The Sandwich – bread, Spicy Tomato Bread, Living Hummus

These recipes are featured in episode 27 “#Eathealthy On The Go”.

The Sandwich – bread
Yield: 1 dehydrator tray, 3-4 sandwiches
1 yellow onion
2 cups sunflower seeds, soaked 6 hours
¼ cup chia seeds
1 Tbsp cold pressed olive or sacha inchi oil
1 tsp sea salt

Blend all ingredients in food processor using chop tool. Spread into ⅛ inch thick large square shape on teflex sheet on dehydrator tray. This recipes makes 2 trays. Dehydrate 8 hours on 105. Remove teflex and dehydrate another 4-6 hours. Simply cut into rectangles and serve as sandwich bread or with hummus.

Add any sandwich fillings you like. I like spreading yellow mustard or living hummus on each side and adding leaf lettuce, sliced cucumber, alfalfa sprouts, sliced tomato

Spicy Tomato Bread
Yield: 2 dehydrator trays, 6-8 sandwiches
1 yellow onion
2 cups sunflower seeds, soaked 6 hours
¼ cup chia seeds soaked in 1 ½ cups water 30 minutes
½ cup nutritional yeast
3 tomatoes
1 jalapeno pepper
1 Tbsp cold pressed olive or sacha inchi oil
1 tsp sea salt

Blend all ingredients in food processor using chop tool. Spread into ⅛ inch thick large square shape on teflex sheet on dehydrator tray. This recipes makes 2 trays. Dehydrate 10 hours on 105. Remove teflex and dehydrate another 4-6 hours. Simply cut into rectangles and serve as sandwich bread or with hummus.


Living Hummus
2 cups garbanzo beans, raw dry, soaked 8 hours
½ cup sprouting seed mix. I like clover, mung bean and lentil sprouts (optional)
3 heaping Tbsp raw tahini
1 lemon, juice only
4 Tbsp cold pressed olive oil
2-3 cloves garlic
1 tsp sea salt

black olives
red pepper
herbs or choice


Sprouting Chart

Making our own sprouts is super easy and fun for the whole family. I always get satisfaction from watching the little guys grow.








Eating sprouts is one of the best ways to get living foods in your diet. Not only are sprouts clearly raw, they are alive and growing. I’ve read that the sprout can have 500x more nutrients than the plant it grows into. Pretty awesome!  So enjoy broccoli sprouts, red clover sprouts, mung bean and lentil sprouts, alfalfa sprouts, and many more.

Sprouting Chart

Seed                  Amount                 Soak Time                Sprout Time              Yield

Almonds             2 cups                           12 hrs                          1-2 days                         3 cups

Alfalfa                 2 Tbsp                          8 hrs                            4-5 days                         3 cups

Adzuki                1/2 cup                         8 hrs                            3 days                             1 1/2 cups

Barley                 1 cup                            8 hrs                              1-2 days                          2 cups

Buckwheat, no hull  1 cup                   10 hrs                              2  days                            1 1/2 cups

Broccoli             2 Tbsp                         6-10 hrs                          3-5 days                        1 1/2 cups

Cabbage           2 Tbsp                            6 hrs                              4-6 days                         1 1/2 cup

Chia                   1/3 cup                          1 hrs                                                                       2 cups

Clover                2 Tbsp                          8-12 hrs                               5 days                    2 1/2 cups

Cumin               2 Tbsp                          7-9 hrs                                  2 days                     1 cup

Dill                    2 Tbsp                              5 hrs                                   2 days                    1 1/2 cups

Fenugreek       2 Tbsp                              6 hrs                                 4-5 days                   3 cups

Flax                  1/2 cup                              1-2 hrs                                                               1 cup

Garbanzo         1 cup                                 12-16 hrs                         4-5 days                   2 cups

Lentils              1 cup                                  8-14 hrs                          3 days                       2 cups

Mung Beans    1 cup                                  8-14 hrs                        4-5 days                    2 cups

Millet               1 cup                                   8 hrs                              1 day                          2 cups

Mustard          2 Tbsp                               8-14 hrs                          5-6 days                  1 1/2 cups

Teff                  1 cup                                 8-12 hrs                          2-3 days                    2 cups

Quinoa            1 cup                                  8 hrs                               2 days                      2 cups

Peas                1 cup                                  8-12 hrs                          3 days                       2 cups

Rye berries   1 cup                                  6 hrs                                2-3 days                  2 cups

Raddish        2 Tbsp                                 6 hrs                              4-5 days                   3 cups

Pumpkin       1 cup                                  6 hrs                                 1 day                       2 cups

Sesame          1 cup                                   4 hrs                                1 day                       1 1/2 cups

Sunflower     1 cup                                 6-10 hrs                             1-2 days                 2 cup

Spelt               1 cup                                 10-15 hrs                         2-3 days                  2 cups

Wheat berries  1 cup                                 8-14 hrs                         2-3 days                   2 cups

Wild Rice        1 cup                                   12-24 hrs                     4-5 days                    2 cups

I didn’t include every seed, grain and legume in existence, just the most common in the marketplace. If I missed the one of interest to you, let me know.

