these are worth a reblog
these are worth a reblog
this is so G! I had to reblog ;)
it hurts just looking at it
Raw Vegan Sushi - thanks to Enovalee for sharing this awesome recipe here is the vid
It’s so easy!
you will need
Cauliflower (white or purple)
Pepper (red, orange, green or yellow) - whatever you like
you can add sprouts for added crunch - will try this next
Chickpea Miso - you can easily find this at Whole Foods. I found one by South River which is delicious and organic. You can also use the miso in soups - so it is something you can certainly use in other dishes.
I don’t usually measure much when I cook, I go more on taste. Basically place some cauliflower florets along with some macadamea nuts in a food processor until it’s finely chopped. Slice your veggies with a veggie slicer - thin slices are best. Place your Nori sheet on a cutting board and start adding your ingredients. I added the cucumber slices, red pepper slices and avocado in the middle, cauliflower rice on the top and spread the miso on the bottom and rolled. (I basically followed what Enovalee did)
There you have it - raw vegan sushi
What I loved about the cauliflower rice variation is that it wasn’t so heavy and filling, it was crispy, tasty and refreshing. I am definitely going to experiment with different veggies. yay!
I am still doing my clean eating. Hit a little bump in the road. I was at my bro’s last week. We ended up ordering Mexican. I went with my usual, Nachos with shredded chicken, beans, cheese, pico de gallo and sour cream - I really have a soft spot for those nachos. I haven’t been eating too many dairy products and well, you guessed it, the cheese and sour cream were a bit heavy on my tummy. I have also eliminated fried foods, so I felt really yucky after eating fried chips.
I have a new approach to food and eating. I really want to make most of the food I consume myself - because when you make your own stuff you add the secrete ingredient - LOVE. There is a major difference when you eat home cooked meals - for me at least - I feel warm and whole. I know most people have argued with me that cooking at home takes effort, time and money. I have to say… I grew up in a home where we ate home cooked meals six days out of the week, and both parents worked full time jobs. So, it is possible and from my experience more cost effective.
The key is to plan, keep a weekly menu in mind and stick to your grocery list when shopping. You buy what you need, use the ingredients you buy and have leftovers for those days you really can’t be bothered to turn on the stove.
I’ve been doing this and let me tell you - I never starve. Eat great. Feel great. In the process I’m learning so much about food and what it does to my body and my soul. Okay I will end the cheese factor with that. ;)
I have always believed that cooking can be simple, fun and therapeutic. So I encourage everyone to try it. It’s easier than you think.
This is such a beautiful video. What a beautiful family. I found this by searching how to make raw chocolate. Picnicman73 has a video where he shows you how to make raw chocolate. The vibe was so relaxed, natural and pure that I was interested to see more. I am so glad I did.
And here I share with you. xo
Bring some Bali back to The Beehive (by picnicman73)