I am usually one for whipping up quick simple dishes, but whenever my son, Nick, visits I always ask him to make this amazing dish from my book Beautiful on Raw-UnCooked Creations. This dish has such a rich flavor, you will definitely remember it for a long time to come. Not to be indulged in too often!
If you are transitioning to the raw food diet, avocado is likely a staple in your diet. You can prepare this simple, yet delicious and beautiful dish for any crowd, composed of raw foodists or otherwise.
If you feel you prefer something substantial for your meal, there is always a sandwich to fill that need – and yes, you can make it raw!
Adding mushrooms to the kale salad gives the feeling of fullness we usually expect from a meal, while sauerkraut adds the zing and healthy probiotics to the mix.
While traditional tabbouleh is prepared using bulgur wheat, we’ll make a lighter version using cauliflower instead.
A savory shake for guacamole lovers. It’s thick and filling enough to make a great summer lunch.
This is an old favorite from my motherland. These raw cultured vegetables can be a good addition to your menu as you are transitioning to the raw food diet. The enzymes in cultured vegetables also help digest other foods eaten with them. And best of all: it’s very easy to make and you will not have to use your stove!
Aside from juicing, one of my favorite ways to use fresh beets is this classic Russian Borsch recipe (modified to be raw of course) from Quantum Eating.