2014 best raw food recipes

raw food 7Check out the many raw food recipes online. There’s even a link to free e-book with raw food recipes, according to the website. See the Raw Food Recipes Online website. Try a salad of avocado and grapefruit or apple and avocado with pickled ginger.
Check out the site, Monthly Raw Food Staples. Also see, 120 Raw Food Recipes. Also check out the coconut yogurt recipe site. Coconut yogurt is nondairy and made with coconut, coconut water, and 2 capsules of probiotic. Check to see whether your probiotic actually is ‘alive’ and active.
You blend everything (no coconut shell) to a liquid and put into a bowl, and then add your probiotic. Instead of fermenting the yogurt like you make regular yogurt with dairy products, instead you put the bowl of coconut, coconut water, and priobiotic capsules into a dehydrator set at 105 degrees F. for about three hours. The yogurt needs to fluff up creamy and may need a little more time, but not much more.
Make sure the yogurt is white. Pink, purple, or orange color in the yogurt means bad news and you should not eat it unless the color is white. When the yogurt is done, flavor it, if desired with berries or your favorite flavoring, according to the site, Coconut Yogurt – Just How I like It.
See the site also titled “Posted in Breakfast, Dessert, Raw Food Recipes.” Check out the Coconut Yogurt link for the entire recipe. It’s wonderful to see all these links for free raw food recipes online. Try them. If you’re looking for a different–coconut kefir recipe, check out the site, Making Young Coconut Kefir / All Body Ecology Articles or Donna Gates’ site: Secrets for Making The Perfect Batch of Young Coconut Kefir.
Click on these links to see more recipe posts for raw foods.
Check out the raw food lasagna site. What’s great about the raw food lasagne recipe on the site is that it combines an eggplant with mushrooms and a pack of raw spinach with olive oil and lemon juice. See the site at Raw Lasagna.
The actual recipe is published at the site called Italian cuisine, Mains, Raw Food Recipes. Also search the web using tags for raw food lasagna recipes such as lasagna recipe, raw food, raw food recipe, Raw Food Recipes, raw food recipes online, raw italian food, and raw lasagna. For many other raw food recipes click on The Raw Food Recipes List from Raw Food Recipes Online.
Breakfast bowls as an alternative to smoothies
Some people eating raw foods may look for raw food breakfast bowls. Here is a four-layer smoothie in a bowl without a need to puree, blend, or emulsify the contents. Just eat it with a spoon. Breakfast in a bowl smoothie consists of four layers in a bowl–the tablespoon of whey, hemp, or rice protein powder, the ground up nuts, flax seeds, and chia seeds, the green powder toppings of spirulina and wheat grass or barley grass–only about a 1/2 teaspoon of each powder, and a layer of fruit such as frozen blueberries or any other berries.
The last layer is the thick almond milk, regular milk, kefir, coconut milk, or any nondairy milk substitute that’s a creamy liquid. Then you eat it with a tablespoon as you’d eat cold cereal. Except you have fruit, protein powder, green powders, ground seeds, and nuts turned into the consistency of meal in your dry grinder. Instead of cold cereal, try this smoothie in a bowl breakfast or snack. It also can be turned into a smoothie in your blender by adding more almond milk or other liquid.
is prepared by putting a scoop of whey powder in a cereal bowl. Add a teaspoon of Hawaiian Spirulina powder and a teaspoon of barley green, a green barley and wheat grass powder. Then add crushed or ground-to-a-meal consistency nuts such as walnuts and almonds mixed with two tablespoons of chia seeds and two tablespoons of flax seeds all ground up either in a coffee grinder or an electric dry grinder such as a Vita-Mix dry container grinder. You’ll find up all the chia and flax seeds with the nuts.
Put a few spoons of the nuts and seeds mixture in the bowl that has the whey powder, spirulina, and barley grass powder. Then add a cup or less of almond milk or any type of milk or nondairy milk substitute you like–coconut milk, almond milk, goat milk, rice milk, hemp milk, hazelnut milk, soy milk, kefir, yogurt, rice milk–whatever you prefer as a creamy liquid.
On top of that after you stir until the whey powder is dissolved along with the spirulina and wheat or barley grass powder, you place a few blueberries. Frozen blueberries are find. Stir slightly. You could also use strawberries or raspberries or mix the types of berries and/or pitted cherries.
Serve this breakfast bowl as a side dish with any other breakfast goodies or by itself. For those who need a high-protein breakfast, the whey powder does give some protein, and the crushed nuts.
To make a big meal of this, you also could add a side of scrambled eggs. What you have basically in the bowl is a smoothie that hasn’t totally been emulsified in a blender. You eat it with a tablespoon. For variety you could sprinkle with cinnamon or top with a dollup of yogurt.

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