1 cp. rolled oats
1/4 cp. water
1 cp chopped
almonds or walnuts
1/4 cp. brown rice syrup
3 TB. cold pressed corn oil 1/8 tsp.
unrefined sea salt
Combine all ingredients for crust and
press into the bottom and side of a lightly oiled pie plate. Bake 10 minutes at 375
degrees until golden brown. Allow to cool.
agar and salt in a saucepan. Bring to a boil, stirring constantly to
dissolve agar flakes. Reduce flame to low and simmer a few
minutes. Flakes must be dissolved for the dessert to gel.
Combine arrowroot or kuzu and sweetener with a little room
temperature water until dissolved, and stir into the juice mixture. Add lemon juice, rind and vanilla. Turn off flame. When
mixture stops steaming, pour into pie shell and refrigerate until
firm. Garnish with fresh berries.
is a tasteless sea vegetable. It is a vegan gelling agent and is
rich in iodine, calcium, iron, phosphorus, and vitamins A,
B-complex, C, D, and K. Agar soothes the digestive tract and acts as
a mild laxative.
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author, has helped thousands of clients reverse health and weight
issues; achieve emotional harmony, radiant health, passion, peaceful
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