Made with a base of sprouted sunflower seeds.
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Put everything into the blender, blend until it is lovely creamy.

The juice of the lemon and tomato are usually enough, I do not add any water and it comes out very nice and smooth.

I like to put some maca or suma, sometimes. I eat it on salads, finely choped or grated carrots, parsnips, cauliflower and with spinach etc… hmm… Enjoy!

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Made with a base of sprouted sunflower seeds.

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what do you usually eat it on?

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I'd say it goes especially well with simple salads of greens, strong greens like kale and peppery watercress because the sauce itself is a bit strong too, but in this case does not overpower the taste of the salad... :)

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just what I was looking for. I oversprouted sunflower seeds and now they are green and have roots. You think they will be OK for this recipe?

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just what I was looking for. I oversprouted sunflower seeds and now they are green and have roots. You think they will be OK for this recipe?

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I'd say it goes especially well with simple salads of greens, strong greens like kale and peppery watercress because the sauce itself is a bit strong too, but in this case does not overpower the taste of the salad... :)

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what do you usually eat it on?

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