i made this for the raw falafel recipe posted on this site. it went really well together. cawliflower makes a nice starch substitute i think. also, it gets better as it sits, so make more and eat leftovers if you like to have things on hand. enjoy =)

Recipe Directions

mix together in bowl. DONE!

you can get creative with this as it’s just a base for better things. you can add marinated mushrooms, chopped bell pepper, chopped olives, etc…

you can also use this to stuff a pepper or a tomato for a nice presentation.

Pianissima's Thoughts

i made this for the raw falafel recipe posted on this site. it went really well together. cawliflower makes a nice starch substitute i think. also, it gets better as it sits, so make more and eat leftovers if you like to have things on hand.

enjoy =)

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DELISH!!

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I love this recipe! Thank you so much for posting. Easy & delicious :)

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renoir- so glad!

aecsaki- if you miss starch this can also be done with any winter squash (a little sweeter), but you'll have to pulse in a food processor to break it down.

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This sounds really good, I miss cooked grains already so I will try this instead. :)

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This couscous was amazing. I whipped this up for lunch one day and gobbled it up - it was so good! Even my SAD eating bf was all over it.

Sciabica makes amazing cold pressed olive oil. You can order it online www.sciabica.com

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jkmn- the weirdest place: marshall's. sells organic, cold-pressed evoo that actually says it hasn't been heated over 92.5 degrees on the front label. it's 5.99 too!

otherwise, look for unfiltered, cold-pressed... because the US doesn't belong to the olive oil federation (or whatever it's name is) that controls labeling of olive oil,

"cold-pressed" and "extra-virgin" aren't actually regulated. you can always call the company and ask.

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sounds good! where can i buy raw olive oil at? what's the difference between the ones at the store and the raw ones?

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If you get a chance try Olive Oil with White Truffle Oil wow yum! Great recipe, Bryan Au http://www.RawInTen.com & http://www.RawOrganicSavingThePlanet.com

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I've been looking for a easy and tasty-sounding couscous recipe.. This is something I can do cause I can actually get all the ingred. here... YEAY! I am definatly going to try this one soon!

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