Açai tapenade and black olives

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Recipe and picture by @marie_shaktini.

Acai is a small fruit of a gigantic Amazonian palm.

1 to 2 tbsp per day in a smoothie, a banana, in vegetable yogurts, on sweet potatoes or root vegetables... as a tapenade as in the picture!


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  • - +/- 200 g of pitted black olives
  • - 25 g of pitted Agen prunes
  • - 1 clove of garlic
  • - 4 tbsp olive oil or others
  • - 1 handful of activated sunflower seeds (1 day or 1 night in water)
  • - 1 to 2 tbsp of powdered acai
  • - The juice of half a lemon


Pits the prunes and olives.

Peel the garlic clove.

Mix all the ingredients together in a blender.

Add oil and mix until you get the texture of your choice

Tips: Once opened, the package must be well resealed and placed in a cool place, it can be consumed up to a month and a half or even two months after opening if stored well.

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