This is from Bryan Au’s book Raw in Ten Minutes… To see a photo visit www.rawinten.com and scroll down to the grilled cheese sandwich picture.. YUM

Recipe Directions

Make the “Bread” by grinding the Flax Seeds in a blender to a fine powder. Place powder in a bowl and, mixing very well, add tahini and sea salt. Use a fork to form a flat square on a plate with the mixture and cut diagonally with a knife and seperate the two halves.

Make the Nacho Cheese by first putting water into a blender and adding the rest of the ingredients. Blend 2-3 minutes for a chunkier consistancy or longer for a smoother one.

Spread the Nacho Cheese on one half of the “bread”, Then carefully flip the other half on top to form a triangular “Grilled Cheese” sandwich. Yummy

Azuraskai's Thoughts

By azuraskai

This is from Bryan Au’s book Raw in Ten Minutes…

To see a photo visit www.rawinten.com and scroll down to the grilled cheese sandwich picture.. YUM

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thank you! thank you! thank you!!

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Oh, and Bryan now uses Chick Pea Miso when possible... i found that i have an easier time finding chick pea miso than i did the Sweet Hawaiian Miso...

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I love Bryan's stuff! I love his Mac-N-Cheese... Island Kebabs are a huge hit in my house - as are the Taco's, Angel Hair Pasta & Pasta Alfredo :) Well worth the $22 for his book! Awesome!

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Well I finally found the picture! It's way down at the bottom! I can say that I love tumeric so it probably won't be too much but I'll taste it as I add it to make sure. Also, this may be better as a fried cheese kind of appetizer. If it was served with some really fresh sides like a chopped apple, jicama fries and other raw vegeies and the cheese sticks were just nibbled on- that would be great. I'd like my raw onion rings with this!

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After making this I can safely say I do not crave grilled cheese... because this was kind of gross. The cheese part was decent, but had way too much tumeric, and yielded an enormous amount of cheese. The texture was great for the cheese though. I would probably cut that cheese recipe by 1/4 if you are just making this for yourself. Also, the bread was rather weird as well, and very hard to form on the plate (I may have used too much ground flax by accident), I would use a different bread for this (a dehydrated bread would be better for the grilled texture). Basically what I'm trying to say is that I took one bite of this and threw it out, lol. The color of the cheese was amazing though!

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Hey Happytimes.. Im so sorry about the Tiramisu... He writes it out in a really complicated way and I haven't had a chance to sit down and write it out before I try and post it... I am going to do that tonight and post it before midnight.. Hope you like it...

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thank you. I'll be looking forward to that. Omgosh! I tried this recipe and it was soo good. The cheese is really good and creamy. Thank you for posting this recipe.. :)

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Yes I have the recipe in the same book.. I'll post it for you tomorrow :)

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i'm going to try this. So there's no dehydrating? It will be an interesting experience. Did you ever try making the tiramisu that he has in those pictures in the website? Does anyone know the recipe? I need to get my hands on that book. :)

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I have a whole jar of tahini and don't know what to do with it. Thanks for this recipe!

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I have this book too and this always looked so yummy but I haven't tried it yet. I would probably put mine in the dehydrator to make it 'warm'.

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