Originally Posted by SundayCrepes
Please share the specifics. We are gluten free and just went dairy free. What crusts? Where do you get cashew cheez?
I'd like to try this and would love it if finding these ingredients was easy.
Our favorite crusts are made by a small company called "Living Spoonful's". They are the best tasting crusts for the cheapest price. You can find them online for sure, our favorite store is called, "The Raw Food World". We also like Lydia's sunflower crusts and Mauk Family Farms raw mineral crusts (Those two brands are available to me in our local health food stores, so I tend to buy those more often). They are also pretty easy to make, but since they are raw, you need a dehydrator.
Cashew cheez is really easy!! Here is a basic recipe that everyone in my family REALLY likes:
3 cups cashews (If you have the time, soak them in cool water for 4 hours ahead of time...makes a really smooth cheeze)
3 cloves of garlic (we LOVE garlic...so we use 6 )
2 tbs. lemon juice
salt to taste
Throw it all in the food processor or high speed blender and blend until smooth!
It is really easy to make variations of this recipe too!
For "nacho" cheeze (for "quesadillas" or tacos etc.) I add 3 tbs. nutritional yeast, 2 tsp. cumin and 1 jalapeno
For "italian" cheeze (for zucchini lasagna, pasta, cheeze sandwhiches etc.) I add (dried or fresh) orregano, basil and sage
You get the idea
AND last but not least, tonight for dinner we had brown rice with a wilted kale and chard salad, fresh tomato straight out of the garden and raw corn on the cob...all drizzled in apple cider vinegrette!
You guys are making me hungry again!! Now I am craving Mexican food! I think I am going to make the rice bowls tomorrow night...