This is a great substitute for meat. I have this at least twice a week!
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i got this recipe from Annie Padden Jubb and David Jubb's lifeFood Recipe Book: Living on Life Force. these guys are really well-rounded and very knowledgeable. it has over 180 recipes. very well-researched.
Quick and simple to prepare, bowl-licking tasty. Great over kale--I just ate the entire (673 Calorie) recipe, which generously coated one bunch (6 cups?) of kale. It would probably make a good coating for dried kale chips, and it would make a nice flavored mayonnaise, too. Inspired by a few of the wonderful recipes on this site.
Horensou in Japanses means spinach and Ohitashi means soaking in. Various leaf vegetables are simply boiled and seasoned with soy sauce and other ingredients depending on the household. It’s a great side to be served in any Japanese-style meal. I have altered this recipe to make sure it RAWks! :) standard.
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This is one of my current go-to meals, I have it 2-3 times a week, I love it. The soup is from The Raw Revolution Diet by Cherie Soria, Brenda Davis, and Vesanto Melina. Try it!