Mock Salmon Pate

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Mock Salmon Pate

Think living an alkaline high raw foods lifestyle is boring? Try mock salmon pate!

Once I learned how to beat my stage IV cancer without traditional protocols, this way of living became our way.

Raw food recipes can be so delicious and easy, as well as healthy.

Although I include nut recipes as an exception, I do enjoy them. This particular mock salmon pate is mouth watering and very versatile. Use it in a wrap, with crackers or raw veggies, over a salad and anything you can think of. Sometimes I will simply take a piece of endive or romaine to use as a boat and add the pate topped with sprouts and/or veggies. What can be easier than that?




Being leafy-greens, scallions naturally contain more plant-derived antioxidants, and dietary fiber than their fellow allium members like onions, shallots, etc. 100 g fresh spring onions provide 2.6 g or 7% of daily-recommended levels of fiber.

Sea Salt

sea-saltSea salt is created naturally as ocean water evaporates. Sea salt contains minerals that table salt does not contain naturally, including iron, iodine, sulfur and magnesium. Sea salt also does not contain some of the unnatural ingredients that table salt contains. Sea salt is mined from protected shore areas in areas created specifically for the mining of sea salt.
Equipment: Food Processor


Mock Salmon Pate
  • 2 cups walnuts or sunflower seeds
  • 1 scallion
  • 1 red bell pepper
  • 1 teaspoon sea salt
  • 2 stalks celery
  1. Combine all ingredients in a food processor until smooth
Elaine’s Tasty Tips:[br] – This delicious pate can be served as, in a wrap , over a salad or with crackers[br] – Sometimes I make celery or endive boats[br] – Terrific to spoon on raw veggies sliced like cucumbers


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In health and gratitude,

Elaine & Nevin

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  1. marianne June 17, 2014 at 8:25 am - Reply

    was wondering if a different nut would work, as I rather dislike walnuts? maybe hazelnuts?

    • Elaine Gibson August 20, 2014 at 11:06 am - Reply

      Hi Marianne,

      Absolutely, use anything you love.

      Actually, most often, I use the almond pulp from my almond milk.

      Be sure to le tme know how it comes out.


  2. susan April 4, 2015 at 9:11 pm - Reply

    Hello, Thanks for the great recipes. What kind of crackers do you use? I thought I heard you say that you made your own crackers in your juicing video.

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