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03-04-2005, 07:20 AM
Does anyone have any recipes they are willnig to share using pulp from vegetable and or fruit juices?
I am trying to remain as economical as possible on the raw diet, so I do not end up back in the SAD way of eating.
Thank you in advance!
03-04-2005, 10:50 AM
Here are some threads that may assist you:
4 Cups of carrot pulp (from juicing)
1 Cup Walnuts
1 Cup fresh or desiccated coconut
Two thirds cup of dates
Half cup of raisons
Quarter cup of ground flax seed
Cinnamon & Nutmeg
Mix all the ingredients together and then pass the mixture through a juicer using a blank screen, The homogenised mixture can then be molded into shape by hand or in a cake tin.
Once this is done you are ready for the yummy topping.
A little fresh orange juice, a little grated orange rind, raw tahini and dates, blend all ingredients together to make a scrumptiously, delicious, whippy cream - decorate as desired.
- from Anastasia, Harmonious Living
Here is another:
For a topping I used my apple pulp from juicing and put in the food processor with honey, cinammon, and water. Excellent!
03-04-2005, 01:23 PM
i have a really really great caraway cracker recipe from raw food primer that uses carrot pulp.
when i juice using carrots, i juice the carrots first and set aside the pulp of the carrots and separate into a jar that i keep in the fridge (it will keep for a couple days) to have on hand.
i am gonna make a note to myself to remember to get that book when I get home and get the recipe.
but, you should just get that book anyway. i have mentioned it before on other threads. it is a little book but it is great. i have liked everything in it that i have tried! (admittedly only a handful of things) and, it has great artwork. i know that it is available at amazon.com (where i got it). the great thing about this cracker recipe is that with the caraway it is reminiscent of rye bread flavor and that is comforting to have that flavor still around, even when raw :)
05-06-2005, 01:15 PM
05-09-2005, 08:41 AM
just means shredded coconut.
that is often the way it is written in british cookbooks, or uncookbooks as it were :)
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