Submitted by WhiteApple on January 15, 2010 - 10:39pm
3 Stuffed Mushrooms
So I got some big Portobello Mushrooms marked down at the store although I had no idea what to use them for but I made something up out of nowhere and here is what I got so yummy! Thats the thing with raw food I can have so much fun and it'll most likely always taste good, and it will make me feel good too!
Submitted by WhiteApple on January 13, 2010 - 12:03am
1 Generous Portion
I really like Pumpkin seeds and they have lots of vitamins and minerals like Iron (which I have worried about going raw) so everyday I soak some for the next day for something either smoothie or cereal then I experimented with this after seeing a raw sesame dip video and just made it up as I went. This recipe was my 2nd attempt at and it turned out better than my first (no oil, raisins or spinach in it)
I was craving a nut burrito i had at a raw restaurant once so I came up with this and it tasted very similiar! The original burrito used nuts but I wanted to cut the fat content so used seeds. I admit, the olives i used weren’t raw but the one I had at the restaurant used raw olives..gave it a salty flavor and compliments the nutty and garlicky taste of the sunflower pate. It was a quick lunch and yummy!!!
I call this “Dirt and Earth” because the colors are brown and green which remind me of fresh soil and greenery. I also set up the presentation to resemble a grassy green avocado hill and sage tree. Everything used is edible. Picture coming soon!
This is by far the best ever. I have mixed some of my favorite ingredients together. You can make this in 5 minutes flat. It can be served as a hearty snack or even a filling meal. They make wonderful appetizers (use small avocados for appetizer purposes) and are great for parties. You and your guests will feel at home with yourselves and the earth when you dig (your spoon) into “the earth” and accept nature’s nourishment.