Guyabano is in season!!!
Guyabano is what Filipinos call soursop. A really nutritious fruit, believed to be anti-cancer. It can be tart but if you pick it fresh from the tree you could hit the jackpot and have it turn out sweet. Here’s a recipe for the majority of us who do not have a guyabano tree. It is adapted from a well-loved Pinoy recipe and adjusted for raw vegans. I hope you try it and let me know how you like it!
Lagkitan is a banana variety that is small and much sweeter than a regular grocery banana.
2 cups deseeded guyabano flesh
1 cup homemade pumpkin seed mylk or pili nut mylk
4 frozen lagkitan bananas
1-2 tablespoons Grade B maple syrup, depending on how sweet your guyabano is3 tablespoons LiyfBiotic
Come to a raw vegan potluck on December 16, 3pm in Pasay City! Let's talk recipes :) Ripe fruit and other raw vegan dishes are welcome. Intermediates/experts are bringing raw vegan Italian dishes.
Disclaimer: I do not claim to have the answers to cancer. If you have cancer, you must consult with your health professional.