This is one of my favorite things to eat. When I started going raw, I was so glad that I could still have this. I don’t know what is so great about it, the taste(although not the ideal food combining :) combinations are just so good to me.
This is a pretty simple recipe… it’s so simple I almost feel like I’m wronging you by calling it a recipe. I had the spices around the house and always have flax seed. + I LOVE avocados. This Avocado-Flax love concoction idea sprouted after I found this simple-flaxy-love idea: http://www.goneraw.com/recipes/3593-easy-flax-grated-cheese-
“Careful when you open a jar of these – the only way to stop eating them is to finish the jar.” – McNeill
When I took a bite of these cucumbers, I couldn’t believe how good they were.
I especially like this pickle recipe because it does NOT use vinegar, an amylase (enzyme) inhibitor. Although, apple cider vinegar has its benefits. Fresh dill could be used.
As with any recipe that uses lemons, make sure the lemons taste ‘right’ or taste good. Lemons can make or ‘break’ a recipe.
this topping adheres to whatever you sprinkle it over. it’s creamy and slightly salty. i got this idea from one of the many books i peruse at barnes and noble, so i can’t remember who to credit.
I got this recipe from “The Raw Chef Blog” by Russell James.
I found it when I was searching for a Raw Chocolate Easter Egg
recipe. We made 6 butterfly chocolate pops, 1 Easter Bunny pop,
12 solid, large eggs, and filled 3 minature mould sheets.
It made our Easter! Thank you Russell James!!!