{recipe} Almond Mayo


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Veggie Wraps with Almond Mayo

This is a reeeeeally easy almond mayo of sorts. I make one about every 2-3 days and then just keep it in the fridge for sandwiches and wraps. (The wraps pictured here are my Basic Veggie Wraps.)

1 cup almonds, soaked
1 cup water
Juice of 1 lime
Salt to taste

Blend well and enjoy. Keeps for several days.


Calories: 824
Fat: 71.4 g
Protein: 30.1 g
Carbohydrates: 31.0 g
Calcium: 362.2 mg (36% RDA)
Vitamin A: -

Vitamin C: 11.4 mg (15% RDA)
Vitamin D: –
Vitamin E: 36.6 mg (244% RDA)
Cholesterol: –
Copper: 1.6 mg (177% RDA)
Iron: 6.1 mg (34% RDA)

Magnesium: 393.2 mg (123% RDA)
Niacin: 5.6 mg (40% RDA)
Phosphorus: 673.7 mg (96% RDA)
Potassium: 1073.3 mg (23% RDA)
Sodium: 164.3 mg (11% RDA)
Zinc: 4.8 mg (60% RDA)


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This recipe was originally found in Raw News Bites, Eva Rawposa’s free weekly e-zine for raw food lovers and anyone looking to feel great. You can get your FREE recipes and tips, and your free subscription to Raw News Bites, at www.uncooking101.com. PLUS you will receive a link to download Eva’s book “Around the World in 8 Easy Recipes” when you sign up, as your WELCOME GIFT!

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