Monday, September 29, 2008

Solar Energy Papaya Bread Recipe

Papaya (Carica papaya) must certainly be considered as a "Healing" fruit. Beyond its pleasant taste similar to pineapple and peach but less acid, Papaya has many medicinal properties and is famed for its effect on the digestive process.

Raw Food Enzymes? The Papaya is famous for Papain an enzyme which aids digestion and is used in topical ointments for skin care throughout the world.

For a quick resource on Papaya see Then come back and lets make some Papaya Bread. Solar Baked of course.

This Recipe like the earlier Carrot Bread is from The Natural Foods No-Cook Book by John Tobe (Out of Print)

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PAPAYA BREAD from The Natural Foods No-Cook Book from the 70's

1 1/2 cups whole wheat flour
1 1/2 cups whole rye flour
1 small papaya, juice and pulp

Mix the two flours together
Add the remaining ingredients and enough water to make a batter.
Roll out on a floured board and cut into squares or use cookie cutter.
Place in Hot Sun to Dry.

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Sunday, September 21, 2008

Recipe..No Bake Carrot Bread

No Bake Carrot Bread recipe...

From John H Tobe's "The Natrual Foods No-Cook Book" This book is out of print. A paperback copy is listed at one of the rare book sites for $47. Hardback copies go for $70-$90. So start looking in your local used bookstore. It has over a thousand No-Cook recipes and a No-cook menu plan for 365 days a year.


2 cups wheat flour (or use your imagination...chia seed flour?)
1/4 cup Honey
2/3 cup Carrot Juice
1/3 cup Thick Cream (more imagination?)

Mix the honey, carrot juice, and cream together, and gradually add the flour.

Knead until a nice dough consistency is obtained.

Roll out on a floured board to about 1/4 inch thick

Use the rim of a drinking glass to cut out round shapes from flattened dough or cut into squares as desired.

Place pieces of dough on a tray and place in the refrigerator until dough becomes firm.