They are really good, and they are sooo easy! Something very light, refreshing and quick to prepare for the summer or anytime. We make the tacos when were in need of something fast and it tastes better than real tacos! NO PRE-PREPORATION OR DEHYDRATING NEEDED…
“Energy Soup is the most important nourishment
in the Living Foods Lifestyle” Ann Wigmore
I have suffered horrible cravings for all sorts of junk. I have tried everything, nothing worked. I was having terrible digestive problems so I began eating this all the time – due to its easily digestive nature and high quality balanced nutrient composition.
A magic potion – this delicious and nutritious soup has killed my vices one by one. Now all I crave is this stuff, I even eat it for breakfast.
This recipe is based on Ann Wigmore’s original recipe, I haved added a few extra ingredients (marked with a star)
My friends can’t stop gushing over my skin – they all want to know what product I use!! hehe
This stuff is nothing short of a miracle, capable of healing any ailment when consumed regularly …
I have always been a rather unattractive child – All of a sudden people are stopping me in the street to tell me how attractive I am, even in a beanie and trackpants!
Last week I got offered a modelling contract with an exclusive agency in Sydney. OMG!! -
This recipe has changed resurrected health and energy and completely rearranged my face – in the space of 6 months.
Please give this recipe a go and let me know what magic takes place within your life. I would love to know.
Soooo, I was experimenting with mung bean sprouting techniques and to my delight, I was successful…very successful. I had 6 cups of 4” mung bean sprouts and not a clue of what to do with them except, of course, eat them as is. I decided to try a burger recipe, replacing the usual almonds or other nuts, with my mung bean sprouts. What I got was a nice, light burger. The picture shows baby greens, almond and pine nut cheese (see below), tomato, mung & carrot burger on Matt Amsden’s (RAWvolution) Famous Onion Bread. I love this bread because it turns out great every time! I left onion out of my burger recipe because I knew I would be using onion bread but you might want to add onion if you are using something different.
I was so excited to see my mung beans this morning. After only soaking them over-night, they sprouted! These beans have a really refreshing taste and they are so easy to “make”. They begin a brilliant green but when sprouted another day or so, their skins float off and the beans become tender, tiny, white delicacies- just think of the possibilities!
From a nutritional standpoint Mung Beans are the bomb! They are high in protein and lysine. Lysine protects against osteoporosis, heals canker sores, and assists the body to heal after surgery more quickly. It also helps rebuild joints which is why I am so interested in it. It helps ensure adequate absorption of calcium and the formation of collagen for bone, cartilage and connective tissue. Lysine strengthens circulation and helps the immune system manufacture antibodies. It also helps control the body’s acid/alkaline balance, influences the pineal and mammary glands and plays a role in gallbladder function.
Mung Beans are made into puddings in other countries because they are high in sugar, ground into flour, and are also made into fine noodles.