On Friday, March 30th, on Blythe Raw Live, I will be demonstrating how to sprout using a simple jar method.  Tune in, live at 12 pm pst on



Quinoa Crisp Chocolate bunnies, Red Intuition Salad, Red Cabbage Wraps / Baked, The Easter Elixir

Here are the recipes from Episode 26 ‘The Easter Call’

Quinoa Crisp Chocolate bunnies

1 cup cacao powder
1 cup coconut oil (cold pressed organic)
½  cup coconut sugar
¼ cup raw honey, or raw agave or maple syrup
½ cup quinoa crisps
⅓ cup organic grass fed whey protein (optional)
1/ 2 cup goji berries (optional)

Melt coconut oil by placing the glass jar in hot water for 5-10 minutes. Combine cacao powder, coconut oil, coconut sugar, and your choice of liquid sweetener in blender. Add organic grass fed whey protein if you choose to, totally optional. Blend until smooth and creamy. Stir in quinoa crisps and/or goji berries and pour into bunny molds, or a glass baking dish for regular square cut fudge.

Red Intuition Salad
½ head red cabbage, chopped
1 head red leaf lettuce, chopped
2 red sweet peppers (the mini ones), chopped
1 cup cilantro, chopped

Salad Dressing
Yield: 2 large salads

¾ cup cold pressed olive oil
1 tomato
1 Tbsp GN Original Protein Powder
1 Tbsp nama shoyu
1 Tbsp mustard seeds
1 cayanne pepper
2 Tbsp water

Place all ingredients in blender and blend until well mixed. Chop up salad ingredients and put in large bowl.  Pour desired amount of dressing over salad mixture. I like to cover the bowl with a plate and shake it until dressing is evenly dispersed onto veggies. A guest favorite; bright, flavorful, cleansing.

Red Cabbage Wraps / Baked

Yield: 6-9 wraps
Prep time:5 min
cook time: 45 min

I head red cabbage
1 cup quinoa
1 bundle Lacinato (dino)kale
1 tomato
1 red bell pepper or 2 sweet peppers
2 green onions
2 tsp chili powder
1 ½  Tbsp Nama Shoyu
1 tsp sea salt
1 tsp black pepper
⅛ cup organic parmesan or asiago, or goat feta cheese (optional)

In medium saucepan, combine 2 cups water and 1 cup quinoa. Bring to boil, then reduce heat and simmer for 11-14 min until water is absorbed. While quinoa is cooking, chop kale, tomato and green onion. When quinoa is finished cooking, stir in raw diced veggies. The heat will blanch the veggies perfectly.

Cut off the stem end of the cabbage if it makes it easier to remove full leaves.  Do your best to remove full cabbage leaves, fill with quinoa mixture, roll and place open side down in 9×12 glass baking pan.

Bake on 375 for 30 min. YUM! Serve with fresh salad.

The Easter Elixir
4 tsp coconut water powder
2 tsp acai powder
2 cups water

Combine all ingredients, shake and enjoy.

Minerals per one cup:

Calcium –           57.6mg, 6%
Iron –                  0.7mg, 4%
Magnesium –    60.0mg, 15%
Phosphorus –    48.0mg, 5%
Potassium –       600mg, 17%
Sodium –            252mg, 11%
Zinc –                  0.2mg, 2%
Copper –             0.1mg, 5%
Manganese –     0.3mg, 17%
Selenium –         2.4mcg, 3%

Top 7 Raw Thoughts On Filling your Easter Basket Blythe Raw style

*Top 7 Raw Thoughts On Filling your Easter Basket Blythe Raw style

7) Read the Ingredients! – Read the ingredients of candies you might normally buy. I am often surprised at what is actually in some of the foods I’ve been around all my life.

