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Simple Almond Cheese (recipe on blog) Nut cheeses are a great item to have in your raw food recipe collection. They are tasty, easily support the addition of many herbs and spices, and will impress your raw and non-raw friends a like! There are a couple of different ways to make nut cheeses.
Almond Pulp Macaroon Balls: 1½ c almond meal...1 c shredded coconut...¼ c flax seeds...¼ t sea salt... ½ c yacon syrup...½ c raw almond butter... In a bowl, mix together dry ingredients. Add yacon syrup and almond butter. Mix together well. Using your hands, or ice cream scoop, form mixture into balls, place on oiled or parchment lined cookie sheet and refrigerate for 30 minutes.
zucchini almond dip... 1 cup almonds, soaked overnight 2 zucchinis, chopped 2 small cloves of garlic 1/2 lemon, juiced pinch of salt freshly ground black pepper 1. Place all ingredients in a blender/food processor and purée until the mixture is smooth, but has some texture to it. A little bit of crunch is good.
Make hummus using the left over nut pulp from making nut milk. I use almond butter instead of tahini because it is half the price. If you don't have a food processor, just use a blender but add more liquids (i added olive oil) DELICIOUS! And healthy.
Spicy Veggie “Stir Fry” Rice: 2 C Chopped Parsnips 2 Carrots 1/2 C Pine Nuts 3/4 C Broccoli, Chopped 1/2 C Mushrooms, sliced Finely chop parsnips, carrots, and pine nuts and place in bowl. If you are using a food processor to do this, you will want to do each separately. Combine with chopped broccoli and sliced mushrooms. (mushrooms not pictured)