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Raw Food Recipes

This is my personal collection of raw food recipes. Feel free to browse and try any or all of them. Enjoy!

 

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Pineapple Raspberry Smoothie

Recipe Author: Beautiful On Raw

Very refreshing on a hot summer day, or on any day, really.


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Cauliflower Tabbouleh

Recipe Author: Beautiful On Raw

While traditional tabbouleh is prepared using bulgur wheat, we'll make a lighter version using cauliflower instead.


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ABC Smoothie

Recipe Author: Beautiful On Raw

A is for Apples, B is for Bananas and Bok Choy, C is for Celery and Cinnamon


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Pacific Breeze Juice

Recipe Author: Beautiful On Raw

The taste of papaya merges with the taste of orange and beet root to pack an incredible amount of enzymes, vitamins, and antioxidants into this powerful juice.


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Buckwheat Crisp Breads

Recipe Author: Beautiful on Raw

Here’s the way to use up the pulp left over from your morning green juice by using it to prepare crisp breads. Sharing it with the microorganisms in your compost pile is the second best option.


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Savory Guacamole Shake

Recipe Author: Beautiful on Raw

A savory shake for guacamole lovers. It's thick and filling enough to make a great summer lunch.


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Russian Pickled Tomatoes

Recipe Author: Beautiful on Raw

This is an old favorite from my motherland. These raw cultured vegetables can be a good addition to your menu as you are transitioning to the raw food diet. The enzymes in cultured vegetables also help digest other foods eaten with them. And best of all: it’s very easy to make and you will not have to use your stove!


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Russian Borsch

Recipe Author: Beautiful on Raw

Aside from juicing, one of my favorite ways to use fresh beets is this classic Russian Borsch recipe (modified to be raw of course) from Quantum Eating.


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Zesty Radish Greens

Recipe Author: Beautiful on Raw

I’m all excited about eating radish greens. Radish greens are edible, tasty, and nutritious! But the flavor can be strong, so use them VERY sparingly at first. You may substitute them for arugula or mustard greens in recipes. Learn more about the benefits of radish greens here.