Yield2 to 3
1 Large Daikon
1 Young Thai Coconut, you can use dried shredded coconut instead or add it for more flavor
1 Green Apple
Sea Salt (Optional)
Black Sesame Seeds (Optional for garnish)
Golden Flax Seeds (Optional for garnish)
1 Red Onion
1 Small Ginger
I chopped by hand the Daikon and Young Thai Coconut Meat by hand using a ceramic knife in order to keep it fresher longer, pure, and to keep metal out of my food. Then I hand chopped the other ingredients or peeled and also just used my hands to put it all together in a large bowl.
But you will want to chop the daikon first, then the coconut then hand mix these together and put into the bowl. Then peel and chop the orange, mango, avocado, (you can add some green apples for more flavor and color). Zest the orange with your knife, hand pick the dill/mint/parsley. Chop the ginger and sprinkle on top. Squeeze some lime juice to add flavor, sea salt, your favorite spices or sauces to add more flavor to this colorful exotic refreshing side dish. For more coconut flavor add dried shredded coconut or more fresh coconut than daikon. You can also make a "teriyaki sauce" by blending or hand mixing dates with agave and drizzle on top. Enjoy!
I will from time to time pop back and share some totally new fun Raw Organic Recipes I invented and I hope you enjoy them too!
Raw hugs and wishing you the best in health, love, joy, peace and spirit forever and RAWays,
Rawbryan's ThoughtsBy rawbryan
This is a new fun Summer sort of side dish. It is Asian and exotic and takes some time to prepare but is worth it. Often times many of the "rice" raw dishes a food processor and S Blade is suggested but you are getting more metal and metal ions into your food each time you do this! What to do? Well I used my ceramic knife to hand chop the Daikon and Coconut because knives will not impart anything into the food, ceramic will not react and won't give off metal and won't give off any metal ions or "nickel" into your food like metal or stainless steel knives! Using knives also keeps your food fresher longer and you can see in the photo that the daikon, avocado and other ingredients have not wilted or oxidized and they stay this fresh for a very long time had I used a metal or stainless steel knife they would have started to brown already. This is more of a side dish and is very colorful, festive, it looks and tastes very fancy but is very easy to make. I suggest adding lime juice, sea salt, or other spices to liven it up because it can be bland although very delicious and refreshing.
Like all of my recipes, this one does not have cashews or nama soyu and no dehydrating.
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