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We Like It Raw - Raw Food Goodness: Raw Food Recipes

We Like It Raw - Raw Food Goodness: Raw Food Recipes
These recipes have made it to the top of our list. All we can say is yummm! View all Raw Food Recipes Salsa Finta & Almond Polpetta This raw fiesta finds inspiration from Russell James, raw chef based in the UK. Pumpkin Pudding Kandace Nuckolis not being a huge pie fan adapted this pudding from a pumpkin pie recipe taught in a raw cooking class by Bruce Horowitz Sarma's Cilantro Shake The main defense to free radicals (coming from pollution, x-rays, radiation, chemicals, heavy metals) are antioxidants. Soft Corn Tortillas If you can take on this raw food recipe, you can take on anything! Mango Avocado Salad This really is one of the best combinations ever. Raw Choccie Cupcakes The Raw Goddess finds inspiration from The Daily Raw Cafe and whips up a batch of delicious Raw Cupcakes. Gabes: Morning-After Delight If you want something hearty, can eat on the go, and still be nutritional - this is your best bet.

Russell James : Raw Food Recipes - Raw Food Diet Ghana, Food & Drinks, Red Red A.K.A: Doh-doh-chie, ???? 3 ripened plantains (extra soft) Slice the plantains diagonally and deep fry till golden brown, Beans sauceblack eyed peas (beans) (i prefer the canned variety, easier to cook with) palm oil or vegetable oil (i prefer palm oil) - half a cup 1 can crushed tomatoes 1 scotch bonnet pepper (a habanero does the same job too).. careful though, those mothers are HOT!!!!! spices to taste (i use maggi cube) 1 pink onion(chopped) garlic/ginger (to taste) Method: pour oil in pan, stir in chopped onion and garlic till onion turns transclucent) add crushed tomatoes and scotchbonnet pepper (cut the pepper in halves, it releases the flavor better)...and let simmer till the oil rises to the top (this sauce is the basic tomato sauce that can be used for different recipes) Add beans to sauce and let simmer for 10 minutes, stirring to prevent burning. Note: Boiled plantains make an easy-to-prepare base for meat or vegetable stews. 4 large plantains

Raw Food Recipes Simply Stuffed Quick, batten down the hatches, the relatives are coming! Swarming in from all corners of the country, they’ll begin their descent any day now, preying upon well-meaning hosts and hostesses, depositing themselves on couches and easy chairs, leaving all manner of clothing and garbage strewn about; it may seem like a tornado hit the house, not just sweet auntie and uncle, plus their rambunctious kids of course. We don’t have much time to chat, because the attack could come at any time, so just lay low for as long as possible and follow my advice: Have food. Lots and lots of food. As long as you keep feeding them, they shouldn’t become too destructive or agitated, and they may even stay out of the kitchen long enough for you to prepare The Festive Meal. Although an unlikely choice, these simple veggie rounds are surprisingly satisfying, filled with a hearty mixture of nuts and beans, plus aromatic herbs and spices. Good luck, solider. Stuffed Zucchini Bites Printable Recipe Like this:

A healthy recipe, seaweed crackers | Mastering-Health.com Something that I tried yesterday, and I think I will try much more combinations of this delicious replacement for potato chips . 1 x 4 inch strip dried kombu, kelp or wakame Water for soaking 1/2 cup flaxseeds (soaked overnight) 3/4 cup water 1/2 cup finely chopped sweet onion 1 cup raw sunflower seeds (soaked overnight) 1 garlic clove 2 Tbsp. tamari Cayenne pepper and Sea Salt to taste Soak the seaweed 5-10 minutes, or until softened. I read this on a health food yahoo group, and wanted to share this with everyone : later I will try it with mediterrenean herbs, with Thai herbs, even with some grated apple, or with sesame and I suppose we can replace the flaxseed by quinoa from time to time. This recipe is from the book: Seaweed: Nature's Secret to Balancing Your Metabolism, Fighting Disease and Revitalizing Body & Soul, by Valerie Genneri Cooksley, RN. Thanks to Leora to bring this to my attention.

