See recipe at http://recipes.rawobjectivism.com/spicy-raw-carrot-soup/
this was so good that even my meat-eating cooked food boyfriend enjoyed it!
This really does remind me of tuna salad, in both texture and appearance! It's quick and easy to make, and great stuffed into romaine lettuce wraps. Very flavorful, but delicately so. Juicy, sweet, and savory, just like tuna salad should be! Great for a snack or light lunch. It's delicious and filling, but not SUPER long-term satisfying, if you're needing something like that. Would make a good appetizer or light tea time snack for small informal gatherings where you just want a light finger food to munch on nonchalantly over conversation.
Don't skimp on the dulse flakes ;)
A fun presentation is to stuff this into tulip blossoms and serve with white rose tea or green marigold tea
1/2 seedless watermelon, with rind
Juice all ingredients.
Why is watermelon so good for your heart? It turns out that it contains large amounts of the plant nutrient citrulline. When digesting watermelon, citrulline gets converted to arginine, an amino acid that helps relax blood vessels, improve blood flow, and boosts your immune system. The only catch? Citrulline is found in highest concentrations in watermelon rind, rather than its sweet flesh. Most people I know don’t sit around gnawing on watermelon rind, so how do you unlock this little miracle? Juice!
Note: If you’re diabetic or following a low-sugar diet, keep in mind that watermlon flesh is pretty sugary, so take it easy on juicing the flesh. I primarily use the rind and add cucumber for volume. http://thepinkavocado.com/
I'm in the UK for the summer, and discovery are one of the first apple varieties to come into season. They are so much fun because their flesh is tinged pink! My boyfriend's tree is providing us with loads of them, so I came up with this. It's simple, just sweetened with dates and really tasty.
Of course, you could use any type of apple, but the tarter the better!
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