Raw Food Recipe Menu: April 6, 2014
word Dandelion comes from the French, Dent de Lion … teeth of the
lion. That’s an old dandelion seed packet above. The jagged, tooth-like
leaves, and yellow flowers are super easy to identify (top photo) and it
grows nearly everywhere throughout spring and summer. Whenever foraging for wild edibles,
just be certain you know what you’re picking. Be familiar with what’s
edible but also what may be toxic or poisonous.
together, like the mango and cayenne that tops this salad. For this
salad, I chopped the avocado, mango, and onion, and added the olive oil,
agave, lime juice, salt, pepper, cayenne, and red pepper flakes. I
mixed this well and let stand and somewhat marinate for a few minutes.
Then I spooned it over a bed of leaf lettuce and dandelion greens. I
planted the microgreens in a flat with an inch or so of potting soil and
snipped them off about 8 days later.
put the grapes, walnuts, and onions on a bed of mixed greens and dressed
them with a basic vinaigrette of olive oil, agave, vinegar, salt,
pepper, and garlic whisked together until emulsified.
ice creams seem almost too good to be true. I’m still amazed at how
healthy and delicious these are, and yet so incredibly simple to make.
can be made in a food processor with an “S” blade or blender, either
one. Puree all ingredients until very smooth, then process in an ice
cream maker until firm. If you don’t have an ice cream maker, just place
in the freezer and stir every so often until firm.
total carb: 227 gr
total protein: 22 gr