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Avocado (fat replacer, emulsifier)

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6 thoughts on “Avocado (fat replacer, emulsifier)

  1. Amy says:

    A great recipe for Avocado is:

    Raw Cacao Pudding (Mmm)

    5-6 Avocado meat
    1/2 -1cup water
    5 full dropper Vanilla Cream liquid Stevia
    1/4 cup honey (optional)
    1/3-1/2 cup raw cacao powder

    Blend and enjoy!

  2. I was the lucky recipient of this amazing pudding. I’ve been spoiled by getting lots of Amie Sue’s creations. I could rave about each one. I straddle the fence so to speak; I swing both ways- raw and the healthier versions of All Americans foods. My husband made a commitment to switch from a highly acidic diet to Alkaline. For a steak lover, I expected some whining. Not one moan, not even an “it’s ok” look. He loves everything. Even though I’m a newby at this, Amie Sue has been, not only the dearest of friends, she’s been making the foods for us. We are SO spoiled. You have to taste this pudding to believe it. You’d never know there are avocados in it. we love avocados, just never imagined them in a chocolate dessert!

  3. Brittany says:

    I wonder if avocado could replace the mayonnaise consistency in a raw macaroni salad… I’m thinking eggplant as the macaroni, sliced and somehow puncturing a hole through the middle to make a tube noodle shape… Sounds like something I will have to try and report! Thanks for your site, Amie-Sue, it makes me very excited to uncook!

    • amie-sue says:

      Good evening Brittany,

      I am sure avocado could be used, the color might throw a person off but it should be fine. I use cashews. Here is a recipe that I have for a raw mayonnaise replacement just in case you didn’t see it. As far as the noodles go, I would use zucchini, peel and cut in half length wise, run the stip of a spoon down the center to remove the seeds which should leave you with a “U” shape, then slice the other direction into small “u’s”. Just an idea. Raw eggplant can be bitter to some people but it might work. Have fun! amie sue

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