several cups of frozen strawberries, blueberries and cherries
about 2 cups coconut water
Blended in the good old Blendtec and gulped it down before we ran out the door.
a tsp. or so Nama Shoyu
a bit of garlic powder
a splash of lemon juice
Smooshed it all together in a bowl with a fork. That's what us old-fashioned people without food processors do.
On a piece of seaweed we spread some of the smooshed avocado along one edge. We added:
the leftover "noodles" from last night
spinach and butter lettuce, sliced small
Then we rolled it all up and dipped it in the Raw Asian Dressing and Spicy Peanut Sauce (separately), both from yesterday. The overall taste was very nice - the dipping sauces totally 'made' the meal though. I don't think I would have been able to eat the seaweed without them. Thanks Misty! You totally saved my bacon (except I didn't eat bacon).
My two oldest, once again, decided to try these on their own. They made up a roll, dipped and had 2 or 3 bites and said they were done.
I didn't get home until after 8 so I just made a quick soup.
Thai Vege Soup - posted by Ocean at Raw Freedom Community
1 orange pepper
1/2 tbsp. sea salt
3/4 c. cashews
2 c. warm water
1 tbsp. curry powder
3/4 c. almond milk
1 tbsp.. Nama shoyu
1 tbsp. agave
1/2 tbsp. jalapeño pepper
1/8 cup green onions
Add everything to a blender and blend until blended. (That's a lot of blending!)
My thoughts....very tasty. I used two small sweet peppers, one yellow and one orange. I cut off the end of a jalapeño and used that instead of measuring. And I didn't use the green onions because I think they're nasty.
The soup was very, very thin. I'd like to make it again and use less liquid, and possibly add some veggies right at the end so there's some chunkiness. I ate my second bowl with coconut milk stirred in, which made me think that using coconut milk instead of water might be a tasty replacement. I love curry, and this definitely had the curry taste. I might decrease it though because it overpowered everything (in a mostly good way).
This whole "blended soup" thing has me thinking about all the soups I can make for my family and, instead of using a water or broth base, I can blend a ton of veggies making a smooth base and then add chunks and textures to give the mouth feel that thin, watery soups make me long for.
We finished the meal with another fruit smoothie, at the insistence of my 4-year-old. Three of the four boys joined in and by the end there was barely enough for me!