Nut or seed cheese is used in numerous raw food recipes, so it is one of the first steps you need to learn in raw-food preparation. Once you know how to make a raw cheese, you are already halfway to becoming a raw-food chef. Let us begin...
Raw food recipes with pine nuts
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.
Call it a marinade wrap, call it a salad roll, call it a garnish. Whatever the name, you’ll enjoy the blend of zucchini, avocado, tomato, and other flavors and textures in this creative mix.
Fresh and flavorful, here’s another take on zucchini noodles. Get your mandoline ready!
Sink your teeth into these guilt-free, fun Halloween snacks sure to please kids and adults alike.
It’s delicious! A lovely, rich, subtle flavor. And a great way to use the pulp left from vegetable juice.
Spring is the time for greens - cleansing, nutritious, hydrating and alkalizing. In this savory recipe cucumber, cilantro and celery ensure all of the above, in a lovely combo with a satisfying avocado.
Another idea for an appetizer to add to your arsenal of quick raw food recipes – this one with the power of raw garlic to keep you healthy during the flu season.
Pumpkins are everywhere this time of the year. Start including this nutrient dense “fruit” in your recipes: one pumpkin can go a long way in raw cuisine. Ever miss the “Ramen Noodles” from your dorm-room days? Give these raw and infinitely-more-good for you Pumpkin Ramen Noodles a shot!
Sometimes crunchy is the texture we crave. Kale crisps fill this need beautifully. Eat without guilt and share with the kids.