This is a quick and easy soup that you can serve warm or cold. It takes less time to make then heating up a can of soup.
By Russell & Jennifer Halderman from the Raw Fusion® Kitchen www.RawFusionStore.com
A quick, easy and very satisfying salad with foods I have on hand at all times. A good way to get more fermented vegetables in your diet as well. The spicy kim chi is a little too hot for me but the tahini blunts it to just right temperature.
This salad tastes absolutely divine, actually it tastes like pizza. Feel free to vary the ingredients/amounts/dressing to accommodate your palette. To make dried tomato bits, simply slice thinly your favorite tomatoes and dry them for 24 hours on mesh sheets. Then, break them into tiny bits the size of bacon bits. You’ll love how the tomato bits soak up the dressing as they taste just like bacon! It is unbelievable. And adding a few dried onions to the mix is very nice too. Feel free to use regular sea salt instead of Himalayan. You could also try adding some raw nut or seed cheese to the salad and it probably would be amazing.
Delicious, juicy, sweet and ligltly spicy. I found the idea to sprinkle curry powder over tomato and mango on a french non-raw blog (http://drole2bouffe.over-blog.fr/). Then I invented this recipe around this idea, adding a vinaigrette and fresh basil.
a warming drink