This is my Mock Chicken Raw Steak. It is one of my favorite recipes out of over a 1000 that I’ve created and is going in my first book. Thanks for your views of my recipes and I know you will enjoy the organic orgasm of your mind, body, soul and especially your taste buds.

Recipe Directions

Ingredients Preparation

Marinade: 1 tablespoon Yakon Syrup(or 2 tablespoons of agave instead), 1 teaspoon Dark agave (regular if dark is not available), 2 1/2 tablespoons Nama Shoyo(or 2 1/2 tablespoons of water and sea salt to desired taste, 2 pinches of cayenne, 1 teaspoon cumin, 1/2 clove garlic,

Topping: Semi Grind 1/2 cup black sesame seeds (regular if not available), 1/2 teaspoon sea salt (more or less to desired taste), pinch of cumin,

Take: 4 Portobello mushrooms. Cut mushrooms in steak size, marinate in marinade for 15-20 minutes, coat in topping

Dehydrate at 102 degrees for 3-6 hours depending on consistency you like your steak.

For steak: Chop 1/4 cup red onions, slice 1 colored bell and add to top of steak them pour marinade on top. or Take desired bread of choice and use in sandwich with red leaf lettuce, slices of tomato, red onion and add BeLive’s mayo #1 (on recipe list) to make incredible Mock Chicken Raw Sandwich

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By Chef BeLive

This is my Mock Chicken Raw Steak. It is one of my favorite recipes out of over a 1000 that I’ve created and is going in my first book. Thanks for your views of my recipes and I know you will enjoy the organic orgasm of your mind, body, soul and especially your taste buds.

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Thanks Pam,

One of the greatest things about live cuisine that I adore is people becoming intuitive with my food. That's what living foods is predominantly about. Thanks a bunch!

Chef BeLive

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This is very good. I don't use cumin in the topping, just in the marinade. Also, I sprinkle the topping over one cut side of the mushrooms and press it in. Since I only used about half the topping, I froze the rest to use next time. I will probably cut down the salt, too. I used 1 1/4 t. for the entire recipe. I could have eaten all of the mushrooms in one sitting except that I knew it was too much salt! I made a delicious wrap using the mushrooms, mock tuna and red lettuce leaves.

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I have Yacon syrup. I sent some to my dad too. Its this sweetener that does not raise blood sugar levels. I never use it but in case I make a tea or something.

Hu Chef Belive! Nice recipe. Manly man looking for raw versions of steak!!

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I actually use sea salt instead of Nama Shoyo all the time and yakon syrup is raw.

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You might have to order Yakon Syrup on line. Nature's First Law has it.

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Sounds great. I'd substitute the nama shoyu for a little salt, and substitute the yakon and agave for dates. To make it 100% raw.

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This sounds intriging. Is Yakon Syrup readily available and where would I look for it?

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