Sweet buckwheat energy bar

It is sweet and crunchy.

3 cups of sprouted buckwheat
½ cups of chopped date
½ cups of prunes
juice of a half lemon
pinch cinnamon
little water

Put the date, prunes,lemon juice and cinnamon into the blender and blend until smooth. Put a little water if needed. Put it in a large bowl and put the buckwheat in it. Mix well and put it on the teflex sheet of the dehydrator. Dehydrate it for 10-12 hours. Cut up into pieces!


Creamy cabbage salad

I just wanted to make a really simple cabbage salad, served on avocado slices. Then it crossed my mind that it might be a good idea to mix the avocado with the salad. The result was surprising:, a creamy, crunchy salad. I filled it into lettuce, my daughter put it on bread and ate it with tomatoe and onion.
She didnt believe that it contains cabbage!


6 cups white cabbage chopped into little pieces
3 cups of sweet apple, chopped
1/2 cup onion chopped
1 pinch salt
1 pinch ground pepper
1 sp lemmon juice
1/2 avocado

Mix all the ingredients in a large bowl, put the mashed avocado in, and it is ready. Enjoy!


Pumpkin pudding

After the pumpkin soup I came up with this pumpkin pudding. It became more delicious than the soup. It doesn't need water, so it tastes more intensive. It is ready in a few minutes, and makes a wonderful, easy, and light winter supper!

Ingredients for 2 persons:
2 apples
2 bananas
2 cups pumpkin cubes
4 pc pitted dates
1 spoon of sprouted buckwheat
1 pinch of cinnamon

+ 1 more apple, 1 more banana

Put all the ingredients into a high speed blender and blend until smooth.
Put into nice cups and garnish with chopped apple and banana, cacao nibs.


Raw vegan potluck in Budapest

On sunday we had a very good potluck in Budapest, Hungary!

Here are some photos:


carrot salad from Évi!

Beetroot salad from Évi!

Another salad from Gábor

Sweet crackers from Klári!

The table with raw foods

Zuchini rolls from Klári!

Living vegetable soup from Klári!

Coconut balls from Bogi


Pumpkin soup with orange

I like pumpkin very much. Although I've always hated to bake it, when I cut the raw pumpkin it is fresh and crunchy, it is full of life and flavour. It has only one fault: its hard to chew, but if I use a blender I can easily make a creamy, deliciuos pumpkin soup. Don't miss it!

Ingredients for 2 persons
2 cups chopped pumpkin
1 orange peeled
1 spoon raw honey
1/4 avocado
1 pinch of salt
1 spoon lemon juice
1 pinch cinnamon
clear water, or fresh orange juice

It is easy to prepare: Add all ingredients in the blender and blend it until smooth.

I top it with dehydrated buckwheat and with pumpkin seed oil drops.