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Raw food Indian Dharma soup

Publicerad 2014-03-21 15:47:11 i Raw food: Back to basics,

”When health is absent, wisdom cannot reveal itself, art cannot manifest, strength cannot fight, wealth becomes useless, and intelligence cannot be applied.”
 
-Herophilus
 
 
                                 
                                 

This is a really good raw food soup that I like to make occasionally. With fruit and dark chocolate for dessert. It's really jummy and also can be frozen for later use.
 
 
Ingredients:

300g soaked unsalted cashew nuts

2 tomatoes

1 handful fresh coriander

3 cm ginger

3 cm garlic

¼ red chili without the seeds

2-3 soaked dades

A handful cauliflower

½ handful green peas

2- 3 small carrots

½ handful soaked raisins

½ handful soaked cranberries

½ handful soaked buckwheat

Water

 

Spice mix:

2-3 tablespoon curry powder

2-3 teaspoon garam masala

A hint of cumin

1, 5 table spoon olive oil

1-3 teaspoon Himalaya salt

 

Buy as much of the ingredients organic as you can. You can also skip some of the ingredients or choose the ones you have at home, but stick with the spice mix. Soak the nuts, veggies and berries etc. a few hours before, or overnight. Mix all the ingredients in the mixer. Mix well. Add water. Mix the spices, salt and olive oil separately, and let it soak for a while..

Pour the spice mix in the mixer with the rest of the ingredients.

Heat soup to no more than 42 degrees Celsius

Serve while warm or cold and enjoy!

Green Energy soup

Publicerad 2014-03-19 13:20:00 i Raw food: Back to basics,

 ”Energy soup is the easiest, healthiest and quickest meal on earth!”
 
- Ann Wigmore
 
 
 
 Today I decided to make energy soup for lunch. It's green and vibrant and full of nutrition.
 
The cornerstone of the Living Foods Lifestyle is Energy Soup, a blended mixture of greens, sprouts, vegetables, Rejuvelac, and dulse. Energy soup is a complete meal, containing every nutrient in a balanced form that the body needs.
 
Dr. Ann Wigmore, the founder of the concept of raw food,  advocated juicing fruits and vegetables as a way to obtain optimal nourishment. However, in her later years, she became a proponent of blending foods rather than juicing them. The only juices she used were watermelon and wheatgrass. She believed that juices can be too cleansing for most people's bodies. "Blending helps the body to clean itself and thus it restores health much quicker than just eating the foods as salads, yet it does not overtax the system with the rapid cleansing action of juices," she wrote. "Also, juices do not contain fiber. Separating the fiber and other elements from the juice results in a food that is not as balanced as Nature would have it."
(http://www.annwigmore.org/living_foods.html#soup)
 
How to make the energysoup:

Blend in your blender or food processor, using rejuvelac (or sauerkraut or sour cabbage) as the base:

Rejuvelac is a Fermented Living Food Drink. You can also use sauerkraut or cabbage as the base and you get the important enzymes that help digest the food.
 
5 cups of baby greens or kale or green sallat leafs
1-2 cups of bean sprouts – alternate daily between mung, lentil and green pea
half to one avocado – for its clean mono-unsaturated fat (like olive oil) with no cholesterol, and rich in enzymes – avocado “savorizes” the greens;
one apple – for sweetness, and to help digest all the proteins;
2 tablespoons of seaweed – for its minerals and trace minerals

To make the soup more sweet, as an alternative to apple you may also use one banana or some watermelon.

Enjoy!

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Welcome to my blog! I am a Raw food & a plant based diet enthusiast from Sweden, living in Copenhagen. I grew up partly on only eating raw food, having parents that were way ahead in the 80s. I mainly eat a plant-based diet because I want to nourish my body, have clarity in my mind, my soul and my heart. I'm into the pureness of whole foods, health and positive living. I believe the best thing you can do for yourself is to listen to your own body and eat what makes you feel good and happy. My personal approach to vegetarian and raw food is to keep it simple! Back to basics. In this blog I share information and tips for inspiration on physical, mental and emotional health.

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