Recipe Directions

Cream brazil nuts in food processor until they are nearly butter. Add pepitas, honey, and some of the coconut milk and blend until the mixture has the consistency of oatmeal. Be sure to add the milk in slowly, as too much can make the kasha too wet.

For a slightly sweeter and much mushier kasha, mix in bananas as well.

Put the kasha in a bowl and mix in flax seeds (or any granola-esque stuff) and raisins to taste.

Tastes great along with your favourite cheese substitute.

Tusik's Thoughts

By tusik

This very loosely resembles a staple Russian breakfast food, grechnevaya kasha (boiled buckwheat, usually made with milk and honey). It’s probably more like oatmeal.

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I'm a big fan of raw goat milk, which I get frozen in awkward large ziploc bags from farms I know. But yeah, more a fan of the coconut/nut variety. :) Helps that I don't digest cow products well...

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Please read link here regarding the truth about dairy. Just a thought...Real cheese has no place in a compassionate, healthy person's lifestyle. Milk from cows is really and truly only meant for their calves. That pus taste you find in dairy is the result of painful infection in dairy cows with mastitis (infected udders), and it's in your milk, too. Another reason why raw is so wonderful! Here's the link-

http://www.goveg.com/factoryFarming_cows_dairy.asp

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She used coconut milk, not milk milk :). This recipe sounds yums! Esp since I loved kasha.

Btw, It's pricey and hard to find, but there are some organic farmers that make safe raw organic milk/cheese from their cows (who are loved and treated like family/pets on their farms). Just to let you know. Real milk in its raw form contains a ton of beneficial enzymes, vitamins, minerals, protein, etc. But yeah, commercial milk is pretty gross :P. Go coconut milk!

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Made this for lunch (cause I skipped breakfast). I used sunflower seeds instead and it was amazing. I think I put too much honey because it was extra sweet. I'm looking forward to making this part of my regular breakfast collection.

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looks like russian kasha, though they probaly never heard of brazilian nut

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I made this the other day, and wow, this is great! I used raw pumpkin seeds and added less than a smidgen of Himalayan Crystal Salt to substitute for the pepitas, reduced the sweetener (agave) to about 1/2 T, and I used 1/2 T of Artisana Coconut Butter instead of coconut milk. It turned out so well, I'm going to have to make it again. This will one of my favorite breakfast recipes. Thanks so much!

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I made this the other day, and wow, this is great! I used raw pumpkin seeds and added less than a smidgen of Himalayan Crystal Salt to substitute for the pepitas, reduced the sweetener (agave) to about 1/2 T, and I used 1/2 T of Artisana Coconut Butter instead of coconut milk. It turned out so well, I'm going to have to make it again. This will one of my favorite breakfast recipes. Thanks so much!

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I made this the other day, and wow, this is great! I used raw pumpkin seeds and added less than a smidgen of Himalayan Crystal Salt to substitute for the pepitas, reduced the sweetener (agave) to about 1 t, and I used 1/2 T of Artisana Coconut Butter instead of coconut milk. It turned out so well, I'm going to have to make it again. This will one of my favorite breakfast recipes. Thanks so much!

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I'm a big fan of raw goat milk, which I get frozen in awkward large ziploc bags from farms I know. But yeah, more a fan of the coconut/nut variety. :) Helps that I don't digest cow products well...

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She used coconut milk, not milk milk :). This recipe sounds yums! Esp since I loved kasha.

Btw, It's pricey and hard to find, but there are some organic farmers that make safe raw organic milk/cheese from their cows (who are loved and treated like family/pets on their farms). Just to let you know. Real milk in its raw form contains a ton of beneficial enzymes, vitamins, minerals, protein, etc. But yeah, commercial milk is pretty gross :P. Go coconut milk!

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Please read link here regarding the truth about dairy. Just a thought...Real cheese has no place in a compassionate, healthy person's lifestyle. Milk from cows is really and truly only meant for their calves. That pus taste you find in dairy is the result of painful infection in dairy cows with mastitis (infected udders), and it's in your milk, too. Another reason why raw is so wonderful! Here's the link-

http://www.goveg.com/factoryFarming_cows_dairy.asp

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