I adore arugula, and use it in salads often. I threw this together tonight, and for some reason it turned out more amazing than usual—(maybe it was the pinenut/coconut vinegar combination), so I thought I’d share! I just eyeballed the ingredient amounts, so adust it however!
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I chopped up the pinenuts in a coffee grinder. (Don’t have a food processor.) Throw it all together, mix it up, delicious!!

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I adore arugula, and use it in salads often. I threw this together tonight, and for some reason it turned out more amazing than usual—(maybe it was the pinenut/coconut vinegar combination), so I thought I’d share! I just eyeballed the ingredient amounts, so adust it however!

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Coconuts are my favorite raw food (I eat one every day) but I've never tried coconut vinegar. I'll put it on my grocery list.

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I LOVE arugula, too! My partner is allergic! :( Gotta try this recipe, thanks for sharing!

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Thankx z~ I have such a tough time (for some reason) letting go of the belief that coconuts are not good for you. Ugh! lol

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Raw, unfiltered coconut vinegar is similar to other naturally fermented vinegars such as balsamic and apple cider vinegars. It contains the natural "mother" which is simply the culture of organisms that created the fermentation of the tuba. These organisms are "probiotic" organisms and friendly to digestion... you can find it www.wildernessfamilynaturals.com

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I have never heard of coconut vinegar... what does it taste like?

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Jeez, I must be tired. I read it wrong. Sorry.

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What's a cucumber stalk? Did you mean to write celery stalk?

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