Raw food Main Course

Beets contain fiber and vitamins C and K. The betaine in beet juice is said to stimulate the function of liver cells and protect the liver and bile ducts. Including beet root and beet greens in your juice and raw-food recipes is an excellent way to detoxify the blood and renew it with minerals and natural sugars.

The bright, hardy flavors of tomato and avocado combine with pine nuts and the earthy goodness of sprouted lentils in this vibrantly delicious, original recipe.

This hearty dish features several spring greens and juicy non-sweet fruits served in a creamy avocado-based dressing.

Real caviar... Some people are scared of fish eggs. Others don’t eat it for ethical reasons. Most find it expensive. Here’s a great vegan alternative—whether you regularly eat vegan or not. This one’s so nutritious you could enjoy it darn near daily! 

A mouthful of creamy soup tastes so good when the fall chill comes! Serve slightly warmed for a superb culinary experience. An especially nice luncheon soup around Thanksgiving or even Christmas.

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.

It’s delicious! A lovely, rich, subtle flavor. And a great way to use the pulp left from vegetable juice.

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

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.

Originally used as a begging bowl by Buddhist monks, the “Buddha Bowl,” in your hands, will become a meal your friends and family will be begging for!

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