Yes, I made the Liquid Gold. Mine did not come out thick enough for to be a sandwich spread. It's barely thick enough to be a salad dressing. But it tastes good.
I'm relatively new to raw, striving for 80/20, after several years of transitioning from SAD to vegetarian to strict vegetarian. In Natalia Rose's book, I'm a Level 3--almost a Level 2 (score 8). Here's what I've been eating in a day:
•Smoothie with fruit/greens. Blackberries, raspberries, blueberries, banana, greens (kale, spinach, turnip tops, beet tops, bok choy, cucumber), hemp protein powder, green vibrance powder, flax seeds, a little water to make the Vitamix go. Sometimes I add other fruits like grapefruit or grapes. Kinda depends on what's in the house. This makes about three cups of smoothie, which I drink in stages as I get hungry. I'm not sure how it stacks up food combination-wise (I'm banking on food combo rules going out the window when things are blended), but it works for me.
•More fruit if I get hungry--apples, grapes, pears, whatever's on hand.
•Huge salad with lettuce and sprouts and any number of other toppings, including avocadoes, tomatoes, onions, radishes, cucumbers, carrots, olives, raw broccoli
•A cooked side--some examples: soba noodles and veggie broth; a bean and avocado burrito on sprouted grain tortilla; a bowl of lentil/vegetable soup; bowl of steamed tofu; avocado/tomato/onion/lettuce/mustard sandwich on sprouted grain roll
•Yerba mate tea
•Larabar, 71% chocolate or dishful of nuts and dried fruit
•Huge salad with lettuce and sprouts and a bunch of different topics from lunchtime's salad.
•A cooked side--usually heavier duty than lunch sides. Last night, for example, I had a huge bowl of soba noodles and steamed broccoli. Night before last, it was a couple cups of butternut squash, potatoes and turnips roasted with garlic and olive oil.
I hope this helps. I'd love to see what others are eating.