This is similar to a recipe on here for taco meat, but I wanted something a bit creamier, so I added tomato. I also love lots of spice, so you may want to play with the spices a bit. I was amazed after I finished that it tasted like the refried beans I had been missing since going raw. I use this as a great dip for...

Recipe Directions

Soak walnuts. Put in food processor along with spices and tomato and grind until a mush. Serve on raw tortillas or chips.

Justagirl's Thoughts

By justagirl

This is similar to a recipe on here for taco meat, but I wanted something a bit creamier, so I added tomato. I also love lots of spice, so you may want to play with the spices a bit. I was amazed after I finished that it tasted like the refried beans I had been missing since going raw. I use this as a great dip for parties too.

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Doesn't taste much like refried beans. I used 50/50 cashews and walnuts (which may be at fault), and it turned out awfully…I really couldn't stomach it. I tried adding lots of chili and some habanero to mask the taste, but it didn't help. Will have to try this with walnuts only—I really want this to be tasty.

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wonderful combination! though, i would call it anyting it differently ~THANKI YOU!

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Hey there justagirl! I've always wanted something that tasted like beans... I'm going to have to try this out. (P.S. Great meeting you at the Thanksgiving feast today.)

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Doesn't taste much like refried beans. I used 50/50 cashews and walnuts (which may be at fault), and it turned out awfully…I really couldn't stomach it. I tried adding lots of chili and some habanero to mask the taste, but it didn't help. Will have to try this with walnuts only—I really want this to be tasty.

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this is my all-time favorite recipe on here, so thankyou! :)

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Thought I should mention, I added a clove of garlic and 1/4 cup of olive oil as well.

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This is EXACTLY what I have been craving, something a little spicy and savory! I am eating this beside a salad with green onion, tomato, arugula and some sprouted chick peas. One of my favourite raw recipes for sure! Thank you for sharing!

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Hey there justagirl! I've always wanted something that tasted like beans... I'm going to have to try this out. (P.S. Great meeting you at the Thanksgiving feast today.)

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wonderful combination! though, i would call it anyting it differently ~THANKI YOU!

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