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Austin American-Statesman - - FOOD MATTERS - — A.B.

Many bak­ers take the sum­mers off be­cause turn­ing on the oven is the quick­est way to heat your al­ready hot house, but not Arielle Webb. The Austin chef/owner spe­cial­izes in mak­ing pies, pud­dings and other raw, gluten-free, ve­gan desserts that aren’t cooked and she just launched her com­pany, Yummy Liv­ing Foods (www.yum­myliv­ing­foods.com). You can buy her agave-sweet­ened treats like ba­nana cream pie, the crust of which is made with co­conut and nuts, and pud­dings that taste like cheese­cake and choco­late mousse on­line or at Daily Juice Cafe. From 3 to 5 p.m. Sun­day at Marigold’s Gate­way to In­dia (2200 S. La­mar Blvd.), Webb and sev­eral other busi­ness own­ers are host­ing an event fea­tur­ing a va­ri­ety of sam­ples and in­for­ma­tion about the ben­e­fits a raw, low-glycemic diet.

Ad­die Broyles amer­i­can states­man

Yummy Liv­ing Foods’ ba­nana cream pie is gluten-free and pre­pared to avoid cook­ing.

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