If you crave something you should have it. Never restrict yourself. Since eating more raw foods, I haven’t had the desire for any of my old favorites, like naan and chicken curry. Once you see the effect eating nutrient-rich food has, the only thing you’ll crave is more of it. With a little imagination you can transform anything that requires cooking oil into a flavorful raw dish. I don’t propose people solely eat raw or vegan, just explore the possibilities. Eating for your body and skin doesn’t mean spending your whole paycheck either. Even without careful planning, eating more fresh food and buying in bulk keeps more money in your bank account.
1 tsp Turmeric
1 garlic glove
¾ cup olive oil
1 tsp salt
4 pieces dulce seaweed
1 tbsp hemp seed
¼ cup soaked cashews
1 small jalapeño
¼ cup lemon juice
3 dried figs
Blend all ingredients until smooth including a quarter of cauliflower.
Cut cauliflower into florets and steam in basket.
To steam cauliflower, place it in a steamer basket and then again place it in a pot with 2.5 inches of boiling water. Cover and steam. Florets should take 4 – 5 minutes to cook.
Place cauliflower in clay serving dish on a bed of basil leaves. Pour curry on the steaming cauliflower and top with chopped soaked almonds. With a little imagination you can transform your favorite dishes into living food.