Ooh La Cha Cha Raw Vegan Taco Supreme

 Let’s dance!  Let’s sing!! Let, ooh la cha cha, raw vegan taco’s supreme ring!!!  This taco recipe is so alive, and so filled with nutrients that they release endorphins with simply a mere taste!!! Jared and I sat giggling while we ate this scrumptiousness. Every bite filled us with more and more joy. Here is the recipe, and always remember…

Create with love & jams,

Jules   <3

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 Taco Shells      

In a food processor put :

4 cups of organic corn, one & 1/2 red bell pepper, 1/4 cup of sun dried tomato, 1 & 1/2 tbsp of cumin, 1tbsp of chili powder, one cup ground  golden flaxseed, the juice from one large lime, and a pinch of sea salt. Mix it up until it is smooth. Put spoonfuls of the mixture on a teflex tray of the dehydrator. Smash and create round circled taco shapes.  You can use a large glass or small plate if you want to make your circles perfect. Just trace around the edges . Dehydrate for 4 hours @ 118 f. Take them off the sheet, flip them, then put them back on the tray without the teflex. Dehydrate for 1 to 2 more hours. They will be pliable.

Avocado Tomango Delight ( filling)

In a bowl place, 2 ripe avocado, cut up in little squares, 10 cherry  tomato cut in half, one mango cut up into small squares. Then add 1 tbsp of lime and sea salt and pepper to taste.

 

Cucumber Cilantro Tzatziki Sauce

2 cups  of coconut yogurt. Place in a bowl. In the food processor put 2 pealed and seeded cucumbers. 2 cups of fresh cilantro, 2 gloves of garlic, 4 scallions, and a pinch of sea salt to taste. After it is all mixed in the food processor, add it to the coconut yogurt.

Lay a taco shell on a plate. Fill it will the avocado tomango delight. Then top it off with the cucumber cilantro tzatziki sauce. Prepare to giggle! :)

 

Raw Veggie & Hummus Kale Wraps with Blackberry Salsa

Are you ready to experience a feast of your senses in delectable proportions? I made these tasty veggie wraps the other day and seriously, we could not get them down into our digestion system fast enough, ha! They are super easy to make. And even easier to digest. Every ingredient is raw with the exception of the hummus.  So, are you ready? Scroll down for the recipe and photos that speak for themselves. And don’t be surprised  if you get the urge to jump up and dance after you take a bite. A little tip: I always make my recipes with my favorite music playing. It makes the food taste better. :)

Create with Gratitude & Love,

Jules 

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1 Bunch of Kale

Lemon Garlic Hummus

 2 Tomato’s

2 Avocado’s

2 Mango’s

1 Cucumber

2 Cups of Blackberries

2 Cups of Micro Greens

You can see by the photos below that you just layer each ingredient on the kale leaf, roll it up and feast till your hearts content!!

To make the Blackerry Salsa : Put the following ingredients  in a food processor  : 2 cups of Blackerries, one small onion, 1 glove of garlic, 1/2 jalapeño, a pinch of salt, a hand full of chopped cilantro, 1/2 of lime juice, and a tablespoon of raw honey. Pump and pulse until blended well, yet  still somewhat chunky.

You can choose to buy a nice hummus at your favorite health food store /or you can make it homemade here :

one 16 0z can of organic chick peas, two tablespoons of tahini. Two cloves of garlic, the juice from two lemons, 1/2 teaspoon of tamari, 1/4 cup of water and two tablespoons of olive oil. Put all these ingredients in a food processor and blend till smooth.

That’s a wrap!!! :)

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The Gift of an Avocado Tree

We recently received a most generous gift from my beautiful sistar Teri. A 6 foot avocado tree !! I am thrilled to have this wonder of nature on my property now. I have decided to name her a Ava Theresa. For those of you that think I am a little weird from naming my avocado tree, you may not think so if you knew what an incredible blessing it is to be in possession of one of the most healthiest anti aging fruit trees on the planet. Continue reading