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Lemony Tahini Probiotic Dressing

A dear friend of mine stopped by to give me a bag of lemons off her tree. How I love lemons!! - you can slice them and put them in your morning water, you can zest an organic lemon and brighten up a salad, a sauce or spread. Lemons are delicious in teas, and are often used to treat colds, coughs and to improve blood circulation. Tahini is the buttery spread that is made from ground sesame seeds. It has a ton of calcium and is also a good source of protein. I love to drizzle this tahini sauce on grilled summer vegetables, but can also be used to dress a salad, or as a dip for your fresh cut cucumbers and carrots.


Blend the following in your food processor:


¼ cup tahini that is well stirred

3 tablespoons fresh lemon juice

2 garlic crushed cloves

2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil

1 cup muun chi CoCoFir

Kosher salt and cayenne pepper to taste


Let me know how you’re using this versatile dressing. I’d love to hear your creativity! And if you are enjoying the combination of flavors! Enjoy this light probiotic dressing!

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