Raw food recipes with garlic

If you want to feel more grounded and nourished after a meal, look no further than mushrooms with their earthly flavor combined onions. They pair well with onions and leeks in this creamy warm winter soup.

Full of flavor and earthly goodness, this recipe is a hearty welcome to the new growing season and to one of the first food crops of the year – radishes.

Lose that old lay-down vegetable tray! Why not arrange the vegetables vertically to make a holiday table centerpiece that doubles as a vegetable and dip dish?

This traditional Hungarian recipe is usually prepared in Eastern Europe using the stove, then canned and eaten during the winter months. Even if you don’t cook it, as in the recipe below, you can still enjoy the flavorful peppers in tomato sauce with a hint of herbs and garlic.

No dough in these pockets—Crunchy jicama takes on that role. Here’s a great main dish, giving you lots of variation for both filling and sauce. Use your favorite recipes to substitute for one or both.

Serve this raw version of a famous Middle Eastern dish on lettuce leaves, or accompanied by a fresh salad or cut vegetables.

This lasagna-style dish makes a complete meal, and it is festive enough for special occasions with friends and family. The recipe makes enough Brazil nut pate for several servings.

One of the great pleasures of dining raw is sampling the raw recipes of other cultures. Here’s a terrific marinated carrot salad—a common enough theme across cultures, but this time with a Korean twist.

This traditional Russian celebration dish has been adapted for raw foods. If you didn't like canned beets as a kid, please give the raw beet root a try: you might fall in love with this powerful healing food.

What to do with your extra tomatoes? Drying is one option. But here’s a more exciting one…This super-simple-to-make traditional Russian relish is often kept in glass jars in the fridge, where it lasts for months. When tomatoes are out of season, splash this relish over cauliflower mashed “potatoes” or zucchini noodles.

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