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    This recipe is great for those who can't eat chocolate (or cocoa) and those who like carob! No need to add sugar - carob is naturally sweet. If you want to be creative you could create carob "chocolates", dip strawberries, make edible lace, or paint the mixture into plastic moulds to make easter eggs. The catch? Once set you'll have to eat this carob quickly - coconut oil melts at warmer temperatures (mine was liquid during the steamy Sydney summer). This recipe works best if your coconut oil is firm (not liquefied) when stored at room temperature. Once set, keep your carob "chocolate" creation in the fridge until it's ready to be consumed. From the sister-team at sketch-free vegan eating (http://sketch-freeveganeating.blogspot.com).

    Recipe #455671

    I was surprised to see so many "crock pot" recipes out there that call for soup mixes and other processed ingredients. What ever happened to a good old fashioned slow cooked roast!? Here's my contribution. Onions are essential as they basically create a stock/gravy which is used to flavour the meat and the liquid can be reduced to create a delicious jus or gravy to serve over the meat.

    Recipe #435201

    Modified recipe from the Whole Life Nutrition Kitchen http://www.nourishingmeals.com. The original recipe called for 1-2 small avocados, 1-3 tbsp of fresh lemon juice and extra virgin olive oil, 1-2 tbsp water and a pinch of sea salt. Once you have blended avocado, add other ingredients in small increments and mix to taste.

    Recipe #434881

    Australian Good Taste magazine. A simple, low-carb side dish. I haven't tried this yet but it sounds like an interesting way to serve cauliflower. Good for tahini lovers!

    Recipe #429235


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