Rawcamole Superfood!

The idea for this guacamole recipe is taken from “Cancer Step Outside the Box” by Ty Bollinger.  He states that this type of dip is very alkalizing for the body and a great anti-cancer treat to enjoy!  One of the great benefits also, is that this guacamole is RAW, no cooking and destroying of enzymes, etc.  The combination of all these fresh, raw ingredients makes this dip a superfood!  And it is, hands down, an awesome guacamole!

Ingredients:
2 Ripe Avocados (spoon out the green edible portions of the avocados)

2 Roma Tomatoes (one whole, one chopped)

4 Strips of Red Bell Pepper (I do an entire red pepper!)

1 Tbsp Fresh Lime Juice (I’ve used Fresh Lemon Juice also)

Large Handful of Fresh Cilantro  (mmm, have you ever smelled fresh cilantro?!)

1 tsp. salt (or more, season to taste)

Small Chunk of Raw Onion

1 Garlic Clove

Other Optional Ingredients:  Oregano, Olive Oil

Place all ingredients, except your one chopped Roma tomato, in a blender.  Blend until smooth and creamy.  Put in bowl with your chopped tomato, stir, and serve!  It looks so pretty in a nice glass bowl, great for entertaining guests!

My favorite way to eat this is with tortilla chips or spread on a wrap!  But you can also spread on crackers, sandwiches, or even use as a veggie dip.  And have you tried guacamole on a taco, mmm…

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3 thoughts on “Rawcamole Superfood!

  1. I’m so glad you have this recipe on your blog. It was SOOOO yummy. Thanks for sharing. I’m thinking of making it on Monday and using it for my lunch throughout the week. How long does it typically stay good for you?

  2. Well, it’s not in the fridge for more than 24 hours around my house! But if it had to be, I’d imagine it’d keep for a few days at least. Guacamole tends to turn a browner color after sitting for a while, but usually some stirring can refresh it. So long answer short… I’m not exactly sure how long it would keep.

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