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Macadamia nut cheese


Nut cheese? Yes of course! And it’s delicious and healthy : )

This one is made with macadamia nuts, probiotics and some herbs.

1) Soak the nuts for a couple of hours until they get a bit swallen and soft

2) Rinse and change the water, then put the nuts in a blender and add water, (slowly!) and blend until you get a paste, should be a bit liquid but not too much, like a cream.

3) Add the probiotics, for 2 cups of nuts I put normally one or two capsules or one sachet or half a teaspoon, make you experiments because it depends on so many things like the quality of the probiotics etc.

4) Blend a bit more to mix, not too much

5) Transfer the cream obtained in a cheesecloth and hang it on a strainer or in a jar to let the excess water drop down and allow the fermentation process

6) In the hot climate, like tropics, 12 hours could be enough, in temperate climate you may want to let the fermentation going on for 24 hours or more

7) Transfer the paste (now it should definitely be more like a paste than a cream) in a bowl and add pink salt or seasalt to the taste, you can also add some herbs like tyme, coriander, cayenne pepper, basil etc. and lime or lemon juice now. I suggest to make different small batches to have different tastes, specially in the beginning.

8) Put the cheese in a small tupperware, depending on the type of nuts, the cheese will take some days to get harder, macadamia for example is quicker than cashews. I like to keep the cheesecloth inside so it become easy to take it out and check “the brick”. I know … the bigger problem is you will eat it all, more and more every time you check it out eheheh : ) 

9) Let it rest in the fridge and after 2 or 3 days you should get a firm texture.

10) If you want the rind, like the one in the picture, once the cheese is firm, you can dehydrate it for some hours

In the pics the macadamia cheese with rind. (sorry for the pics are a bit dark)


Macadamia cheese on a flax “pizza” cracker with lime, cucumber and cilantro, yummy!



Chocolate Truffles


This recipe is very easy, just soak a cup of nuts like cashews, hazelnuts, walnuts etc. (even mixed together, just have fun playing and experimenting with it, remember the first ingredient is LOVE and having fun is kinda close to the emotional state of Love : )

Cashews are quick, even only 20min are enough, hazelnuts and walnuts are a bit slower and may require some hours and almonds, even slower may require one night ore more.

After soaking for a couple of hours put in the food processor with coconut oil, raisins a bit of honey and a sprinkle of salt (always use himalayan pink or sea salt, the other one is just poison, remember is very important, I’ll talk about salt specifically in a next post)


Then as soon as you have a paste add raw cacao powder to taste and to form a mouldable sticky paste. Prepare a large cup or a dish with some cacao powder on it or dried coconut flakes and with a teaspoon you can now spoon out the paste, roll in your hands and then pass in the dish for the cacao “coating” : )   

Put the balls in the fridge, the coconut oil will get harder and everything will be ready very soon!




Tips for healthy traveling

Every time I’m traveling, in particular on airplane, I feel the body needs to re-adjust with timezones and the peristalsis and the whole metabolism get obviously affected.


From the nutritional point of view, a few useful tips you might be interested in:

Avoid all microwaved food, that’s just junk. Much better a fasting day or two : )

Or ask for a Raw Vegan meal. If the airline has this option you are going to get at least some fruits.

If you can find some fresh fruit on the way, good, otherwise is good to have some of the following to snak on along the way:

  • Flax crackers
  • Nuts and seeds (best if you can soak them and then dehydrate them again while a bit sprouted)
  • Apples, pears, bananas (I think apples are best because they travel well as they are tough)
  • Drink a lot of water, keep yourself hydrated, this is always important, in particular while traveling.
  • Superfoods like goji berries, spirulina, chlorella, dehidrated greens powders are great to help the body and also to protect from radiation (airport xrays scan). 
  • Flax seeds are really good for your body, if you can’t make crakers just gulp and handful of them down with some water, it’s good as well, better than nothing!

Bring some sodium bicarbonate to clear your mouth, avoid commercial toothpastes, there’s poisonous fluoride and other harmful chemicals in it!

If possible choose buffet breakfast in hotels where you can always find fresh fruit, veggies, honey it’s ok, perfect if it’s raw.

Always google for some health/whole food store on the arrival location, often they are nearer than you think! And it can be a good place to make new connection and hang out with like minded people as well!

For the jet lag, there are wonderful TFT sequences, TFT is the amazing Dr. Callahan Thought Field Terapy based on Tapping the Acupuncture Meridians, very effective, see here:

For more info see my friend Nadia similar blog post here:

Happy traveling! : )





Raw Food “uncooking” with Italian Chef Laura Cuccato

Great time spent with Laura, Italian Chef and Co-author of the book  “Il Crudo e’ servito”. (which means, in Italian, raw food ready on table 😉


We had good fun making great dishes like:

Zucchini Tagliatelle with curry sauce


Sunflower seed Mayo, with lime and capers, mmmm delicious!


Daikon Raw-violi stuffed with Cashews and pine nuts paste with Olive oil and persil dressing


Flax seed crackers


Qinoa, seaweeds and Radicchio (Italian red chicory) raw pie.

Chocolate and Cinnamon truffles and a lot of fresh juices and salads!


Thanks Laura and all the other great friends!