Recipe Directions

Dirt aka Filling: - Wash herbs, chop in food processor - Add mushrooms (I cut mine in half), olive oil, hemp seeds and process. Your mix will be chunky. You can add a teaspoon of filtered water to moisten it. When you press the mixture with a spoon it will help draw it together more. - Stir the mixture into a bowl, add pink sea salt and fresh ground pepper. Fold and toss mixture, pressing into bowl to draw together.
Earth aka Avocado: - Cut your avocado in even halves. Remove pit. Scoop about 1/4 of the insides out in an even circle. You can use a small spoon or a small melon scooper to create your pit. Season avocado with a sprinkle of pink sea salt and more ground pepper.
Scoop dirt into the pit of your earth!!!
You can use the remaining avocado to form a green hill and poke a stalk of sage or oregano into the hill for decoration.
Lay your spoon on the earth and dig in the dirt! Be adventurous! Take a dive and feel alive! This recipe is a MUST TRY!!!

TheRawDance's Thoughts

I call this “Dirt and Earth” because the colors are brown and green which remind me of fresh soil and greenery. I also set up the presentation to resemble a grassy green avocado hill and sage tree. Everything used is edible. Picture coming soon!
This is by far the best ever. I have mixed some of my favorite ingredients together. You can make this in 5 minutes flat. It can be served as a hearty snack or even a filling meal. They make wonderful appetizers (use small avocados for appetizer purposes) and are great for parties. You and your guests will feel at home with yourselves and the earth when you dig (your spoon) into “the earth” and accept nature’s nourishment.

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Beautiful! I have edible flowers in the garden - I think they need some "dirt" to grow in on my plate. :)

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Thank you MyRawLife, blessings to you dear!

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Wonderful presentation!

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Quiora: WONDERFUL!!! Thank you so much for the feedback. I bet your pine nut pesto was great! I love when people alter recipes, I never follow them to a T. I like to get ideas and go from there. I hope your bellies are full and happy. Here's to a wonderful new week ahead : )

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I just made these for supper, but doubled the recipe for my boyfriend and I. They were amazing! I did a few minor changes: I used a little less onion and added a shallot; I also didn't have fresh herbs on hand, so I used dried; I used pine nuts in place of hemp seeds; and I used half as much olive oil, just because it seemed like enough. These were so quick and easy to make, but also very filling. Thanks for the recipe!

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Thank you dear. It kept me FULL for hours. I ate it before leaving for the farmers market this morning and had lots of healing energy for produce pickin' : ) I found out how to get my pictures online without using a program to resize. I can upload them to a website and resize at the time of upload, then save : )

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I look forward to trying this! I see that you got your picture to show up. It is very nice.

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I look forward to trying this! I see that you got your picture to show up. It is very nice.

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I am trying to upload photos to my recipes and they aren't showing up. Maybe they are too big? I don't have a program right now to resize : ( Has anyone else had this problem?

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