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Recipe: easy, delicious, highly healthful, and raw!

I can't get enough!

I recently decided to get creative in the kitchen, so I thought I'd post tonight with my little recipe. I'd love to hear what others think after trying it! The ingredients are also very adjustable to taste and you can substitute other things too. I'll share my version.

What I've been using:

-1 Banana

-A handful of walnuts

-4 packets of grade A honey

-Extra virgin olive oil


--Chili powder


--Ginger powder


--Cayenne pepper

You can add it together just about anyway you like cause you can mix it together at the end, but what I've been doing is starting with my 4 honey packets (I get them from work, hence the packets), then the olive oil (together they'll form a nice 'dressing' consistency). Then I add the spices, ginger, cinnamon, chili powder, and a dash of cayenne to the honey. I slice up the banana, then I add the walnuts. You could easily substitute any nut you like, or do several kinds if you want. Then just mix it up, and its like a little fruit salad sort of thing. Aside from chili powder (haven't looked it up) every ingredient is really good for you.

Just felt like sharing! Let me know what you think if you try it!

Much love!


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Comment by Starseed Ikse on May 14, 2013 at 2:08am
Thanks for the tips, I'll keep them in mind if I manage to find some of these ingredients :)
Comment by Light Being on May 12, 2013 at 4:07pm

Hi Starseed Ikse, absolutely lovely recipe idea.

I’ve used Mānuka honey, no nuts or chilli powder as I have an allergy, so I used roasted sunflower seeds and vanilla essence. But the result was amazing, nice compliment to a salad shall be passing this recipe on to my friends they’ll love it.

Roasted sunflower seeds are a good substitute. You can also make "Sunbutter" from sunflower seeds, it replaces peanut butter for those allergic to nuts. Or You could substitute roasted soy nuts —soybeans —think I might give that a try next time.

Comment by Starseed Ikse on May 12, 2013 at 10:12am
Assiya, agave nectar would be a perfectly feasible alternative. In fact I even have some of that as well. :)

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