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Hazelnut Pate 

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Description:
This raw food Pate requires you to soak hazelnuts overnight.
Use some whole nuts as garnish.
The health benefits of Hazelnut is that it is a good source for B1, B2 and B6 vitamins. These vitamins are essential in blood formation and mental health, especially for those of children in development age. Eating only 25 - 29 grams of hazelnuts a day can be a very good protection against many diseases including cancer and heart diseases. Hazelnut and hazelnut oil is the best known source for Vitamin E which is essential for the healthy heart muscles and other muscles of the body as well. Also having special combination of oil (especially oleic acid rich oil structure), proteins, carbohydrate, beta-sitosterol, essential vitamins and minerals ( such as Calcium, Iron, Zinc and Potassium, giving hazelnut a special place among other nuts for its unique ability to protect against diseases.


Ingredients:
2 cups hazelnuts, soaked overnight
1 cup parsley, finely chopped
4 stalks celery, finely chopped
2 tbsp olive oil
2 tbsp lemon juice
2 tsp Celtic salt
dash of cayenne and/or nutmeg


Directions:
Process hazelnuts and celery in a mini food processor with 'S' blade until finely chopped; transfer to a bowl. Combine with remaining ingredients and mix well.
Serve with flax crackers, on bed of lettuce, or in a wrap with romaine leaf and veggies.


Servings: 4-6


Nutrient Information:
From Maureen Terrey from Vernon.


Notes: From the book "Alive`n Raw"...As Nature Intended by Elyse Nuff. dynamicbodyhealth.com


Special Diet: Gluten Free, Vegetarian, High Iron, High Protein, High Omega Fats


Category: Raw Foods

Submitted By: OK In Health



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