Soft little burgers that are great on their own, and would be nice on bread or in a wrap. There are some similar recipes already on the site, but I was particularly pleased at how the sauce to bind the burgers came out, being nut & seed-free. Also, they were very simple to make and didn't take much time. I only dehydrated for 1 hour, and they were soft & juicy, with just a bit of crunch on the outside. It was also really good before going in the dehydrator, so if you don't have one just press some on bread or pile on top of greens and eat away!
just a little eggplant parm for a filling and delicious meal!
With it being the dead of winter and all, I’ve been doing my best to stay warm during the cloudy rainy days. This can be especially difficult if your diet consists of mostly raw foods, so its good to supplement with foods and spices that having a warming tendency for the body. The three C’s of warming spices are cinnamon (dalchini), cardamom (elichee), and clove (laung). In my opinion, the best way to combine these heat makers is to make a nice cup of warm chai. The smells and tastes of these aromatic spices are just the thing for that cold day gloom, and are also great for your health. To go along with the chai, I’ve included a recipe for a delicious snack to enjoy, which I’m going to call chai cookie cakes. Enjoy it!
These are some of my favorite crackers of all time. I got the basic recipe from Mary Rydman's book, Raw and Radiant. I found I needed to make it more flavorful than the original, so feel free to go lighter on the garlic, onion etc. I like them with sliced avocado, sliced tomatoes, cucumber, or (my favorite) raw goat cheddar. They're great for taking to work for lunch.