This seasonal dish works well for breakfast or as a spread on raw crackers.
Vegan & Raw Food Recipes with Dates
Fruit leather can be made with any type of fruit in season, as long as it is totally ripe, and doesn’t have any bad spots. It makes a perfect snack for children, and is a convenient way to preserve nature’s bounty without adding any preservatives!
Velvety texture of the pudding will melt in your mouth releasing the antioxidant power of one of the most nutritious berries on earth – Goji.
This unique take on the traditional Russian fermented drink – Kvass – will not only introduce you to a new flavor, but will also give you the benefits of fermented veggies: consuming them helps prevent the overgrowth of pathogenic bacteria in your colon while replenishing the friendly kind.
If you have veggie juice and almond milk prepared in advance, it won’t take long to prepare this popular drink for the holiday celebration. Surprisingly light, refreshing, and tasting much like the traditional eggnog, this beverage is sure to have your guests asking for a refill.
Without a doubt the best way to eat mulberries is straight from the tree (or from the ground, since mulberries fall down when they are perfectly ripe). If you’d like to make this delicious berry a part of your dessert dish, here’s a simple cake you can whip up a jiffy, if you have soaked nuts and frozen bananas on hand (and a mulberry tree covered in berries somewhere in the neighborhood); ok well maybe it does take a little preparation.
Here are some ideas for any 4th of July party you may be hosting or attending. These finger foods are sure to delight any crowd.
America’s favorite pie is climbing up a few notches on the health scale. Sugar-free, gluten-free, soy-free, corn-free, casein-free, and cooking-free! What better way to introduce your family and friends to raw foods?
Enjoy the familiar taste of sushi minus the cooked rice. Our raw sushi is just as delicious as the traditional version, and a little practice will make you into a perfect sushi roller in no time.
We invite you to celebrate Easter with Paskha, an Eastern Orthodox Easter dish, traditionally made from sweetened cottage cheese in the form of a cone or a pyramid with a flattened top. Even though you won’t find cottage cheese among the ingredients in this recipe, this nut-and-fruit Paskha will be a delicious and welcome addition to your Easter festivities.