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Summer salsa raw food recipe

Summer salsa

Great for picnics, this salsa blobs itself nicely onto the top of all crackers, breads and burritos. Evie loves hers with baby sweetcorn on the side. Actually, she loves everything with baby sweetcorn on the side.

Keeps for around four days when refrigerated in a sealed container.

1 small courgette
85g vine tomatoes
10g raw vegan pesto
5ml raw pumpkin seed oil
1/4 clove of garlic

Crush the garlic. Blend everything in a high-power blender or food processor until it becomes finely blended yet still with chunks.

Bliss U

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Warning: Don’t even think about going raw
without reading this first (CLICK HERE NOW).

She is famous for empowering people to take responsibility for their own health, wellbeing and destiny so they can become who they always wanted to be without having to turn into a meditating Himalayan monk.

 

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Chia bread raw food recipe

Chia bread

Chia is a very exciting seed. Its nutritional values surpass that of any other seed. It has eight times more omega three than salmon. Two days before being introduced tot his, I took part in an ayahuasca ceremony and kept seeing fish on trees. I wondered what it meant, then chia came into my life!

Makes one loaf. Keeps for ten days when stored in a sealed container.

300g golden flax seeds
150g celery
100g Salba or chia seeds
100g tomatoes
100g almonds
50g buckwheaties
50g basil
1/2 red pepper
2 sundried tomatoes

Grind the flax seeds to a flour using a high-powered blender and its dry jug. Add all the remaining ingredients to the blender’s wet jug, then put the flour in from the dry jug. Blend this until smooth.

Turn out onto a lined dehydrator sheet and form a loaf or small rolls.

Dehydrate at 115°F/46°C for four hours before removing the lining, and flipping them. Dehydrate for a further four hours or until firm in the middle, but not hard.

Bliss U

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Warning: Don’t even think about going raw
without reading this first (CLICK HERE NOW).

She is famous for empowering people to take responsibility for their own health, wellbeing and destiny so they can become who they always wanted to be without having to turn into a meditating Himalayan monk.

 

Extracted from my book Ecstatic Beings

If you’re in a relationship of any sort, make it a tantric one.

Mothers, lovers, friends, fathers, sisters, brothers, colleagues, children all deserve the very best of you.

Hours of love. Flowers. Fresh fruit. Hugs. Heart connection. Music. Massage. Bigging up.

It’s all there, waiting to be discovered in the secret land of Tantriana.

I’ve invented a new country.

Bliss U

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PS: For more advice on how to live as an Ecstatic Being in these crazy times, click here.

She is famous for empowering people to take responsibility for their own health, wellbeing and destiny so they can become who they always wanted to be without having to turn into a meditating Himalayan monk.

 

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Bliss U

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Warning: Don’t even think about going raw
without reading this first (CLICK HERE NOW).

She is famous for empowering people to take responsibility for their own health, wellbeing and destiny so they can become who they always wanted to be without having to turn into a meditating Himalayan monk.

 

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Sunshiney day

Sunshiney day

A lovely pudding to bring even more light into your life because you can never have too much.

Serves two. Keeps for three days when refrigerated in a sealed container.

1 banana
1 papaya
10g coconut butter
20g maca powder
5mm slice of ginger
1/2 teaspoon lemon peel
1 capsule of digestive enzymes
1 capsule of nopal cactus powder
⅟8 teaspoon etherium gold powder
Gold flakes to sprinkle when you want to go too far

Peel the banana. Peel and deseed the papaya. Blend everything until very smooth in a high-speed blender. Sprinkle the gold flakes on top and serve in bowls.

Bliss U

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Warning: Don’t even think about going raw
without reading this first (CLICK HERE NOW).

She is famous for empowering people to take responsibility for their own health, wellbeing and destiny so they can become who they always wanted to be without having to turn into a meditating Himalayan monk.

 

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Kale on Sunday raw food recipe

Kale on Sunday

This salad is so dense that it fills every pocket of your existence. Eating good food takes up just enough time so that you can’t be tempted to read the papers, ensuring you never get drawn into Ye Olde 3D Worlde.

Serves one healthy appetite’ed adult. Keeps for three days when refrigerated in a sealed container.

20 stalks of dinosaur kale (cavelo nero) or curly kale
10 cherry tomatoes
50g or 1/2 cup shelled hemp seeds
30g or 1/3 cup raw pine nuts
40ml or 1/4 cup olive oil
50g or 1/2 cup Peruvian olives
30g or 1/2 cup fresh flat leaved parsley
10g or 2 teaspoons raw coconut butter
5g or 1 teaspoon purple corn extract

Shave the olives into a wide-bottomed bowl, discarding the stones. Cut the stalks out of the kale and use for juicing or in another recipe. Roll the kale up into a long, thin cigar. Slice through it at 1cm intervals. Add this to the bowl.

Quarter the tomatoes and finely chop the parsley, and add them to the bowl. Add the hemp seeds, pine nuts and purple corn extract. Add the olive oil and the coconut butter.

Mix everything with your hands. Massage the kale for five minutes with as much love as you can channel.

Let it rest for an hour before serving. You can put this in the dehydrator for that hour, which will make it invitingly warm.

