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Organic Chia Seed & Honey Pudding

02/02/2013

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One of the simplest recipes for pudding that you could possibly make is with Organic Chia Seeds and Honey. If you ever liked tapioca pudding you will probably love the Chia Seed Pudding, as they are very reminiscent of one another; except you don’t have to cook the chia version of course. Since I used to love tapioca, I was very excited about the Chia recipe. There are several variations you can make to this recipe which you can probably see right away, but here are the basics: Put one cup of (any color) chia seeds into a quart container. Dissolve a half cup of raw honey in 3/4 of a quart of lukewarm water. Mix water and chia seeds […]

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Raw Ricotta Cheese Recipe (vegan)

09/01/2011

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Super great vegan recipe here! I’m a cheese freak, so this stuff makes me happy! The pine nuts used in this raw ricotta cheese recipe are filled with amino acids and also high protein and fat levels. This makes them a great source of nutrition. They are also full of B vitamins and minerals. I don’t know if it’s true, but here’s a few of the reasons I’ve heard that people are really liking raw pine nuts: -Cardiovascular Disease Prevention  -Cholesterol Reduction  -Weight Loss I love this recipe because it’s short and sweet and sweet. Great tasting food should always be like that! “Raw Ricotta Cheese” 1 cup raw pine nuts (soaked for 1 1/2 hours) 3 TBS water 1/2 […]

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Raw Trail Mix

07/28/2011

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  What kind of raw food is ideal for traveling? This yummy trail mix is a super great start! I’m heading out in the morning on my first trip over seas!  It’s a missions trip to Europe with my church, and we’ll be doing some construction work, sports, arts/crafts, singing and other outdoor activities. It’s going to be so exciting! But also exhausting… so at first I was at a loss as to what kind of raw food would fill me up quick, give me energy, but also taste really good.  I’d say raw trail mix is the perfect match. Every ingredient in this mix is a super food in itself. By snacking on a nutritious combination of dried fruits […]

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Raw Cheese

07/23/2011

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Cheese is one of my all-time favorite foods, and learning how to make this recipe was a real treat for me. I was surprised at how easy it is to prepare. It tastes absolutely wonderful, and goes great with other foods too. We have gallons of raw goat’s milk this time of year, and my Grandmother wanted to teach me how to use it for raw cheese. Wow, I am so glad she did! (And by the way, using raw cow’s milk works just as good!) This is not a firm cheese. It reminds me of a softer version of feta… or a fine curd cottage cheese. Superb topping for salads, crackers, and other dishes. I also feel so good eating this […]

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Need Raw Food Protein?

06/10/2011

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I get excited whenever I find a new raw food recipe that tastes great and leaves me feeling full and satisfied. And since most of us who are trying to focus on eating more raw food are always conscious of getting enough protein, this raw food protein recipe has become a favorite of mine.         RAW  NORI  WRAPS 2 cups (rounded) chopped Sunflower Seeds 1 tsp. Sea Salt 2 tsp. Onion Powder 2 Tbs. Olive Oil 2 1/2 Tbs. Lemon Juice 2 tsp. garlic powder 1/4 cup Lewis Lab Brewers Yeast 1 diced tomato, carrot, leafy greens, etc. (optional) 1 package Nori Wraps (raw and organic) In a bowl, mix chopped sunflower seeds and all dry ingredients […]

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Creamy Raw Salad Dressing!

06/01/2011

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I am crazy about this superb raw salad dressing!! It is a simple recipe, but it sticks to your salad and adds the perfect flavor. Just so you know,  I’m not one of those lovable people who eats avocado straight out of the peeling with a spoon (like my Mom does!)… but I love it in this dressing and have not grown tired of it even after months of making it! Sometimes I switch stuff around in the recipe – adding extra lemon juice or lots of pepper and maybe a few pieces of diced up tomato fresh onion- fora  delicious, “chunkier” version….. So go for it and try your own variations too! A ripe avocado has pale golden flesh, a light […]

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