this recipe makes a very creamy and delicious drink without nuts or seeds used!
i'm likin' the whole breakfast in a jar thing.
cucumber salad with cilantro
lemon, pinch of sea salt, olive oil, parsley.
I had some steamed edamame on the side, which I don't think is raw, but I saw this video from the Renegade Health Show with Kevin Gianni and it talked about how some people, for the sake of eating 100% raw limit themselves to uncooked sources for the best protein, fiber, and nutrients. The speaker was showing the contrast between eating raw goat's milk, cheeses, and egg for example and having steamed broccoli, lentils, or sweet potatoes, for example. He said by all means the steamed vegan counterparts surpass the raw dairy choices in health and nutrient benefits.
Also, about the soy controversy, soy is leaning towards the bad side of the scale. In excess amounts, and in little amounts, it is still a common allergen. For vegans, if soy should be consumed it should be kept to its whole and natural state. Not in tofu products, or tempeh, or soy milk. I guess that's the next thing I'm going to be focusing on. I do notice more mood changes when I eat a lot of soy products, which makes sense since it contains estrogen.
What are some things you avoid, have had bad experiences with or even have questions about?