testing-1-2-3 testing I am practicing so please bear with me. I want to get videos up and recipes and other fun things and you have to start somewhere, right? :) So here is a recipe with lots of photos and a video how to
by Linda Wooliever This makes a lot so you'll have it for other things. Put it in a jar and keep it in your fridge. Replace it for the regular mayo that you normally use
2 tbsp. olive oil (extra-virgin)
2 tbsp. fresh lemon juice or 1 tbsp. apple cider vinegar
1 garlic clove, pressed
Celtic sea salt to taste
1) Blend all ingredients together in a small bowl. Adjust flavor to your taste.
Enough for 1 large salad. Serve immediately.
by Linda Wooliever Typically I put in recipes that are seasonal to try to encourage all of us to eat more seasonally but today I wanted to put in this recipe because I thought, "wouldn't it be great to change one thing this week that is eaten so much in the typical diet." Here is a ketchup recipe that I adapted from several that I've seen. I make these kinds of switches a lot with my kids. I make raw marinara sauce and put it over their rice pasta. We actually don't use ketchup anymore in this house but certainly at restaurants it's there and certainly it's in nearly everyone's cupboards and fridges.
from Juliano's "Raw: The Uncook Book" I modified it to make it really raw and well, I just switched things up a bit.
Had some cauliflower that was needing to get used, so I whipped up this recipe quick style. Enjoy!
"This Raw Experience classic is zingy and creamy. Some people even eat it as a soup." Makes 2 1/2 cups