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i'm just having this healthy drink which contains a mango, few red grapes, a peach with smooth skin (?), ginger, spirulina, wheat germs, wheat grass, vit. c.

 

http://www.exciplex.de/exciplex/pics/essen/fruitygreendrink.jpg

 

some older pics of my food:

 

http://www.exciplex.de/exciplex/pics/essen/avocado.jpg

http://www.exciplex.de/exciplex/pics/essen/urkost2.jpg

http://www.exciplex.de/exciplex/pics/essen/urkost1.jpg

http://www.exciplex.de/exciplex/pics/essen/obst6.jpg

http://www.exciplex.de/exciplex/pics/essen/obst4.jpg

http://www.exciplex.de/exciplex/pics/essen/obst2.jpg

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Not really mono-meals... but they look...

...DELICIOUS!!!

 

I nearly took a bite of my monitor!

I love fruit! I usually do not mix them except when I prepare salad for which I use tomatoes, sweet pepper and cucumber. And I always eat melon mono or before the other food because it is digested so quickly.

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Not really mono-meals... but they look...

...DELICIOUS!!!

 

the fruit-nuts-pics are older, actually i don't mix fruit with nuts/seeds. (except wheat germs in smoothies)

 

And I always eat melon mono or before the other food because it is digested so quickly.

 

me too

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Not really mono-meals... but they look...

...DELICIOUS!!!

 

the fruit-nuts-pics are older, actually i don't mix fruit with nuts/seeds.

 

And I always eat melon mono or before the other food because it is digested so quickly.

 

me too

 

I was just reading an article by Frederic Patenaude about not mixing fruits and nuts/seeds which I totally agree with. Love your pictures btw.

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SirVeganism, that looks quite yummy .

 

I make my raw pasta, similarly, but a different type sauce -- do you put oil in yours?

 

You should try other veggies for the noodles too.

I didn't make it. I found the picture on Wikipedia's page about "Raw Foodism" and "Raw Veganism". It's description is "A raw vegan tomato source with olives, celery, spinach and walnuts on courgette noodles."

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Just got back from our weekend at Living Light. If you are interested in what raw food cooking can be. you have to go there. We are finishing our kitchen remodel, today. It has been a month with no kitchen. Hard. But, with this weekend's course and the new kitchen it is a new beginning. My wife wrote in her blog about a man we met in the class. His story is of becoming raw and how it changed his medical condition.

 

http://cheflandria.com/

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The raw "rice" is made from parsnips and some pine nuts to make it sticky. Tonight, we had Raw Spicy Thai basil fried rice with a raw "chocalate mouse pie". Being raw, of course we had the dessert first. I never had desserts when I ate cooked foods, now we eat them all the time. Since I are cyclist, weight is a kiler, but with raw I have lost about 8 pounds even eating desserts. Cool

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My dinner tonight...

 

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v486/andesuma/000_0151.jpg

 

 

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v486/andesuma/000_0148.jpg

 

 

 

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v486/andesuma/000_0149.jpg

 

 

 

Homemade sweet basil hummus wraps with cucumber chips!

(so I ate the cucumber while I was making it all...hah)

 

 

I went light on the hummus (sprouted garbanzoes, olive oil, basil, etc.)

since I've been eating Fruitarian and this meal was actually VERY heavy

for me. This pic was of the (three) wraps opened.

 

It consisted of:

Chard & Kale for the wrap part

smear of sprouted hummus with thinly sliced red cabbage,

romaine lettuce, red pepper and parsley.

Made like a taco pretty much.

 

A gigantic sliced up cucumber on the side, that I ate first! hah

There was no room on the plate.

 

 

And these photos seriously do NO justice to how huge this thing was,

that plate is like the size of a hubcab!

yummmm

 

This is an example of stuff I make for myself,

quick, easy, and nutritious!

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The raw "rice" is made from parsnips and some pine nuts to make it sticky. Tonight, we had Raw Spicy Thai basil fried rice with a raw "chocalate mouse pie". Being raw, of course we had the dessert first. I never had desserts when I ate cooked foods, now we eat them all the time. Since I are cyclist, weight is a kiler, but with raw I have lost about 8 pounds even eating desserts. Cool

 

I found this recipe for raw Vegetable sushi Maki roll in Get Fresh Magazine. It seems like a lot of work for preparing But it sounds awesome.

Thanks for the recipe for the coconut almond smoothie. It was fantastic !!

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My dinner tonight...

 

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v486/andesuma/000_0151.jpg

 

 

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v486/andesuma/000_0148.jpg

 

 

 

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v486/andesuma/000_0149.jpg

 

 

 

Homemade sweet basil hummus wraps with cucumber chips!

(so I ate the cucumber while I was making it all...hah)

 

 

I went light on the hummus (sprouted garbanzoes, olive oil, basil, etc.)

since I've been eating Fruitarian and this meal was actually VERY heavy

for me. This pic was of the (three) wraps opened.

 

It consisted of:

Chard & Kale for the wrap part

smear of sprouted hummus with thinly sliced red cabbage,

romaine lettuce, red pepper and parsley.

Made like a taco pretty much.

 

A gigantic sliced up cucumber on the side, that I ate first! hah

There was no room on the plate.

 

 

And these photos seriously do NO justice to how huge this thing was,

that plate is like the size of a hubcab!

yummmm

 

This is an example of stuff I make for myself,

quick, easy, and nutritious!

 

You can come over and we'll eat together I'd probably do an alternative for the kale though. But other wise it looks amazing

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