View Full Version : Are the following considered raw??
05-01-2007, 08:11 AM
I was just wondering if the foods are considered following and if not how close are they to being considered goods foods to eat?
BonSoy Soy milk
Lebanese bread <--- I know this is not raw but is it ok to have once a day if itís filled with all raw vegg.
You know, I thought you were asking if they were all raw. Actually I can't comment, because I don't know. :-)
05-01-2007, 08:43 AM
essane bread is sprouted bread.... it has to be kept in fridge... hmmm
need to investigate.
i think the soy is cooked and the other bred well i know that not raw for sure!
i'm just a begginer and so i'm wheening atm.
05-01-2007, 06:00 PM
Actually, there is a raw version of Essene bread:
2 of the links lead to Ann Wigmore's Essene Bread recipe.
05-02-2007, 10:18 AM
neither of the things you mention are raw.
Raw nut milk takes minutes to make and tastes divine, without the mucus forming, hormonal effects of soy. You can experiment with hemp seeds, almonds, and cashews to name a few. All are delish.
soak nuts/seeds (overnight for just about anything is perfect)
add water to desired thickness
and liquify in your blender
strain thru a very fine mesh collander, or nut milk bag
voila! Fresh, creamy nut milk in minutes!
when you make almond milk, the leftover pulp is an excellent "dough starter" for breads, cookies and muffins in the dehydrator.
Very efficient, nutritious and yummy with no waste.
05-02-2007, 03:47 PM
for hemp milk you don't even have to strain it, if you blend it at high speed, it comes out great and is very fast and easy to prepare. Just add water, raw hemp seeds, and your sweetener of choice, something like a couple of dates, whatever. I like to add vanilla also.
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