OREVER YOUNG FOOD -- a recipe provided by Louis Gittner
2 cups of peanut butter (use a ‘natural’ kind) 2 cups of raw honey 1 cup wheat germ oil 1 cup crushed ground almonds 1 cup crushed ground sunflower seeds 1 cup coconut 1 cup toasted sesame seeds 1 cup chia 1 cup lemon juice
Mix peanut butter and honey together. Add other ingredients and stir well. Store in refrigerator up to 4 months (maybe more).
This recipe is rich and you only need a tablespoon to get good benefits. Louie said that one tablespoon of this mixture had as much protein as one cup of meat.
Tip: I use a small food processor for chopping the almonds, sunflower seeds and coconut.
FOREVER YOUNG FOOD --my own version
1 to 2 cups of dry peanuts (not salted) ½ cup lemon juice 1 cup raw honey 1 cup wheat germ flakes 1 cup finely chopped almonds 1 cup finely chopped sunflower seeds 1 cup finely chopped coconut 1 cup toasted sesame seeds 1 cup finely chopped dates (dried figs could also be added or substituted for the dates) 5 heaping tablespoons flax seed powder (use the powder, not the whole seed) 8 to 12 heaping tablespoons Nutritional Yeast (not Brewers Yeast or Bread making yeast) 25 capsules of Bee Pollen (take the capsules apart and just use the Bee Pollen) 1 package dried mixed berries (cherries, raisins and cranberries) – not chopped
In a food processor, chop peanuts with lemon juice, put in large bowl. Add other ingredients and stir well. I use a small food processor to finely chop almonds, sunflower seeds, coconut and dates. Mixture will be stiff. You can roll into balls or put in a container and scoop by the tablespoon for a mid-afternoon snack. Don’t eat too much. This is a very rich combination of powerful foods.