@crashley lookin’ hawt while drinking her green smoothie today #cafe118 #raw #vegan #winterpark #mondayfunday
The organic produce haul today. Figs, grapefruit, cucumber, peaches. Already ate one of the peaches and it might’ve been the best peach I’ve ever had. And the figs are divine as well. #thisiswhataveganeats
100% organic raw vegan carrot cake balls!
-5 cups carrot pulp (I used my Omega 8004 juicer for my carrot breakfast juice and kept the pulp to use for this recipe)
-2 cups medjool dates
-2 cups raw walnuts
-1.5 cups raisins
-2 tbsp raw shredded coconut
-1.5 tbsp nutmeg
-1.5 tbsp cinnamon
-1 tsp fresh grated ginger
-1/2 tsp Himalayan pink salt
1. I used the blank plate of my Omega 8004 juicer to crush the dates, 1/2 the amount of walnuts, and coconut. I’m sure a food processor works just fine.
2. Combine that mix with the carrot pulp, rest of the walnuts, raisins (I chop half of the amount up a little bit), spices, and salt. I use my hands to get in there reaaaal good.
3. Use a tablespoon to measure out the balls and roll em up!
My raw chip with #raw cashew cheese on it. (Taken with Instagram)
I’ve definitely fallen in love with Durianriders message: CARB THE FUCK UP!
I took pictures of the recipe for the raw chips for all of you that wanted it. You’ll need a dehydrator for these though. And the recipe show yields a huge amount of chips. I definitely didn’t do that much. I just did 2 cups of flax seed meal and 2 cups of almonds and adjusted everything else accordingly. And even that yielded a shitload of chips. Enjoy.
Ran my food dehydrator all night in my bathroom with my raw tortilla chips. Now my bathroom smells amazing. The benefits of being a vegan.
uniting Harley “Durianrider” and Dan McDonald “the Life Regenerator” at the Woodstock Fruit Festival
The best people
Photo overload. I visited St. Augustine’s raw, vegan restaurant today and I fucking loved it. It was my second visit, so I already knew I loved it; the love has just just been reinforced. If you’re ever in St. Augustine, GO THERE! The soup was a sweet potato/kale soup:defuckinglicious. The entree I got was the un-tuna melt. Basically, it was a sandwich on hemp bread with a raw patty that was made out of sunflower seeds, almonds, celery, pickles, kelp, dill, and spices and has a cashew mayonnaise on it with raw tortilla chips and a spring mix salad with either sauerkraut or kimchi, not sure which. And I added a kombucha for good measure. And they had pink salt on the table.
They also have a brand new cookbook with recipes for pretty much everything on the menu for $20. It’s a beautiful book with photos and detailed instructions so make these amazing dishes. I totally bought that shit up. Prepare for posts about all the awesome stuff from this book I make.
So in conclusion, go here. Go vegan.