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Recipes Session Two DVD Appendix

(Back to Eden Series 2 - with Kaye Sehm)

Grapes Appendix Contents

Chocolate vs Carob

Click the following link to read an article by Agatha M. Thrash, M.D., on Chocolate vs. Carob.
Chocolate vs. Carob Article (external link).

Yummy Pie Crust

  1. 214 cups wholemeal bread crumbs (approx 5 slices)
  2. 12 c coconut
  3. 12 c dates softened in 12 c water

Blend the bread first, then add rest of the ingredients and mix well. Add more water if necessary. Press into a greased pie dish and bake until lightly browned, about 15 mins at 180?.


  1. 300 g silken tofu
  2. 1 c raw cashews
  3. 1 x 440 g tin pineapple pieces
  4. 12 c water
  5. 2 T corn or rice flour
  6. 2 T arrowroot powder
  7. 12 c maple syrup or honey
  8. 12 c lemon juice
  9. 1 dessertspoon lemon rind
  10. 14 t Celtic sea salt
  11. Fruit to decorate

Place all ingredients except decorating fruit into blender and blend until smooth. Place in saucepan and cook until thickened. Pour filling into a prepared crust and decorate with passionfruit, kiwi fruit, strawberries etc. Place in the fridge to set

Whipped Topping

  1. 1 c water
  2. 2 t agar agar powder (slightly heaped)
  3. 12 raw cashew nuts
  4. 14 - 13 honey
  5. 12 Celtic .sea salt
  6. 1 t vanilla
  7. 1 can coconut milk (or 2 cups soy milk)

Stir together the agar and water, bring to boil and simmer for 1 - 2 minutes. Place remaining ingredients in blender and blend thoroughly until very, very smooth. Add agar mixture and add enough extra water to make a total mixture of 312 - 4 cups. (312 c for icing, 4 c for whipped topping). Pour into container, or leave entire mix in the blender, place in the fridge and allow to chill for several hours. (Since this recipe needs blending twice, you can leave the blended mixture in the blender to save the work of washing the blender twice). The set mixture is almost sliceable. Place the chilled mixture back in the blender (if your blender is lightweight, use only half the mix at a time). Cut the mixture with a knife so it will turn easier. Blend until it is the consistency of a thick cream. Try not to add more liquid when blending. The mixture will eventually be turned by the blades and become quite creamy if you carefully push it towards the blades with a spatula. Stop the blender to stir the mixture if needed. This whipped topping can be frozen and used without re-blending. Just stir the thawed topping and use.

Carob Candy Clusters

  1. 1 c soy carob buds
  2. 2 T honey
  3. 2 T almond or peanut butter or tahini
  4. 1 t vanilla

Melt together on stove. Mix in some chopped nuts. Drop on greaseproof paper and freeze. (You could add popped popcorn, dried fruit, or anything you wish)

Spread on rice cakes and freeze. Especially nice if served straight from the freezer.

Breakfast Recipe

  1. 1 c grain eg quinoa, rolled oats
  2. 2 c water
  3. 1 t Celtic sea salt
Simmer until cooked. Approx 15-20 mins. Cover with either a sweet sauce or savoury. Quinoa can be substitutes for rice in many dishes.

Important Information

This DVD series of 'Back to Eden' is comprised of 2 DVDs.

Each DVD is intended as a health education presentation based on published natural health literature, long standing holistic health practice used by physicians and other health practitioners committed to the appropriate use of holistic health solutions, as well as the experience and observations of the presenter, Kaye Sehm, over the years of her involvement in the treatment of illness with simple natural remedies.

These DVDs and the further information provided on this website should not be used by viewers to replace a patient relationship with qualified health professionals, including medical physicians.

Persons who are ill or on prescribed medication who wish to explore the benefits of natural remedies for themselves, should do so under the direction of a registered and qualified health practitioner familiar with the effects of natural remedies and prescribed medication reduction or cessation.


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