Episode 9 Show Notes

Episode 9: Aunt Patti’s Party Slaw with special guest Rachel Kemp

Intro: Courtney….Courtney Uncooked. I’m Courtney Uncooked cause that’s how I like

my food. The vitamins and the minerals, you know they are get through. Absorbed into the body 

so that nothing gets lost, When you start eating raw of your health you’ll be the

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your best, we will welcome special guests. So let’s go make a recipe and have lots of fun,

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Courtney….Courtney Uncooked.

Courtney:  Hi! I’m Courtney Uncooked and this is my great friend Rachel 

Kemp. And today we’re going to make for you, delicious raw vegan, my aunt Patti’s 

world-famous citrus slaw. Ooh, it’s like a party in your mouth Rachel you are going to 

love it. And unfortunately my aunt Patti was supposed to be here with us this morning 

making this recipe, but she could not make it. Yeah, she couldn’t get her nails done. 

She couldn’t get an appointment and so she had to cancel. And so Rachel, I appreciate 

you coming in and stepping in like you always do at the last minute, saving the day. I 

really appreciate you. So yeah, Aunt Patti, I’m sorry, but if you know Rachel, instead of 

sprinkling Sesame seeds on the top, she’s going to sprinkle hemp seeds cause this girl 

puts hemp and CBD on everything.  But I love Rachel because she’s just one of those 

friends. She’s down to do whatever. I’m like, Hey Rachel, let’s do a 90-day juice 

cleanse. She’ll say okay, Hey Rachel, we’re raw vegan now you know, I mean, 

whatever it is, let’s go mountain climbing. Rachel always says yes and so she’s a good 

friend. She’s really supportive and I’m glad to have her here today. And thank you so 

much for filling in for aunt Patti. This is a serious situation, you know, and you’ve 

really saved the day. So we’re going to get started, but before we do, Rachel, tell us a 

little bit about yourself.

Rachel:  Awesome. Thank you, Courtney. Thank you for having me here. 

Yeah, I’m so excited to make this slaw and yes, I love all things CBD, all things hemp. 

I’ve partnered with an organic, pure sixth-generation farmers from North Carolina 

producing our own hemp and our own CBD in house from our farm to your market.

Courtney:  You know, I have a lot of friends who’ve actually taken their kids off 

of medications and put them on CBD, so I know there’s gotta be something to it 

because everybody’s doing it.

Rachel:  Yeah. It’s helping so many people. So many animals and changing 

everyone’s lives so it’s awesome. It makes us all happy.

Courtney:  Alright, so let’s make this recipe and sprinkle that hemp on top and 

let’s get started. But before we do remember to follow Courtney Uncooked on 

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YouTube. Hit that notification bell. DING!! All right, let’s go. We’re going to start with this 

beautiful food processor. And the reason we’re going to do that is because I admit I am 

like the world’s worst chopper. And if I was to chop all this cabbage and all these 

carrots, it would take me probably 30 minutes and it would look like a two-year-old did it. 

So this is my best friend. When people come over, they just think I’ve got it together and 

I’m just, you know, got it going on. Little do they know that this guy did it for me in about 

30 seconds. So I love my Breville 16 cup sous chef food processor and you will too. So 

there are two ways you can do it, you can kind of put everything in here or load it in from 

the top. So today we’re just going to do something different, together we’re going to try 

to load it at the top, which I never do. So let’s do it. All right, let’s just drop, dropping 

some carrots. And you know how long this could take you. And you can help too if you 

want, just push it in there. Ok, you do cabbage.

Rachel:  Ok, I got the cabbage.

Courtney:  I’ll do carrots. Go! Go! I Mean, this really would take me like 30 


Rachel:  We don’t have time for that.

Courtney:  Who’s got time for that? Not us. Nobody does, nobody got time for 


Rachel:  Am I giving you big enough pieces?

Courtney:  Yeah, you could probably do bigger. Like a hunk, put a hunk in there. 

Courtney & Rachel:  Rachel and Courtney start singing Elvis Presley: Hunka Hunka   

 Burnin Love!

Courtney:  Okay. All right. So you know, I’ve kind of been on this little kick 

where I really like to probably blend things more than they should. I just find that it helps 

with digestion so you don’t have to do it this much if you don’t want to. If you just want a 

shreddy consistency, you can do it less or you can do it by hand. But like I said, I like 

the machine to do my chewing for me and my digesting for me. So we’re just going to 

empty this into a large bowl. I’ll let you do that. And then on top of this mixture, we’re 

going to add our dressing here and our dressing is olive oil, Sesame oil, Stevia, soy 

sauce, white wine vinegar, and then also a piece of shredded ginger.  So we’re just 

gonna mix that whole bowl into this. Am I helping or hindering? Did you get it? Alright, 

cool. So we’re going to add our beautiful mixture here. Just pour it right there on the top 

and you want to like scrape that garlic or ginger? Yeah, ginger not 

garlic. Okay. So then I love spring onions. So I’ve put six spring onions in my salad. You 

may want to do two or three. I just like one in every single bite. I love it. So boom, there 

we go. And then of course, oh my darling oh my darling, oh my darling clementine. 

Yes, It wouldn’t be complete without these. I also like to cut my clementines in half to 

make them, even more, bite-size. But Rachel said, no, don’t do that. So we’re not doing 

that and we’re just going to plop the clementines in, let Rachel just mix that up really 

good with the tongs. And then after that, the very last thing, we’re going to sprinkle the 

hemp seeds on top and give it a try. Oh, that looks so delicious. Just beautiful color, 

dark rich, purple, green. I mean it’s just like a beautiful rainbow of color. So this is three 

tablespoons. I love the crunch. I love the protein. You could do one, you could do two. 

I’m doing three. You know, I want this to be a meal for me, I don’t do sides. When I 

make a salad, I make it into a meal somehow some way. So I’m going to put three 

tablespoons of hemp seeds. I’m just going to really fill it up and we’ll have you mix it 

up and then when you’re done, we’ll have you put some in a bowl for me and I’ll give it a 

try. Just got a nice looking bowl going. Kind of matches your shirt. The purple, orange 

and green. Did you plan this? Wow, that is just beautiful looking. Wow. Good job. So 

good. Aunt Patti would be proud. All right, here we go. Actually, I’m gonna let you try it. 

I’ve tried it, I know how good it is. I’m just hungry.

Rachel:  Wow, I can’t wait.

Courtney:  I’m like, okay. It’s my turn. What do you think?

Rachel:  Delicious.

Courtney:  Really… Do you like it?

Rachel:  Mm-hmm. Asian. You want some now? I thought it was for me.

Courtney:  Mm-hmm. Oh, that’s good.

Rachel:  Yeah, delicious.

Courtney:  Don’t do like the onion. You need the onion in every bite.

Outro:  Making Patti’s citrus slaw with Rachel Kemp. Instead of a cherry 

on top, we sprinkled some hemp. It’s full of clementines that come from down South. 

Did you get the invitation to this party in my mouth? The base is cabbage, It gives it a 

nice crunch and it’s so dang filling it could be your whole lunch. No, you don’t need a 

stove or an oven to cook, just a blender, dehydrator and Courtney Uncooked. 

Courtney…Courtney Uncooked.