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Scramble May 26, 2010

Filed under: Breakfast — eyeofraw @ 7:33 PM
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This is incredibly tasty, way better than eggs, and better for you!


-1 cup sunflower seeds

- 1 cup Almonds

- 2 tbspn Turmeric

- 2 tbspn EVOO

- salt to taste

- veggies of choice (i used green/red peppers, tomatoes, cilantro, scallions and broccoli)

- Spinach leaves

- i also added Cayenne pepper.

- use some Green Sauce to top it off!

Put sunflower seeds, salt, EVOO and turmeric in FP and pulsate. add around 1/4 cup water so that it sticks together but still has texture. This is your “egg” base. Chop your veggies and put them in a bowl along with the “eggs”. mix it together. Serve over a bed of spinach or you can mix the spinach right in. If you would like to wilt the spinach, put it in a bowl with some EVOO and salt for a few hours.

(the base of this recipe is from Ani’s kitchen)


Potabello Steaks with a side of Lemon Green Beans May 20, 2010

Filed under: Entrée Recipes — eyeofraw @ 3:27 PM
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Amazing tasting without the heaving feeling meat gives you! The beans taste so fresh and is a perfect side!


-2 lg portabello mushrooms

- 1/4 cup nama shoyu or soy sauce

- 1 clove garlic, chopped finely

- salt

- crushed red pepper

Slice the ports into somewhat thick slices. Put them in a ziplock bag with the remainder ingredients and let marinate for 2 hours.

optional: put in dehydrator at 105 for 2 hours to make soft.

Lemon Green Beans:


- a good hunk of green beans (maybe around 2 or 3 cups)

- juice of 1 lemon

- lemon zest from one lemon

- 3 tbs EVOO

- salt

- finely chopped garlic clove

- crushed red pepper

Cut the beans in half so they are bite sized. Add all the ingredients and marinate for a few hours. Enjoy!


PANCAKES!!!! May 19, 2010

Filed under: Breakfast — eyeofraw @ 11:37 AM
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super soft, and has way more of the amount of daily fiber you need in one day! I think these are better than the real thing!


- 3 cups of flax meal (i kept 1/2 of a cup unground because i like the crunch of them. Also, using golden flax will give more of a “pancake” color)

- 2 tbspn coconut oil (liquid)

- 1/2 cup maple syrup (or you can use dates, 5 or 6)

- fruit to top them off!

Mix all ingredients in a bowl except the fruit. Form into balls and flatten into pancakes.

If using dates, mix all ingredients in FP.  Throw some chopped fruit right in if you’d like to make a fruit flavored pancake!!

These are incredibly filling and so tasty. I prefer these over the processed flower pancakes any day!

If you would like you can put them in the dehydrator for a bit to make them more forming and warm.

I found this recipe in Ani’s Uncook book.


SalmUN Spread with Garden Crackers April 15, 2010

Filed under: All Other Recipes,Entrée Recipes — eyeofraw @ 11:07 AM
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you wouldnt believe me if i told you this tasted better than any tuna salad or anything of the sort ive had. so make it and find out for yourself! I found the spread recipe online and made the cracker up as i went along.

Salmun Spread

-1 cup carrots

- 1/2 cup onion and celery chopped

- 1 tbs olive oil

-1t dulse flakes


process until desired consistency… leave it a little chunky :) add some water if needed.


-3 zucchini centers (i had left over from making pasta.. i would say equivalent to 1.5 whole zucchinis)

-7 sundried tomatoes

-handful cilantro

-1 cup almonds

-2 small baby red peppers

-garlic powder


-1/4 cup water

Put in FP until thin mixture is formed. Spread on teflex sheet and dehydrate 105  degrees for 12 hours or until really crispy. Flip onto mesh after6 hours.



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