Monday, February 27, 2012

Raw, Living, 'Caesar' Salad Dressing

Raw 'Caesar' Salad Dressing
Recipe Courtesy of: Chef Bliss

•2 lemons, hand juiced
•1/2 c. raw, organic Balinese Cashews
•1/4 c. water
•1/2 c. Olio Beato Olive Oil
•1 tsp. Himalayan Pink Salt
•4 cloves of fresh garlic
•1/2 tsp. raw, organic Kelp Granules
•1/2 tsp. black pepper
•1/4 tsp. white pepper

*Optional: 10 drops of OmegaZen DHA oil

1.Blend everything well and enjoy on your favorite salad creation!

Incan Berry Meringue Pie

Incan Berry Meringue Pie
Recipe Courtesy of: Chef Bliss

This pie is light and creamy with a zesty cream filling that's intensely satisfying without being too sweet!

Raw, Organic Almonds
Raw, Organic Medjool Dates
Raw, Organic Vanilla Powder

1.Blend well in a food processor until desired pie crust thickness is achieved.
2.Press into a pie plate.

•1/2 c. raw, organic, virgin coconut oil
•1/2 c. raw, organic, incan berries (goldenberries), soaked & drained
•2 bananas
•1/2 c. raw, organic, cashews
•1 tsp. raw, organic vanilla extract
•pinch of sea salt to taste
•1/2 c. raw, vegan coconut nectar
•1 tbsp. freshly squeezed lemon juice
•1/4 c. water

1. Blend all ingredients well. Pour into pie crust.


•1 c. raw, organic, Macadamia Nuts
•1/2 c. raw, organic Agave Nectar
•1/2 c. raw, organic, virgin, Coconut Oil
1 tbsp. freshly squeezed lemon juice

1. Blend well.
2. Refrigerate for at least 1 hour. Spread or pipe through a pastry bag for a decorative effect.


*Note: Pie is best served from freezer.

Friday, February 10, 2012

Recipes Using our New Tricolor Quinoa

Tricolor Quinoa Rejuvelac

Rejuvelac is a general term for a fermented liquid purported to improve digestion of food. Rejuvelac is prepared using whole wheat, rye, quinoa, oats, barley, millet, buckwheat, rice & other types of grain. Rejuvelac can be consumed as a digestive aid & used as a 'starter' for other fermented foods such as raw nut & seed sauces, cheeses, & Essene Breads. Rejuvelac may contain B vitamins, Vitamins E & K, & a variety of proteins, dextrines, carbohydrates, phosphates & amylases. Lactic acid is also produced during the fermentation.

How to Make Rejulevac:
Rejuvelac is a raw food made by sprouting a grain & then soaking the sprouted grain in water for about two days at room temperature & then drinking the liquid. A second batch can be made from the same sprouts, this time requiring only about one day. A third batch is possible but you may not like the flavor.

1. Soak 1 c. quinoa for 12 hours in a quart jar and then drain water.
2. Add water to fill jar about 3/4 full and let sit for one to two days.
3. Drink the water. You can put more water in and make a second batch by
soaking one day.

Tricolor Quinoa Breakfast Munch

1 c Quinoa

1. Soak Quinoa for 12 to 24 hours and drain.
2. Put in bowl and eat. Optionally serve with raisins, seeds, cinnamon,
honey or natural sweetener.

Tricolor Quinoa Pilaf

1 c sprouted (soaked ) tricolor quinoa
2 T each carrot, celery, red bell pepper, small diced
1/4 c olive oil
1/2 t sea salt
optional: mixed spices, usually Italian, like basil

1. Mix in bowl and serve. Serve over mixed greens for a great salad option.
You may also add your own dressing instead of olive oil.

Wednesday, February 08, 2012

Recipe: Raw Apricot Bread

On these colder snowy days it is nice to have something with a little more bulk to it.  These dense breads are great just as they are or with a tasty spread, dip, or a little nut butter.  I've made these for parties, to add to dinner, or as part of lunches for the kids.

This sensational bread will delight you with a zest of orange sweetness and chewy apricots. Make apple cinnamon bread too using the alterations below!

Apricot Bread
(Recipe can be found in Rainbow Green Live-Food Cuisine)

2 c. golden flax seeds, ground
2 c. almonds, soaked
1/2 c. dried apricots, soaked
1 T. orange zest
1 1/2 t. cinnamon
1 t. Celtic sea salt
1/2 vanilla bean
1. Soak almonds and apricots for 2 hours.
2. Grind flax seeds in a coffee grinder or a blender (do not grind until super fine; the thicker the mixture, the better the bread).
3. Process almonds in a food processor with the “S” blade until meal-like
4. Process apricots and vanilla bean in the blender until smooth
5. Add some of the apricot soak water to the blend
6. Combine all the ingredients in a mixing bowl; add orange zest, cinnamon, salt, and mix well
7. Form into two loaves approximately 4”x8”x1” and slice into 1/2” pieces.
8. Dehydrate at 145 degrees for 1-3 hours and the 115 degrees for 2 hours, or until desired moisture is obtained.Serves 6-8

Most ingredients can be found on

*Note: For Apple-Cinnamon Bread (replace apricots with c. apples, blended, 1 apple grated and 1/2 c raisins, soaked. Remove zest.)

Tuesday, February 07, 2012

Recipe: Raw Strawberry Creme Pie

Raw Strawberry Creme Pie
Recipe Courtesy of: Chef Bliss


3 c. strawberries
1/2 c. raw, organic cashews
1/2 c. raw, vegan coconut nectar
1/2 c. raw, organic, virgin, coconut oil
1/2 c. water (optional)

raw, organic dates
raw, organic almonds

1. Blend crust ingredients in food processor to desired size.
2. Press into a pie plate.
3.Blend berries, cashews, water, than add the oil & nectar & blend more.
4. Pour into pie crust and freeze or refrigerate before serving.


Monday, February 06, 2012

Recipe: Raw Chocolate Cheesecake Mousse

By Chef Bliss

1/2 c filtered water
1/2 c raw, organic cashews
1 T. raw, organic pine nuts
4 T. raw, organic cocoa powder
1/2 c. raw, organic, virgin coconut oil
1/2 c. coconut nectar
dash of pink salt

Blend all ingredients in a Blendtec. Refrigerate or freeze; cut into tiny squares. Top with coconut nectar to taste. Recipe courtesy of Chef Bliss.

Thursday, February 02, 2012

Favorite Detox Recipes from Our Facebook Page

Thank you to all that participated on our Facebook Contest....

We threw a contest to see what your favorite detox recipes are using Natural Zing ingredients. Anyone could post a recipe, including pics, etc. to our Facebook page to be entered into the contest. The winner had a chance free $20 Natural Zing Gift Card.

We are happy to announce our winner; Sophia Sutton.

Her recipe was for a:

Breakfast Superfood Green Drink:
1 cup homemade almond milk, using Natural Zing Almonds & a nut milk bag
1 TBS hemp oil
1 TBS chia seeds
2 TBS flax seeds
2 TBS hemp protein powder
1 TBS Diatomaceous earth (food grade)
1 tiny scoop Stevia to taste
1 heaping TBS Pure Syngergy Superfood or Other Green Superfood
1 tsp Maca
sprinkling of cinnamon

Sounds delish! Thanks Sophia for sharing...

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