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05-14-2005, 09:44 AM
How We All Went RAWÂ” by Charles Nungesser and Stephen Malachi.
(health minister here and we get credit if using our pin #, so please email me)
THE PASTA Â– In a bowl, place the following ingredients:
2 large Zucchini (peeled & course grated or sliced in a
1/2 cup chopped mushrooms (use your favorite)
6 Italian Olives (pitted and halved)
THE SAUCE Â– In a blender, place the following ingredients:
2 cloves Garlic
2 vine ripened Tomatoes
1/2 cup Sun Dried Tomatoes
2 tablespoons Extra Virgin Olive Oil
1/4 cup fresh Basil
1/4 cup fresh Oregano
1 teaspoon Celtic Sea Salt (Or to taste)
Blend well and pour THE SAUCE over THE PASTA (Zucchini)
I have tasted this and it's a killer...wow...the best!!!!!!!!!!!!!
05-14-2005, 12:07 PM
Another delicious recipe from the Top Raw Men! In case someone is wondering, Sweet Lips just posted one of their recipes -- Philly Cheesesteak. Thanks for listing the ingredients -- very simple to prepare.
If you don't mind, how do you rate their book?
05-14-2005, 01:59 PM
I have only browsed the book, but heard if a excellent. I saw the Philly Steak one already and that's what triggered me to share also. I can say it taste great too. I love simple, quick, delicious recipes without a million ingredients.
OT: (off topic)
Now I am planting a zillion different types of tomatoes. Bought some plants, but playing with seeds for the others including red bells from seeds besides the ones I bought. I love the gold rush zucchini to vs. the green one. I like the gold one better, but of course grow both. Now cukes...anything goes, but I am hunting today for those hugh, and very long 2' ones. Yes you are reading it right..they are hugh and fat too...very delicious...don't know their name, but will hunt at nursery for the package to identify. I find the nurseries are much more helpful then the hugh chains like Home Depot. Actually I better support them as I am speaking at one in July I believe.....of course promoting the "garden' lifestyle...lots of fresh fruits/veggies, etc.
Costco: Now has organic fancy lettuces...speciality mixes in large containers for $3.49 here...1 pound ..great deal till my garden takes hold. Yes, fresh!
05-14-2005, 02:06 PM
Thanks for the tip on Costco, Carol. But make sure there's no sulfites. I've read that many prepped salads like that have sulfites in them.... Here in Los Angeles, it has to be listed on packaging if it's above a certain PPM... but if you don't have a sensitivity to it, wahoo!
05-14-2005, 02:32 PM
Good point Sachis2112,
My hubby is very allergic to sulfites, and he can't eat any salad in any restaurants, so we always grow our own lettuce in the spring, summer and fall, and in the winter, we buy heads, and tear off ALL the outter leaves, then he can eat them.
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