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I love fruit salad in the summer time. This recipe is inspired by a cookbook "The Love & Lemons". I use my favorite stone fruit such as white peach to substitute the mozzarella cheese for the vegan diet. You can just use the classic mozzarella or the vegan one.
A dog ran down a Bronx street. Unfortunately, the dog was run over by a car. As a 12 year old, I was profoundly moved by seeing this. I became an ethical vegetarian that day. Years later, I read “Dick Gregory’s Natural Diet for Folks who Eat: Cookin’ with Mother Nature.” It was the funniest and most inspiring book about politics, food, diet, vegetarianism, fruitarians and breatharians I had ever read! The salad section explains that avocados, peppers, olives, squash, cucumbers and tomatoes are fruits! In Mr. Gregory’s book he emphasized the importance of eating raw fruits and vegetables, especially salad. This most unusual fruit salad is dedicated to Mr. Gregory.
In a pinch: Allergic to peppers? Use zucchini or yellow squash instead.
One of the first recipes I made as a newbie vegetarian, this dish has become a go-to comfort food and a roommate favorite. Rich in healthy fats and vitamin E, avocados are a healthy and playful alternative to traditional pasta sauces!
*If you do not have a blender or food processor, you can mash the avocados with a fork, mince the garlic, and combine with the oil and herbs in a bowl to create the sauce.
** This recipe is best enjoyed upon preparation.