One gloomy morning my little glutton inside me wanted something sweet, and we made these no-bake raw vegan candy balls.
- Banana – 1
- Kiwifruit – 1
- Cacao – how much you want, i added 5 tbsp
- Dates – 7
- Sesame for topping
If you want a more sweet taste, can add any liquid sweetener such as maple syrup, agave nectar or liquid Stevia.
Blend all ingredients. Then make balls from our dough and gently roll the balls in the sesame seeds. Done!
Place in the refrigerator for about 30 minutes or can eat now.
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Review of Loving Hut in Paris
What’s it? – Vegetarian and vegan restaurant
Where’s it? – France, Paris 75011, 92 Boulevard Beaumarchais
Atmosphere: Simple friendly staff, nothing more
Price: Depends from dishes, but fresh juices are quite expensive
Opening times: Monday to Saturday from 12 to 15 pm and 19 to 22.30 pm
Contacts: paris.lovinghut.fr Tel 01 48 06 43 84
I’d like to share my experience with salad sprouter by Germline. Briefly, I want to say, it’s a real user-friendly tool even for beginner. If you want to know more about sprouting, I’ve written here before.
Made from? – Safe materials. Glass tested BPA and bisphenol A&phthalate free. Made in France.
How it works: The sprouter comprises 3 parts: A lid, two growing trays, a draining rack. Before using it, prepare your seeds (soaking time), for each growing trays take about 1tbsp of seeds. Place your germs onto the growing trays, then rinse them under cold water. After rinsing, leave your trays on the draining rack about 15 min. Then let your germs enjoy fresh air}}
Germination time depends from type of seeds. Don’t forget rinse your trays twice a day.
P.S. After harvest, I’m not recommended to keep your sprouts in the fridge more than 2 days.
Direct link on Germline site