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Drea
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greyartist, check out the recipe database for many variations on salad dressings and other foods:Recipe Center.


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I make creamy dressings using a raw organic egg and all.....
perfect! whenever you need to cream it up a bit

the spices are up to your taste buds.....add anything you like, compliant

here s a great vinaigrette, and immune boosting to boot
http://www.naturalpartners.tv/.....id/1826/Default.aspx

make it a staple in your household!


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I make my own salad dressing;

2 cups of Olive Oil
1 large onion, yellow or white
1/4 cup of agave or honey (your preference of sweetness)
fresh garlic, other seasonings of your choice.
1 cup of lemon juice

Put in food processor and mix up, I put this in a glass jar and shake up when needed.


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rAw warrior
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Today I made a sauce with canned pumpkin, olive oil, pink sea salt, rosemary, fresh basil and lemon juice.  It was very good.  I had it on my homemade flax bread but I'm going to try it over some brown rice pasta (or another acceptable form of pasta) soon.
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I made this salad dressing last week, turned out pretty good.

3/4 cup of pineapple
1 small kiwi
3 strawberries (recipe didn't call for these, had some that needed to be used)
1/4 c lime juice
3/4 tsp sea salt
2 tsp of honey
2 T of extra virgin olive oil
tossed in some mint leaves

mix in a processor.


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rAw warrior
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^ That sounds good.  I'll have to try it.  Some more stuff I tried:

Pumpkin Pie oatmeal - Just soak oats overnight, add some canned pumpkin, flax seeds (if you want), cinnamon (can add ginger if you wish), stevia and some sea salt.  Mix it up.  Yum.

Chocolate-Strawberry Oatmeal - Oatmeal, unsweetened cocoa powder, stevia, sea salt, sliced strawberries.

Quick snack - sliced cucumbers with lemon juice and seal salt.

Homemade pesto over brown rice pasta - Fresh basil, olive oil, garlic cloves, sea salt, lemon, pine nuts (or other nuts such as walnuts) - puree and serve over pasta or quinoa.

Things to try - black bean and quinoa burgers, salmon/artichoke salad, pumpkin pie in a healthy crust, pumpkin bread pudding (made with homemade flax bread) etc.
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All right, I tried out the black bean quinoa burgers.  I just put 1 can of black beans, two garlic cloves and some yellow onion in food processor.  Then I added sea salt, curry, italian seasoning and lemon juice and mixed it all up.  Verdict: I like the mixture better cold.  It's like mush but I thought it would taste good in a salad or something.  Tastes good with or without the quinoa.
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All right, I tried out the black bean quinoa burgers.  I just put 1 can of black beans, two garlic cloves and some yellow onion in food processor.  Then I added sea salt, curry, italian seasoning and lemon juice and mixed it all up.  Verdict: I like the mixture better cold.  It's like mush but I thought it would taste good in a salad or something.  Tastes good with or without the quinoa.


I have Fast Food Burgers and Fries from a RD that's a vegan and he said not to put those things in the food processor..because that's exactly what you get... mush. He said to use a potato masher and mash the beans in a bowl with it and then stir in the other ingredients..form into patties..refrigerate for 30 mins to firm them up, then you can fry them in a non stick pan.  I just started watching it and he has a lot of good vegan burgers and I plan on making them this weekend.. Even an Indian version..yummm. My 2nd fav cuisine.
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I have Fast Food Burgers and Fries from a RD that's a vegan and he said not to put those things in the food processor..because that's exactly what you get... mush. He said to use a potato masher and mash the beans in a bowl with it and then stir in the other ingredients..form into patties..refrigerate for 30 mins to firm them up, then you can fry them in a non stick pan.  I just started watching it and he has a lot of good vegan burgers and I plan on making them this weekend.. Even an Indian version..yummm. My 2nd fav cuisine.


I had read to refrigerate them before cooking but was far too impatient to do that lol.  I actually happen to like the mushy consistency.  I know that's probably weird. I had some in my salad last night though and I think it made me sick because I felt nauseous afterwards and I woke up with a stomach ache etc.  So no appetite for black beans for a while lol.  Time to put something else in my salad.

Let me know how yours come out.  It sounds good.  Probably will come out better than mine!
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Update: Now I'm thinking it was the lettuce from the salad that made me sick (must not have been good) and not the beans because I had the lettuce again tonight without the beans and got a stomach ache again I've gotten food poisoning more times in my life than any one person should ever have in a lifetime.

I did make a good salad though - romaine lettuce with tuna (could also use salmon), basil, some onion, cucumber and I made a strawberry dressing by pureeing strawberries, adding lemon, salt and olive oil. It was good.
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Update: Now I'm thinking it was the lettuce from the salad that made me sick (must not have been good) and not the beans because I had the lettuce again tonight without the beans and got a stomach ache again I've gotten food poisoning more times in my life than any one person should ever have in a lifetime..


I've never gotten food poisoning from vegetables. I've always gotten if from either chicken or seafood.
(two avoids)  As long as I eat vegetables I'm ok. But I cook my vegetables.. You eat every thing raw?
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I've never gotten food poisoning from vegetables. I've always gotten if from either chicken or seafood.
(two avoids)  As long as I eat vegetables I'm ok. But I cook my vegetables.. You eat every thing raw?


