It's hard to tell proportions in a picture, but let me explain that there are cauliflower crumbs left. I understand the D shrinkage factor, but this is craziness. Aside form the fact that there wasn't much to taste, I enjoyed the recipe. However, I think I will use less coconut oil next time. I'm just wondering if all the cauliflower vitamins were still on that D tray, or if they dehydrated away.
Over the weekend I made a nacho feast, and I've been snacking on raw Mexican treats all week. I made corn chips (using the taco shell recipe) and spicy beans from Raw Food Real World. The corn chips and I are old traveling buddies, but the beans and I were meeting for the first time. We quickly became best friends. They are truly delicious, and actually taste a lot like refried beans. (Even though I ran out of sunflower seeds and had to use raw tahini as a substitute.) With fresh guacamole and Kristen Suzanne's Cheezy Hemp Nacho Sauce, these nachos were absolutely outstanding.
Question: Can anyone else eat a bowl of guacamole with a spoon?