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RE: [rawfood-197] June Potluck Recipes

From: Hadasah B.
Sent on: Thursday, June 7, 2007 5:55 PM
--- John Horak <[address removed]> wrote:

> Yes you?re right. I do that myself sometimes.
> Actually, it?s really
> difficult to grind the nuts to a homogeneous
> consistency. Some of them will
> be larger. Chunky is beautiful!
> 
>  
> 
> I don?t recommend freezing anything. It?s just a gut
> feeling about the
> effect of freezing on living things. In nature,
> freezing usually kills.
> Sometimes when I?m in a hurry, I put the whole thing
> in the freezer for
> about 10 minutes or so to speed up the process of
> hardening ? then I move it
> to the fridge.
> 
>  
> 
> I have a couple of new ideas for new recipes. Stay
> tuned!
> 
>  
> 
> John 
> 
>   _____  
> 
> From: [address removed]
> [mailto:[address removed]] On Behalf Of
> Naomi Sanchez
> Sent: Thursday, June 07,[masked]:49 PM
> To: [address removed]
> Subject: RE: [rawfood-197] June Potluck Recipes
> 
>  
> 
> Thanks John,  I made this recipe and thought it was
> great!!!  I doubled the
> receipe though and had a couple of suggestions.  I
> think it would be a good
> idea to throw in a few (slightly larger) walnut
> pieces to make it look more
> like the real thing.  Also, I put it in a small
> plastic container (7-1/2 x
> 11"), glass pyrex would be better as long as you
> could freeze it and
> hopefully it won' t be too heavy.  I also cut it in
> squares before I put it
> in freezer.  I can't wait to get home and have some
> tonight.  Keep the
> recipes coming, if someone else likes a dish, I
> probably will too!!!
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: [address removed]
> [mailto:[address removed]]On Behalf Of
> John Horak
> Sent: Saturday, June 02,[masked]:04 PM
> To: [address removed]
> Subject: RE: [rawfood-197] June Potluck Recipes
> 
> Here is the German Chocolate Fudge recipe.
> 
> John 
> 
> 
>   _____  
> 
> 
> From: [address removed]
> [mailto:[address removed]] On Behalf
> Of Melody
> Sent: Saturday, June 02,[masked]:44 PM
> To: [address removed]
> Subject: [rawfood-197] June Potluck Recipes
> 
> June Potluck Recipes
> Stuffed Mushroom Caps:
> 24 small crimini mushrooms, de-stemmed
> Marinated 1 hour to overnight in:
> 1/4C olive oil
> 1/4C nama shoyu or soy sauce
> 1/4C apple cider vinegar
> 4 cloves garlic, minced
> Lots of fresh-ground black pepper
> Pesto P?t?:
> 2C basil leaves, packed
> 1C walnuts
> 1/2C pine nuts, plus 2T ground for garnish
> 2T nutritional yeast
> 2T olive oil
> 1 clove garlic
> Sea salt to taste
> Remove mushrooms from the marinade and pat dry with
> a towel. Grind walnuts
> into small crumbs in a food processor and add the
> rest of the p?t?
> ingredients. Blend until well incorporated, but not
> completely smooth. Spoon
> a small amount of the pesto p?t? into each mushroom,
> and top with ground
> pine nuts. Serve as-is, or warmed in a dehydrator or
> very low oven for about
> an hour. 
> Chrissy's Goddess Chips
> 
> 2 bunches kale, broken into large pieces by hand
> 
> Dressing: 
> 3/4 c sesame tahini 
> 1/2 c apple cider vinegar
> 1/2 c water ~ more if needed
> 1/4 cup fresh parsley
> 1/4 cup nama shoyu
> 2 scallions
> 1 clove garlic
> 1 lemon, juiced
> 1/4 t. sea salt
> 
> Place kale in a large mixing bowl. Combine all
> ingredients in a blender and
> blend until smooth to get a thick consistency. You
> may have to add more
> water. Pour over kale and mix thoroughly with your
> hands to coat the kale.
> You want this mixture to be really glued onto the
> kale. 
> 
> Place kale onto a Teflex sheet, on top of a mesh
> dehydrator screen, and
> dehydrate for 4 hours @ 110 degrees. You'll need to
> use two trays. Rotate
> kale occasionally to dry uniformly.
> German Chocolate Fudge
> 
> 1 c Shredded Coconut
> 1-1/2 c Walnuts
> 3 T Cacao Nibs
> 3 T Carob Powder
> ? c Coconut Oil
> 2 T Honey
> 
> Grind nuts and shredded coconut until they are about
> the consistency of
> breadcrumbs. Grind cacao nibs as fine as you like.
> 
> Add all ground ingredients and carob powder into
> bowl and mix them together
> thoroughly before adding coconut oil.
> 
> Add coconut oil to mixture and mix well. You may
> have to heat coconut oil to
> make it easier to mix. Add honey.
> 
> Spread on small cutting board and form into flat
> rectangle. Cover with piece
> of saran wrap and let sit in refrigerator for about
> ? hour or so. Cut into
> small bite size pieces and put into airtight
> container.
> 
> Carrot Salad (from Rawsome)
> 
> 4 grated carrots
> Juice of 1 orange
> ? c currents
> 1 T extra-virgin olive oil
> ? t Celtic salt
> ? t freshly ground cumin
> 
> Combine all ingredients in bowl and toss well.
> 
> Broccoli Salad
> 
> 1 head broccoli, separate florets
> 1 sm red onion
> 1 c raisins
> 1 can mandarin oranges
> 
> Dressing:
> 1/8 c mayonnaise 
> 1/3 c rice wine vinegar
> 1 T raw honey
> 
> Blend and pour over salad. Let stand 1 hour. Enjoy
> Broccoli soup
> 
> 3 c water
> 1 c almonds
> 2 c broccoli
> 1 avocado
> 1 t honey
> ?-1 cloves garlic
> 1 T olive oil
> 1 t onion
> 1-1 ? t sea salt
> ? t cumin
> ? t pepper
> 
> 
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