SAVORY RAW VEGAN CREPE FILLING | EASY RECIPE | dara dubinet

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15 Comments

  1. Alicia Holloway says:

    EVERYTHING LOOK SO GOOOD. YUMMY.
    LOVE UR GARDEN & KITCHEN :-)

  2. nerina d'istra says:

    this is absolutely the best video (I enjoy them all) and the recipe is
    divine. watch out the restaurants don’t steal this. enjoyed the trip to
    the garden; wish you did videos on the patio, miss LA just sometimes, it’s
    nice to see glimpses of it Venice? I thought you were in Santa Monica.

  3. Rich Frisk says:

    Thank you Dara, that is a good!!!

  4. Rebecca Hornbeam says:

    Cool video. Yummy crepe……My daughter Sky (5 yrs) was playing the other
    day pretending to be you making a raw pack lunch for her little
    brother…….Have you read anything about the Findhorn Garden in Scotland,
    UK?

  5. icke11234 says:

    There’s nothing like homegrown, is there?

  6. Lauren Nastasi says:

    Absolutely gorgeous! Oh my lord, your garden! Swoon! Makes me so excited
    for summer! Can’t wait to plant again!! Xo

  7. Alysha Cleavin says:

    Hey dara i am having vegan jack potatoes ,my special question is can you
    make a video on how to make a vegan sour cream ? 🙂 xx that would be so
    cool 

  8. tall vegan girl says:

    what are your thoughts on different dehydrators? what made you choose the
    Cabela model? do you think its as good or better than an Excalibur or
    Sedona? also what kind of pan did you use… the one with a blue handle? is
    it nonstick? thanks great vids!

  9. Cathy Anderson says:

    beautiful beautiful meal!! love that Macadamia Crème with the little
    chopped bits added !! thanks Dara!! and loving that California sunshine!

  10. Emma Meyers says:

    Loved this video dara!

  11. Jeffrey Gill says:

    are you against tofu? silken tofu would be a good base for this sauce, as
    opposed to the cashews

  12. Andrea C. says:

    If you chop off the green part of the onion and leave the white and roots
    in the ground it will grow back.

  13. The Natural Way of Healing says:

    This looks excellent! Got my mouth watering thats for sure!

  14. kamala says:

    maybe have 2 borage plants — one for the honey bees, they LOVE borage

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