thefoodarchivist:

Salmon, day-fresh egg, squash/sweet potato, ratatouille and steamed broccoli

thefoodarchivist:

Salmon, day-fresh egg, squash/sweet potato, ratatouille and steamed broccoli

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angeli-thefoodlaboratory:

Hello everyone! I’m back with a vegan cookie recipe that I made for Tribest. Usually when I make these, I just eat them after I roll them up into balls, but this time, I experimented and tried to dehydrate them. They turned out pretty well! I left them in the dehydrator from 5pm - 9am, and the consistency of them was similar to soft baked cookies when I took them out. It was really good haha. I rate it 9.5/10.

Look out for a video of this coming up soon!

In the mean time, here’s the recipe in text form:

Banana Nut Bites: A Delicious and Simple Organic Raw Cookie Recipe

Ingredients:

Organic Trail Mix of your Choice (a Mix of Dried Fruits and Nuts)

Organic Dried Pitted Dates

Organic Banana (Sliced)

Directions: 

Mince the ingredients together with the Slowstar 2-in-1 Juicer and Mincer by placing a piece of date and a slice of banana for every handful of trail mix. Then, mix the raw cookie dough and roll them up into balls. Arrange the balls on the Sedona Combo trays and flatten them with a wooden spatula or spoon. With the Sedona Combo Raw Food Dehydrator, set the Fast Mode temperature to 155 degrees for 2 hours, and then set the Raw Mode temperature to 118 degrees and the timer to Continuous (for continuous operation). Leave the cookies in the dehydrator for 5-12 hours or more. The longer you leave the cookies, the less moisture it is going to have (for softer cookies, leave them in the dehydrator for less time, and for a more solid consistency, leave them in to dehydrate for longer. Over-dehydrating food is better than under-dehydrating when trying to preserve them. The drier they are, the longer they will last).

Serve and enjoy!

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Here’s more information on the benefits of dehydrating foods:

(http://www.livestrong.com/article/254798-health-benefits-of-a-food-dehydrator/)

(https://archive.org/details/dehydratingfood00andrgoog)

Here are the links to the products I used:

Tribest Slowstar 2-in-1 Vertical Slow Juicer and Mincer

Tribest Sedona Combo Raw Food Dehydrator

Also, if you guys have any smoothie or dehydrator recipes you want me to do, just message me the recipe and if I like it, I’ll make a post/video of it and credit you! I’ve been wanting to experiment with different ingredients, which is why I renamed my Tumblr Angeli’s Food Laboratory haha. Feel free to make up your own recipe for me to try!

Anyway, thanks for all your support! Oh also, if you guys have any health tips, please share them with me and I’ll make a post about them! Let’s work on staying healthy together :)

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goodhealthgoodvibes:

Post leg day lunch. Baked salmon, quinoa, steamed broccoli and green beans over a bed of spinach. With a mango, strawberry, and kiwi smoothie.
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goodhealthgoodvibes:

Post leg day lunch. Baked salmon, quinoa, steamed broccoli and green beans over a bed of spinach. With a mango, strawberry, and kiwi smoothie.

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allthateverwasorwillbe:

Raw Fig, Cherry, Lavender and Honey Cake 
Base:2 cups macadamia nuts1 cup desiccated coconut¼ cup date paste2 pinches Himalayan rock salt½ teaspoon vanilla pasteFilling:1½ cups cashews, soaked overnight1½ cups young coconut meat (this will be about two coconut’s worth)¾ cup nut milk½ cup raw honey (for vegan recipe substitute stevia)½ cup coconut oilJuice of one lemon (or ¼ cup)1 tablespoon organic dried lavender1 tablespoon vanilla paste2 pinches Himalayan rock salt2 tablespoons psyllium husk*Additional water to assist the blending if needed (perhaps a few tablespoons)1 cup red cherries, pitted3 large plump, fresh figs


Instructions Here

allthateverwasorwillbe:

Raw Fig, Cherry, Lavender and Honey Cake 

Base:
2 cups macadamia nuts
1 cup desiccated coconut
¼ cup date paste
2 pinches Himalayan rock salt
½ teaspoon vanilla paste

Filling:
1½ cups cashews, soaked overnight
1½ cups young coconut meat (this will be about two coconut’s worth)
¾ cup nut milk
½ cup raw honey (for vegan recipe substitute stevia)
½ cup coconut oil
Juice of one lemon (or ¼ cup)
1 tablespoon organic dried lavender
1 tablespoon vanilla paste
2 pinches Himalayan rock salt
2 tablespoons psyllium husk*
Additional water to assist the blending if needed (perhaps a few tablespoons)
1 cup red cherries, pitted
3 large plump, fresh figs

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"Don’t think about the pain
When you run for long distances it’s impossible to avoid pain — it’s for everyone. When it comes you need to think of other things — the landscape, you talk with the racers, listen to music. I think about stories, like I’m a warrior being chased by an army. To not think about pain, you need to be in another world."

Kilian (via ultrarunnersean)

This is a man who knows.

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I love this. When I get tired in the backcountry I always make up stories, like I’m on a mission or escaping something, and it shifts my perspective every time. I love that endurance sports allow us as adults to rediscover that side of imagination and play.

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(Source: yogipeach, via cheekyhealth)

"Eat better. Run more. Squat more. Sleep earlier. Wake up earlier. Make a good breakfast. Drink water. Eat fruits. Read books. Adventure. Talk less. Listen more. Feel deeper. Love better. Open your eyes. Experience life. Be happy."

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diiscotechjuliet:

Riptide | Vance Joy

and i love you when you’re singing this song but

i got a lump in my throat cause

you’re gonna sing the words wrong

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Tags: music