There must have been some bacteria growing on it or something.  I did some research and it's apparently better not to get the packaged lettuce because there's more of a chance that it will have bacteria on it (the kind that gave me food poisoning was organic and packaged romaine lettuce) - http://www.naturalnews.com/024102_bacteria_food_salmonella.html.

Well lettuce isn't really one of those vegetables you cook or do you? Never heard of anyone cooking lettuce. I saute onions for my pumpkin sauce but if I'm putting them in a salad I keep them raw so it just depends on the recipe really. I also always keep garlic raw so as not to lose the benefits by cooking it.

This is also my first time getting food poisoning from a vegetable as well.  All the other times it was animal protein (fish, eggs, milk (when I used to use it), chicken).  Guess there's a first time for everything! lol I do feel better now though and the food poisoning wasn't THAT bad.

I also decided to use a masher for the beans like you suggested instead of the food processor and I like it better that way.  It's easier than getting out the food processor too.
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Lately I've been putting soaked walnuts in my oatmeal in addition to the strawberries.  I also put cinnamon (in addition to the stevia and sea salt). Mash it up a bit. Yummy.
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For all you chocolate lovers out there - http://chocolatecoveredkatie.com/2012/01/15/three-ingredient-chocolate-bars-1/ Made this yesterday subbing olive oil for coconut oil (you can't taste it anyway) since coconut oil is an avoid, added sea salt and sliced strawberries (used stevia) though I might trying pureeing them next time to spread it more evenly.  Anyway, it was so easy, healthy and satisfying

Next time I'll try adding coffee grounds or some pumpkin.

Other thing I made - tuna with two cloves garlic, sea salt, olive oil, basil, and lemon juice on light rye Wasa crackers.  Yummy.
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Well lettuce isn't really one of those vegetables you cook or do you? Never heard of anyone cooking lettuce. I saute onions for my pumpkin sauce but if I'm putting them in a salad I keep them raw so it just depends on the recipe really. I also always keep garlic raw so as not to lose the benefits by cooking it..


When I speak of eating my vegetables cooked, I didn't mean salad vegetables. I just assumed people knew I meant that.    

I was going by your handle "raw warrior" I was wondering if you were a raw foodist, who eats all their food raw, even meat.. (the ones who aren't vegetarian).  

I've never gotten food poisoning from salad vegetables either. Must be all the garlic I eat.. lol  
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When I speak of eating my vegetables cooked, I didn't mean salad vegetables. I just assumed people knew I meant that.    

I was going by your handle "raw warrior" I was wondering if you were a raw foodist, who eats all their food raw, even meat.. (the ones who aren't vegetarian).  

I've never gotten food poisoning from salad vegetables either. Must be all the garlic I eat.. lol  


I assumed that's what you meant but I wanted to make sure because I was confused (I get confused easily)

Oh, I see That makes sense.  Is it possible to eat raw meat?  I know it's good for dogs and cats.

I think another reason I got sick from the lettuce was because my immune system is already weakened :/ so I'm more susceptible to these things.  Other people ate it and didn't get sick.
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It's summer time so time to break out the healthy ice pops If you have a juicer, juice whatever things you like such as lemons, limes and grapes (for sweetness) then freeze into ice pops. Yay, ice pops I have to experiment with what I like most.
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Oh, I see That makes sense.  Is it possible to eat raw meat?  I know it's good for dogs and cats.


Yes, I was reading about it and some people actually eat raw meat all the time. They feel it's healthier.     
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http://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/4366/braised-peas-with-lettuce

http://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/4403/lamb-and-lettuce-panfry

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Cooking lettuce

Cooked lettuce is delicious, but if you overdo it, the lettuce will lose all its colour and vibrancy. Just a few mins in simmering stock should be enough to cook it, but also to retain a slight crunch.
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One of my favorite salad dressings especially for a spinach salad

1/4 cup olive oil
1/3 cup lemon juice
2 TBL Polmer Raspberry All Fruit  (a Raspberry preserve) can use more if you like it sweeter

Wisk well and serve.  I have also used the apricot but like the Raspberry better


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Yes, I was reading about it and some people actually eat raw meat all the time. They feel it's healthier.     


Oh my, how peculiar.  I thought eating raw meat made everyone sick...guess not lol.
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I made these yesterday - http://www.adashofcompassion.com/2011/01/raw-cookie-dough-bites/ but used pure maple syrup instead of agave nectar and didn't have healthy chocolate chips lying around so left them out.  Might try adding unsweetened cocoa powder next time. Anyways, they were SUPER yummy.
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Copied to try, thanks
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Oh they look delish!  
I bought some cocoa nibs to try them out.  I added some to my "almond milk cocoa chia" puddings (tastes like chocolate mousse but good for you!) & was wondering what else i could use them in  
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Glad y'all are putting it to use My mom said they were "okay." She's so dang picky lol.

I'm also going to try out this recipe soon - http://www.adashofcompassion.com/2012/06/flourless-mocha-bean-cookies/ Obviously we would leave out the coconut stuff and use a different oil instead...oh and also leave out the chickpeas and i guess use more black beans. I'll let you know how they turn out.

Black bean brownie recipes (tweak as needed) - http://thecoopdoor.blogspot.com/2011/06/black-bean-brownies.html

http://www.kansascity.com/2012/05/11/3601554/last-bite-black-bean-brownies.html

Haven't tried either of those yet. More to come. I love desserts.
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