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Lisalea
Saturday, April 21, 2007, 1:33pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I have come across something very interesting and most certainly healthy !!!
Be sure to check for avoids  

http://gliving.tv/greenchefs/alissa-cohen/wedding-carrot-cake/

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hmm, very interesting Lisalea. Thanks for the link   I may just give this a try next time I have some friends over.  Aside from the cashews and orange juice for A's anyway, it looks pretty good.


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Looks and sounds like it would be scrumptious!

"O's" could substitute cashews for filberts or almonds (skinned would look better) I am tempted to try this next month.  Will share results if I do.
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hmm, very interesting Lisalea. Thanks for the link   I may just give this a try next time I have some friends over.  Aside from the cashews and orange juice for A's anyway, it looks pretty good.

My pleasure !!  


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Looks and sounds like it would be scrumptious!

"O's" could substitute cashews for filberts or almonds (skinned would look better) I am tempted to try this next month.  Will share results if I do.


Go for it and please report back !!  


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I wonder what could be substituted for the OJ. Any thoughts?


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Cashews = Almonds, Walnuts*
OJ = Apple, Apricot*, Pineapple*, Plum*

* bennies

It sounds so good. This, Raw,  is a whole new thought to me.
What about using some dried fruit with the ground nuts and skip the juice???
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It sounds so good. This, Raw,  is a whole new thought to me.
What about using some dried fruit with the ground nuts and skip the juice???

Sounds wonderful and perhaps add just a teesy bit of water to keep things moist, if u omit the OJ !!
I think that if we use our imaginations we can create amazing recipes if we have a base  
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Thank you for showing us this recipe...looks delicious and healthy.

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Thank you for showing us this recipe...looks delicious and healthy.

Alia


That's precisely why I chose to share it; we wanna keep things healthy


U r very welcome Alia_Vo  
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If any forum members decide to make this raw cake, please let us know how it turns out.

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I think this cake sounds awesome but need to go to the store and get ingredients. I'll sub pineapple juice for the OJ and almonds for the cashews.  Ewwww, can't wait to try it!!  



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I think this cake sounds awesome but need to go to the store and get ingredients. I'll sub pineapple juice for the OJ and almonds for the cashews.  Ewwww, can't wait to try it!!  


That sounds really yummi !!!

Please let me know when u do and how it turns out !!!  
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I may have to try this, too. I just re-perused the ingredients list and realized that there aren't any grains. Yay!


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Soooo....has anyone tried their hand at this recipe yet? Would love to hear feedback.
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I made  this today, but halfed the recipe..........it's okay but I wouldnt call it cake
I used only pecans because that's all I had. Used fresh figs for the dates, same reason. and pineapple juice for the orange juice. Had I made a full batch it might have turned out better. I used my VitaMix and with the small amount of ingredients, they just werent getting in the blade enough to get things really chopped up as they prob should've been. will prob eat the rest, but prob will not make it again. Someone else prob made it and loved it tho.  



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Nice recipe....Although Ive never been much of a Raisin fan, Figs would work too and be a little more BTD friendly.
Come to find out that Sultanas and common Currants {in markets here in UK} are still Raisins from Grapes.

AS for italybound's response I 'd have to say that the missing final step of the cake prep would be to place it in the food dehydrator for several hours.

Either way, if you don't like the result you could toss the works in the batter to make pancakes or even into a Fruit Salad { sort of a slightly smooth Waldorf}.


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AS for italybound's response I 'd have to say that the missing final step of the cake prep would be to place it in the food dehydrator for several hours.
Either way, if you don't like the result you could toss the works in the batter to make pancakes or even into a Fruit Salad { sort of a slightly smooth Waldorf}.


would dehydrating it make it more like a bar of a sort? If so, that might be a good thing.
I'll eat it even tho it's not a favorite. I'm just going to think of it more on the lines of a carrot salad and i'll be okay w/ it as I like carrot salad w/ raisins.  the spices add a nice taste, just a very dif recipe from the cakes to which I'm accustomed. I knew it would be dif as there is no flour, but still, wasnt quite ready.  



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Don't remember seeing this before.  Will give it a try.  Thanks.

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I completely forgot this too, but have changed my mind about trying it.  Only, because what I'm doing right know is going great, and don't want to break what's happening
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