Despite the name, there are no apples in this dressing! The miso-tahini idea I got from The Raw Truth by Jeremy A. Safron, but added and subtracted to my taste. He calls for the juice of one lemon instead of the vinegar and for a date for added sweetness. I also added the flax because I have it on hand now. Anyway,...
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mix mix mix. Add water slowly to desired creaminess. I had this on a salad today made of romaine, grated carrots and beets, broccoli, cauliflower, avocado and onion basil bread croutons. Reminds me of a chef salad from the days of yore.

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By DivineMissEm

Despite the name, there are no apples in this dressing! The miso-tahini idea I got from The Raw Truth by Jeremy A. Safron, but added and subtracted to my taste. He calls for the juice of one lemon instead of the vinegar and for a date for added sweetness. I also added the flax because I have it on hand now.

Anyway, it´s creamy and delicious and tangy and lovely on salads, pastas, as a dip or anything really.

His description in the cookbook. ´This dressing….seems to bathe the salad in a divine nectar.´ Can´t get much better than that.

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..'Divine nectar'. What a wonderful description of food at its most essential, and most basic.

A'new' awareness of the alchemical magic of pure food has been one of the greatest revelations for me since going raw, and so thanks divine Miss for both the reminding description, and for the recipe (which I honestly can't imagine right now, but look forward to trying!)

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Funnily enough, my parents just sent me a copy of the nonraw cookbook, Veganomicon, and lo and behold there is a recipe for tahini/miso dressing. So if you see this recipe and think it sounds a little strange, comfort yourself with the knowledge that non rawies eat it too! And try it!!

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Funnily enough, my parents just sent me a copy of the nonraw cookbook, Veganomicon, and lo and behold there is a recipe for tahini/miso dressing. So if you see this recipe and think it sounds a little strange, comfort yourself with the knowledge that non rawies eat it too! And try it!!

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..'Divine nectar'. What a wonderful description of food at its most essential, and most basic.

A'new' awareness of the alchemical magic of pure food has been one of the greatest revelations for me since going raw, and so thanks divine Miss for both the reminding description, and for the recipe (which I honestly can't imagine right now, but look forward to trying!)

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