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

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I got this crazy idea this morning and threw an apple & a carrot into my food processor with the grater blade attachment, then put the mixture into a container to take to work. I poured in just enough freshly made almond milk to come about halfway up the mixture, then stirred in some raisins (I think dried apricots would be heavenly in this but I didn’t have any), and sprinkled in some cinnamon. Then 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 b-fast), and it was very yum!
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)

Jenergy's Thoughts

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

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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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