Gratitude – take all those warm, wonderful feelngs from sharing a special holiday meal with people you love, and move them into a habit of being grateful every day.
Raw Cacao is a superfood –easy to digest, absorb and assimilate. It’s natural ingredients are intact which makes for increased vital force and energy in the body.
This dessert is family favorite, often requested by grandchildren…healthy enough to have for breakfast.
Coconut Crust will keep for one month in the refrigerator and 3 months in the freezer….
If you’ve been experimenting with raw foods for a time, you may have most of these ingredients. If it’s all new to you, get all the things together–you don’t want to miss this wonderful treat filled with nutrition and tastiness.
Seaweed is a powerhouse of vitamins and minerals…all of these nutrients combine to reduce inflammation, lift your energy, maintain strong bones and teeth, support thyroid health and hormonal balance, and even reduce the risk of cancer.
Salad Soak kelp noodles overnight to remove bitterness. Rinse and cut to desired length. Marinate noodles in Ginger Garlic Dressing (below) in a large bowl. Add whatever other salad ingredients you love: sliced avocado, greens, microgreens, carrots, red cabbage, cilantro, red bell pepper, green onion, and mix well Ginger Garlic Dressing 1 cup sesame oil… Read more
Originally published in The Raw Gourmet, by Nomi Shannon, this is one of my favorites. This salad has a very unique flavor from the seaweed, yam, and cinnamon. 1 cup hijiki, soaked for 30 minutes 2 cups grated yam or sweet potato 4 Tbs. dehydrated sunflower or pumpkin seeds, or soaked seeds (optional) 1 Tbs…. Read more
Abundant in vitamins, minerals and dietary fiber, wakame is the king of alkaline foods. Wakame expands to approximately 20 times its size when soaked. It is very versatile and mild in flavor. This marinated seaweed salad is a wonderful way to enhance the flavor of wakame. 1/3 package wakame 1 large or 2 small… Read more
In this tasty salad, arame, with its subtle flavor of the sea, mixes with colorful veggies and a simple and refreshing dressing. Yield: 2- 1 cup salads 1 cup arame, soaked 30 minutes ¼ cup carrot, peeled and grated ¼ cup red cabbage, sliced thin ¼ cup green onion, diced small ½ tsp ginger… Read more