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Rock’n the Kelp Noodles

Still not so sure on how to prepare Kelp Noodles? Well never fear The Live Food Experience is here to guide you through your sea tangle noodle adventure. Kelp noodles are a raw vegan no cook alternative to traditional grain based noodles that require cooking. The magic of kelp noodles is that you just open the bag and they’re ready to go… well not quite. The secret I’m about to share with you will maximize your kelp noodle experience. Follow these simple steps and you will enjoy your noodles, do not follow these steps and… not so good.

  1. Open the bag
  2. Pour out the juice
  3. Squeeze the noodles
  4. Rinse the noodles
  5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 one more time
  6. SQUEEZE NOODLES

The most important thing to remember is that the last thing you should do to the noodles is squeeze them and squeeze them hard. This will allow them to soak up the tasty sauce you have prepared. You may be saying, “I haven’t prepared a tasty sauce.” Well I took that into consideration and thought up one for you to prepare.

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Here’s a video to bring home the message… Squeeze, Rinse, Squeeze, Rinse, SQUEEEEEEEEEEZZZZZEEEE!!!! Enjoy.

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Philly Cheeze Fake

Philly Cheeze Fake Foo Shizzly!
Philly Cheeze Fake Foo Shizzly!

Take a look at this divinely inspired creation that is a synergy of marinated eggplant, breaded dehydrated onions, cashew cheese, walnut pate and tomatoes. This was the featured entree the other night at Conscious Media Tuesday at Shakti. The turn out was the lowest but the entree was the bestest! I’m debating whether to do “Philly Cheese Fake” 2 weeks in a row. Send me an email if you want specifics on the recipe.

I’ve got a video in the works of the assembly. Here are the basics in photo form:

Lay out the eggplant
Lay out the eggplant
Add walnut pate and breaded onions
Add walnut pate and breaded onions
Cheeze it
Cheeze it
Wrap it
Wrap it
Decorate it
Decorate it
Blam It!
Blam It!
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Summer Spinach Soup

Fresh Produce
Fresh Produce

Down in Florida the local gardens are producing goodies in all shades of the rainbow. Recently I visited the local beaches farmers market and picked up some fresh produce. With my purchases spread out before me I saw a vision of soup, spinach soup and the rest is history. Enjoy this simple Summer Spinach Soup recipe.

2 Cups nut or seed mylk

1 Bunch of Spinach, rinsed and chopped

2 T chick pea miso

1 fresh tomato or 1/4 C soaked sundried tomato

6 black olives, pitted

1 T Mexican Seasoning Blend – cilantro, cayenne, black pepper, coriander, cumin

1 t cumin

salt to taste

Combine all ingredients in blender. Bleand until smooth. Transfer into a bowl. Garnish with diced veggies… corn, tomato, bell pepper, fresh herbs. Enjoy.