I just finished making a batch of “Chicken” Soup for the Raw soul (http://www.rawguru.com/recipe5.html), I took a little taste of the left over pulp and I thought, “Hey, it tastes like chicken.” So I put the pulp in my food processor with a little bit of Avocado Mayonaise from Cindy’s Mock Tuna Salad (which I got...
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Just a side note: I replaced the dates with stevia. Worked great.

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I just finished making a batch of “Chicken” Soup for the Raw soul (http://www.rawguru.com/recipe5.html), I took a little taste of the left over pulp and I thought, “Hey, it tastes like chicken.” So I put the pulp in my food processor with a little bit of Avocado Mayonaise from Cindy’s Mock Tuna Salad (which I got here: http://www.living-foods.com/recipes/mocktuna.html), a couple stalks of celery and I pulsed it all together, wrapped some romaine around this and “Chicken” Salad.
It’s very nummy

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This sounds really great. You can happy chicken soup and salad for lunch! Thanks!

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