These “beans” turned out so good my boyfriend called them Refried Love. They started out being the walnut taco meat but then I added a bunch of things until they turned into more of a bean flavor and texture.
Want to make “pasta”? I was so delighted by the way this looks. This will keep a long time and go on camping trips. You could also wrap this in a bow and put it in a gift basket.
A light, creamy, yummy pie. The picture looks a little like “humanimal.” =)
This is an adaptation of my favorite cooked chai recipe from The Ayurvedic Cookbook by Amadea Morningstar. I fell in love with this chai from the first time I made it and now those chai drinks from the coffee shops just don’t cut it!! I just tried this raw version for the first time this morning and I could have finished the whole thing off straight from the blender!!! It takes longer to make because the mint needs to be soaked in the water like a sun tea but it is definitely worth it! I hope you enjoy this as much as I did.
An amazing recipe I found on the “from sad to raw. com” web site. I haven’t tried it yet but it looks great.