Well, I loved them, and he hated them He did eat them, but not without a grimace, and said they tasted too much of tomatoes. Also strangely enough, they were not spicy
Anyway, the search continues! I might just have him be on a high raw diet with raw desserts, smoothies, cereal, milks etc, and a raw lunch but a cooked dinner with a big salad.
I really want to see if eating raw will cure his asthma.
oooh they look yummy! And so nice with the big salad
It' so tricky knowing what our significant others might like and what they won't like in regards to raw food. I was actually surprised my husband liked this burger and I was a bit more luke warm due to too much saltiness for me personally. For me it's like a crap shoot. I can never predict how my husband's taste buds are going to react to different recipes......
Keep trying things for your husband. And we can compare notes
Yes I'm making the berry swirl pie from RFC's anniversary, the tuna pate with sprouts and veggies in nori rolls with a salad, and green smoothies and juice for breakfast and snacks.
At least he loves the tuna pate
Very good! Next time I'll leave out the salt. This reminded me a lot of veggie burgers I've had, except much more filling. It's nice knowing every ingredient that's in your food. Next time I'll leave a bit of the ribs in the jalapeno - I really like spice and when completely ribbed and seeded, it's reminiscent of green bell pepper. I'll be careful with the amount of water I add too. They were a little moist after an hour and twenty minutes, but still yummy. Thanks for the recipe!
Oh isn't that so silly? Here in the US we can't grow them, but can buy them from the Canadians. I heard rumors that was going to change. Just think of all the $$ the US and Australia are missing out on by not growing it!
Have you ever tried it? How about hempseed oil? Is that illegal too? Just curious.
Last edited by marykays1 : 12-10-2010 at 09:26 AM.
First post here,kinda lurk and snag recipes here and there.This was sooo good I had to commet,I made them a few days ago and I am makeing them tonight.Only my second burger recipe Ive made,but they made me very happy,I was having some cravings and these more then qwenched the crave.I will be makeing these for my first pizza soon....... they tasted so close to a buger I was amazed,everyone should give these babies a try
I've been coming to this site for all the amazing recipes lately and I've just got to post... I doubt anyone remembers me from the rawfoodtalk site and then I moved over here for a brief bit before I quit doing raw....
anyway.. I'm about to have my first baby and I'm really feeling like I need to go back to raw.. at least 50% if not more... so I'm trying out new recipes. I just made these right now and omg, yum! Mine aren't 100% raw because my walnuts weren't raw and I don't have access to my dehydrator right now so I stuck them in the oven on the lowest temp (200)... which I know isn't raw.. but I wanted to harden them up. I tasted the "meat" mixture after it was all assembled in the bowl and wow, tasted soooooo good!
One thing I did different was I used "beef fajita meat" spice instead of the hamburger spice and I used a green pepper instead of a jalapeno cause that's what I had in my fridge.
even though it's not 100% raw I know it's healthier and better than a real burger! Anyway.. thanks .. this is definitely a winner of a recipe!
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