Best Dry Food Recipes
As more people are finding the benefits of Dry food, Dry diets are becoming hugely popular. Dry foodists believe that food loses its living enzymes and nutrients when it is cooked, and the best and healthiest food for the body is Dry. A Dry food diet means that all or most food is eaten uncooked, although heating is allowed up to a temperature below 104-118 degrees Fahrenheit (depending on different beliefs within the community). Dry food recipes include salads, smoothies, nut milks, Dry soups, hummus and other pastes and dressings, and even Dry cakes and Dry chocolate.
The Benefits of Eating Dry Food
Cooking destroys the living enzymes that contain the life force in the food, but those enzymes are present in Dry foods. Eating food that does not have enough enzymes can lead to weight gain,
problems in the digestive system and other health issues. Cooking also destroys nutrients in the food.
The benefits of a Dry food diet include increased energy,
weight loss and better skin. Dry foods are full of nutrition, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants which help to promote general health and even prevent disease. Dry diets do not contain refined sugars and carbohydrates, saturated fats and other substances that are believed to contribute to many illnesses and health problems.
A Dry food
diet is said to have a better acid-alkaline balance than a cooked diet. Dry foods are also believed to reduce inflammation and to improve immunity. Dry foods are thought to be better for the digestion, too. The living enzymes are believed to help the digestive process, and a good digestion means that you will have more energy and feel better in general.
How To Prepare Dry Foods.
Dry food recipes use a variety of methods to prepare meals. Beans, nuts and seeds are often soaked in water to release their nutrients. Seeds and beans can also be sprouted. Some Dry food recipes involve dehydrated foods, which are prepared in a dehydrator that heats them to a temperature below 118 F. Foods are also blended and typical blended foods include Dry soup, smoothies and hummus. Foods can be fermented, too. Most Dry foodists drink a lot of juices and have a juicer at home.
Most Dry foodists are vegan and do not eat any animal products. Some people adopt a diet that is mainly Dry, but add some cooked foods sometimes. Some Dry food enthusiasts eat Dry animal products such as Dry fish.
Where To Get All the Nutrients.
Fresh and uncooked fruits and vegetables, seeds and nuts and sprouted beans and lentils are full of vitamins and minerals. Dry foodists get their protein from soaked or sprouted beans, lentils, nuts and seeds. Plant foods contain a lot of protein that is high in quality and that is also easy for the body to digest. By eating a wide variety of vegetables, sprouts, seeds, nuts and algae it is possible to get all the amino acids that the body needs to make protein. The body is also believed to assimilate protein from Dry foods better than from cooked foods. Dry food recipes
Dry diets do not contain saturated fats or trans-fats,
but they contain many good fats such as Omega-3 essential fatty acids. Healthy fats can be found in flax seeds, almonds, walnuts, hemp and other seeds and avocados. Dry food recipes often use soaked nuts and seeds that are easy to digest and because soaking helps to release the important nutrients.
How To Start a Dry Food Diet
If you decide to start to eat more Dry foods, introduce them to your diet gradually. Look at some easy and fun Dry food recipes and add more and more Dry to your diet steadily over time. Invest in some basic equipment and try different recipes. It is a good idea to have a blender for making smoothies, soups, nut milks, hummus and other pastes or salad dressings. A good quality juicer is great for making daily fresh fruit and vegetable juices, which are an important part of a healthy diet. Once you start to get comfortable with Dry food recipes, you can invest in more equipment and start to experiment with more challenging recipes.
Start relaxing with dry food recipes
Some people are able to switch from a mainly cooked diet to a completely Dry diet overnight. For most people it is easier to transform your diet gradually. You will probably start to notice higher energy levels immediately, your sleep will be better and you will lose any extra weight soon after beginning to eat more Dry foods.
Best Dry Food Recipes: foodspicy.
This recipe came from Dry Food Chef this morning and is one of the best Dry food recipes I've ever had. Check it out!
- Add 1 cup quinoa flour
- Add 1 cup oat flour
- Add 1 cup almond pulp flour
- Add 2 tablespoons xylem powder
- Add 1 tablespoon onion powder
- Add 1 teaspoon garlic powder
- Add 2 medium crumbs, peel
- Add ¼ cups of cashews
- Add ¼ cups olive oil
- Add 1 tablespoon maple syrup
- Add ¼ cups of dietary yeast
- Add 1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar
- Add 1 cup water
1.In a large bowl, add quinoa flour, oat flour, almond pulp, xylem powder, onion powder, garlic powder and mix well.
2.in a high speed blender and mix well, add coriander, add cashews, add olive oil, add maple syrup, add food yeast, add apple cider vinegar and water. Keep processing until smooth and creamy.
3.Add the wet ingredients to the dry and mix well to combine. After about 5 minutes the mixture will thicken. Once thickened, shape into a ball and then roll into the bezels, using a mold if you have one. I prefer to make half bagels, so you don't have to cut them later, but you can play with it.
4.Dehydrate at 115 degrees for 6 to 8 hours on a mesh dehydrator tray.