this is my first raw recipe, so tell me how you like it. i must caution that this pate means business and is for serious mushroom-lovers only. i slapped it onto a collard leaf with celery and carrot. a picture is located here (http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_xF_zKAoztQQ/SKjda9xm1ZI/AAAAAAAAAE8/IaRPprJEFi...) – for some reason the site won’t let me upload it.
This is my favorite dressing and is great for lunch in a salad made of fresh tomatoes, red bell pepper, cucumber, romain lettuce, and a little thinly sliced onion. Purely raw and great tasting to.
I made this recipe up because my husband who is a ranch only lover hated all my other dressings I made but he approved of this one. I have been a little frustrated because it is really hard for me to compete with MSG when trying to please a SAD eater. When I first made this I did not have parsley
or chives in any form and it was good without it. If you do not have onion or garlic powder fresh is fine just use more. The nut milk I used was almond and sunflower mixed. I just use what I have as I donā€™t see that it changes the taste much.
If you use a lot of dressing I would double this. Also if you like a thinner dressing you should just add a little more nut milk.
Wonderful veggie lasagna. I was going through my mother-in-law’s cookbooks and saw this recipe for Portobellow Lasagna and I thought “i can do that raw!”... here is my attempt. It was my first time ever using raw eggplant, so if you don’t like it or can’t get it soft enough, just use zucchini instead!
Hemp might just be my favorite food on the planet. I am repeatedly amazed by its flavor and nutritional profile, and I truly cannot get enough of it. As a growing teenager and an avid runner, the high-calorie, nutrient-dense qualities of this bar, as well as it’s simplicity to make, are why this is probably my favorite raw recipe that I have created. I hope you’ll enjoy it as much as I have, especially since it’s my first electricity-free recipe!