Found on Raw Sacramento Food Recipes website. “I use it as a base for many Italian dishes, such as raw lasagna or raw-violis An easy lunch idea is to place 2T. or more of nut cheese on a sheet of nori, chop up some scallion, cucumber and tomato, and roll up. Cut into rolls. Yum!”

Recipe Directions

Blend all ingredients until smooth or process in a food processor. You may need to add a little water to get the blending going. This cheese has the consistency of a ricotta.

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By k8lyn07

Found on Raw Sacramento Food Recipes website.

“I use it as a base for many Italian dishes, such as raw lasagna or raw-violis An easy lunch idea is to place 2T. or more of nut cheese on a sheet of nori, chop up some scallion, cucumber and tomato, and roll up. Cut into rolls. Yum!”

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What the h-e-double-hockey-sticks is a head of red pepper, onion, or lemon's juice? I gather this means the stated fraction of one fruit of a red pepper, onion or lemon, but it's confusing stated this way. Also, what is a slice of swiss chard? Why say things in a confusing manner?

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Sounds good to me!

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I am equally frustrated with recipes like this. Clarity, please.

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wow, that's a lot of nuts

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I think it sounds great-I'll be making this one next!

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For those who are not familiar with swiss chard, copy and paste the following link to your search engine address bar for more information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swiss_chard

In the future you can research via links like www.google.com or www.wikipedia.com.

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I am equally frustrated with recipes like this. Clarity, please.

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Sounds good to me!

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What the h-e-double-hockey-sticks is a head of red pepper, onion, or lemon's juice? I gather this means the stated fraction of one fruit of a red pepper, onion or lemon, but it's confusing stated this way. Also, what is a slice of swiss chard? Why say things in a confusing manner?

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