Want something savory, creamy and full of flavor? Then you just have to try these falafels. Even your non-raw friends will love it. They taste just like the real thing, but without the unhealthy fats. This recipe is kind of long, but if you are in a hurry you can skip the pickled turnips and […]
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These spring rolls make the perfect little lunch solution. Mix up the tabouleh, julienne the carrots and then roll them up and start dipping. Raw spring rolls are perfect for a healthy lunch choice and are a great appetizer to share with friends. These can be made with rice paper OR with raw or toasted […]
A Mediterranean – inspired kale salad with homemade pickled onion and plenty of fresh herbs (think that irresistible combo of mint, parsley, and basil) cucumber, black olives, avocado, lemon, and a drool-worthy green tahini-based summer sauce. This needs to be part of dinner tonight, and lunch tomorrow!
Hummus is so darn tasty and makes for the perfect savory snack served with fresh veggies, raw buckwheat or gluten-free pita chips, flax crackers, or even as an accompaniment to avocado on sprouted toast. On a raw or even paleo diet hummus is often blacklisted due to the fact that it’s made from a base […]
A flavorful and atypical version of traditional cous cous done raw, vegan style. Not a stitch of gluten to be found in this tasty recipe by Fee O. of Raw Fit and Happy! Instead of bulgar wheat she’s utilized raw cauliflower pulsed into small pieces. You’ll also find a few hidden surprises like fresh orange […]
An absolutely delicious and hearty kale salad by Lauren Felts of The Holy Kale with ingredients inspired by the Mediterranean. Raw kale is chopped and combined with parsley, kalamata olives, cucumber, capers, artichoke hearts (optional- not raw), sundried tomatoes, pecans, and fresh lemon. The dressing is a creamy and delectable blend of raw tahini (try […]
Raw falafel wraps by gourmet master chef Russel James. Veggies combine with various nuts and seeds, spices, and fresh herbs to create the flavors and textures you’re familiar with in Middle Eastern cuisine. If you’re feeling a bit fancy this is a great recipe to try and and share with family and loved ones!