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Prepare zucchini and squash to look like pasta (I’d like to get a spirooli, but for now just sliced them). Sprinkle with olives and broccoli. In a cup, mix tahini, garlic, lemon juice and salt. Pour sauce over pasta and enjoy in a warm sunny spot.

Buffalorising's Thoughts

My first raw-food creation and I really enjoyed it. The possibilities are endless: sun-dried tomatoes, herbs… It was the perfect light meal to enjoy on this warm spring day in the countryside in NE Texas.

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This is Wonderful, very lite. I used the Nut Free Pesto and my Joyce Chen spiral slicer to make noodles....Just wonderful!!

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My husband and I really enjoyed this recipe however we preferred to have about half the amount of sauce on it. It looks kinda gross but tastes wonderful! We added extra raw olives for a little more of a salty taste.

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Yummy. I'm eating this right now for my first raw lunch. So good. Kandace, I used your peeler tip, thanks. Also, I didn't have olives (bummed) but I threw some carrot sheds in there just for some fun and color. ;-)

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This looks delicious! I usually just use a plain old peeler to make thin, wide zucchini noodles.

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Thanks for the tip! I also read that you can use a simple cheese shredder to make pasta.

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Sounds simple and tasty :)
There's a really cool tool that does what the spirooli does, it's called a Deluxe Dual Peeler by Kuhn Rikon.
It is 2 tools in 1. One side is a peeler and one side creates long thin strands of noodles...takes up a ton less space than the spirooli :) and is cheaper too. www.hacres.com used to sell the spirooli for $19, don't know if they do or not now.

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