This is my “in progress” version of raw Root Beer. I will adding other ingredients in the future to get even a better root-y taste but this turned out pretty tasty! NOTE: This recipe is for home use only. My bf and I sell this for our raw food home business so this is not for commerical sale use! Please respect that...

Recipe Directions

Blend all ingredients in blender until well blended. If you are adding the Kombucha, add at the end – it gets foamy. The Kombucha is to add “fizziness” – a replacement for carbonated water. :)

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This is my “in progress” version of raw Root Beer. I will adding other ingredients in the future to get even a better root-y taste but this turned out pretty tasty!
NOTE: This recipe is for home use only. My bf and I sell this for our raw food home business so this is not for commerical sale use! Please respect that! ;)

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Where is your home business?

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I just made this...only with sarsaparilla herbs, not powder, and with fennel seeds, not powder. My blender isn't the greatest either with pulverizing dates, so I'm straining the whole thing through a nut mylk bag.
...but I must say, it tastes AWESOME!!! Really Like root beer! -minus the fizz, I didn't put any kumbocha as I'm not really a fan.
Thank you :)

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wow I am actually allergic to the real stuff so I am anxious to try this!

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I KNEW I saw the word beer on the page somewhere....hee! This looks wonderful! Thank you for the recipe.

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I haven't been able to find the powder at the HFS -I saw the herbs though. I got mine from Mountain Rose Herbs.

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This sounds amazing! I'll be on the lookout for sasparilla root powder next time I'm at the co-op! Thanks!

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I love that you are working on this! Next step, a raw root beer float! :)

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