1 cauliflower (florets chopped)
4-8 teaspoons nutritional yeast
Black pepper (to taste)
1 teaspoon sea salt
3 tablespoons spirulina
2 teaspoons olive oil
1. Put it all in a gallon size zip-lock bag or a reusable Tupperware-type container and shake until your arms hurt.
2. You can make it cheesier by adding more yeast, greener by adding more spirulina, and you can make it sticky by adding raw honey (only do that if you are going to dehydrate).
3. You can eat it as-is (which is what Philip at Lovingraw states he usually does) or you can also dehydrate it overnight and it will shrink up into yummy little crunchy pieces.
Greenghost's ThoughtsBy greenghost
This recipe is not mine. It was created by Philip McCluskey and posted on his Lovingraw website.
If you enjoy cauliflower like me, you have to try it! It's a beautiful and really tasty little snack.
A big thank you to Lovingraw!
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