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Thank you, Susan! Actually, I found it right after I posted my last comment. I had even saved it.......pardon my old age, but I'm glad to have it. Take care
Jane, here is the link you are looking for:
Help! I thought I saw a video for some kidney support soup made with asparagus, celery, and maybe a couple of other things....a couple of weeks ago....and now I can't find it. Does anyone have clue??
I am rather new to going somewhat vegetarian & raw. Having to cook for hubby is making it difficult at times. I would love to know where you purchase truly raw nuts, seeds etc. I've heard that most are advertised raw but aren't. Also are all nuts & seeds to always be soaked prior to eating? I've seen different suggestions on this
i have started to eat raw, about 80 % about two months ago...now I have been reading and looking for great recipes because eating just salad and fruit does get boring after a while...I tried the nutpaste (was not really that good) and just today I tried the nori roll ( I did not like it at all) and dehydrated a bit but so far,but the salads and fruit smoothies are still the best...so I have to look more and try more in the hope that I can find some great ideas that do taste good. I never really liked cooking but i am sure I am not the only person here who does not like it...I live in Belgium so when I read recipes and try to make things I can not always get it here. anyway...i will learn, I am sure
Hi Kelly, One way to have mushrooms on hand always is to dehydrate them. Just slice or leave whole and clean, dehydrate. Then rehydrate with warm water and/or a marinade to give them some great flavor. Thats how I handle mushrooms I'm not going to get to! Lucky you to get so many, so cheap!!
I just bought 12 still beautiful portabella mushrooms that were marked down to a great price. I am not sure what to do with that many before they go bad. Should I dehydrate them?
All of our recipes are in The Kitchen - I'd start by checking in the Dessert Section! I just found one that could work beautifully as whipped cream, click here to view.
Anyone have a good recipe for whipped cream?
Should bitter almonds be soaked if you are personally taking them out of the peach/apricot?
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