Bliss U

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Warning: Don’t even think about going raw
without reading this first (CLICK HERE NOW).

She is famous for empowering people to take responsibility for their own health, wellbeing and destiny so they can become who they always wanted to be without having to turn into a meditating Himalayan monk.

 

This is for all those full time mums who don’t quite know what to say to people who ask “What do you do?”

I wrote this when Evie was three and I had forgotten what sleep felt like.

Extracted from my book Ecstatic Beings

I love you. I phone NHS Direct when Charlie falls down the stairs and breaks his toe. I stop in a traffic jam and get you out because you need to wee wee on the road. I write books. I look after you all on my own, even when I’m really really exhausted and just want to sleep. I kiss you. I give good quote. I give good Google. I walk you to sleep at midnight because you’re a raw megabeing and you don’t need as much sleep as other children. I love you. I make three lunches for you because you didn’t want the first two. I eat toddlercalories. I do toddler yoga. I take you to see the fifi (Christmas) lights and win a prize for you. I have a bath with you and play with the duck ducks. I put eyeshadow on you because you want to look like mummy. I love you. I feed you with empty booboos. I help you down the stairs. I air the bed. I wipe your bum and empty your potty and clean it. I pluck my chair (chin hair) which I never had til I had you. I put ozone oil on my poorly crown to keep the infection at bay. I look at pink dolphins on YouLose with you. I clean the mouse poo off the top of the broken dishwasher. I brush your teeth with 3% food grade hydrogen peroxide. I snuggle you when you bang your head. I love you. I do yoga with you playing horsey on my back. I wipe up your wee wee with your skirt off of my mate’s floor because you just stood there and said “oh dear” whilst puddling all over the place. I put five minutes of Barbapapa for you on YouLose whilst checking my emails of a morning. I make you fly through the air with your tummy on my feet. I work as fast as I can. I try to type when you insist on the caps lock being on because it lights up and you like lights. I attempt the dangerous move of carrying you on one hip whilst pushing your pushchair that you don’t want to go into because you’re a big girl now, but I can’t carry all your stuff so I still take it everywhere, whilst crossing six lanes of traffic, all of which seem to be going to some important emergency because they are going far too fast for me to feel safe and motherly during this mammoth yet daily task. I spray 3% hydrogen peroxide all over my body when I get out of the bath to restore my pH balance. I love you.

Bliss U

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PS: For more advice on how to live as an Ecstatic Being in these crazy times, click here.

She is famous for empowering people to take responsibility for their own health, wellbeing and destiny so they can become who they always wanted to be without having to turn into a meditating Himalayan monk.

 

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Sweet omega pudding raw food recipe

Sweet omega pudding

Simple and creamy, little kiddies love this.

Serves two. Keeps for three days when refrigerated in a sealed container.

200g cantaloupe melon
200g shelled raw hemp seeds
10ml raw agave nectar
20ml Udo’s Choice oil
5g raw coconut butter
5g maca powder
5g raw mesquite powder

Add everything to a high-speed blender and blend until smooth. Serve in a bowl with extra agave nectar swirled on top. Add berries or dried fruit if desired.

Bliss U

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Warning: Don’t even think about going raw
without reading this first (CLICK HERE NOW).

She is famous for empowering people to take responsibility for their own health, wellbeing and destiny so they can become who they always wanted to be without having to turn into a meditating Himalayan monk.

 

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Golden nuggets raw food recipe

Golden nuggets

You can make these any size or shape that you want depending on your preferences or the occasion.

220g pumpkin seeds
260g sunflower seeds
50g golden fl ax seeds, finely ground
10g Seagreens
1 small red onion
1 apple
5 dried apricots
1 red pepper
1 sundried tomato
5g fresh parsley
5g paprika
1 clove of garlic
1/2 teaspoon finely ground black pepper
Pinch of Himalayan sea salt

Makes about twelve cutlets or about thirty nuggets. Keeps for about seven days when refrigerated in a sealed container.

Soak the sundried tomatoes in water for at least an hour, then drain and rinse. Remove the seeds and stalk from the pepper. Core the apple. Finely chop the sundried tomato, garlic, apricots and parsley.

Grind the flax seeds to a flour.

Add all the ingredients except half of the flax seeds and half of the paprika to a food processor and process until fi nely ground and sticky, but not a paté.

Mix the remaining flax and paprika together on a small plate.

Take one piece at a time and make cutlet or nugget shapes with them. Roll in the flax mixture and place them on a dehydrator tray.

Dehydrate at 115°F/46°C for about six to eight hours.

Bliss U

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Warning: Don’t even think about going raw
without reading this first (CLICK HERE NOW).

She is famous for empowering people to take responsibility for their own health, wellbeing and destiny so they can become who they always wanted to be without having to turn into a meditating Himalayan monk.

 

This is a poem dedicated to David Deida. Without him, I’d still be hiding my light.

Love Splayed Toes David Deida

Bliss U

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PS: For more advice on how to live as an Ecstatic Being in these crazy times, click here.

She is famous for empowering people to take responsibility for their own health, wellbeing and destiny so they can become who they always wanted to be without having to turn into a meditating Himalayan monk.