Delicious Tomato-Cucumber Dressing : A Raw Food Recipe by Dr. Gabriel Cousens

Saturday Oct 1, 2011 | BY |
| Comments (7)

Dr-Gabriel-Cousens-Tomato-Cucumber-Dressing
Soaked, sun-dried tomatoes are one of the key ingredients in Dr. Gabriel Cousen’s raw recipe for Tomato-Cucumber Dressing, from his book ‘Conscious Eating.’

Tomato-Cucumber Dressing – A Raw Recipe from Gabriel Cousens, M.D.

Following is a low-glycemic, live-food recipe by Dr. Gabriel Cousens, featured in his book Conscious Eating. This delicious recipe is great for everyone – even those who do not have any blood-sugar related health challenges!

Prep time: 15 minutes

Serves: 1-2

1 cucumber
1 cup sesame mylk
1/4 cup sun-dried tomatoes, soaked
2 Tbs raw apple cider vinegar
1 tsp mellow miso
Juice of 1 lemon

Blend all of the ingredients together, except for the miso, until smooth. Add the miso and blend for another 30 seconds. Enjoy!

Dr. Gabriel Cousens

Dr. Gabriel Cousens

Gabriel Cousens is the author of seven internationally acclaimed books, including Spiritual Nutrition and Creating Peace by Being Peace. Known worldwide as a spiritual teacher and the leading expert in live, plant-source nutrition, Dr. Cousens functions as a holistic physician, psychiatrist, family therapist, and cutting edge researcher on healing diabetes naturally.

He holds an M.D. from Columbia Medical School, a doctorate in homeopathy, and diplomas in Ayurveda, clinical acupuncture, and holistic medicine. His multi-cultural background as an ordained rabbi, an acknowledged yogi, and a four-year Native American sundancer, adds insight to his “whole-person enlightenment” teachings.

Dr. Cousens is the founder and director of the Tree of Life Foundation and the Tree of Life Rejuvenation Center, an innovative holistic retreat center for the renewal of body, mind, and spirit, based in Patagonia, Arizona. In his book, There Is A Cure For Diabetes, Dr. Cousens presents his rejuvenation center’s program for reversing diabetes naturally.

7 COMMENTS ON THIS POST

Comments are closed for this post.

  1. LynnCS says:

    Thank you, Kevin and AnnMarie. I have tried to send a few links about raw food and it’s teachers to my soon to be 20 yr old granddaughter who has Type I diabetes. This is a great article for her. I have forwarded the information to her and am very excited for myself too. I learn a lot from you and am thankful. Lynn

  2. barbara g. says:

    This dressing looks delicious. I will definitely make this, I eat alot of salad.
    Thank for posting it.

    Can’t wait for your report on the Longevity Conference.

  3. krista says:

    How do you make sesame mylk? Can something else replace it?

  4. Christine says:

    I spent a month at the Tree of Life through their Seva program (exchange of work for room and board) and it’s an experience I will never forget. The food was indeed amazing, with incredible spreads of sprouts, greens, and all manner of dishes the kitchen would come up with.

    Have fun at the Longevity Conference, and learn lots of stuff to report back to us… :)

  5. These look great and what an inspiration your lives are!!

  6. theresa carruthers says:

    Kevin & Maryann You are a breath of fresh air! Thank God for the work you are doing. I have a number a digestive and colon problems which are deep rooted. I have been trying for 3 yrs to get bowel functions normal. Do you do any consult work or recommend. Thank you

  7. Andrea says:

    I have a question–in Ayurveda I’ve learned there are certain food combining practices. I believe I read that tomatoes, cucumbers, and lemon do not go well together. So is the recipe given here following the Ayurvedic principles?

    Comments are closed for this post.