Raw Hazelnut Fudge

I was teaching Tai Chi when a new student pointed to the schedule for clarification. What! My classes were ruled over with a black marker, weird! Because I was the one who made the schedule. I questioned five of the staff and no one knew anything. They pointed to a printed note left to them from the boss, left in English, which they couldn’t read, i translated it for them but it was an unclear schedule of hours, with Tai Chi and Yoga on there, but no hours, weird. So I emailed the owner and he wrote back saying he was scaling back on yoga and tai chi. So that’s that! I thanked him for a year and a half of teaching there, but sure would’ve liked a heads-up so I could’ve told my students. There have been up to ten coming sometimes, so I guess I will have to pass the word as fast as possible! Luckily the Vilca word chain is pretty fast. And I will teach soon at the Community Center. Whew, That caught me by surprise!

Recipe of the Day – Raw Hazelnut Fudge

This fudge is  raw and vegan, and the sprouted hazelnuts are rich in energy and many nutrients.
1 c. strawberries
1 c. raw cacao powder
1 c. sprouted hazelnuts (soaked one day, sprouted one day)
1/2 c. Cacao Bliss , melted cacao butter or coconut oil
1/4 c. raw agave syrup,coconut syrup or honey
dash salt

Directions:Process all together in the food processor until it forms a ball. Chill in a small rectangular pan or cupcake papers.

Word of the Day – trabajo – work

Tip of the Day – You could also substitute peanut butter for a high protein snack with a peanut-butter-and-jelly taste.


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