Raw Food Recipes: Delicious Breakfast Cereal

Raw food recipes to die for! Try this “raw” cereal instead of the garbage cereals that come in boxes. For more great raw food recipes get your copy of Eating for Energy today. Visit www.EatingforEnergy.ca
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25 Responses to Raw Food Recipes: Delicious Breakfast Cereal

  1. michaelhernsin says:

    Meal looks great…but the cost seems pretty hard.
    Berries alone would be $10.00 lol

  2. PachaAfterDark says:

    Soy milk is bad, soy kills testosterone, everything else is great. I would change to raw cows milk.

  3. shahedforzaroma says:

    @jhard0879 except for the berries, which you can buy in large amounts from costco, everything else is really cheap. I mean one bag of golden flax seeds for 8 dollars lasts me two months and I eat this sort of cereal everyday. Sunflower seeds are even cheaper.

  4. CovetedRecipe says:

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  5. ladylove20004059 says:

    What kind of shredded coconut do you use and where do you get it? I didnt like what I got at whole foods

  6. dustyshowbiz says:

    i made a similar dish this morning but blended a banana,small spoon of organic peanut butter with 150ml water instead of milk,delicious!

  7. SlingShotKid007 says:

    @SlingShotKid007 great videos btw i love your stuff keep them coming

  8. SlingShotKid007 says:

    hey man i throw some almond milk, hemp protein,n frozen berries to make a breakfast smoothie was wondering if frozen fruit are considered raw and live? or does freezing process kill the enzymes?

  9. 37Moons says:

    so glad you mentioned soy milk and to consider something better like almond milk and you can make it fresh. also some research has stated that Monsanto supplies 70% of the soybeans and cutting down the rain forest to grow gm soybeans for animal consumption to prepare it for some people’s tables…soy causes loads of health challenges. I see someone said this recipe is expensive but not really you only use a little bit of each ingredient to make a bowl. Love this receipt good job bro!!

  10. llkdll says:

    The only expensive component I would see in that cereal are the berries, other than that, sure hemp seeds, nuts etc are expensive, but they are used in small amounts. You can buy them in large quantities and keep them stored. I don’t think it’s that expensive actually, and if you consider the long-term cost (i.e. health care etc) you will find this to be a cheaper option. It looks delicious, I have yet to try incorporating more raw food in my already vegan diet.

  11. Psa1mist9 says:

    @SuperSilviao ummm no, Milk from animals was NEVER healthy lol. We are the only “animal” who drinks other animals milk. Very unnatural. That’s why we have to do so much unnatural stuff to the milk to make it edible.

  12. frexspar76 says:

    this is kind of elitist like the top comment said, and you are SUPER cute. Would love to do you. But would also like to see videos for simpler recipes

  13. SuperSilviao says:

    Milk used to be healthy in biblical times. Today with the chemtrails it helps plug your lungs before time. That’s why more people today are leaving behind lactose or diary products in order to be able to breath.

  14. puffyclouddd1 says:

    I make recipes and talk about nutrition and other things please come by”

  15. neerob20 says:

    hey hey! Have you considered cleverous 402 diet (search on google)? Ive heard some awesome things about it and my sister lost a lot of weight with it.

  16. Byizzle16 says:

    @SageGuevara you should really look deeper into the milk myth you will find so many things wrong with milk. It can actually CAUSE osteoporosis as the animal proteins in milk causes your body to retract calcium from your bones. If you look at statistics countries with the highest rate of osteoporosis are ones that consume the most dairy and milk (eg. USA, England, Sweden) where as countries like Japan and China consume little meat and dairy but still have a very low rate of osteoporosis.

  17. TheUnholyPosole says:

    @jhard0879 Just droppin some knowledge on your question about fat. Aslong as you dont spike your insulin levels you can eat a significant amount of fat. The more fat we eat, the more our thyroid outputs hormones to burn the consumed fat. So you actually lose more fat when you eat fat….aslong as you avoid insulin spikes from stachy foods. The fiber from the seeds and nuts also helps lower the glycemic index which is ideal for fat loss. So even tho this soup has lots of fat, it wont make you fat

  18. TheUnholyPosole says:

    Thats gotta be like a 6 dollar bowl of cereal.

  19. sghulett says:

    I have to explain why breakfast is the most important meal of the day. You go 8 or more hours not eating at night and your body NEEDS to eat so that is why it is the most important meal of the day.

  20. brigurl88 says:

    that seems like alot of food!!!

  21. SageGuevara says:

    @CuteandCreepy123 Which documentation proves that we were NOT meant to drink cow or goat’s milk past nursing age? I realize that some people CHOOSE not to for whatever reason, but raw, unpasteurized, non-homogenized cow or goat milk is one of the healthiest things we can drink as humans. Just because it comes from another species doesn’t mean it’s not meant for us. And saying that other mammals do not drink milk past nursing age is not a good enough point, IMO : )

  22. SGJ527 says:

    Would using frozen berreis be ok?> I know you say RAW not frozen

  23. thebestcracks001 says:

    Hi! Have you tried cleverous 402 diet (google it)? Ive heard some unbelivable things about it and my sister lost a lot of weight with it.

  24. mythicole says:

    berrys are so expensive in Queensland where I live, I would love to know where you can get them cheaper, so to do this twice a week would be nice.

  25. CuteandCreepy123 says:

    @SageGuevara If you actually make homemade raw almond or peanut milk, it’s healthier and taste better than real milk or soy milk. Real milk isn’t meant for humans. It’s from another species. We’re also not meant to drink milk after nursing age.

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