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.
http://www.livingandhealingraw.com/ Broccoli, chopped in food processor Celery, sliced thinly (Linda's note: I pulse-chopped it in the food processor) Red pepper, chopped (I used carrots since I had them) Shallots, green onion, red onion, or white onion, finely chopped (I used an onion and I added it to the mayo dressing instead - don't ask me why) Seed or nut mayonnaise
By Frederic Patenaude 1 and 1/2 cups water 2 cups butternut squash, diced 4 ribs of celery 2 Tbs. tahini 2 green onions 1/2 cup fresh basil 1/2 tsp. sea salt 1/2 tsp. paprika Instructions: Blend the water and half of the butternut squash. Add progressively the other half as well as the rest of the ingredients and blend. This is a sweet soup that will surprise more than one. It is ideally made using a heavy-duty blender such as the Vita-Mix.
Serves a lot! :-) This is so awesome to share with you. My sister-in-law this past week decided to try green smoothies so I've been having fun emailing her tips about green smoothies! She's made a green smoothie for my dad once and now her mom has asked for the recipe.
After 6 years of experimenting with % of raw foods in my diet, it's taken me a few years to be able to have a morning smoothie. I used to have a few sugar-related issues that made it hard for me to have smoothies and not get light-headed. So now I'm able to eat AND ENJOY my morning smoothie.