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.
Raw food recipes with tomato
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.
When you want some punch with your crunch, make a bunch of these chips. And you needn’t feel guilty munching on these!
Simple, yet festive enough for potlucks and parties, these rosettes use ingredients available year-round. I hope you have plenty of sun-dried tomatoes lovingly preserved just waiting for this yummy recipe.
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!
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.
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.
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.
Make a few of these raw-vegan buckwheat burgers on the weekend, and you’ll have some quick, easy, and filling sandwiches to eat for lunch on weekdays.
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.