Recipe Directions

1 C barley, soaked 3 days (or buckwheat soaked 6 hours…tasty! 1/2 C almonds, soaked 12-24 hours, chopped 1 C sunflower seeds, soaked 5-6 hours 1/4 C flax seed oil 2 T Spike vegetable seasoning
Drain and rinse well your grains and nuts. Mix all ingredients in a bowl
Curry Sauce
1 C almonds, soaked 12-24 hours, 16 oz. purified water 2 medium sized Fuji apples, cored & diced 1 C raisins, unsoaked 1 t curry powder 2 T flax seed oil 2 T Braggs or to taste 1 medium sized ripe banana
Place the almonds in a blender and add enough water to cover them. Blend until creamy. Add curry, flax oil, banana, Braggs and process for 20 seconds. Transfer to a bowl, then fold in apples and raisins. Pour sauce over nut grain dish, stir well and place in dehydrator for at least 2 hours until warm to the touch, below 112 degrees. This is a rich dish, and makes a wonderful thanksgiving dish or for a special occasion.

Kendra Far Above Rubies's Thoughts

This recipe is by Richard Salome. I substituted raw buckwheat in place of raw barley because of gluten allergies. I folded in the raisins and apples instead of adding them to the blender (trust me, ft’s much better this way), and I also omitted the blanching of the almonds…why do that? They’re fine without adding hot water… JUST KEEP IT RAW! ;-)
P.S. MY CHEAP GOOD FOR NOTHING $10 CAMERA THAT I GOT FROM WALGREEN’S TOOK A LOUSY PICTURE OF THIS DISH, WHICH I COULDN’T EVEN UPLOAD, SO I UPLOADED THIS PHOTO OF SOME BUCKWHEAT OFF OF GOOGLE IMAGES. BUT THIS DISH REALLY DOES LOOK APPETIZING WHEN YOU MAKE IT.

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It really is wonderful Harmonylia! The curry and grain make this taste like a main course meal and the sweetness from the bananas, raisins and apples a dessert. Main cours and dessert all in one! I likes dat! ;-)
I hope you like it Carmentina. The first time that I tried it was at a raw cooking class given by Janee Kutailiano here in Ohio. She makes delicious food..has a website too: www.aliveone.com But the recipe is originally by Richard Salome.

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OOH nummy, I will have to do this I have some extra grain lying around here waiting to go stale. This sounds wonderful!

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Sounds like one I'll try!

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