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Opening Mature Coconuts

First thing this morning was the mature coconut opening session. We use a cleaver to open the coconuts. You also need a container with a strainer for the coconut water ready. So the first thing you do is poke holes … Continue Reading »

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Cake Anyone?

Well not quite the timing for a birthday cake for me but good to know how to make one… or 5! We did a creamed papaya filling with a coconut crust and coconut icing. It was a very interesting process! … Continue Reading »

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Cauliflower Wonder

This absolutely delicious raw twist on the Persian Jewel Rice is full of flavors! We used saffron, re-hydrated raisins and soaked pistachio with the cauliflower which has been pulsed in the food processor to be reduced to a couscous-like size. … Continue Reading »

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Tamale with Mole sauce

Here it is… Tamale with Mole sauce… in the raw! We had prepared the fresh corn filling the day before. This morning we prepared the rest: sour cream, mole, salsa and guacamole. We also prepared the tamale by filling the … Continue Reading »

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Kathy Moore at 105Degrees Academy

Kathy Moore owns Anichini-Moore Ranch & Farm in NW Oklahoma. Today, she came to visit us at 105Degrees Academy to talk about her passion: organic, sustainable farming. She brought some amazing herbs, fresh vegetables and heirloom purple green beans. She … Continue Reading »

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Blue Corn Tostada in the RAW

Blue Corn Tostada

Here it is… blue corn tostada in the raw. We used three main components to make this dish. The first component is the blue corn tostada made out of a mixture of -blue corn-, red bell pepper, zucchini, flax meal, … Continue Reading »

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Raw Noodles?

Raw noodles do exist! They are made out of kelp and have just 6 calories per serving! I loved it! It is filling and delicious! The noodles are not very flavorful by themselves but take on the flavor of the … Continue Reading »

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Sushi

Sushi takes almost a lifetime to master. I thought it would be simpler but it is not quite that simple. First of all, everything needs to be ready to assemble. It is called “Mise en Place”. Which is a French … Continue Reading »

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