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White Enchilada Sauce

This white sauce actually has a tint of green or red depending upon the color of your jalapeños.

Ingredients:

2 19-oz cans coconut milk
1 jalapeño, seeded
1 tsp minced garlic
1 to 2 limes, juiced
1 to 2 cups cilantro, chopped
-a bit of sweetener, to taste

Instructions: Combine all ingredients except cilantro and sweetener into a blender and blend until smooth. Pour sauce into a pan and boil. Reduce to simmer and add cilantro. Simmer for about one hour or until sauce thickens to your liking. The last ingredient you should add is a bit of sweetener to taste.

We love this sauce over burritos and enchiladas, and also over Mexican salads. Our children like to top their enchilada with this sauce and then add a bit of grated cheese. They put this into the toaster oven and broil until the cheese melts. It comes out just Cafe Rio or Costa Vida smothered burritos and enchiladas. The kids cannot tell the difference!

The above picture is borrowed. Maybe tonight we can create a real picture of what this looks like when it includes everything:)

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I was so excited when I saw the title of this recipe. And so hopeful this was an uncooked, healthy recipe. As was I anxious to read the "chichen" dish that I received from you. (It had CHICKEN in it!)  I know I can leave the cheese off the top, but this just looks too over the top full of fat for me to even want to make.

What happened to all your creative ideas that were raw and wonderful? I'm really surprised with some of your recipes of late. What happened to Daniel's Diet?  Or Genesis 1:29?  I come here for vegan inspiration and hopefully raw, living food education. Did I miss a post where things were changing?

Just my ponderings and observations...............Shari

Stay excited! Within the parameters of the Lord's seven health counsels and promises are many choices, including the choice to enjoy a raw vegan recipes; or to enjoy a cooked and raw vegan diet, or to enjoy a nearly vegan diet that includes a sparing use of animal-based foods... I will be teaching how to do all three successfully so that I can help the most people possible and not just those who are seeking vegan or raw vegan recipes, although during the next three months my primary focus will be upon raw recipes.

However, my objective will remain to enable solutions that help others and so I will also speak freely of how to best employ cooked foods with these raw dishes and even a sparing use of animal-based foods. The Lord has given this freedom and I trust him more than my own puristic tendencies.  The above picture will be replaced after we have this meal again. As I said, this is a borrowed picture, and while it is representative, it is not precisely the look we end up with.

There are only five recipes on this entire website that include animal-based foods. Given that they also fall within the parameters of the Lord's counsels and promises it would be very strange indeed if I were not to include them or if I were to allow the demonstration of a sparing use of animal-based foods to sour me on the full breadth of good that is trying to be accomplished here.

In seeking to help others I recently had a major stupor while consulting a client on what I thought they needed. I learned after much prayer and going an entirely different direction than I had planned on going, that the true need of this suffering individual included healing soups made from the bones of animals. That person spent nearly a year in bed and dropped down to 60 pounds. I am grateful for a God who has ordained the use of plants and animals for our use and who will tell us when and how to use them to best benefit us. I learned through subjecting myself to the Lord's promptings that purism can be and is idolatry if we put it ahead of the Lord's direct counsels to us or to others. Raw vegan can be either, a blessing or idolatry. In the case of this woman, raw foods rotted in her gut and would not digest. This remained the case until her gut was healed. Even now she is not back to full strength and requires a much different approach to things than that which I normally give. She is a lesson for all of us to go to the Lord and subject our will to his will so that we can learn from the Master what is best for us. As we know his heart and mind concerning us and do it, all will be well.

Many good raw recipes will follow during the next 90 days, but not to support a presumed pure form of eating; rather, to help you, myself, and others who are so counseled by the Lord to do so, to know more easily how to be satisfied and blessed with a raw vegan diet. I hope that everyone will make allowances and room for the variety of choices the Lord has put before us, which qualify us to lay hold upon his promises, and that no one will be soured as I also teach how to make healing broths or anything else that may employ the use of animal-based foods. Best!

 

Shari said:

I was so excited when I saw the title of this recipe. And so hopeful this was an uncooked, healthy recipe. As was I anxious to read the "chichen" dish that I received from you. (It had CHICKEN in it!)  I know I can leave the cheese off the top, but this just looks too over the top full of fat for me to even want to make.

What happened to all your creative ideas that were raw and wonderful? I'm really surprised with some of your recipes of late. What happened to Daniel's Diet?  Or Genesis 1:29?  I come here for vegan inspiration and hopefully raw, living food education. Did I miss a post where things were changing?

Just my ponderings and observations...............Shari

I would love to hear how you make the actual burrito! And thank you for your response. To add to it, we are all in different places of moving toward better health...this dish may be one of the healthiest dishes someone has ever made! I also have to cook for my husband who doesn't eat very healthy, and when I can make a meal that he likes that is "healthier" than what he would make, I am happy to do so!

 

 

 

Thank you Dani,

I want to also add that amazing results have been demonstrated throughout the world for raw vegans, cooked and raw vegans, and also for those who eat mostly a plant-based diet, but who also include a sparing use of animal-based foods, as evidenced in a number of populations studies. By comparison, I've also seen many imbalances created among those who subscribe to every popular or traditional dietary lifestyle that is promoted today. Hopefully, we can each do our best to help steady the ship of balance as we go forward. My primary goal as it pertains to dietary instruction is to help others center their eating on plant-based foods (cooked and raw). Secondarily, I would like a balanced discussion about how to employ animal-based foods in ways that support good health and that support each of you who must prepare food for many, just as Dani has described. I believe it would be folly for us to not meet the primary and secondary objectives stated above. In addition to these two objectives, I hope to help as many as possible learn to receive instructions directly from the Master concerning these issues.

Dani said:

I would love to hear how you make the actual burrito! And thank you for your response. To add to it, we are all in different places of moving toward better health...this dish may be one of the healthiest dishes someone has ever made! I also have to cook for my husband who doesn't eat very healthy, and when I can make a meal that he likes that is "healthier" than what he would make, I am happy to do so!

 

 

 

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