Eat to Live: Tahini Date Spread

Tahini Date Spread Recipe from Dr. Fuhrman's book EAT TO LIVE recipe sectionI’m up to something new!  I’ve decided I’m going to make and post the recipes from Dr. Fuhrman’s book “Eat to Live” under the “7 Days of Vegetarian Meal Plans (For Aggressive Weight Loss),” that you can find starting on page 240.  When I completed the 6 week plan I didn’t take the time to make many of the recipes in the book, I basically just stuck to the nutritarian guidelines and made what I could within those parameters.  Now, I’m no longer a nutritarian novice and I’m in this for the long haul (not just a quick fix), so I need to take the time to try these recipes out!  I’m so glad I started with Dr. Fuhrman’s Portobello Red Pepper Pita recipe and this amazing tahini spread!

Dr Fuhrman Tahini Date Spread Recipe MyMommaToldMe.comWhen I first snuck a taste of this spread I was immediately in love!  It has a wonderful nutty taste, with just a hint of sweetness from the dates.  It tastes incredible by itself but when you add it with the Portobello Red Pepper Pita it becomes out-of-this-world delicious!

Ingredients for Dr Fuhrman Tahini Date Spread Recipe MyMommaToldMe.comMade with just a few whole ingredients and a high speed blender, you can make a batch of this sauce that will last your dipping and spreading needs for about a week (mine lasted for 2 weeks because I only used it when I made the pita recipe, which BTW we’ve had 4 times in 2 weeks).

Tahini Date Spread Vitamix Dr. Fuhrman Recipe by MyMommaToldMe.comTwo things I can’t recommend enough: (1) a Vitamix (I have never regretted this major life purchase!) and (2) theses cute half-pint mason jars (perfect for storing all the incredible vegan sauces you make in your Vitamix!)!

TAHINI DATE SPREAD by Dr. Fuhrman, found on page 278 of “Eat to Live”

Ingredients:

  • 3/4 cup raw tahini
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 1 tbsp. fresh lemon juice
  • 1 medjool date, pitted and chopped
  • 1 clove garlic
  • 1 tbsp. no salt seasoning
  • 1 tsp. Bragg Liquid Aminos or low-sodium soy sauce

Directions: Blend all the ingredients together in a food processor or high-powered blender until creamy!

Portobello Red Pepper Pitas with extra Tahini Date Sauce by MyMommaToldMe.comSmother this sauce all over your Portobello Red Pepper Pitas, see recipe here!

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Hi, I’m Kristen! I adopted a nutritarian lifestyle over four years ago and have been sharing my experiences ever since. I’ve found that a successful life stems from eating to live and it’s my mission to make this lifestyle doable for everyone who’s ready to end their issues with troubled eating, weight gain and food-related disease! If you make one of my recipes make sure to tag @hellonutritarian on Instagram or Facebook so I can show you some love!

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    1. Kristen

      Hi melmoo! So I used a freeze-dried herb blend I found at Sprouts it’s called “LITEHOUSE Salad Herb Blend.” I have also used Trader Joe’s “21 Seasoning Salute” which is salt free! Hope this helps and I can’t wait to know how you like the recipe!

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  1. anna

    Hello, I love your blog! Do you know of an onion, garlic, salt-free seasonings? I do not onion or garlic and thinking I probably need to make my own mix. Thanks.

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    1. Kristen Post author

      Hi Anna!

      Thanks so much for the kind words! So, no I don’t know of one off hand!

      If you make one please come on back and post the recipe for others–I’m sure it would be really helpful!!

      xo, Kristen

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