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Raw Bacon Recipe - what happened to it?


I'm looking for the raw bacon recipe using young coconut meat, it's not there anymore, what happened to it...? I remember the recipe calls for braggs amino acid and olive oil to marinate prior to dehydrating...? If anyone out there know the recipe, I'd appreciate it!

Thanks! =D


  • powerliferpowerlifer Raw Newbie
    edited July 11

    id be interested in such recipe also if anyone can find it.


  • Here's a link for Raw Coconut Bacon! I found this on Youtube. Haven't tried it yet but looks good! The recipe is written under the video-

    You could add smoke flavor too to make it more authentic :-)

  • suekosueko Raw Superstar

    I'm looking for the raw bacon recipe that uses eggplant. Anyone remember that?

  • ClaireTClaireT Raw Master

    Here is one. I haven't tried it. http://www.eatingvibrantly.com/raw-eggplant-bacon/

    It uses agave. You might be right about something sweet being added to nearly every raw recipe. 

  • Raw ChickRaw Chick Raw Newbie
    Can someone type out the recipe for the egg plant bacon as there's nothing written below!
  • TammiTrueTammiTrue Raw Superstar


    Raw Chick said:
    Can someone type out the recipe for the egg plant bacon as there's nothing written below!

     I see it. Do you hve java enabled?

    1 large eggplant (aubergine), thinly sliced (lengthways)
    1½ tbsp (30ml) tamari
    1½ tbsp (30ml) maple syrup or agave nectar
    1½ tbsp (30ml) apple cider vinegar
    1½ tbsp (30ml) olive oil
    1 tsp Botanical Cuisine's mushroom & pepperberry sauce
    ¼ tsp paprika
    ⅛ tsp chilli powder
    pinch black pepper
    Slice the eggplant thinly lengthways, using a mandolin or a sharp knife.
    Mix remaining ingredients in a bowl, and add eggplant slices one a time, making sure to coat each slice thoroughly.
    Leave to marinate in the fridge for 1-2 hours.
    Spread eggplant slices on a dehydrator tray and dry for 12+ hours until crispy."


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