Why are you making your own fruit and vegetable granola?

The fruit and veg on your plate is a lot like the vegetable in your fridge, but with a twist: it is now made from scratch.

And, unlike your average granola, it is not made from grains.

Instead, it’s made from a mixture of berries, dried herbs, nuts and seeds.

The result is a super nutritious treat that you can eat for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

“This is the first time we have been able to use the whole fruit of our fruit trees and the whole plant to make this granola.

It’s really easy to make,” says Maria-Jane Kuehn, one of the world’s leading experts on fruit and plant nutrition.

The fruit itself is sweet, juicy and full of vitamins A, C and E, and contains about 30 different compounds.

And unlike the standard granola that comes in a jar, this one is made from an organic, all-natural product called almond milk.

“It’s really good for you,” says Kuehm.

She adds that almond milk is very high in protein, which means that it will help your body to burn fat more easily.

And because it’s natural, you can make your own homemade granola at home in just a few minutes.

Here’s how to make almond milk and other delicious vegan granola recipes.

1.

Use almond milk to make granola recipe 1.

First, you need to know how to use almond milk, so you can start making your very own vegan granolas at home.

To make your very first batch of vegan granados, just add 1 cup of almonds to a small saucepan and bring to a simmer.

(It should start to boil as soon as you add the water.)

Then add the rest of the ingredients, including water, sugar and salt, and simmer for about a minute.

2.

Next, you’ll need to make a base for your vegan granadons.

In a large bowl, combine almond milk with the berries, herbs and seeds and stir to combine.

(Be careful not to overmix your granola mix, as this can make it lumpy.)

3.

Next add in the nuts, seeds and dried herbs and stir until combined.

4.

Next stir in the melted coconut oil and continue stirring until the mixture comes together.

5.

Add the milk and stir gently for a few seconds to get the consistency you want.

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Add in the chopped nuts, dried beans and dried vegetables and stir well.

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Now, you’re ready to make your vegan almond milk granados.

1) Blend together the berries and herbs with a food processor until they are a powder.

2) Heat your nonstick frying pan over medium-high heat.

Add a few tablespoons of almond milk at a time and stir with a wooden spoon.

3) Pour the mixture into a container, such as a glass, and seal tightly with a small piece of parchment paper.

4) Heat in a food storage container and store in the fridge for up to two weeks.

When ready to eat, simply slice into half-inch pieces.

Recipe Video: How to make vegan almond and vegan granado recipe from The Vegetarian Cookbook: Vegan Granadons, Recipes and How-To’s, by Maria-Jana Kruehn (Verso, £14.99).

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