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Raw foods! Includes: Raw Dairy and Raw Meat/ because I follow a Primal diet, no grains are allowed - that includes corn. Oh, and NO POTATOES!
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Recipe #373497

A yummy summer treat for a hot day! From (raw)

Recipe #373491

The raw version of the Indian favorite, the samosa for all the low carbers and raw foodies! From:

Recipe #373118

Dehydrate longer for crackers, less if you want to make it into a tortilla like wrap for a sandwich. "Store in an airtight container, somewhere close to hand for when the cravings strike!" From

Recipe #372824

Some things are hard to give up when going low carb and raw. One of those is cereal. Traditional Muesli is loaded with carby grains and sugar - this one is all natural without the empty grain calories! This recipe can be made ahead of time and you can add the fruit at the last minute. From

Recipe #372683

For those who don't want to eat tortillas and want something other than a lettuce wrap. From

Recipe #372551

I made this recipe up one day. I drink this as a meal replacement as it's chock full of potassium, protein and healthy fats! I love how it tastes like a Reese's Cup! Raw eggs are super healthy!

Recipe #372080

Serve over pork, chicken, tacos, beans or with chips. From

Recipe #371849

Standing up from my chair, I nervously said, "Hi. I'm Bella and I'm addicted to Pico De Gallo." I had outed my addiction. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- I AM A PICO DE GALLO JUNKIE! --------------------------------------------------------------------------- From

Recipe #371896

1 Reviews |  By blucoat

I got this from a fabulous blog, "The Traveler's Lunchbox". Yield: 12-14 ounces (340-400g) of butter, depending on the fat content of your cream. Recipe can easily be halved. Start this the day before you want the butter as it requires time to ferment.

Recipe #357730 (Click here to watch it made.) Young coconuts aren't easy to open - my fiances opens are with a steak knife stabbed into the husk and shell all the way around - it takes him about 10 minutes to open it because we don't have a nice machete to open it.

Recipe #366671

From Use raw cheese instead of cashews if you like the real deal with dairy.

Recipe #366545

From (Click it to seem them made.)

Recipe #366666

From - & raw chef, Vanessa Sherwood. According to We like it, this recipe would be best with champagne mangoes (There's 400 varieties of mangoes - use whatever is locally available.)

Recipe #366362

Something I came up with today. Odd combination but I found it very refreshing and yummy!

Recipe #366389

From (not goddess healthy) She got this recipe from The Daily For all the raw foodies out there! Serve with Recipe #366441. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- These are very small as is as I used whole walnuts and processed them down. If you used 1 cup of already processed walnuts you'd get much more. I didn't have cupcake holders so I lined shot glasses with plastic wrap to make these. I was able to get enough to fill 4 - 1 oz. shot glasses.

Recipe #366415

For all the raw foodies. This crust is for the Charlotte. From:

Recipe #366420

For a Raw Charlotte. See the whole thing here:

Recipe #366422

From to go on the Recipe #366415 ! You can either use the base recipe by itself or add ingredients for the variations.

Recipe #366441

From to make a Charlotte. See the whole thing put together here: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ -- If you don't have access to mature coconut, simply replace the coconut pulp with 1 part dried coconut, ground and 1 part almond pulp. -- When forming the fingers, they will seem very fragile and as though the mixture isn't going to hold, but not to worry. Once dehydrated they will keep their shape. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Dehydrating time is a guess.

Recipe #366443

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