• Coriander Pesto

    You may know coriander as cilantro. Either way, it’s detoxifying effects are legendary and enhanced when you combine it with chlorella (more on that another time). Coriander helps chelate toxins from the body, this means it binds to the waste products to help remove them from the cells.

    Today it’s the recipe I want to share with you. Forget the science.  Just know that when you eat this you’ll be doing great things for your body.  

    Ingredients

    I large bunch of coriander

    1 cup raw macadamia nuts

    1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil

    1 lime juiced (about 1/4 of cup)

    1 large clove garlic

    1 tsp malden sea salt

    2 – 4 tbs of home made coconut yoghurt (see below for link)

    1/2 tsp dried chilli flakes or freshly chopped chilli to taste

    Method

    I blended up a massive bunch of coriander with a cup of macadamia nuts, 1/4 cup olive oil, lime juice, garlic, chilli,  sea salt and 2 tbs coconut yoghurt. My homemade coconut yoghurt was already sweetened so it was a nice way to offset the chilli.Creamy, delicious and  healing. Just what you should expect from #wholefoods #rawfoods. 

    This would be a fabulous dressing drizzled over salad and rolled into a wrap. But right now I’m just eating it by the spoonful. If you haven’t yet made your own yoghurt then I encourage you to grab the next opportunity for a full moon and make it.

    By Natalie Prigoone

    Check out Natalie’s course The Great Uncooking Real Food/Raw Food, on Omstars wellness channel for more scrumptious recipes!

    Coconut Yoghurt

    Add your delicious coriander pesto to wrap!

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