The Perfect Chocolate Bar. Bet the title got your attention, eh?
It got mine too! ;-) I didn't get a chance to play with chocolate at Easter (unlike last year's Choc-A-Fest), but I sure am making up for it now! During the week, rawererin shared on Raw Freedom Community what she thought might very well be "the perfect chocolate bar". Didn't take much convincing for me to go ahead and see for myself. The Perfect Chocolate Bar Posted by rawererin on Raw Freedom Community OMG - it is so good! The recipe is really simple, and I'm not to sure I was even that creative with it... here you go though... 1/2 C Coconut oil 1/2 C Cacao powder 1/2 C Maple syrup (the more I use this the more I have found that it really compliments chocolate so well!)
Blend liquid ingredients until super smooth. Transfer mixture to separate bowl and stir in chopped almonds. Spread on a plastic wrap lined plate or dish and place in freezer to cool. Carmella's Notes: ~ I used less maple syrup as I prefer it not too sweet. For The Love of Chocolate. Ahhhhhhh Raw Cacao!
Gosh, it's hard to believe it's only been a little over a year since I've rediscovered chocolate. As I was mentioning in my All Things Chocolate post, Don and I hadn't had chocolate for many years when we heard the good news, that raw cacao is in fact a superfood, unlike it's infamous cooked cousin. Who would have thunk it, eh? Since then, I've been playing with raw cacao in its different forms - powder, beans, nibs, butter and paste - taking raw desserts to a whole new level. Bliss by the mouthful! The one area I had yet to experiment with in earnest was chocolate candy. Chocol-Art Maitres chocolatiers around the world will agree that making chocolate is a skillful art. One of the questions that immediately springs to mind in regards to making raw chocolate is: "How does one get the finished result to harden?
" The Ingredients Before I get into all the scrumptious confections I've been making, let's have a quick look at the ingredients that go into chocolate candy: Sprouting Instructions and Sprouting Chart - The Easy Way. Easy Sprouting Instructions and Chart 1.
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They are tasty, easily support the addition of many herbs and spices, and will impress your raw and non-raw friends a like! There are a couple of different ways to make nut cheeses. Macadamia Nut Cheese made with probiotics. (From the Rawmazing Holiday Book) Probiotics: Probably the easiest, but most expensive way to make the “cheese” is to use probiotics. Cashew Cheese made with Rejuvelac (recipe here: Cheese) Rejuvelac: Raw Cheeses made with rejuvilac also have great taste and texture but can be a little more temperamental. Simple Almond Cheese (recipe follows) Simple Cheese: Simple cheese spreads and simple cheeses can be made with just nuts and no fermentation process. In Italy Online - My Favorite Pesto Sauce. My Favorite Pesto Sauce [Regions of Italy] [Back to Liguria] For centuries Ligurian sailors plied the seas as part of the spice trade, bringing to Europe the exotic products of the Far East and Africa.
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