I thought, “Hmmm… I wonder how curry would taste in this? Let’s find out!” I found out it tastes really, really good. I let it soak for about two hours before I got to it (took it to work with me for breakfast), and it was very yum! Okay, it’s not really porridge, but I didn’t know what to call it. Stuff seemed too...

Recipe Directions

1. Throw an apple and a carrot into a food processor with the grater blade attachment.

2. Pour in just enough freshly made almond milk to come about halfway up the mixture.

3. Stir in some raisins (I think dried apricots would be heavenly in this, but I didn’t have any), and sprinkle in some cinnamon.

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By jenergy

I thought, “Hmmm… I wonder how curry would taste in this? Let’s find out!”

I found out it tastes really, really good.

I let it soak for about two hours before I got to it (took it to work with me for breakfast), and it was very yum!

Okay, it’s not really porridge, but I didn’t know what to call it. Stuff seemed too vague.  ;o)

You don’t have to have a food processor for this. A regular ol’ grater would work just fine. I was just being lazy. ;o)

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This sounds really neat. I'm going to have to try it!

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This sounds REALLY good. I actually had left over pulp from apples and carrots that I juiced the other day and it tasted like apple sauce. I wondered what I could do with it! Now I know! (Obvs. i'm not an instinctual cook.)Need all the help I can get. LOL. ;c)

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This sounds REALLY good. I actually had left over pulp from apples and carrots that I juiced the other day and it tasted like apple sauce. I wondered what I could do with it! Now I know! (Obvs. i'm not an instinctual cook.)Need all the help I can get. LOL. ;c)

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This sounds really neat. I'm going to have to try it!

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