A rose by any other name…And so with this delectable dish. Call it lasagna, in the North American spelling. Or lasagne, as Europeans might. Or give it another name altogether, like Sliced Zucchini with Pesto-Tomato Sauce. Whatever you call it…fabulous…and nutritious.
Raw food recipes with sundried tomato
Who doesn't love crispy onion rings? You can eat raw and have onion rings too. Here's how.
Spaghetti and meatballs go together. But when you're eating raw, and want something that give you a more "traditional" feel to go with your healthy, raw, zucchini noodles, what can you do? My "meatless meatballs" are your new go-to recipe!
Mostly, I like raw food that looks raw. But many of us occasionally enjoy the nostalgia of when a plate of delicious and healthful raw foods reminds us, visually, of favorite dishes from our old days. Here’s a gem. This recipe will make enough for a potluck, or a big family. And it’s a great way to use up your abundant harvest of zucchinis.
You’ll find these celery logs a terrific hors d’oeuvre, whether your guests are “all raw” or not.
Cashew “cheese” makes a nice substitute for real cheese—perfect if you’re trying to wean yourself off dairy. You can use it in lots of raw food recipes, including wraps, raw pizzas, patés and spreads.
A hearty chili may be prepared without beans or meat. Just because you eat raw doesn’t mean that you will never eat this American classic dish again… even though it may not be in its traditional form, but it’s packed with living nutritious ingredients.
Celebrate Easter and welcome spring with this not-your-ordinary salad. Children will be delighted to help you with the nest-building business!
The recipe is easy to make, and it goes together quicker than it looks so please don’t let the list of ingredients put you off. This is a delicious dish and well worth making. For best results, plan this dish a couple days ahead so the cheese can ferment. Recipe generously submitted by Mimi Kirk of youngonrawfood.com