Wednesday, November 10, 2010
Tomatoes With Seed Cheese !
2 cups sunflower seeds.
1/2-1 tablespoon Italian herbs.
1 teaspoon Himalayan salt.
Soak the sunflower seeds in water for at least 2 hours, I left mine probably about 4 hours.(filtered water with out nasty chemicals will be healthier).
Then blend up with the soak water add salt and herbs, blend until really smooth. Put into a jar with a cloth cover over the top, I used a piece of old stocking. You could use cheese cloth and leave out over night for it to ferment . We tasted it last night and we had some Kev and I both loved it, I thought it tasted great as a dip or spread. I had some last night on tomatoes and the same for lunch and dinner today as well. It didn't taste like it had fermented, probably because the weather was a little cool here last night any way it's half gone I will leave it out again tonight and tomorrow I will turn it upside down for the liquid to drain out and then you will have seed cheese. But it is delicious as a dip on tomatoes. I give it 10 out of 10 .
Through out the day I had one of the smoothies that I made for breakfast it made 2 jars and a little bit. In the afternoon I felt a little fatigued it could have been spending too much time blogging on the computer. So I had 2 of my date and orange truffles which went down well it could have been my blood sugar dropping. Then later on I felt hungry I had a banana smoothie using the same blender from my morning smoothie 1 large banana and some water that seemed to fill me up until I had my dinner. Also yesterday I was making zucchini chips in the food dehydrator my son Jack said they tasted like potato chips ! Every thing I make I will give recipes and tips ! So stay tuned for the next exciting update of my raw food journey, What will be on the menu tomorrow.