Recipe for Raw Vegan Ceasar Salad-It tastes just like the real thing, perhaps better!

Recipe Directions

Place hemp oil, Garlic, Almonds and lemon juice in blender or food processor, Add water as needed until it has the consistancy of salad dressing, add kelp powder and sea salt a little at a time until it suits your liking. Toss with romaine lettuce and serve! Easy, fast and delish!

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Recipe for Raw Vegan Ceasar Salad-It tastes just like the real thing, perhaps better!

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Wisdom Moon's Review

Whoa, Easy Ceasar Salad
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I just made it, but with cashews - so creamy and good! Thanks for an awesome recipe.

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I just made it and used cashews - so creamy and good! Thanks for an awesome recipe.

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driftlessfoodie's Review

Whoa, Easy Ceasar Salad
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I made this to take camping last night. I had olive oil and macadamia nuts instead of hemp oil and almonds. I also added a tablespoon or so of nutritional yeast. It was AWESOME!

I'm a week into being 100% raw...having been an organic omnivore before. This recipe really helped me not feel deprived about not eating all the grilled foods I normally would. Several other people tried it and couldn't tell that it wasn't "real" caesar dressing!

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Made it again! this time I added dill and curry and tossed it with thinly sliced Kirby's and radishes. OMG. you gotta try it!

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NICE!!! I LOVE IT. I didn't even have all the ingredients and it was yummmee.

I don't eat nuts so i used soaked sunflower seeds. didn't have hemp oil- so i used almond oil, and didn't have kelp powder-- and it still came out Mmm Mmm Good. Thanks for sharing .

-kola

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noellchristine's Review

Whoa, Easy Ceasar Salad
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I made this today. SO good.

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What about sunflower seeds? I use them alot to add creaminess. I also use sesame seeds, but they have a stronger flavor.

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What about cashews? Aren't they NOT considered a tree nut? Maybe pine nuts would work, they are actually a seed.

Or how about just not using nuts and increasing the oil or using a combination of hemp oil and olive oil.

Just some random thoughts that popped into my head when I read your post.

Shari

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my boyfriend is allergic to tree nuts. Is there a substitute for the almonds?

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