Well, the garlic toast came out tasting more like bread than anything else I've made so far. It comes from Rawsome: 3 cups almond pulp, 1 cup flaxseeds, soaked in 2 cups water for 15 minutes, 1/4 cup olive oil, 1/2 tsp salt, 1/4 cup chopped garlic, 1/4 cup chopped fresh basil, 2 Tb fresh rosemary (or 1 Tb dried) and 1/2 cup water. Process and then make into rounds and put on dehydrator sheets in the usual way (flipping them after a few hours). 12-15 hours and they are crispy on both sides but soft in the middle.
The peach cobbler was good too. I got that from an online source. thesunnyrawkitchen.blogspot.com
It was good too.
I have an Excalibur dehydrator and it works great and has for years and years, but I think I may need a nine tray one instead of the four trays that I have now. I am making fruit leather every day now and that takes up two trays, and I'm always experimenting with new recipes. I still haven't found anything that I would regard as a stand by or a staple, and that worries me. I'm afraid I'll get hungry and succumb to temptation.
I certainly am not finding that I have boundless energy, but perhaps I'm still in detox. I had a rash on my face and chest this morning, probably my liver sending stuff out that way.
I dreamt last night that I was at a convention and there was food everywhere, but I carefully went from table to table, picking up only the raw food--carrots, celery, and at one place a bunch of beets still attached to their greens. So I think that means my brain is working on the idea that this is forever and I will have to find ways to stay raw even when away from home.