Archive for the ‘Vegan’ Category

Learn to Make Raw Sushi with Chef Sarah Mangold!

Sunday, August 18th, 2013

Raw Sushi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I  recently attended a work shop with Sarah Mangold and learned how to make delicious, 100 percent raw sushi along with some delicious dipping sauces!

Sarah Mangold is a Kaua‘i resident and raw chef. She offers a raw food workshop at 11am every Friday and the Cliffs Resort in Princeville, which all are welcome to attend. The cost is just 20 dollars per person! (more…)

Recipe for Sprouted Chickpea Hummus

Sunday, January 20th, 2013

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aloha All, here is my personal hummus recipe made with sprouted chickpeas. Sprouting your legumes is quite beneficial as is neutralizes the phytic acid and unlocks the nutrients within making them more digestible and bioavailable. (more…)

Kaua‘i Style Kimchi with Locally-grown Napa Cabbage

Wednesday, May 23rd, 2012

Kaua‘i Style Kimchi with ginger, turmeric and chili pepper

Anyone who knows me, knows that I love to make and eat fermented foods! In my experience, they are a vitalizing food that can help boost immunity and aid in digestion. Easily made at home with simple, locally-grown  ingredients, this probiotic superfood can be eaten as a side dish or taken as a dietary supplement, supplying beneficial bacteria to the stomach. (more…)

Ulu Chocolate Cake (Gluten-free & Vegan)

Saturday, February 11th, 2012

Ulu & Banana painting in background and Ulu Chocolate Cake in front both created by Shastin Grace

Living here in Hawai‘i, we find some very interesting fruits. Breadfruit or ulu, as it is also known, is a very unique one indeed. You can usually find the round green ulu at the local farmers market or health food store. Recipes most often call for a hard, young breadfruit but for my recipe here we will need one that is ripe and soft.

This recipe came out of a happy accident and some experimentation. I had originally planned to use a green ulu a try out another recipe, but I waited too long and it got soft. Frugal girl that I am, I refused to waste it so I cut it open and tasted the soft flesh. I noticed it was naturally sweet but a little bitter. I then just went with my adventurous spirit and began to add some fresh ripe apple bananas, honey, carob and cacao powders and other stuff. I noticed that the batter was very elastic and almost cake-like so I decided to throw it in the oven to see what would come of it. (more…)