Here is a wonderful Raw or Cooked Foods Vegan Recipe that tastes great… and can be made in no time.
You can either buy a Brown Rice Pizza Shell and be ok with it being cooked or you can grind almonds and pumpkin seeds into a flour and then add water and let it dry in a food dehydrator… or in an oven on low until it becomes firm for a raw pizza shell.
1 – Medium Pizza Shell – Either Brown Rice or Ground Almonds and Pumpkin Seeds
2 – Cups of Hummus – Take Organic Sprouted Garbanzo Beans a put then in a blender.
2 – Cloves of Garlic
1/2 – Cup of Black Olives Chopped
1 – Large Organic Tomato Chopped
1 – Cups of Organic Romaine Lettuce Chopped or you could use Kale or any other green.
Take the sprouted garbanzo beans and put them into a blender and add some water and the garlic cloves. Use just enough water to make a nice thick paste
Now take your pizza shell you bought or made from Ground Almonds and Pumpkin seeds and cover the top with hummus. Then put on a layer of black olives, chopped tomato, and lettuce.
And there you have it … ready to eat.
You can top it with a little more hummus if you like.
This is so quick that I make it all the time.
I love this quick hummus that’s low in fat and high in fiber and has lots of great taste.
It’s one of my favorite recipes.
Garbanzo Beans are a very important source of molybdenum which helps in the process of de-toxing the body. They are also high in fiber and protein and help lower cholesterol especially the LDL or bad cholesterol… and thus also help with preventing heart disease. They also lower blood sugar levels. Garbanzos also contain 84.5% of the body’s daily manganese which is a good anti-oxidant and helps with the immune system. And Garbanzos also contain a good amount of iron needed for healthy hemoglobin, and tryptophan which helps you relax and de-stress.
Brown Rice compared to White Rice has a lot of health benefits. Brown Rice is full of Thiamine, Niacin, Pyridoxine, Vitamin K, Calcium, Iron, Phosphorus, and Potassium. Brown Rice is rich in fiber, controls blood sugar and cholesterol, and works wonders for ulcers and diarrhea. Plus if you are debilitated it’s very easy to digest and contains needed nutrients for your bones, muscles, nails, hair, and teeth. Soak your Brown Rice in water for 30 minutes prior to cooking and it will cook faster.
Lots of people love nuts and Almonds are one of the best. Almonds help lower cholesterol especially LDL or bad cholesterol and thus help to reduce heart attacks and strokes. They also help to prevent atherosclerosis and alkalise the body thus helping to prevent debilitating disease from taking over your life.
At the same time almonds are good brain food, helping you to keep mentally on top of your game. And Almonds are good for the nervous system in general and they also help lower blood glucose levels… and thus help with diabetes. And Almonds contain phosphorus for strong bones, and a 1/2 cup Almonds contains more protein than 2 eggs, thus they’re great for building strong muscles.
Tomatoes also contain lots of lycopene that’s a powerful antioxidant that’s well known to prevent Breast, Prostate, and Stomach Cancer and boost your immune system. Studies show that eating tomatoes lowers your risk of prostate cancer by more than 30%. And another study shows that eating tomatoes lowered your chances of coming down with pancreatic cancer by over 40%. And low levels of lycopene have been found in people who come down with colon cancer and growths… so it’s very important to eat your tomatoes.
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