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Raw - Noodles with Alfredo Sauce 

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Description:

Kelp Noodles are a sea vegetable in the form of an easy to eat raw noodle. Made of only kelp (a sea vegetable), sodium alginate (sodium salt extracted from a brown seaweed), and water, Kelp Noodles are fat-free, gluten-free, and very low in carbohydrates and calories. Their noodle form and neutral taste allow for a variety of uses including salads, stir-fries, hot broths, and casseroles, while their healthful content provides a rich source of trace minerals including iodine, which kelp is well known for. Their unique texture completes the package, making Kelp Noodles a one-of-a-kind healthful and tasty alternative to pasta and rice noodles. Best of all, no cooking is required. Just rinse and add the noodles to any dish and they are ready to eat!





Ingredients:
- 1 pack Kelp Noodles
- 3/4 cup cashews, soaked and drained
- ¼ cup water
- 1/2 teaspoon sea salt (or to taste)
- 1 teaspoon paprika
- Dash of cayenne
- Juice of 1/2 lemon
- ½ cup fresh basil, chopped (or dill or other spice of your choice)
- Lettuce (leaves or shredded)


Directions:
Rinse noodles well with warm water, and then let them sit in warm water while you make the sauce. Blend all the ingredients except the basil. Once the sauce is blended add the basil and pulse for 30 seconds. Strain the noodles and place them in a bowl. Add cashew sauce and mix them together.
Place on a plate of lettuce. Yum!



Servings: 2 people or 1 very hungry person


Notes: When you are eating raw food it is important to be mindful. Set the table, put a nice placemat down or a table cloth, add a candle or two, express gratitude for your abundance and chew slowly. If you are alone, take the time for reflection – don’t read a book or watch T.V. If you with others ensure that the conversation is pleasant and uplifting.


Special Diet: Vegetarian, Low Fat


Category: Raw Foods

Submitted By: Sandra Butler



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