• 2 cups walnut, soaked overnight in 4 cups of water and drained when ready to use
• 2-3 stalks celery
• 1 large red bell pepper
• 1-2 scallions depending on your taste
• 1/2 t himalayan salt
• crushed red pepper to taste • chopped scallions as a garnish or sprinkle with paprika or cayenne pepper…your choice!
- Put walnuts in food processor and process until smooth.
- Add celery, bell pepper, scallions, salt, crushed red pepper and process until your liking. I like it smooth a bit chunky texture.
- Serve on a plate as is, over a salad, over cucumbers, rolled up in a green leaf or spread on Kavli or Ry-crisp crackers. Check “My Favorite Things” tab above for crackers.
It’s exciting to create new recipes. I would love to hear about your creations. Namaste
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Eat fresh, natural, organic and raw when possible. Enjoy! Enzymes equal life force. When foods are cooked/heated above 116 degrees, the enzymes are destroyed. When enzymes are missing, the body has to draw the necessary enzymes to digest this dead food from the body organs which in turn become unbalanced. Processed foods not only have minimal or no nutrition, there aren’t any enzymes. Research shows that the lack of enzymes cause many diseases and many degenerative diseases. Fortunately eating raw food and/or taking enzyme supplements can help to restore our health along with connecting our mind, body, spirit and emotional bodies. We must maintain all four bodies in balance and connected. Eat well, meditate and be good to yourself. The rest of us deserves it! Namaste
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