I used to love ordering Tom Kha Gai at Thai restaurants, which is a coconut lemongrass soup with chicken in it. The theme of this month’s raw-food potluck in DC was coconuts, so I decided to see if I could make something remeniscent of the Tom Kha Gai of my memories. Lots of pleasant surprises while working with coconuts: I learned how to make my own shredded coconut and coconut butter!
I found another tasty way to use up that wonderful almond pulp left over from making almond mylk!
This is my Mock Chicken Raw Steak. It is one of my favorite recipes out of over a 1000 that I’ve created and is going in my first book. Thanks for your views of my recipes and I know you will enjoy the organic orgasm of your mind, body, soul and especially your taste buds.
This is not my recipe. It is from The Complete Book of Raw Foods book. I made these because I could not find any other recipe for raw croutons anywhere. These turned out quite nice. I halfed my recipe because I wanted to see if I liked them first. The recipe makes up to 9 dehydrator tray of croutons. Halfing it made about 4. Also, I didn’t use any leek because I didn’t have any and the recipe still turned out great. Oh, also I used the almonds instead of the sunflower seeds. Now, you don’t have to miss having croutons on your salads!
This salad is a staple at our house. You’ll find it’s really easy to “tweak” with ingredients that you have on hand.