Dr. Bobby’s Rockin Raw Vegan Pizza

This is my favorite raw vegan pizza recipe. I have simpler pizza recipes, but this one is guaranteed to rock your world. Worth the time and effort. Make extras and freeze them. Blessings, Bobby


PIZZA – Recipe includes crust, sauce’s , cheeses, toppings and 

EQUIPMENT NEEDED: food processor
RAW LIVING CRUST:
[You can have this ready up to 3 days before use. Crust will last for four weeks.)
ORGANIC INGREDIENTS
1 ½ cups sprouted buckwheat groats 
(soaked for 20 minutes)
2/3 cup carrot pulp 
2/3 cup soaked flax seeds 
¼ cup olive oil 
¼ cup water or Rejuvelac 
DIRECTIONS:
1. In a blender, combine groats, olive oil, carrot pulp, flax seeds and water or Rejuvelac. 
2. Blend using a spoon or rubber scraper to mix occasionally.
3. On a dehydrator tray covered with Teflex or parchment paper spread mixture out. 
4. Use wet hands to spread the mixture evenly.
5. Dehydrate the crust at full heat for 1 hour, then 
6. Decrease to 110 degrees for 7- 8 hours.
7. Transfer crust to a mesh dehydrator tray 
8. Dry for 10 -12 hours checking occasionally to see if it is fully dry.

ITALIAN HERB – MOZZARELLA CHEESE
[Can make up to two days before use]
ORGANIC INGREDIENTS:
10 Macadamia nuts
½ cup sprouted sunflower seeds
½ teaspoon dill seeds
1 teaspoon sea salt
1 clove of garlic
½ lemon, juice of (or raw apple cider vinegar)
¼ cup of Rejuvelac

Preparation
1. Soak Macadamia nuts overnight
2. Soak ½ cup of Sunflower seeds for 6 hours, sprout them for 24 hours
3. Blend all ingredients adding Rejuvelac to get the desired consistency
4. Place in a cheesecloth or a sprout bag for 24 hours to age. Then refrigerate. 

RAW LIVING PIZZA SAUCE 
4 tomatoes 
¼ cup of alfalfa sprouts
1 teaspoon minced garlic
4 dates or 2 T of raw agave
¾ teaspoon onion powder
¼ teaspoon dried oregano
¼ teaspoon dried marjoram
¼ teaspoon dried basil
¼ teaspoon ground black pepper
1/8 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1/8 teaspoon dried red pepper flakes
Sea salt to taste
1 cup of warm water or Rejuvelac (110 -115 degrees)

Preparation 
Blend and let sit for 30 minutes before putting sauce on the pizza. 
Make sure you put cheese on first. 

VEGETABLE TOPPINGS: dice or slice; and sprinkle on
Alfalfa sprouts
Dehydrated arroz con frito (seasoned cauliflower)
Fresh basil
Fresh & dehydrated bell peppers: red or yellow
Jalapeño peppers
Mushrooms 
Olives 
Pineapple
Spinach leaves
Fresh & smoked sundried-tomatoes, pounded thin (pepperoni) 
Fresh & dehydrated red onions 
Dehydrated zucchini
Jalapeño peppers
Mushrooms 
Olives 
Pineapple
Spinach leaves
Fresh & smoked sundried-tomatoes, pounded thin (pepperoni) 
Fresh & dehydrated red onions 
Dehydrated zucchini

ITALIAN HERB – MOZZARELLA CHEESE©
Creative Health Institute, December 2009
Serves Six
PRIOR PLANNING:
Make rejuvelac ahead so it will be ready to use.
Cheese recipe takes two days to ferment before serving.

EQUIPMENT NEEDED: cheese cloth, food processor
ORGANIC INGREDIENTS:
10 Macadamia nuts, soaked
1/2 cup sprouted sunflower seeds, hulled
½ teaspoon dill seeds
½ teaspoon sea salt
1 clove garlic
¼ cup lemon juice. (use raw apple cider vinegar, if preferred)
¼ cup of Rejuvelac

DIRECTIONS:
1. Soak Macadamia nuts overnight;
2. Soak ½ cup of Sunflower seeds for 6 hours, sprout them for 24 hours;
3. Blend all ingredients, adding Rejuvelac to get desired creamy consistency;
4. Strain through a cheese cloth, and drain. 
5. Place in a cheese cloth or a sprout bag for 24-48 hours to ferment; drain periodically.
6. Then refrigerate or serve.

BASIC PESTO SAUCE
Creative Health Institute

EQUIPMENT NEEDED: blender

ORGANIC INGREDIENTS
1 ¼ cups cashews, soaked overnight (at least 4-6 hours)
¼ cup alfalfa sprouts
2 cloves garlic
2 tablespoons pine nuts
1 ½ tablespoons lemon juice
1 ½ cups basil
Mix all in a food processor or blender and add water or rejuvelac – just enough to make the desired consistency

DIRECTIONS:
1. Blend all marinade ingredients together in blender;
2. Pour over mushrooms and marinate for approximately 10 minutes or more;
3. While marinating, make pesto;
4. Fill each mushroom with pesto. 
5. Put in dehydrator at 105° till dinner-time.

