Rice Vinegar Cucumber Salad 1 cucumber, peeled, seeded and chopped * 1/2 c plain yogurt * 2 T rice vinegar * 2 T honey * 2 t fresh mint, minced * salt and pepper to taste
Combine the cucumber, yogurt, vinegar, honey mint and salt and pepper in a bowl...serve.
Source Family's Rainbow Salad It sounds bizarre, but it is truly delicious. And it is filling in a way
many raw foods are not. This salad, in premise, uses all the colors of the
rainbow. It was said in the Source that you could eat this salad once in the
morning and once in the evening, for three weeks, as some kind of purifying
"Rainbow Diet" that would also keep you healthy. Again, I am no nutritionist,
who knows if that is true. I have lived off it a few days and felt great.
To make the Rainbow Salad, you put the following things into a bowl:
Sprouts (Green), cubed pieces of raw Eggplant (blue), sliced Red Onion
(purple), sliced Banana (yellow), chopped Hazelnuts (orange), and chopped
Tomatoes (red). Now in a bowl, mash an avocado with minced garlic. (You can
also add tamari, Dr. Bronner's Seasoning Salts, brewer's yeast, etc.,
if desired). Now spread mashed avocado/garlic over the salad like dressing and
1 c buttermilk * 2 T chopped parsley and onion * 1/4 t each of dried basil, oregano, rosemary and savory * 1 clove garlic, monced * 1 c mayonnaise * salt and pepper
Combine buttermilk, parsley, onion, the 4 herbs and garlic in a bowl. Let stand for 5 minutes. Beat in mayo and salt and pepper to taste. Cover and refrigerate for up to 1 week.
Morningtown Blue Cheese Dressing The blue cheese recipe is the same as the buttermilk herb dressing recipe above, except you stir 8 ounces of crumbled blue cheese into the dressing at the end.