray~ I started using Safari… pretty cool! One thing though… How do I increase the displaying of a webpage? Currently, a webpage takes up about 1/2 of the window. I tried to increase font size, but the formats of some pages get funky… Other than that, it’s learning how Safari does things… :)
Hi, Ray. You’re doing an amazing job.
I have noticed that I get an error message quite often—”
We’re sorry, but something went wrong.
We’ve been notified about this issue and we’ll take a look at it shortly.
And that my REPLY TO TOPIC window is always open.
I’m using firefox. But the adblock plugins I use may be causing a script block or some other issue.
RCBAlive – If you started the recipe in July, it shows up in the section of recipes that were posted in July. That happened to me with one I started and then finished later. It never showed on the newest recipes section.
I am using IE, and just tonight I have started getting the error message and it takes FOREVER to go between sections of the site, even though I haven’t had problems with any other wbsites tonight or when it was doing this a couple of weeks ago.
Firefox for me and site has been slow at best in the evening—lost several attempts at posting tonight alone. It’s getting frustrating and very time consuming. Ray, still problems today. it’s just too long to post—at least 4-5 min. here we go
1 cup oats, soaked overnight and rinsed
1 big, juicy apple (such as a Fuji apple), chopped
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1 tablespoon agave nectar
Blend all ingredients in food processor until smooth. I like to garnish my oatmeal with soaked almonds and some agave, but the options are endless. Note: Yes, raw oats do exist, however, uncooked, dry oats work fine despite not being technically raw. Just like a smoothie, this recipe can be supported by many additions for nutritional support. You decide on the sweetness!
RawKidChef- I searched for BBQ Chicken and wasn’t sure which recipe you wanted for sure so here are two:
Grilled Meat! for stir-frys, BBQ Beef, Kebabs, etc
Makes a large bowl that appears to be about 2 pounds of grilled meat.
This will make a grilled meat type flavor and texture. Very hearty and even chewy. I worked on this for a year. Now it’s just right. Goes well with my “Sweet Tangy Southern Barbeque Sauce”
5 pounds Musrooms, Large Cap, cheap, break off stems so caps will lay flat
¾ cup water, Blessed
2 tablespoons Olive Oil, Cold Pressed, Unfiltered
2 tablespoons Lemon Juice, from 1/2 to 1 lemon
3 Dates, remove stone
½ tablespoon sage, dried
½ tablespoon rosemary, dried
½ tablespoon thyme, dried
½ tablespoon Salt, Sea or Rock
1 teaspoon black pepper, ground
Preparation TIP: This is the steak or beef version, for chicken use 1/2 of the black pepper or none at all.
I normally use mushrooms with caps that are about 2” wide. Break off the stems and crush the stems a little so they split. The stems have a string texture which will really fool you into thinking it’s meat. Break the caps into quarters. Not too small. Use your hands.
Put all mushroom pieces in dehydrator and run until they are completely dry. They will be as light as paper. 24 hours or more. They take up 3 trays in my excalibur when I begin and less than 1 tray at the end.
Put all the dried spices into your grinder and make a nice powder. Blend this powder with the water, oil, lemon juice and dates until totally liquid. This will be your marinade.
In a large bowl, toss the dried mushroom pieces in the marinade until they are completely covered with it. Let stand and toss again once an hour until no liquid left in bowl. (maybe 3 times)
Resist the urge to dig in, let them stand for another hour or two. You can keep tossing them every so often if you want to play. They will turn dark brown and become pretty dry. Cut larger pieces into strips. Then they are done.
They will last for days, even a week, if you don’t eat them. This is why I make so much at a time. They are great in salads, sandwiches, pastas, or on pizzas etc.
BBQ “chicken” Pizza
depends how hungry you are generly just one for me!
Close your eyes and you will swear your eating a thin crust BBQ pizza. I had a craving for some all week so i created this
¼ cup rasins, soaked
½ cup sun dried tomates, soaked
1 teaspoon cumin
2 tablespoons raw agave
½ teaspoon onion powder
½ teaspoon garlic powder or one clove chopped
1 tablespoon fresh basil , chopped
1 tablespoon fresh oregeno, chopped
3 ounces portobella mushrooms, Sliced
½ cup olive oil
? cup cider viniger
2 cloves garlic
2 tablespoons fresh theme
2 tablespoons rosemary
2 tablespoons fresh oregeno
process the first 8 ingredients (rasins to oregeno) untill you get you bbq pizza sauce add olive oil if needed to thin the sauce to desired consistency To make the “chicken” Marinate the sliced mushrooms 3 hours to over night in the ingredients from the olive oil to teh 2nd listing or oregeno
Assembly: Use what ever pizza crust recipe you like (i cheated and used sprouted wraps, but if you have the time this works well on any raw crust recipe)spread the BBQ pizza sauce on and layer the mushrooms on top
I often dehydrate some green pepper and onions for on top also and i always cover it with LOTS of raw cheese (i am sure all the vegans out there have their own favorite “cheese” they can use)
After assembly dehydrate for as long as you like and eat up yum yum