"Fruit is the best food for humans! All kids like fruit because it is the natural food for our species! Let him have access to all the fruits and veggies he wants, and let him decide what to eat by himself!
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About Me: (at least a couple of sentences; ex: family, interests, hobbies, favorite quote, personal mission statement, etc
Homeschooling mom to 2:) I have been interested in implementing a higher level of raw foods for several years now.
How did you hear about Raw Food Rehab?
What percentage of your current diet would you estimate is raw foods? (this answer many change over time)
10%ish....Through out the summer I have been making a green smoothie or juice or two almost everyday. We also ususally have a raw veggie with dinner during the summer months.
How are you hoping this community can best support you in your journey? (moral support, transition advice, recipes, inspiration, fitness tips, etc)
Support. Support especially form those who also live in cold winter climate states.
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1 cup vanilla coconut milk 1 cup raw organic cashews 1/3 cup coconut sugar plus extra for topping 1 large, very ripe organic banana 1 large, half-ripe organic banana, thinly sliced 1 tbsp coconut oil 1 tsp vanilla 1 1/2 tsp ground chia
In a high-speed blender or food processor, combine cashews, coconut milk, banana, coconut sugar, vanilla and coconut oil until smooth. Add ground chia and continue to blend.
Layer banana slices across bottom of four ramekins.
Pour mixture evenly over bananas.
Refrigerate for about an hour.
Remove from fridge, then sprinkle coconut sugar to completely cover top of each ramekin. Using a blowtorch, caramelize sugar until bubbling and golden. If you don't have a blowtorch, place ramekins in oven under broiler for a few minutes.