A confirmed salad lovers new addiction! I bought a bag of fresh (frozen) wild Canadian blueberries for my smoothies, when I thought I might try something new for my dressings repertoire. It had barely lasted me 2 days because I am craving it's sweet delicious-ness! I will have to re-make it and take a picture because I ate it too fast...
A similar variation of this recipe i got from Ani Phyo but i decided to alter it a bit to suit my tastes because she used dates and a few other ingredients that i didn't have in my kitchen. Its super fast and super yummy and came together in my magic bullet in about a minute. Using the cherry tomato's gives the sauce a really nice orange-y color which looks pretty topped on a veggie pasta or spaghetti squash. ENJOY! :)
This morning I was craving something other than my usual smoothie. A few weeks ago I made buckwheat crispies, and didn't really like them as a plain cereal (I am pretty new to eating raw, so my taste buds are still used to SAD flavours). I wanted something cruncy and cereal like (I also wanted to use some of these buckwheat crispies up)
I was inspired by my grandmother's seasoned oyster crackers I used to eat as a child. I remember them being very strong in garlic, dill and salt. Sometimes I crave a savory, salty crunch and these hit the spot! Throw these on a salad for some crunch!
This recipe is from Jennifer Cornbleet's book and love it so much I always have a batch made up. I'll use it in wraps, on top of salads or on crackers.