Chef AK | Drop the Beet Cake Ingredients The Crust ½ cup raw walnuts ½ cup dates, pitted dash of sea salt dash of cinnamon The Beet Cheeze 1 cup raw cashews, soaked 1 hour in water then drained 1/2 cup raw beet, peeled and quartered 1/3 cup extra virgin coconut oil, warmed so its liquid* 1/4 cup packed pitted dates 2 tablespoons raw agave syrup 1/8 teaspoon sea salt 2 tablespoons lemon juice (juice from 1 lemon) 1/4 cup water as needed Instructions The Crust Place walnuts in a food processor fitted with the s-blade and process until they resemble fine crumbs. Add dates, sea salt, and cinnamon and pulse until incorporated. Because all fresh ingredients vary, to know your crust is perfect, you should be able to pinch it between your fingers and it stays together (see middle picture above). Divide the mixture over 2 tea saucer sized dishes and press into plate, creating a crust. Set aside No need to rinse the processor, we’re moving onto the beet cheeze next! The Beet Cheeze Place drained cashews, beets, coconut oil, dates, agave, salt and lemon juice into the food processor, fitted with the s-blade. Process until smooth, adding water as needed - the sides may need to be scraped down from time to time. Putting it together Grab your crusts and place your DIY mold on top and divide the beet cheeze mixture between your two crusts. I used a small offset spatula to smooth down the top of the surface. Place in fridge for 1-2 hours to set or freezer for hour or less, to set. When you remove the set cheeze cake in the mold, just gently pry the plastic from the sides of the cheeze. I started to use a knife but it wasn't necessary, it slipped off very easily. Yay!+ More details
Kirby Liesmann recently started riding for Marine Max and Nautique at Lake of the Ozarks. We had been trying to get together to film something for them and we finally made it happen the first weekend in November. We lucked out big time with beautiful weather. It was a bit windy but we found some great water. Finding good water at the Ozarks is much easier in the off season. We filmed for two days and had lots of good help. Kirby's new G23 hasn't arrived yet, so Marine Max was gracious enough to let us use one of theirs for both days. We had two great drivers, and Austin let us use his 230 to chase. This is the shorter of two edits. The longer version have more information about Kirby's School of Wake and all the great stuff that will be happening next summer.+ More details
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