Monday, April 04, 2005

What's your favorite treat to eat?

FL David writes:

gosh, there's too much to list....

the trick is to find the food!

i love mid term coconut meat, especially blended with the water...

i love organic heirloom tomatos with basil and a touch of garlic and bariani olive oil...

i love greens just out of the ground...

i love wet dressings made with cukes, celery, peppers, some cayenne pepper, tomatoes etc just poured on a big green salad...

maybe sprinkle with some pumpkin seeks or pine nuts etc....

just could go on and on...

i love a ripe mango just off the tree, black sapote smoothies with coconut,

i love nut meat salads (like tuna or shrimp but use pureed nuts/seeds, even some truly raw nut butter if you can't puree the nuts yourself)...

take a look at bonobo's menu- i love all that...

i'm so happy with this food there is no end...

i have no no no cravings for what i used to eat and i don't want to eat fake food--raw made to taste like cooked;

again the trick is to find super fresh greens, vine ripe fruits, veggies...

fresh nuts and seeds etc etc etc etc

thankfully in fla we have the abundant fresh cocos all around us here...

the trick, again, is how to get them off the tree and be able to open them in your kitchen...

homestead has great fresh fruits and produce...

you'd have to research where you are to find the sources for the real food that you can celebrate in it's own right, without making it taste like anything else...

this is probably more than you want to hear.......... :)))

i'm passionate about it all...

and can't wait for my next feeding!!

today we have some just-off-the-tree blood oranges,

honey tangerines,

grapefruit,

fresh no wax cukes,

a basket of just picked coconuts

and more!

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

egglplant parmajan (spelling just not right I know)
is there ia raw recipe for that?

sketchgrrl said...

There is probably a raw recipe for eggplant parmesan. I don't know it offhand.