Recipe Directions

1. Place the water, lemon juice, garlic, sea salt and cashews in the high speed blender or food processor, and blend until very smooth. 2. With a spatula, take the mixture from the blender and place in a medium sized mixing bowl. 3. Slowly stir in the mustard, apple cider vinegar, and turmeric until it reaches the color and flavor you desire. 4. Serve on top of flax seed crackers, celery sticks, or add a bit of water to make a creamy salad dressing.

RawVee note: Add in chopped up celery for more texture, or jicama, onions, whatever you like. I pile it on fresh arugula. YUM!!!

Time to Make: Approximately 10 minutes Shelf Life: Keeps up to 5 days in the fridge if sealed in a tight container. You can make this ahead of time!

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By RawVee

This was on Alissa’s site. It’s incredible!!!!! Raw Deviled Egg-less “Egg” Spread Serves 4-6 This has been posted with permission from: ~~~~~~~~~~ Raw Food, Right Now! Heidi and Justin Ohlander Http://www.rawfoodrightnow.com rawfoodrightnow@gmail.com

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Loved this!!! I prepared with chopped onion & celery and scooped up in mounds with sliced jicama... fabulous!! I might try with sprouted garbano beans next time for texture.

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This was really good, even my cooked-food husband and 7 yr.old loved it! I was tasting as I prepared it, and I liked it a little better before I put in the vinegar, so I think I might omit next time. Oh, I also added 2 T of ground flax.

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I tried this today and it ROCKS! So good. I ate with raw cauliflower. I also made it with mild curry instead of tumeric (I don't like the taste of tumeric) I also soaked the cashews for like an hour. Thanks for posting this recipe. it's RAWsome! :-)

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i subbed coconut water for regular water, subbed dulse for the salt, subbed soaked peanuts for the cashews, ommitted the onion, garlic, mustard, and vinegar, and added the meat from young thai cococnut to achieved the consistency of actual chunks of "egg whites". a lot of the spiced in this recipe contain volatile oils that act as irritants, but the tumeric is esssential for color, and peanuts, being a starch, combine better with young thai coconut meat, which is also a starch.

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Loved this!!! I prepared with chopped onion & celery and scooped up in mounds with sliced jicama... fabulous!! I might try with sprouted garbano beans next time for texture.

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I saw this recipe last night and was dying to get home today and make it! I can't believe how good this is!I added a bit more mustard and ACV and rolled it up in a collard leave! Outstanding. This is going in my next workshop! Bliss!

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I've seen this recipe before, but didn't possibly think it could taste like egg salad...surprise surprise!!!! It did!!! I am so thrilled because I love egg salad and deviled eggs but can't eat them any more. I used flax seed crackers to dip them up, but I think I'm going to make a sandwich out of it with raw onion bread and maybe top with tomatoes...yum...

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I left out the tumeric, added diced celery and white onion, then spread it on romaine and topped it with sliced cherry tomatoes. Terrific!

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this is GREAT! i didn't use the acv because i ran out this morning using it for henna (darnit!), but it still is yummy without. my husband even likes it and he's a sugar-ladened omnivore.

i can't wait to chop up some green onion and/or cucumbers to go it in.

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That's what I love about raw food---you can edit recipes to your own taste. :)

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This was really good, even my cooked-food husband and 7 yr.old loved it! I was tasting as I prepared it, and I liked it a little better before I put in the vinegar, so I think I might omit next time. Oh, I also added 2 T of ground flax.

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oh man! this was SOO yummy! i had a little too much liquid in mine tho. but after it sat for a while it was better. i LUV egg salad so this was good! AND i didnt have turmeric and it still was so good on celery!! 5 stars!

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Wow...my mouth is watering! I wish it wasn't 8 at night, I'd whip some up. It is definitely on the lunch menu tommorrow ;^)

I'll let y'all know!

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When I tried this recipe, I thought, "how in the world could this only get 4 and 1/3 rating? But I had only tried it without tumeric. When I did, I understood why. The tumeric ruins the recipe. Try it without it.

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So far this is the best raw food recipe I have tried!!!!!!!!!! Its totally worth it.

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I am SO happy I tried this! Delici - oso!!!!

I chopped up a bunch of romaine lettuce and mixed it all together and ate it just like that!

Sooooo good.

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looks wonderful... does anything can sub cashews with out comprimizing taste? they little to hard on my system... ~thanks!

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I loved this...I think it tastes delicious. I am new to raw food and this is a great substitute for eggs.....

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I'm going to give this one another shot. Maybe if I soak the nuts longer, use a little garlic powder instead of the raw clove, cut down the ACV and spices...I really want this to work!

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whoops! somehow 2 messages posted. funny

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I tried this today and it ROCKS! So good. I ate with raw cauliflower. I also made it with mild curry instead of tumeric (I don't like the taste of tumeric) I also soaked the cashews for like an hour. Thanks for posting this recipe. it's RAWsome! :-)

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I tried this today and it ROCKS! So good. I ate with raw cauliflower. I also made it with mild curry instead of tumeric (I don't like the taste of tumeric) - thanks for posting this recipe. it's RAWsome! :-)

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Yummy! I had it with celery and David ate it alone. Definitely will be making this again.

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omg this is sooooo good! i added chopped celery, bell pepper and onion to it so i could get more veggies in ;)

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Sorry to hear that, Lauraj. Every body is different, so it's good that you know what yours needs! :)

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I made this recipe exactly as outlined. I have to admit, I ended up dumping it after choking down a few bites. I have been mostly juicing and raw fresh fruits/veg's for some time now, with occasional smoothies and simple raw dishes. I think this dish is great for those transitioning into raw, but for me, it was just too much. Too strong of a flavor, too much ACV, too much salt. I tend to believe now that nuts are fantastic when used in nutmilks and very occassionally dressings or desserts. But dishes that are very spicy or require a lot of nuts or garlic or condiments such as ACV, Braggs, salt, Tamari and acidic ingredients less than pure and mellow to flavor do not feel clean, pure or healthy anymore to me. I think I've just detoxed to the point where anything other than clean, pure, simple, fresh and juicy makes just feels overwhelmingly toxic to my body and my senses. I felt sick and toxic after eating part of this.

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I loved this recipe. I made a smaller amount and used in nori as a filling with tomatoes - absolutely delicious!

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Yum! I followed some of the tips and added diced mushrooms, scallions and celery. Also, instead of salt, I tossed some sea lettuce into the food processor (I just picked up the lettuce at a farmers market this morning and was encouraged to use it wherever I would use sea salt - so far, so good). Thanks for the recipe.

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