What to Expect from Sister Vegetarian Recipes...

Sister Vegetarian knows the importance of nutrition without breaking the bank. In lieu of this, I keep the meals to a cost that anyone can create and still stick to a budget. I also include raw vegan meals. Sister has acquired a Raw Vegan Chef Certfication through The Raw Food Network-Ekaya Institute of Living Food Education. I love to cook meals from Africa, India, the Middle East, Greece, Italy, and the list goes on. When I cook, I call it traveling the world without leaving my home. I see cooking as a way to experiment and learn about other cultures, as I also learn more about my roots.

Enjoy the meals. Enjoy the travel. No Passport Required. Just an appetite for delicious and healthy meals.

Peace & Love, Sister Vegetarian.

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Raw Vegan Stawberry Jam

Raw Vegan Strawberry Jam

As a vegan or vegetarian, the world is open to innumerable world recipes. Although I am a vegan, I love to combine raw vegan foods with my vegan meals for even optimum nutrients.

Here's a quick Raw Vegan Strawberry Jam recipe that takes only 10 minutes.
Yields approximately 16 oz of jam

1-1/2 lbs strawberries, cleaned and stems removed
1 TBSP Agave Syrup

1- Place in a food processor 1 lb strawberries and 1 TBSP Agave Syrup. process until somewhat roughly smooth
2- Pour blended strawberries in a bowl
3- Place in a food chopper or food processor the other 1/2 LB of strawberries, but only process 15 to 30 seconds at a time just to roughly chop up the strawberries. Te strawberries should be in chunky pieces.
4- Blend the chunky strawberries with the smooth strawberries, and place in a mason jar

Serving Suggestions:
- Spread jam home scones or home-made bread
- Place a dollop on top of home-made hummus which is spread on a crusty Italian bread
- Spread hummus in your favorite wrap (Ezekiel sprouted wraps, chapatti, collard leaves, purple or red cabbage leaves and place jam on top

~ Sister Vegetarian

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