2 c. fresh raw almond milk
4 dates pitted
2 T. raw cacao powder
1 t. vanilla
4-6 ice cubes
Blend until smooth an a bit frothy
makes 2 servings
My daughter was craving some chocolate milk and this really hit the spot!
It is not often you make acquaintance with people who like seaweed. This past week I talked with someone else who appreciates this yummy stuff and since I was getting some out to share I thought I'd just take a picture of my stash. It has been store in a box secured tightly in plastic so it has settled. It pull apart in strips that can be eating as is...thanks to another friend who turned me on to eating it this way....or you can soak it in filtered water and put it in salads or add it to soups. I prefer it raw and chewy! It satisfies my taste for salt and it is better than potato chips.
I also use Dulse granules to sprinkle on some of my foods when I don't want to chew it.
If you want to know a bit more about dulse and other seaweeds check out this article.
Dulse is a natural source of iodine, essential for thyroid gland health and thyroid hormone secretion.
It is extememly high in B 6 and B 12, iron, potassium, fluoide. It is low in sodium, unlike other seaweeds.
It contains C, E, A, calcium, magnesium, dietary fiber and protein.
follow the link above for the recipe
Today I was busy in my kitchen. I was trying to hurry along...so I made my eggplant a little thicker this time...I really like to slice it thin so it is more crunchy...I'm going to leave it in the dehydrator overnight to see if it will dry to a more crunchy texture. It is still good!
P.S. `next day~perfect bacon...I won't be cutting it thin anymore...it was hearty and crunchy... :)
1 c. of soaked and dehyrated raw almonds
blend in food processor until it sticks together and press in springform pan
1 1/2 c. raw cashews~soaked for a couple hours and drained
1/3 c. lemon juice
1/3 c. extra virgin coconut oil~melted (set in dehyrator if needed)
1/3 c. raw honey or raw agave
1 t. vanilla extract
2 twist o Himalyan Salt
Place all ingredients in the food processor and process until smooth and creamy..you may need to scrape the sides down
after assembly~cover an place in freezer until ready to eat. Then sit out for a couple mins before slicing.
I made this for tomorrow, when I will make some chocolate sauce to drizzle over top each slice.
raw cacao powder
raw honey or agave
water to thin
I'll try to take a photo tomorrow if I can before the eaters come.....
4 c. soaked raw walnuts, drain water
3-4 T. Bragg's Liquid Amino's
2 T. cumin powder
2 T. coriander powder
1 heaping T. dried cilantro
process in food processor for a few seconds until it looks like hamburger meat. remove and add :
1 c. frozen corn or you can use raw corn
this is quite a bit of taco meat. It will last our family for a few days of raw taco's
use romaine lettuce leaf as the shell top with taco meat, chopped tomato, diced red onion, mock sour cream or tofutti sour cream
I will also use it as a topping for
red onion diced
squeeze of lime
mock sour cream~optional
I also made 3/4 gallon of Bell Pepper Juice Blend today~
2 bunches of celery
5 small on the vine tomatoes
the big bowl of bell peppers picture the other day in a previous post
1 bunch of carrots
juiced these items and then added:
pinch of cayenne peper
shake of allspice
4 oz of lemon juice
2 T. Bragg's Liquid Aminos
I made some ~
Almond Cheese Stuffed Bell Peppers
2 C. almond pulp~leftover from making almond milk
2 heaping T. of dried onion
1 T. dried dill
1/4 c. lemon juice
1/4 c. extra virgin olive oil
couple twist of Himalyan salt
1 small red bell pepper diced very small
Mix and place in a glass jar in the fridge.
we stuffed bell pepper halves with the almond cheese for lunch and had some cherry tomatoes on the side.
you can also eat this with raw crackers or Mary's Gone Crackers