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The red peppers are quite watery when you process them. The miso gives a good flavor and also helps to thicken it. If you like it thicker, add some ground flax seed to it :)

Yes, you can buy "raw" sesame oil, you just have to read the label...

Hmmmm... i'll have to try the Hemp seed oil sometime. Thanks for the suggestion.

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is sesame oil raw??? just wondering.

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It can be. Just make sure you buy cold-pressed and untoasted.

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The red peppers are quite watery when you process them. The miso gives a good flavor and also helps to thicken it. If you like it thicker, add some ground flax seed to it :)

Yes, you can buy "raw" sesame oil, you just have to read the label...

Hmmmm... i'll have to try the Hemp seed oil sometime. Thanks for the suggestion.

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Whenever I make sauces or soups with bell peppers it ends up with a strange consistency - watery. Should I be doing it in my zero horse power blender instead of my -1 horse power food processor?

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I make this sometimes with sea salt instead of the miso. It's also great with hemp oil instead of the sesame oil:)

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It can be. Just make sure you buy cold-pressed and untoasted.

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is sesame oil raw??? just wondering.

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