Imagine a steaming cup of home-made soup, while sitting by a fire on a cold winter night. Doesn’t that sound nice? The fall and winter months are the best times for warm, nourishing foods that bring heat to the body. It’s hard to be a raw foodist in the winter! (unless everyone reading this is from Hawaii) This is the time to bring in the warmth of ginger, garlic, cayenne, oregano, cumin, cinnamon and curry flavors. Warm foods and warming herbs are great for digestion, circulation and overall health.