I finally found a way to enjoy my raw broccoli! Adapted from Gabriel Cousens book Live Food Rainbow Cuisine. Delicious spicy way to serve raw broccoli!

Recipe Directions

1. Put all ingredients in a bowl and mush together with your hands, being sure the broccoli is well covered.

2. Place in dehydrator at 120 degrees for 1 and a half hours. Take out and enjoy!

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By nycgrrl

I finally found a way to enjoy my raw broccoli!

Adapted from Gabriel Cousens book Live Food Rainbow Cuisine.

Delicious spicy way to serve raw broccoli!

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This is really yummy! My only critiques would be:

1) It was a bit heavy for me, so I would cut back on the sauce ingredients or use more broccoli (I think I will try 3 cups of broccoli with the same amount of everything else next time).

2) Generally people say that heating above 115 or 118 degrees F starts killing enzymes, so 120 is a bit high for "raw". I did 115 for about 1 3/4 hours.

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Yum! I also have a hard time finding ways to dress up my broccoli and this dish is seriously delicious. I think next time I may add a little ginger too. Thanks!

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this rocks!!!!

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Yum! I also have a hard time finding ways to dress up my broccoli and this dish is seriously delicious. I think next time I may add a little ginger too. Thanks!

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This is really yummy! My only critiques would be:

1) It was a bit heavy for me, so I would cut back on the sauce ingredients or use more broccoli (I think I will try 3 cups of broccoli with the same amount of everything else next time).

2) Generally people say that heating above 115 or 118 degrees F starts killing enzymes, so 120 is a bit high for "raw". I did 115 for about 1 3/4 hours.

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this rocks!!!!

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Awesome! I adore broccoli and still dream of chinese schezuan broccoli, and didn't know if I'd ever find a way to mimic it, raw. I will try this ASAP. Thanks for the post!

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