Process all ingredients in a food processor until desired consistancy is reached. That is, if you like pure, smooth cranberry sauce, or like chunky cranberry sauce. Enjoi!
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Chill in the fridge or freezer before serving. And enjoy!!!
To make the “noodles,” you can either use a spiral slicer (like the Spirooli) or make it into fettuccini with a vegetable peeler.
Okay, this reads long and looks like it’s a lot of work and complicated, but it it is not; I’m just very wordy This is actually very quick and easy, lowfat or fat free, and delicious!
I like this when I’m craving guacamole. If you have a hard time with raw broccoli, this may be a good recipe to try. If you are used to raw foods, I think you will enjoy this; however, you can try it with cooked (see notes).
- 3-Minute Chickpea SaladA quick search of this blog will prove that I adore chickpea salad. As of today, I’ve posted six of them. I love being able to take a can of chickpeas, mash it up and have a quick sandwich filling or salad topping. And as my days get more and more hectic, my chickpea salads […]
- Spring SoupaladOf all the wonderful plant-based doctors we can learn from on the internet and in books, I confess that Dr. Fuhrman’s work is the one I am least familiar with. An incurable bookworm, for some mysterious reason I have yet to even read Eat to Live. However, I do believe that sometimes such lapses are […]