View Full Version : RAW Hot Dogs?
I know this may be a silly question, but I'll be making that chilli tomorrow, and testing out my own recipes(big time chilli fan). But I am curious if there is some way of making a RAW hot dog? I'm no cook of any sort except chilli and certain other "bachelor" type foods that are quick and easy to make :D So I don't know what I am talking about really. Just kinda feel like having some chilli dogs tomorrow... though I don't know if I can. I don't know how to make RAW bread or the hot dogs. Don't know if I even have the right tools to do so either.
It would be great though :D
03-06-2005, 08:23 PM
I'm not a raw food expert just yet, but I'm not too sure that there are raw hot dogs. I've heard of tofu dogs, but those of course are not raw. Maybe consider using portobello mushrooms or eggplant as i've heard on here that they are sort of "meaty". As for sprouted bread, it does require a dehydrator. There is a recipe on here for onion bread. you can type it in the "banana" search up above. It's basically the same concept of sprouting the grain, blending it until dough-like, forming into a loaf or bun and dehydrate.
Not too helpful, but hopefully the more creative uncookers have some ideas to try :)
03-06-2005, 08:52 PM
Now this is an interesting thought. You can make a nut pate/gardenburger type recipe and shape it in a hotdog shape. If you have a dehydrator you can even dehydrate it which would be yummy I think. Just use a large lettuce leaf for a bun.
We like the recipe from Eating Without Heating. I don't have it in front of me right now, but basically you grind up carrots, almonds, and a little onion. You can either do it in a Champion with the blank plate or in a food processor. Mix in a little honey, sea salt, and maybe some spices. Delicious!
03-08-2005, 04:57 PM
Ooohhh...our friends made these for a potluck back in August!
The base was like a walnut pate, colored pink with beet juice, seasoned with onions, celery seed, other seasonings, and a little bit of liquid hickory smoke flavor (which is not raw). They were really good!
03-08-2005, 05:52 PM
I remember those..they were really good. Do you happen to have the actual recipe.....
I am hoping to get to some potlucks soon...things have been a bit hectic.
03-08-2005, 09:36 PM
What did they use for the bread and condiments?
03-10-2005, 07:52 PM
Hmmm...for bread they used the Chapati recipe from rainbow green live food cuisine (minus the indian spices). Then they made raw mustard and relish.
Unfortunately, I don't have the actual recipe, but I can ask them next time I see them!
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