The Sanctuary Kitchen: Salad Dressing (video)
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|This is part 8 of the 11-part series, The Sanctuary Kitchen:|
part 1 | part 2 | part 3 | part 4 | part 5 | part 6 | part 7 | part 8 | part 9 | part 10 | part 11
Total length: 59:10
Poster: SanctuaryKitchen Post Date: January 27, 2011
||In keeping with Adi Da's recommendation that devotees eat a maximally raw diet [see Adi Da's Green Gorilla], Douglas Short, the head chef at First People (The Mountain Of Attention Sanctuary kitchen), instructs us on how to make a less oily salad dressing. Ingredients: cucumbers, carrots, red bell peppers, avocadoes, apple cider vinegar, honey, olive oil, salt, coriander. Interesting tip about adding olive oil while the blender is running.
[The clip actually starts with Douglas showing us the red lentil dal soup that was the subject of part 7.]
Length: 08:01 Views: 1611 Views This Month: 34 Views This Week: 15
Event Date: January 27, 2011 Event Speaker: Douglas Short
raw diet food First People salad dressing
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