Quick No Cook Eggplant and Red Pepper Gazpacho Soup

Raw No Cook Eggplant and Red Pepper Gazpacho Soup by Kim McCann

Eggplant, when marinated in lime juice, can be served raw and provides a rich flavor that is not bitter when combined with other ingredients like sweet red peppers and garlic. This gazpacho soup is a very tasty, fast, no cook gazpacho which is made in a blender. You can marinade the eggplant hours in advance – even overnight. The versatile dish also works very well as a spread over gluten-free toasts and flat-breads. It serves well at gatherings with zucchini slices served as dippers.

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Basic Black Bean And Bean Liqueur Preparation

Basic Black Bean and Bean Liqueur Recipe.

Canned beans should only be purchased if you have a last minute meal and you haven’t prepared any yet. They are so easy to make, are more nutritious, and very, very inexpensive. This recipe is used to make enough basic black beans and black bean liqueur to make ahead and refrigerate. This way, you will always have some ready on hand if you decide to make something like black bean burgers, soft delicious brownies, or savory vegetable stock for your rice or other meals.

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Rawlmost Sprouted Lentil Soup

Sprouted lentils are very high in boosted nutrition. Eating them raw allows you to enjoy all of the benefits without destroying any by using heat. Some ingredients, like the Yampi (a form of starchy root like Yuca), gain greater benefit by steaming them briefly for a short period. This does not diminish the vital nutrients and makes them more digestible. This is why I call this recipe, “Rawlmost.”

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How To Power-Boost Your Sprouting Nutrition

Sprouting Nutrition

Due to fast food resources, many of us have not enjoyed the slow food art of seed, grain and legume preparation. Going one step further, we gain huge benefits when we sprout our food, one being the incredible boost of nutrition. This post carefully walks you through sprouting lentils so that you will have success during your first attempt.

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