For salad: (vary amount of ingredients depending on how hungry you are) .5 to 1 cup cooked wheat berries * 1 to 2 handfuls thinly sliced cabbage .25 cup sliced raw, red onion .5 cup olives (I like kalamata) .5 cup sliced carrots half of a raw red bell pepper, sliced thin .25 cup raw almonds Dressing: 3 tbsp. hummus ...
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For salad:
(vary amount of ingredients depending on how hungry you are)
.5 to 1 cup cooked wheat berries *
1 to 2 handfuls thinly sliced cabbage
.25 cup sliced raw, red onion
.5 cup olives (I like kalamata)
.5 cup sliced carrots
half of a raw red bell pepper, sliced thin
.25 cup raw almonds
Dressing:
3 tbsp. hummus *
juice from one lemon or lime
1 tbsp. agave or honey
.25 tsp. chili powder
Toss all ingredients and prepared dressing into a large tupperware container with lid sealed, and shake the crap out of it, until salad is well coated. Eat and be well.
* For those who are raw or gluten free eaters, wheat berries won't work. I use them to make a complete protein with the hummus in the dressing.... An alternative grain or perhaps a nut-meal could be substituted, although the protein combo won't exist anymore. For those who can't use hummus, I have made this dressing before using miso paste instead of hummus and added a splash of extra virgin olive oil for richness; still yummy.
-Rae

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i don't follow a strict raw diet, so i cook them because i like the texture of them cooked- but i'm sure soaked or sprouted wheat berries would work well too.

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Raw grains whether sprouted or not are not digestable.

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I believe that raw grains are not digestible?

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Why would you cook the wheatberries??? or did you mean soaked instead of cooked ...

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