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04-23-2005, 10:59 PM
Does anyone have ideas for a raw breakfast, other than fruit? I find that I feel better when I eat fruit later in the day, rather than in the morning.
Someone once made raw granola for me and I loved it. Does anyone know where to buy a good raw granola or raw cereal? I don't have a dehydrator.
04-23-2005, 11:24 PM
Are you opposed to eating soaked/sprouted grains such as oatgroats or buckwheat? If not, I was gonna suggest one of our favorites, oatgroats soaked overnight (okay, in this case NOT sprouted) then the next morning, add some sweetener of choice, cinnamon, dash or two of sea salt, a small bit of coconut oil (for ME, the combination of the salt and coconut oil lends a sort of "buttery" flavor) and perhaps some chopped apples, raisins and/or bananas...this is SO yummy! Sometimes I also add a little ground golden flax seed to the mix as well.
Sometimes we blend it up in the blender or food processor and it makes more of a porridge-type, but sometimes we'll leave them intact. NOW, I have my grain flaker that I ordered (thanks again Christa!) so I roll the oats through the flaker and my husband says it's MORE like cooked oatmeal and I agree.
Some people like to soak and sprout buckwheat and eat that with sweetener of choice and other additions similar to what I mentioned above.
There is a post in this forum for a honey-nut cereal where you mix fresh orange juice, honey (or other sweetener), cinnamon, nutmeg, sea salt and I think some vanilla and you mix this up with sprouted buckwheat and dehydrate. Well, I've made it and it's really good. I know you don't have a dehydrator, but I was gobbling some of it up BEFORE it got to the dehydrator, so you could eat it "wet".
04-23-2005, 11:27 PM
GoldMine (GoldMinenaturalfoods.com I think) carries a raw granola. I've not tried it yet some friends love it.
04-24-2005, 05:05 AM
I have a Breakfast uncook book (raw) that I wrote, and sell, and I have a bunch of recipes.
Toast with cream and berries
Toast with nut butters and jam
omelets (no egg)
Alissa also has a lot of interesting things in her book, I highly recommend it.
04-24-2005, 09:19 AM
Thanks Cherie, I will buy the oatgroats. I have all the other ingredients, so that sounds perfect. It sounds simple and delicious!
Thanks Revell, I think I will order that granola also!
04-24-2005, 09:49 AM
Revel and ya'll I tried the link for teh raw granola and it comes back as a earch engine. Any luck?
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