• RECIPE: Sprouted Fenugreek & Walnut Tacos

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    Here is this amazing Recipe for your Taco Tuesdays! These 2 Raw Vegan Tacos are charged with Living Foods! It's really all about the life that is in your foods. Sprouted and Living Fenugreek Seeds, Walnuts and Clover full of Enzymes and Oxygen that will travel through your body nourishing and rebuilding your Health.

    The best part is that there is really nothing complicated about this! So let's get to it!


    Sprouted Fenugreek Tacos makes 3-4 tacos



    • 1 Cup of Organic Hummus
    • 1 Cup of Sprouted Fenugreek 
    • 1.5 Teaspoon of Coriander
    • 1.5 Teaspoon of Cumin
    • .5 Teaspoon of Garlic Powder or Fresh Pressed (use 1 clove)
    • Half Cup of Soaked Wakame (optional)
    • Living Butter Lettuce or Romaine or Cabbage Leaves for the Taco Shells
    • Lemon Juice 
    • Paprika 
    • Red Clover Sprouts 



    In a bowl mix Hummus, Fenugreek, Coriander, Cumin and Garlic. Lay the taco shells in each serving plate and add the mixture. Garnish with some Clover or Broccoli Sprouts or any little sprout you have handy, you can also leave this out. Squirt some lemon juice on top of the mixture and sprinkle the paprika at the end for some color.


    BONUS TIP: Fenugreek can be replaced by any kind of sprouted lentil or even a mix of different lentils, adzuki, mung beans etc.



    Sprouted Walnut Tacos makes 3-4 tacos



    • 1.5 Cups of Soaked Walnuts (8hrs)
    • 1 Teaspoon of Smoked Paprika
    • 1 Teaspoon of Braggs Aminos
    • Dried Oregano to taste (optional)
    • Your favorite Condiment Blend (garlic, onion, celery etc)
    • Living Butter Lettuce or Romaine or Cabbage Leaves for the Taco Shells
    • Cheezy Sauce Click here to see this recipe 



    Chop or process the walnuts until 1/4 of inch pieces and put them in a bowl. Add smoked paprika, Liquid Aminos, and your favorite condiment blend, oregano and mix well with your hands. Lay the Taco Shells and the walnut meat, top with some delicious Cheezy Sauce and Garnish with sprouted fenugreek.


    BONUS TIP: You can also use Sunflower Seeds and to achieve a crunchier texture you can dehydrate the nuts or seeds or the blend of the 2 for a 4 hours in 115 degrees.





    Yours in Health


    Lili <3

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  • 6 Simple Steps to make Detox Easier

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    About 60% of accumulated waste is released in the first 7 days of Detox and it could go up to 2+ weeks, yes you will worse before you feel better but don't worry these are generally signs of Healing.

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  • RECIPE: Protein Sugar-Free Creamy Chocolate Raw Vegan Milk

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    I can not get enough of this Raw & Vegan Protein Chocolate Milk, I have one everyday! If you are physically active you need to hydrate, nourish and repair your body. This Raw Vegan Protein Milk is the Best Post-Workout Drink

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  • 5 Golden Rules of Food Combining for Optimal Digestion

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    You thought yay! im finally getting use to these new healthy Foods, I’m feeling awesome inside and out. Well here is your next assignment: Food Combining!

    It plays an important role for Optimal Digestion, when we eat the ultimate goal is to nourish with the most nutrient-dense, easily digestible foods, allowing quick absorption of nutrients and efficient elimination of waste.

    Even when we think we are eating healthy, vegetarian, vegan, raw vegan, paleo etc, the combination of foods that are in our plates can either help or ruin the Digestive Process.

    Here are your 5 Golden Rules for Food Combining:

    1. Never eat Protein with Starchy Carbohydrates

    Each group goes well with vegetables, but not at the same meal. Protein needs acidic juices and Starchy Carbohydrates need alkaline fluids to break them down. When acidic and alkaline juices mix they tend to neutralize each other, the result: digestion is impaired and incomplete

    Meat and potatoes, cereal with milk, nut butter sandwiches (pb & j’s), grains and nuts (found in granola) are all examples of bad food combining.

    1. Never eat Fruits and Veggies together

    They  digest at different rate, if consumed together they can cause back up in the digestive system and produce gas and bloating.

    1. Avoid drinking with your meal

    What! crazy right? but drinking liquids during your meals, dilutes the digestive juices and enzymes so needed for optimal digestion. Drink 15-30 min before a meal or 2 hours after.

    1. Eat Raw Foods first

    Eating raw foods first contributes enzymes to the digestion of cooked foods that follows.

    1. Consume only Ripe Fruits

    Unripe fruits (mostly all that are industrially grown, the ones you see at the supermarkets) take what it needs to ripen from our bodies minerals, enzymes, water etc.


    In conclusion if you apply some of this rules of Food Combining along with chewing your food until liquified you are on your way to optimal digestion. Chewing your food thoroughly also makes the food tastier and you will feel very satisfied, eventually no overeating will contribute to loose the extra pounds we have always been wanting to get rid of. These simple changes lead to big improvements on your digestive tract and nutrient absorption.


    Yours in health


    lilirawliving <3

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  • RECIPE: Tempeh Bacon Green Dinner Salad

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