The Healthy Patriot’s Dessert: Red, White, Blue, and Raw! Perfect for a quiet Fourth of July celebration with your companion. Or multiply for the whole gang and watch the fireworks of delight this blockbuster dessert will bring.
Raw food recipes with coconut
There’s been lots of buzz lately about matcha tea. If you want to wean yourself off coffee, matcha makes a great alternative.
It has one fifth the caffeine of your cappuccino. It provides sustainable energy, without the spike and later crash that coffee brings, with three times the antioxidants of regular green tea. It contains high levels of chlorophyll. And its polyphenols, called catechins, have possible cancer-preventive properties.
Talk up these details of matcha tea to your guests as you serve them this delicious raw cake at a holiday gathering—say, Mother’s Day. They’ll feel great after a piece of this cake and next time will ask for more!
You’ll wish you could have this lovely cake all year round. Sadly, you can make it only during the persimmon season, unless you have some frozen ones, as I advised in this article Persimmon Health Benefits. Enjoy it while you can! Mmmm…raw Persimmon and Coconut Cake.
Here’s a truly elegant dessert you might find in a high-end hotel, blending pricey bar shots and the scrumptious, forbidden flavors of a top restaurant. You’ll thrill your guests and leave them wondering how you did it. Yet it’s so easy…
If you want to feel more grounded and nourished after a meal, look no further than mushrooms with their earthly flavor combined onions. They pair well with onions and leeks in this creamy warm winter soup.
Prepare for a festive Independence Day party with this beautiful fruit salad with explosive taste of berries and melon.
Raspberries are a perfect Valentine’s Day treat. The whip makes a tasty holiday alternative (or addition) to your daily smoothie. Add more coconut “meat” if you want the whip to be even thicker.
If you ever miss clam chowder, then this soup is for you. It can be served cold or even warmed up in a blender or on a stove top to about 100F.
Blended frozen bananas create a perfect texture for raw vegan “ice-cream,” and, when combined with berries, offer an exceptionally healthy treat for hot summer days.
Along with juicing and using sunchokes in salads and soups, you can also incorporate them into “meat” balls, vegetable patties or latkes, like in the recipe below. The latkes make perfect non-messy finger foods, and can be used with a variety of dips or spreads.