Love citrus fruit? Enjoy it as a salad. The combination of sweet and sour fruits with a nut-based dressing will satisfy your taste buds and works great as a meal in itself.
Raw food recipes with orange
Experience the burst of flavor of the citrus fruits, highlighted by sweet-and-sour dressing with ginger. Don’t like ginger? No problem, you can skip it altogether in this recipe, and just enjoy fruits and greens.
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!
You know already you can add dandelion flowers to salads and smoothies. But did you know they can be part of a sweet treat? Unlike the leaves, dandelion flowers are not bitter, and offer many health benefits along with a splash of color to brighten your day.
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.
This recipe is courtesy of Donna Weidler.
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.
A feast for the eyes as well as the palate, this hearty salad offers a splash of colors arranged in circles, and features juicy jicama in the company of dark leafy greens, peppers and a tangy dressing.
Since the late 1800s, when this salad was first made at the Waldorf Hotel in New York City, it has gone through many transformations. The core ingredients, however, did manage to survive over the years. This hearty salad is easily adaptable for those living on raw foods by replacing the traditional mayonnaise-based dressing with some version of a raw nut-based mayo.
Cranberries are an integral part of the Thanksgiving or Christmas meal, but there is no reason not to include them in your casual food preparation. In fact, the only reason you would not use cranberries is if they aren’t in season and you can’t find them fresh.