BitterSweet Thin Seaweed Cracker I find this recipe much better than the conventional seaweed snacks that we see on the store shelf, it does not have any oil or salt included. The only ingredient are TOMATO, CUCUMBER and KELP FLAKES. It does not need salt as kelp itself is a bit salty. The tomato gives a Tangy taste. Kelp are full of mineral and tomato are best to eaten raw as it turns acidic after cooked. Recipe from Raw Living, Kate Wood

Recipe Index Breakfast & Brunch3 x Breakfast OatmealsTurmeric Breakfast Muffins Raw CashewgurtPebre & Taleggio Rye SandwichBaked Carrot Cake OatmealOrange & Vanilla Overnight OatsFat Almond PancakeBanana GranolaRaw Buckwheat, Apple & Walnut PorridgeGreen Breakfast BowlApple & Oat Biscuit – Vegan & GFRye & Beer Porridge with Rhubarb CompoteRaw Sprouted GranolaBaked Saffron PancakesApple, Ginger & Cardamom Compote Coconut & Banana Pancake Cake Baked Oatmeal with Pear à la So Good & TastyClementine Vanilla Bean Marmalade & Rosemary Almond Meal Biscuits à la RoostAçai Bowl Blueberry Coconut Super SmoothieLemon Spelt Bread Kaniwa & Coconut PancakesGluten Free Nut Crackers Spinach Muffins Gluten Free MuesliChestnut Spelt BreadSunday Morning Seed BreadBuckwheat PorridgeSpelt & Muesli SconesFlour Free Banana & Blueberry PancakesSuperfruit SmoothieChristmas Granola

Raw Fruit Jam Raw Buckwheat Pancakes 1/4 cup sprouted buckwheat flour*2 Tbs. coconut1 date2 Tbs. Orange Juice3/4 tsp. cinnamon4 Tbs. liquid of choice (nut milk, water, coconut milk, etc.) Mix all ingredients in food processor, make into flat pancake shape and dehydrate 5 hours, flipping after about 3 hours.Eat while still warm. * To make sprouted buckwheat flour, soak buckwheat over night, then strain and rinse in colander. Raw Fruit Jam 2 cups of favorite fruit (berries, mangoes, cherries, Pineapple1/4 cup sweetener - or to taste (dates, agave nectar, honey, etc) Blend in blender until smooth. LovingFoods.com Loving Foods’ primary teachings are “From the Tree Right to Me”. Mother Nature provides the food we need, and nothing is quite so healing as a grandmother’s meal. Loving Foods creates with the intentions and ideals that make a loving grandmother’s soup heartwarming, healing, and good for you. Loving Foods is here to help your raw food experience with information on raw food. For questions about raw food or fasting, email us at info.EvolvedLiving@gmail.com Sign up for our mailing list!

Spiralo plus Free Recipe Booklet | Raw Glow Included with the Spiral Slicer is a Raw Glow exclusive FREE Raw Spiral Slicer recipe booklet ($4.95 value) with over a dozen raw food recipes to get you started. No where else will you find this booklet. Learn how to make Zucchini Angel Hair Pasta with Raw Alfredo Sauce, Creamy Bell Pepper Sauce, Tomato Ricotta Sauce and more. In the Spiral Slicer Recipe Booklet you will learn how to make these recipes and more: Zucchini Angel Hair Pasta with Creamy Bell Pepper Sauce Raw Food Zucchini Angel Hair Pasta with Tomato Ricotta Sauce

Home Page About - Nouveau Raw The process of creating raw, whole food recipes is as much about trust as technique. As a sculptor finds their creation in a block of marble, so too does a chef find their dish: by design, technically, but by instinct, always. Hello and welcome to Nouveau Raw (New Raw). I started my journey towards raw about eight years ago. I let go of my SAD (Standard American Diet) ways and started off by becoming a vegetarian. In the time since receiving my certification as a gourmet raw food and pastry chef, (through Living Light Culinary Art Institute) my passion has turned into a burning flame that never flickers or dims. My passion for raw foods has also given me the courage and confidence to teach classes as well. If you would like to contact me, please do through amiesue@nouveauraw.com. Many blessings, Amie Sue Disclaimer This web-site is not intended to provide medical advice. Many thanks to those of you who voted Nouveau Raw as the 4th Annual “Favorite Raw Online Blog 2013″!

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