Fresh Coconut Curry – and how to make Homemade Coconut Milk

I have been working at juice bars for over 2 years now where we make fresh coconut milk daily.  It’s a tasty treat that isn’t too hard to whip up, just takes the confidence to swing around knives large enough to crack open the young Thai coconut’s shell.  At one place I worked they required us to wear a chain mail glove on one hand to prevent the loss of any digits – a small price to pay for the light, sweet, creamy taste... Read More

Vegan White Pizza with Roasted Garlic Coconut Cream and Sun Dried Tomatoes

I love pizza in all its forms.  Sure it’s traditionally topped with red sauce and gooey strands of cheezy goodness, but it may get layered with pesto instead, or no sauce at all.  With this recipe I had the idea that rather than worrying about not only making a sauce but also a figuring out a cheese substitute, I decided to make a combination of the two. The sauce is made creamy by a little coconut milk, while all the flavor explodes from... Read More

Raw Buckwheat Hot Chocolate

You’re probably asking yourself how it can be both raw and hot at the same time?  Without actually cooking, if blended on high for a few minutes anything will warm up.  It’s a tip often used by raw foodists to make raw soups or beverages more appetizing. After a few minutes of blending the combination of fresh homemade buckwheat milk, raw cacao powder, and agave syrup gather a froth just like real hot chocolate.  This treat is much... Read More

a raw oat breakfast for two

i’ve been working at my local juice bar for a few months now where we make all the milk for our smoothies fresh daily.  we make coconut milk by blending the meat and the water – we make almond, oat and buckwheat milks by simply soaking, blending and straining the grains or nuts. the pulp that’s left over after straining is a shame to throw away as it’s just as nutritious as the milk but is loaded with all the fiber. as such,... Read More

raw cinnamon sunflower seed milk

you can make milk out of nearly any seed or nut. i decided to use sunflower seeds for this recipe, but you can use almonds, cashews, oats, sesame seeds, hemp seeds, rice or buckwheat – it just requires a little soaking, blending and straining. the result might not taste exactly like milk but makes a good substitute for the lactose intolerant, soy intolerant, raw foodist or those with nut allergies alike. Read More  Read More