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#1 Old 04-12-2008, 08:29 AM
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Alright, I'm looking for a raw pie recipe that will freeze well. I have a crust made already, I just have no idea what to put in it. My husband and I don't eat the pie fast enough usually and it goes bad, so I really want to freeze it. I've got raspberries, bananas, lemons, apples and cherries on-hand. I'd prefer not to use the cherries though.
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#2 Old 04-12-2008, 01:36 PM
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Here's one idea: If you freeze a raw pie, don't thaw it to eat it. Keep it in the freezer and eat it as a frozen confection. You could use any of the ingredients you've listed in this case.
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Here's one idea: If you freeze a raw pie, don't thaw it to eat it. Keep it in the freezer and eat it as a frozen confection. You could use any of the ingredients you've listed in this case.



In due respect froggy ....that sounds rather weird to me .
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#4 Old 04-12-2008, 01:55 PM
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i have a strawberry/banana yummy recipe that i think would do quite well frozen. i just need to find the recipe.
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there it is. you could do a pie or even layer it a few layers so it's thick. it's YUMMY. i need to make it again. probably one of my favorites. my omni family even loved it.
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In due respect froggy ....that sounds rather weird to me .



I like frozen peaches and frozen berries quite a bit, which is why I was thinking that might work okay. I know what you mean, though.
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I've never tried frozen pastry but I LOVE frozen fruit, and vegetables in some cases. Frozen peas are delicious, just sit them on your tongue until the frost melts and then bite - they're so sweet. Frozen raspberries are yummy too.
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I love frozen raspberries.



When I used to work at the raw bar, we made a cheesecake. Not exactly a pie, but I would assume you could adapted it however you want. I'll look and see if I can find the recipe. I forget which book they stole it from.



This isn't the one we made, but it could be good.



HEre's another that looks good, but isn't the one we made
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how the heck do u make a pie crust?

ooo wait i just had an idea...



oooooo i have something new to bake..

lol :P
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#10 Old 06-08-2008, 04:53 PM
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baking? this is all raw food so no baking/cooking involved.
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#11 Old 06-10-2008, 05:58 AM
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At least you call baking putting that crust (or other) on your dehydrator at 110 F... which is what I'm doing right now...
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