6) Make Homemade Raw Chocolates – Easy raw chocolates recipes are on in the kitchen blog. chocolate molds can be found at Sur La Tab and party stores

5)  Try Vegan or Raw Cupcakes. or

4)  Think Beyond Candy.  Coloring books and eco crayons make great easter basket treats Boxes Stationary

3)  Seek Out Sustainable Toy Makers –  we like

2) Seeds and Bulbs are Fun For Kids. Kids love planting and spending time with you. I always loved planting tulip bulbs with my mom. Giving bulbs or seeds helps illustrate the magic of life, and it can be a fun project for the whole family to beautify the home.

1)  NO Plastic Easter Grass!  Plenty of alternatives now like recycled paper and rafia easter grass. This is much less impact all round and can be reused for shipping or saved for next year.

This year make your Easter basket a little more ecofriendly by getting one you can reuse throughout the years. Our friend Priscilla Woolworth makes it super easy with these hand-woven bags from the Fra Fra tribe in Africa.

HoneySuckle Essential Oil 9 ways

Honeysuckle has been used medicinally for thousands of years.

In traditional Chinese medicine, honeysuckle is considered one of the most important herbs for releasing poisons from the body and clearing heat from the body.

Honeysuckle Essential Oil is:

  • Used to treat skin rashes, such as poison oak, cuts and abrasions on the skin. Mix a few drops in a carrier oil and massage into affected area.
  • An anti-inflammatory; helping with arthritis, sore muscles and joints.
  • Has antibiotic properties, therefore is effective in treating infections, colds and flu.
  • Relaxing and calming and can be used in massage oil or bath oil.

Bless the Mind HoneySuckle spray
Bliss in a bottle
1 cup water
*4 drops B. Raw Body HoneySuckle Essential Oil
Combine water and honeysuckle essential oil in small spray bottle. I prefer glass bottles. I reuse glass spray bottles from other products I’ve purchased. Spray anywhere you wish. It makes a great facial mist, as well as linen mist and air freshener. I love to mist this on my face in a warm bath, and all around the house to uplift my spirit. Enjoy!


Apricot HoneySuckle Relief Oil
1 cup apricot oil
*4 drops B. Raw Body honeysuckle essential oil

Combine apricot oil and honeysuckle essential oil in any glass jar or bottle. Shake it liberally to mix well. Apple to lower back, knees, shoulders or anywhere that feels sore or tight or inflamed. HoneySuckle essential oil is a wonderful anti-inflammatory. The aroma will stimulate brain function to relax and encourage healing. Enjoy this delightful gift from the earth.


Aromatherapy and air purification
In glass spray bottle mix the following:
6 oz water
3 drops B. Raw Honeysuckle essential oil

Use to deodorize room, lift energy and mood, as a perfume, great to spray first thing in the morning.

Cut and wound healer
¼ tsp hemp oil
2 drops B. Raw Honeysuckle essential oil

Mix ingredients in your palm, and smooth over open cut or wound. This is a pleasing way to dress a child’s wound. The aromatic quality helps to soothe them, while the powerful healing components work fast.

Flower Fresh Cleaning
In spray bottle mix the follow:
1 cup white wine vinegar
1 cup water
3 drops B. Raw Honeysuckle essential oil

In the kitchen, use vinegar-and-water spray to clean countertops,  range surfaces and backsplash areas.

In the bathroom, use vinegar spray cleaner to clean countertops, floors, and exterior surfaces of the toilet.

Honeysuckle steam facial
4 cups hot water
3 drops B. Raw Honeysuckle  essential oil

Boil water, and place hot water in a glass bowl, add the honeysuckle essential oil. Lean your face over the bowl, cover your head with a towel. Remain over the steam for several minutes. Take deep breathes and enjoy the aroma-therapeutic benefits, while the honeysuckle steam opens and cleans your facial pores.

Skinny legs salt scrub
Reduces cellulite, stimulates  lymphatic  system
1 cup B. Raw Himalayan Salt
3 drop B. Raw Pink Grapefruit essential oil

3 drops B. Raw Honeysuckle essential oil

1 Tbsp hemp oil

Mix together in re-purposed glass jar. I like to use a grapefruit peel as the wash cloth. Enjoy this fantastic rejuvenating skin treatment.

Leave in conditioner
1/4 – 1/2 tsp Coconut oil, depending on hair length
2 drop B. Raw Honeysuckle essential oil

Combine ingredients in the palm of your hand, and massage into the ends of your hair.

Energizing HoneySuckle Body Butter
finger full of Unscented Body Butter
3 drop B. Raw  HoneySuckle essential oil

Mix in the palm of your hand and rub on chest, arms, stomach, buttocks and thighs. The honeysuckle energizes the blood flow and stimulates mental activity. Enjoy!!