Take out, serve, and enjoy warm! Love and blessings, Bobby

Being Vegetarian Compared to Raw Foodist

Is there a difference between vegetarian and raw food diets? A raw foodist is a vegetarian, but one who generally is not going to cook his vegetables or fruits. A vegetarian is someone who simply doesn’t eat meat, fish or poultry, but only consumes vegetables, pasta, and rice. A vegetarian might eat meatless spaghetti sauce or order onion rings in a restaurant. (Not the healthiest choice, but sometimes it’s hard to find something to eat in a restaurant if you’re vegetarian – even harder if you’re a raw foodist.)

RELATED: What Does It Mean To Eat Raw Foods?

There are different categories of vegetarians, like vegans, or fruitarians, and raw foodist is a category of vegetarianism. We haven’t seen anything about sushi being considered a raw food, but it is. Raw food, though, generally means eating raw, uncooked fruits, vegetables, dried fruits, seaweeds, etc.

But to be a raw food purist means raw broccoli, not steamed. To a vegetarian, someone committed to not eat meat or fish or animal products, steamed vegetables are just as good, although everyone would agree that steaming can take out nutrients from foods, rendering them less nutritious. A vegetarian might consume dairy or egg products; however a vegan will not consume any animal products at all. And a raw foodist is a vegan who consumes only uncooked, unprocessed raw foods.

Proponents of the raw diet believe that enzymes are the life force of a food and that every food contains its own perfect mix. These enzymes help us digest foods completely, without relying on our body to produce its own cocktail of digestive enzymes.

It is also thought that the cooking process destroys vitamins and minerals and that cooked foods not only take longer to digest, but they also allow partially digested fats, proteins and carbohydrates to clog up our gut and arteries.

Followers of a raw diet cite numerous health benefits, including:

  • increased energy levels
  • improved appearance of skin
  • improved digestion
  • weight loss
  • reduced risk of heart disease

FOR MORE INFORMATION DOWNLOAD THE EBOOK: Raw Foods Diet

Thank you to Healthy News Articles for posting this article. The above link is my way of saying thank you to you and our readers. Blessings, Dr. Bobby.

Bobby’s Living Food Vegan Almond Joy’s Recipe

These simple, fast to make raw living food treats will satisfy your cravings for Chocolate and Coconut.

EQUIPMENT NEEDED: Food processor & Blender

INGREDIENTS: PART 1

  • 3 cups raw shredded unsweetened coconut
  • 4 Medjool dates pitted (you may add more for a sweeter taste)
  • 1/8 cup alfalfa sprouts – Optional – This makes sure you have a live food desert.
  • ½ cup coconut nectar (you may use less)
  • 1 tablespoon non-alcoholic, pure vanilla extract

INGREDIENTS PART 2 – Prepare in a separate bowl

  • 1/2 cup raw cacao butter – be sure to grate
  • 1/2 cup raw cacao powder – be sure to sift
  • 1/3 cup sweetener; coconut nectar or yacon
  • 1/4 tsp lecithin
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla extract

DIRECTIONS:

  • PART 1 – Blend all ingredients from part 1, in the food processor until well mixed.

Use a cookie scooper to make tablespoon sized elongated balls, or roll them by hand. Best to do this on your dehydrator tray. Don’t forget to put two almonds on each one, You want them to look like Almond Joys. Dehydrate at 105° for 2 – 3 hours. We need the coconut to become firm.

  • PART 2 – Blend all ingredients in a high-speed blender till smooth.

Dip the Almond Joys in the chocolate and place on a teflex sheet or wax paper and place in the fridge for at least an hour. Bring them out and enjoy eating a healthy snack. Remember these are snacks, not your main meal.

Enjoy and be Blessed , Bobby.

Raw Food and Skin Health

Your skin is a mirror of what’s going on in the rest of your body. And when your organs and blood are fed the nutrition they need to function properly, that shows in your skin.

What’s the largest organ in your body? It’s your skin! It provides a protective covering for the other organs of the body. It changes to regulate your internal body temperature. And it’s a good indicator of overall health and well-being.

People spend thousands of dollars on skin preparations  to make your skin look vibrant and glowing. They’re all topical products – products that we put on top of our skin. But if we spent just a fraction of the money we spend on these preparations on RAW FOODS, we’d begin to see an immediate change in the texture of our skin.

When you eat raw foods, you put more of the essential vitamins and amino acids your body needs into it. You’re also adding moisture – naturally. Raw foods have a much higher moisture content than cooked foods, simply because the cooking process takes out so much essential moisture.

Your skin is a mirror of what’s going on in the rest of your body. And when your organs and blood are fed the nutrition they need to function properly, that shows in your skin. Get your vitamins and moisture from foods like apples and carrots. When you do, then phrases like “inner beauty” and “inner glow” will be applied to YOU. Your skin is what’s presented to the rest of the world and healthy, glowing skin makes the best first impression.

