Eat Raw, Not Cooked Recipe: Not Peanut Sauce

NotPeanutSauce_400Not Peanut Sauce was the very first dressing I ever created. I think I ate this dressing for a year until I felt confident enough to branch out and try something new. It’s a good one. From Eat Raw, Not Cooked.

This sauce is thick and creamy, which makes it very satisfying and a good choice for those moving from a traditional heavy cooked diet into a lighter raw diet. Not Peanut Sauce is great with Spring Rolls. This sauce actually has no peanuts. Peanuts have a naturally occurring mold and that is why so many people are sensitive to them. I use a raw almond butter.

1 cup raw almond butter
½ cup water
¼ cup fresh lemon juice
3 to 4 tablespoons peeled and chopped fresh ginger
¼ cup “B” grade maple syrup
3 tablespoons tamari
¼ cup olive oil
3 small garlic cloves
½ serrano pepper, cut and seeded (check the heat of your pepper and adjust to taste)
In a blender, combine all ingredients and blend. You can always add more water if dressing is too thick.

Eat Raw, Not Cooked

Eat Raw, Not Cooked

by Stacy Stowers

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Makes 23 ounces.

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