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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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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!http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2002/11/13/eggs-part-two.aspx

Recipe #372080

From http://rawtestkitchen.blogspot.com/

Recipe #366463

From http://rawgoddessheathy.blogspot.com (not goddess healthy) She got this recipe from The Daily Raw.com 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

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

Recipe #366389

3 Reviews |  By mliss29

From Raw Food Celebrations - Party Menus for Every Occasion by Nomi Shannon and Sheryl Duruz. It's due back to the library tomorrow and this looks good!

Recipe #349182

These are tasty little raw food meatball substitutes. But I won't claim they are the prettiest things in the world :)

Recipe #347340

5 Reviews |  By mliss29

From Alive in 5 by Angela Elliot. I haven't tried it yet, but it looks yummy! Posted for the Veg*n Recipe Swap. (I think I've read that the Himalayan and Celtic salts used in many Raw Recipes are a bit less "salty" than regular table salt, so I would salt with caution and to taste.)

Recipe #316828

3 Reviews |  By mliss29

From Alive in 5 by Angela Elliot. I haven't tried it yet, but it looks yummy! Posted for the Veg*n Recipe Swap. (I think I've read that the Himalayan and Celtic salts used in many Raw Recipes are a bit less "salty" than regular table salt, so I would salt with caution and to taste.)

Recipe #316597

From Sergei and Valya Boutenko's Eating Without Heating: Favorite Recipes from Teens Who Love Raw Food. They say about it: "You can make nori rolls, cabbage wraps, spread it on crackers, stuff mushrooms, peppers, tomatoes, onions, cucumbers, and more." I have adapted it to fit in my little Oscar food processor.

Recipe #302765

7 Reviews |  By Dawnab

From Giada DeLaurentiis, this is a light salad that is so delish, I had to make it as soon as I saw it, goes together in a snap too.

Recipe #301476

I love snap peas, so when I saw this, I had to try it, with a couple of changes. Adapted from Everyday Food magazine.

Recipe #298689

A healthy salad that will cool you down in the heat of summer. The combination of the ingredients are very refreshing. This recipe would be wonderful to take to a bar-b-que or as a side for burgers, ribs, grilled chicken or even Carne Asada.From "Tasty" by Roy Finamore.

Recipe #298532

This is a recipe I learned at a vegetarian cooking class. It was presented to us as what a person who is on a Raw diet would eat. It's very good and not what I had expected. Recipe courtesy of the instructor Rob McLean. Serving size is dependant on how much filling you use.

Recipe #296296

This applesauce requires no cooking. Unpeeled apples gives the sauce small specks, but you can peel them if you want. Yield is estimate. From Joy of Eating Natural Foods.

Recipe #289907

Contributed by juleskess on goneraw.com, this was my very first raw meal dish. I have been eating Raw but I was not really putting anything into "preparing" something. This is very good and makes eating raw more interesting. The colors are lovely and the meal is healthy!

Recipe #280387

From The Gadsden Times online edition -- Mary Lucile Jordan's Wednesday Column, December 19, 2007 -- Ms. Jordan is the County Extension Coordinator of the Etowah County office of the Alabama Cooperative Extension System. NOTE: One (1) hour chill time is the cook time!

Recipe #273355

Salty and lemony and low-cal and very good for you! From the December 2007 issue of Cottage Living. Prettiest with red and white cabbage, but you could use one or the other as I've noticed that "small" heads of cabbage are hard to find. One medium head of either cabbage will work too. You might want to let the flavors mix in the fridge overnight, but the recipe didn't call for it:D Really great for a picnic!

Recipe #268332

My parents were taught as a child in Cyprus how to prepare their own olives, it's a long process but this is worth it. The raw green olives are split in half with a special stone but seed still intact, this allow the brine (salty water) to soak into the olives. The olives are then jarred with the brine and stored away for months. This recipe is not that process but it's the way it's marinated for Mezze's. Measurements are for personal preference only, you could use less lemon if you don't prefer it to be tangy. Enjoy

Recipe #259500

This is so refreshing in the summertime. It's from Epicurious originally, but I marinate the red onions with the cukes, too. (Better that way!) It's a great barbecue side--- I can't count how many parties we've served this at, often by request!

Recipe #249129

I always remember my Mum serving this salad. It's a good old Aussie favourite. My husband has also said his mother made it. The quantities don't really matter, just make to your pleasing. This is a really plain salad and you must be a vinegar fan to enjoy it

Recipe #230724

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