Raw Chocolate Recipe
makes about 50 small candy moulds
2 ½ cups cacao butter – best to grate this prior to melting
1/3 cup agave syrup
½ cup cacao powder
1 pinch Celtic salt
- Melt the butter in the dehydrator or half-fill saucepan with hot water. Place bowl on top with the grated cacao in it, making sure it does not touch water – do not overheat, as we do not want to cook the cacao.
- Stir with a metal spoon until melted. Avoid wooden or plastic spoons – these retain moisture that makes chocolate seize (harden).
- Once the butter is melted mix all liquids in a bowl and using a small whisk blend until smooth.
- Add cacao and salt and mix well.
If needed you might like to add more agave, cacao and orange oil to reach a desired taste.
Using a small spoon fill the candy moulds, then place in the freezer for 10 minutes then the refrigerator to set.
Optional: You can change the flavour and aroma of your chocolate just by adding a few drops of other essential oils such as ginger, cinnamon, mint, lavender, lemongrass, or nutmeg. Adding Coconut oil tastes amazing too.
Make sure you only use cold pressed therapeutic and food grade essential oils
Cancer cures life style changes
When we are talking about curing cancer, most of us are aware that we have to make life style changes
Resistance to change is so great that it is hard for most people to accommodate it.
It takes what seems to be, a natural in-built type of discipline. Some of us seem to have it naturally. This may depend on what we do in our everyday life.
Do we have to discipline our life in our jobs or work place, at home, or at a sport?
The answer to this is, yes.
So the same discipline is required if our life is at stake, providing of course we do not think that somebody else is going to save us.
Lifestyle changes mean we have to change our lives, sometimes in a big way, and to learn to do things differently.
So what do we do that is different?
Sometimes little things can help us change big things. For example, if we see some rubbish on the floor, we can pick it up and put it the bin. This is only a little thing, but if we do it often enough then it becomes a habit, and we end up doing it all the time, when the opportunity arises.
Creating a habit
Because cancer does not wait for you to procrastinate, you need to make these lifestyle changes straight away. Many philosophical teachers have stated, “If you can do something for 28 days then you create a habit”. A habit will create a lifestyle, and a lifestyle will create your destiny.
The protocols in my book From Cancer to Wellness: The forgotten secret has a 28-day step-by-step program for the healing to help cure cancer. It is important that if you want to cure cancer, as I did, then you have to do it now and make the big leap into change. The diet alone will make you change your life style, you will become stronger, and you will be able to cope with some exercise and meditation, to better the odds for curing your cancer.
Raw Food Culinary Class Entertaining in the Raw
Only a few more days left to go for the first November group Raw Food Culinary Class and I have been working diligently to make sure the day for everyone coming along is special and full of simple techniques that will make life as a raw food enthusiast well worth taking time out to spend with me. I am also happy to announce that I am now going to hold more classes in my home due to so much interest. The next available Raw Food Culinary Class Entertaining in the Raw will be held again at Broadbeach on the Gold coast is Saturday 12th January.
Please find details required for the January class on my home page. I am changing the theme to include Entertaining in the Raw – please feel free to send to your family and friends who you think might like to be encouraged to live a healthy and energised life.
Wayne and I look forward to sharing our home with you. Please registger online to www.cancertowellness.com quickly if you wish to secure your spot as it does fill quickly and there only 8 people in each class.
We have many people traveling from interstate and country areas to attend the November classes – if you do live a distance away this is a good time to take a trip to sunny Gold Coast – life here is very lay back and a great place to rejuvenate – even if it is only for a day or a weekend.
RAW NORI ROLLS
One of my favourite meals is raw nori rolls especially to enjoy over the weekend. I do many varieties from mini rolls to large rolls. These are very quick to make and a great light meal that is also very filling. Here is one of my recipes for you to enjoy over the weekend.
2 nori sheets
1 avocado finely sliced
1 finely sliced small red onion
1 finely sliced roma tomato
Handful julienne carrot
Handful julienne zucchini
1 piece of ginger finely grated
Heaps of sprouts
2 cups peeled and roughly chopped parsnip
1/8 cup macadamias
3tbls pine nuts
1/2tbls olive oil
1/2tsp lemon juice
1/2tsp Celtic or Himalayan salt
1tsp white miso
- Place all ingredients except the pine nuts in a food processor and pulse until a rice-like consistency is achieved.
- Add pine nuts and process some more.
- Place nori sheets shiny side down on a clean cutting board and/or bamboo mat.
- Moisten your hands with a hint of rice vinegar to that the rice will not stick
- Spoon a generous rice mixture on the sheets and spread evenly over the sheet, leaving 1 inch space at the top of the sheet for sealing later.
- Load up all the remaining vegetable, sprouts onto the middle of each sheet and fold from the bottom of the sheet up using the bamboo mat or your fingers – I personally get a better result using my fingers.
- Wet the top of the nori sheet with a little water to seal the roll, and then cut into two or four pieces with a sharpe wet knife.
Serve with some shoyu, or tamari on the side or your favourite dipping sauce. You can also add a cashew cream sauce or vegan mayonnaise to the vegetables inside the nori roll.