By Emily and Linda Wooliever
Well, my daughter pulled out one of her little cook books and looked at a recipe that appealed to her. The kids aren’t eating dairy and the recipe called for yogurt. Determined Emily took out a bowl and put it on the table. She found some fruit that was ripe to use and began washing and cutting it and putting it in the bowl. I was cleaning up my own mess (I made my famous chilli) and by the time I got to her she was all into it. Sam, my son, came by and he wanted to help so he cut a kiwi and added it to the bowl. Then they both cut up bananas. They kept talking about the fact that they don’t have yogurt. I looked at the recipe and I said, “Do you want me to make something that’s like yogurt?” They said, “Sure!” So I pulled out my vitamix and made a raw yogurt. Here’s the recipe:
Ripe fruit: plums, peaches, nectarines, kiwi, banana. (Or whatever you have on hand)
Here’s 2 pictures of the fruit kebobs. Make this with your kids, or grandkids or neices or nephews. Or just for yourself. OK?