The Original Pizza Recipe was Delicious but Flawed
Pizza is an Italian specialty dish that has spread across the globe in a million variations. In some cases, the only resemblance to the original is its characteristic disk shape. Millions have invented “new” versions of pizza, usually by adding ingredients. Sadly, few have had the courage (or the knowledge) to address the two major problems with the original Neapolitan recipe. Continue reading “Redefining Pizza, from Addictive Drug to Superfood”
Here is an exciting recipe for all pizza-lovers… In the following video, Vana will show you how to make a delicious and beautiful pizza that is also good for you. Vana’s recipe does require a food dehydrator, though. For those that do not have one, I am working on finding an alternative, perhaps using the sun’s infrared rays… stay tuned. Those that do have a dehydrator will love this recipe… (more…)
For the Awesomesauce! Half a Zuccini (more if desired) Less than the quarter cup of Sesame Seeds Juice of 3 Lemons Few Sprigs of Green Onion 1 Bell Pepper (preferably red) Optional: Spicy Pepper Directions: Take your collard leaf and destem the backend (not fully), but just enough to take away the very thick part of the stem as shown in the YouTube video above. Lay out your leaf. Blend the ingredients for the saucy spread! Spread on the AWESOMESAUCE with the ingredients listed above. Spread the Awesomesauce on the back of the leaf. Chop, slice, and dice all other ingredients and layer them on top of the sauce on the leaf. Top with a slice of avocado, sprouts, or more sauce! Fold in the sides and wrap around the ends. Flip over the burrito “baby” and cut it in half with a knife! Allow all the beautiful colors inside to be shown to you…. Take a BIG BITE and savor! This recipe is created for you with love by Kristina Carrillo-Bucaram.
Another classic recipe from Kristina Carrillo-Bucaram: mouth-watering deep dish lasagna that is ultra healthy for you and so delectable that it will easily convince any Italian or any pasta lover that raw food is where it’s at.