View Full Version : Satsiki.That would be easy raw.
03-09-2006, 09:05 PM
I just had a great idea. I used to go to a Greek restaraunt before I was raw and loved the Satsiki (the yogurt, dill, cucumbe sauce that they put on Gyros).
I'll bet for Satsiki lovers that it would be very easy with the following ingredients:
you could dip veggies in it or use it as a topping for collard or romaine wraps or a dressing for a "greek" salad, complete with raw olives and onions.
What do you think?
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03-09-2006, 09:37 PM
I'm thinking that's the same thing as taziki? Sounds famaliar and yummy too.
03-09-2006, 11:06 PM
Ohhh Duhhh!. *holding head in hand,shaking head*. I spelled it wrong. I am so embarrased. Yes, it must be the same thing. I sounds very yummy to me. Is there any other raw substitute for yogurt. Maybe Almond milk yogurt would do.
03-09-2006, 11:31 PM
Oh, don't worry. I looked it up and it appears to be spelled a number of ways so no worries! I imagine almond yogurt would work. I made some (almond milk) and I thought it was awful. Maybe I'll try again.
03-10-2006, 12:29 AM
I think I will stick to the cashew "yogurt". I was thinking that this would be great for a salad dressing because I am having trouble losing weight and the Satsiki idea does not contain olive oil, although...duh, it does contain cashew fats, so nix the idea of losing wieght with it. Oh well. I was thinking of the real Satsiki not containing any fat.
03-11-2006, 11:12 PM
Karen is raw,
Cutting out fats to lose weight will not work. The body needs fat to carry out many important functions. Things to do are increase the amount of excercise you take, drink a lot of water, and eat until you are full or whenever you are hungry.
Standard tzatziki has fat in it, unless it is skim milk yogurt.Milk contains fat, or we'd never have butter or cheese.
Cheers big ears,
03-11-2006, 11:43 PM
this sauce is excellent on Alissa's Falafel with a bit of white onion and fresh tomato and lettuce, mmmmmmmm I eat this on a pizza wrap or the onion bread which is very much like a pita bread.
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