When you start adding raw foods to your diet, things will just naturally fall into place. You’ll feel better. You’ll look better. People will react to you more positively. You’ll have so much more energy for your work, your friends, and your family. And this kind of energy is a self-perpetuating thing. You don’t need self-help books and expensive moisturizers and plastic surgery. When your body and skin are getting their essential nutrition with raw, uncooked foods, you’ll look and feel your best, NATURALLY!

Thank you healthy News Articles.

Blessings, Bobby

Be The Reason Someone Believes In The Goodness Of People. Now Show Someone You Love Them. Brownies Anyone?

Nothing like raw vegan brownies to put smiles on our faces and bring us together.

The Most Delicious Raw Vegan Brownies You Have Ever Eaten!

Paige Brummett, the creator of this fantastic brownie recipe, interned at CHI while I was Director and showed us her extraordinary talent for developing allergen- and agave-free desserts. We love you, Paige!!! :-).

Equipment you will need:
Food Processor
High-Speed Blender or Coffee Grinder
Optional: Dehydrator

Ingredients:
2 cups Coconut water
20 Dates
1 Tbsp Vanilla powder
3/4 cup Cacao Powder
3/4 cup Carob Powder
1/2 cup melted Coconut Oil (melt in a dehydrator or put the jar in hot water)
1/2 cup melted Cacao Butter (same as above)
2 cups Ground Golden Flax (Grind whole flax seed in a high-speed blender or coffee grinder)

Directions:

  1. Blend all ingredients (except for golden flax) in a food processor until creamy.
  2. Combine all ingredients together in a big bowl and mix until a dough-like consistency.
  3. Spread batter into a baking dish and dehydrate or refrigerate for 2 hours.
  4. ENJOY every bite of pure love!

God bless and empower each of you with health, love, and peace. Bobby

Foods That Help To Control Blood Sugar

Eating the right foods can help manage blood sugar fluxuations.

Leafy Green Vegetables Are Nutritional Powerhouses

Raw or cooked leafy green vegetables are storehouses of vital minerals, vitamins, antioxidants, and enzymes. They add color, flavor, and texture to any meal. Make your Greens go beyond the norm. Make smoothies with greens as the base. Make your salads your meal. Try the following:
Kale -It’s rich in antioxidants minerals and vitamins. Vitamins A, C, and K are found in abundance. Don’t forget to pound the kale to soften it if you are eating it raw. See kale chips for a fun way of eating kale.
Microgreens – These small and delicious green are usually immature sunflower greens, but can be grown from almost any of the greens when picked immature. Dr. Ann Wigmore made the famous. Microgreens are packed with nutrients, especially vitamins C, E, and K, and the best thing is you can grow these indoors years around.
Collard Greens – Are one green that is best tasting and easily digested when you cook them and add a little apple cider vinegar on them to enhance their flavor. Their leaves are thick and somewhat bitter, so if you use them raw in salads or smoothies, use them sparingly. They’re one of the plant worlds best sources of vitamin K.
Spinach – Just one cup of raw spinach provides 181% of the DV for vitamin K, 56% of the DV for vitamin A and 13% of the DV for manganese. Goes great in smoothies and salads and taste wonderful cooked alone or incorporated into 100’s of other cooked foods.
Beet Greens – Great when chopped into salads, put in smoothies or juiced. – They are full of minerals like potassium, calcium, riboflavin. Like most greens vitamins A and K are prevalent. One cup of cooked beet greens contains 220% of the DV for vitamin A, 37% of the DV for potassium and 17% of the DV for fiber. When eaten raw in a salad or smoothie, you get the benefit of the life food enzymes.
Romaine – It’s a good source of vitamins A 82% DV and K 60% DV. Romaine works excellent as a basis for salads as well as an addition to smoothies. It’s also one of the best sources of dietary nitrates, that turn into nitric oxide.
Arugula – Like all green leafy vegetables Arugula is rich in vitamins A and K. B9, and has one of the highest levels naturally occurring nitrates, which may help reduce blood pressure, improve blood sugar and blood flow.
Turnip Greens – Filled with nutrients they are more nutritious than the turnip itself. The greens are exploding with calcium, manganese, folate and vitamins A, C, and K. Great in small amounts in smoothies and salads. They are most delicious when cooked.
Tomorrow I will teach you about the fruits and berries you can eat once you have your blood sugar normalize.
Wishing you the best day ever! Bobby

Rejuvelac The Fermented Probiotic Power Drink

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Rejuvelac is a slightly fermented wheat berry drink that is one of the most important items in the living foods lifestyle. Rejuvelac plays a vital role in restoring health. Rejuvelac contains all the nutritional nourishment of wheat and is more easily digested. It contains the friendly bacteria that are necessary for a healthy colon and to remove toxins.

Rejuvelac continues to be a mainstay in the Living Foods Community. Thousands of raw and living food vegans drink it everyday.
Rejuvelac continues to be a mainstay in the Living Foods Community. Thousands of raw and living food vegans drink it every day.