Archive for November, 2012


  • 250 gr=8.45 oz glutenfree flour (almond, coconut, buckwheat)
  • 1 cup date syrup, maple syrup or other sweetener
  • 1 tsp baking soda (optional)
  • 2 tbsp flax seed (grounded) + 4 tbsp filtered water (egg replacer)
  • half cup coconut oil
  • 2 tbsp almond butter
  • 1 tsp liquid vanilla
  • mix all ingredients and leave for half an hour in the fridge
  • roll out the dough on a baking sheet and cut out the shapes
  • stick it in the dehydrator or in the oven on the lowest setting until they are firm


  • half cup raw cashew butter
  • some date syrup to taste
  • 1 tsp (liquid) vanilla
  • Mix the ingredients, spread it on a cookie and place another one on top

Here’s a nice homemade raw date syrup recipe:


homemade raw almond flour:


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Ginger tonic

This awsome ginger tonic you can add to a smoothie, juice or herbal tea.

  • Juice 1 orange, piece of ginger 1 inch/2,5 cm and a piece of tumeric
  • pour the juice with 5 cups of filtered water in a bottle
  • add 3 cinnamon sticks and/or some sweetener
  • let it sit for a few hours for best taste!

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Raw brownies

These brownies are so gooey and good, you won’t even know they’re raw vegan!

  • 1 cup walnuts
  • 1 cup medjool dates pitted and soaked
  • 2 tbsp cacao (or carob)
  • mix of cinnamon, cardemon, nutmeg, clove, ginger and coriander
  • grind the walnuts in a food processor and add dates (drained) and spice mix
  • put in a small pan


  • 1 advocado
  • 1 tbsp cacao (or carob)
  • quater cup maple syrup
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • pinch of sea salt
  • a bit of spice mix (as above)
  • 1 tbsp coconut butter
  • mix all ingredients well and top the brownie with the icing. Stick it in the freezer for a while.

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Nutty delight

This is a delicious smoothie with the nutty flavors of walnut, hemp and maca and a hint of cacao!

  • quarter cup walnuts
  • tbsp hemp seeds
  • tsp maca
  • 1 banana
  • tsp raw cacao nibs
  • half -1 cup filtered water
  • blend away!

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Radish lasagna

  • Slice half of a large radish (10 cm= 3.9 inch diameter) as thin as possible.
  • A handful of spinach

Macadamia nut cheese sauce:

  • 100 gr= 3.52 oz macadamia nuts (don’t soak)
  • half cup filtered water
  • a bit of sea salt
  • half cup nutritional yeast
  • blend all ingredients until you get the consistency you want

Tomato sauce:

  • 2 tomatoes
  • a bit of sea salt and black pepper to taste
  • half tsp Italian seasoning
  • blend all ingredients

Layer the radish, macadamia sauce, spinach and tomato sauce and top it with some basil.  Enjoy!



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Honey Pomelo

The skin of the fruit is very rich in bioflavonoids. This property helps reduce pancreatic, intestinal and breast cancers. It stops cancerous cells from spreading further. The fruit has high Vitamin C content…. This helps retain elasticity of the arteries. It also improves the digestive system. Although the fruit has high ascorbic acid content, it produces an alkaline reaction once digested. If you need to lose weight quickly, add this fruit to your daily diet. The pomelo can help you lose lots of weight because it burns the fat-burning enzymes that absorb the sugar content in the body. The fruit can also be used as a remedy for diabetes, insomnia, fever and sore throat, moistens the lungs, accelerating wound healing and assist to treat septicemia. Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin C, Vitamin P, carotene, kaliumm, phosphorus, citric acid and more. The main components of pomelo skin are Nvaringin and Neohesperidin etc. Pomelo seeds contains fat, obakunone and Obaeulactone.


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The original recipe is made with egg, 7up or carbonated water and sugar. I have made a vegan version of the recipe.


  • 250 gr= 8.45 oz spelt flour
  • 2 tbsp flax flour + 4 tbsp filtered water (egg replacer)
  • 1 tsp bakingsoda + 1 dl= 3.38 filtered water (7up or carbonated water replacer)
  • 250 gr= 8.45 oz raw cane sugar or any other sweetner
  • 2 tbsp cacao
  • banana (optional)


skewer, steamer or a pan and strainer, baking paper, mixer

  • soak flax flour and water
  • add sweetner and mix well
  • add bakingsoda and water
  • add flour mix well (if the dough is too thick, add a bit of water)
  • place baking sheet in the steamer
  • pour a portion of the dough into the steamer and add the cocoa to the other half and pour the rest over it.
  • put the lid on the steamer and cover it with a kitchen towel
  • let it steam for about 30-50 min over medium heat
  • insert the skewer into the bread to see if it is done
  • if the skewer is clean (when you take it out) the bread is done

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