When I got home from Dallas, we had a wonderful three-day meeting at our church, but as soon as it was over I started to fast to let my body recover. I had a head-ache when Dr. Fielder was here in May. He told me it was time to fast....but I had no time. This was the first time I had a block of time sufficient to see it through. On Monday, I went on watermelon only for two days. The reason for this was so I could go to my flute lesson and Flute Ensemble rehearsal on Tuesday. Once I go on water only I'm not able to do much of anything. Starting on Wednesday, I fasted on water only for six days under the supervision of Dr. John Fielder. I should have fasted longer, but ....no more time. I broke the fast yesterday with orange juice. It was delicious. Dr. Fielder gave me a pep talk on how important it is to avoid restaurants. There is always a price to pay. I do know that, but traveling with other people makes it more difficult...at least for me.
|This is the first meal...the one to break the fast.|
Our raw food group had a good meeting in July. The people that come are always so interesting and nice. Just a fabulous group.
|Here I am making lasagna for the raw food group.|
|Raw Food Lasagna|
|Travis made green smoothies for the raw food group.|
|Feasting on raw foods. Great group.|
2 zucchini, sliced thin with a vegetable parer
4 large tomatoes, sliced.
2 cucumbers, sliced thin with a vegetable parer.
1 small onion, sliced thin.
4 tbsp. olive oil.
Season with chopped basil, oregano, and sea salt.
1 cup cashews or pine nuts, soaked for an hour or so
2 Tbsp lemon juice
2 tsp nutritional yeast
1/2 - 1 tsp sea salt
Add water as needed to get the consistency you want. Blend all in the blender.
1. Make the nut cheese.
2. Assemble the sliced ingredients.
3. Layer the sliced ingredients with dollops of the nut cheese.
4. Season with the herbs and salt.
5. Drizzle with the oil.
It was a big hit. I plan to make it again. Maybe I'll try leaving out the salt next time.
To health and happiness.
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