These are weird but oddly addicting. Please keep an open mind! You can’t even taste the squash, and they’re even better refrigerated. I can’t help but eat one every time I walk by!  
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    Two dozen litte cookies
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Recipe Directions

1. Put everything in a food processor until thick and smooth.

2. Make little cookies about the size of silver dollars.

3. Dehydrate for 24 hours.

Note: Please experiment--I think they might be better without the almond milk, and I guess any kind of squash would work.

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By Rakao

These are weird but oddly addicting.

Please keep an open mind!

You can’t even taste the squash, and they’re even better refrigerated.

I can’t help but eat one every time I walk by!

 

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squeeko, I have seen jungle peanuts online but was skeptical about ordering them simply because I didn't know anything about them. I checked out your buddies website and I have actually visited it before on a quest for truly raw nuts. It looked promising and with your recommendation, the deal is sealed, so to speak. Thanks for the tip!

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squeeko, I have seen jungle peanuts online but was skeptical about ordering them simply because I didn't know anything about them. I checked out your buddies website and I have actually visited it before on a quest for truly raw nuts. It looked promising and with your recommendation, the deal is sealed, so to speak. Thanks for the tip!

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Rakao, I have the biggest Whole Foods in my state right down the street (lucky me :) ) and I see young coconut being restocked there every couple of days. When I shopped at the smallest in the state our produce department got a shipment every week. I'm guessing you don't have a Whole Foods or Wild Oats near you so I'm not sure where I'd look. I get cacao nibs from a company called Navitas Naturals, and they are the best I have tried by far. I have seen NN products at most health foods stores, independent and chains, and online as well. I would suggest naturalzing.com for the cacao nibs if you can't source them locally... ;)

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silent_advocate - try these things called "Jungle Peanuts". I buy them from my friend here in Seattle at his store called Raw Vegan Source...www.rawvegansource.com

They taste just like peanuts but are just way more healthier. you can purchase online from him and his prices CANNOT be beat!!!!

Tell him Jermaine told you about it

Peace and Love!!!!!

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awesome! silentadvocate - yeah i'm in the US, & i get raw peanuts and everything at a store called Sprouts. I'm not sure if it's a chain store, so I'm not sure if u'll have 1 in Michigan. I have yet to find a place here that sells cacao nibs or young coconuts. Know of any?

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I'm going to try these with out the banana and with using Almond Butter/Almonds instead of the peanuts. I'll let you know how it turns out!

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I love the idea and am totally open minded :), are you in the US? I'm looking for a "mainstream" or easy way to get raw peanut's in Michigan. Thanks in advance and I will be trying a modification of this recipe ASAP...

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