this is the most heavenly dip. my mom is absolutely adorable and has taken up raw food preparation, even though she makes it for me and not herself. an amazing cooked chef, she is really inspired by the beautiful preparation and creative landscaping of fresh unadulterated produce (and happy to be able to make...

Recipe Directions

whir in “magic bullet” or other food processor until very creamy. add a little water if things aren’t whirring well.

get out the celery, carrot, and beet sticks and dip, OR spread in a lettuce leaf for a sweet holiday wrap.

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By pianissima

this is the most heavenly dip. my mom is absolutely adorable and has taken up raw food preparation, even though she makes it for me and not herself. an amazing cooked chef, she is really inspired by the beautiful preparation and creative landscaping of fresh unadulterated produce (and happy to be able to make something i’ll eat and enjoy)!

what’s so interesting about this dip is that you get that great flavor when of the WHOLE pumpkin seeds, without having to chew for days…

The recipe title -  aka "don't throw out your seeds after cutting through a pumpkin"!

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I don't see what makes it sweet. AlsoDo you use the pumpkin seed still in its white shell?

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the red pepper makes it sweet, as does the shell of the pumpkin seeds. yes, you use the shell.

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I don't have a dehydrator(yet), could I put them in a small toaster oven on low and dry them out that way for a little bit?

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I don't have a dehydrator(yet), could I put them in a small toaster oven on low and dry them out that way for a little bit?

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the red pepper makes it sweet, as does the shell of the pumpkin seeds. yes, you use the shell.

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I don't see what makes it sweet. AlsoDo you use the pumpkin seed still in its white shell?

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