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    Mindelicious' Raw Tasty Treats

    Cookbook for all my recipes that are RAW VEGAN!!! Fresh, whole, ripe & tasty!! Fruit, veggies, nuts, seeds, and grains never over 115Degrees.....Nutrients intact & perfect as nature intended!!!
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    (LFRV) A wonderfully rich pudding parfait made of only fresh yummy fruit!! Grab some parfait glasses and ENJOY!!

    Recipe #450452

    (LFRV) I'm not huge on juicing because it gets rid of the fiber and changes the natural balance BUT this is amazingly delicious. This makes one serving - I personally triple the recipe to use the whole lemon & so cleaning the juicer is worth it :). Recipe came from "The Juice Master" Jason Vale....check out the video here: http://www.juicemaster.com/recipes/juices/sherbert-lemonade

    Recipe #450455

    (LFRV) Start your day off right with this super easy and oh so yummy smoothie!! Three of my favorites come together in an amazing combo - enjoy!! Soak your dates ahead of time if they aren't that soft (throw the soaking water in for extra yumminess!).

    Recipe #450453

    (LFRV compliant!) Oh my!!! I have had this two days in a row and I don't think I see an end in sight - sooooo delicious!! This is so creamy, rich, and so much better than any mint chocolate ice cream I have had (mainly because I can have so much without feeling awful afterwards!!). I use lady finger bananas which are much smaller than normal bananas...I'm not exactly sure how many this would be equal to so I had to use cups...sorry if that causes any difficulties. You may add more mint or carob depending on your tastes - this was just enough to get the flavors for me without wasting. Also I put this down for 2 servings but I drink the whole thing and feel amazingly energized but I guess you could share if you like :)

    Recipe #428893

    (LFRV compliant!) This is a great anytime a day drink however this is perfect as a before dinner smoothie as it contains digestive enzymes. Bromelain, an enzyme in pineapple, breaks down cholesterol in the blood and reduces inflammation in the blood and tissues. Bromelain also eliminates muscle, joint, and headache pain and also helps break down fats. Papain, an enzyme in papaya, breaks down protein molecules in the blood, reducing inflammation that is linked to allergies or pain. Papain even attacks a protein on the coating of cancer cells which helps eliminate this threat.

    Recipe #429535

    (LFRV) This is a quick delicious way to get some greens in and ensure all the iron is absorbed properly thanks to the Vit C in the mangoes. The spinach amount is a starting point and you can always increase it if your tastebuds will allow. You can also switch the water out for coconut water if that's something you do. ENJOY!

    Recipe #433777

    (LFRV compliant!) Popular high-carb high-calorie get you moving drink loved by many Low Fat Raw Vegans aka Frugivores! Struggling to get your calories in? This is the key & tastes amazing!! The amount of water is up to you - less for more of a pudding and extra for more of a milky drink. Play with the ratios to find what you prefer!! Popularized by Freelee at 30bananasaday.com. Soft, succulent, organic medjool dates are best but any will do. Soak your dates for 6 hours or overnight. If you can't get organic then discard the soaking water or drain & rinse about half way through the soak time and keep the second round of soak water. (Times don't include soaking). Remember food combining!! This will move fast through your system so nothing heavier before and wait an hour after sweet fruit for a different type.

    Recipe #424668

    (LFRV - in moderation) Heavenly!! This is an absolute delicious drink to start your day or anytime you need PURE ENERGY! This will also ward off any cravings for junk food you might be having. You can find young coconuts in some grocery stores but most asian markets will have them. They have white husks - not the old brown ones. NOTE: This does require a juicer and a sturdy knife.

    Recipe #427475

    Recipe by Bredan Brazier. Make these instead of buying the over priced ones at the health food store! These bars have a more traditional flavor than the others, yet the same health benefits as a nutrient-dense raw bar. Prep time does not include soak time for dates or soak time for quinoa. You can also sprout the quinoa for added health benefits. Rinse your quinoa, put in a dish and cover with lots of water. After 12 hours/over night rinse the quinoa, spread on a sheet/plate and cover with a dish towel. Rinse and respread every 6-8 hours. After 48 hours you will have a finished product.

    Recipe #423529

    Loved this stuff during my raw transitioning!! This is a cheap(er) yet healthy raw granola. You can have this with nutmylk, sprinkled on fresh fruit, top your fruit smoothies with it, or eat it straight!! Feel free to add in any dried fruit you would like (raisins, chopped dates, apricots). Sometimes I chopped the almonds & walnuts to give it a finer texture. (The time does not include soaking over night).

    Recipe #427472

    The DH loves this dressing. There are some ingredients that might not be raw depending who you ask ;) Use this as a dressing, dip for veggies & crackers, or over zucchini noodles with chopped veggies. Hope you enjoy!!

    Recipe #433185

    I've been trying to come up with different ways to have citrus with leafy greens & this is an excellent option! When Vitamin C is consumed with iron it makes the iron much easier to absorb. Tons of people are iron deficient & not because they don't take in enough iron....rather that they are not absorbing it properly (You can pop iron pills all day long but if your body isn't doing anything with it your wasting your time & money!!). Citric (citrus fruit) & malic (apples & pears) acid increase the absorb of non-heme iron (dark leafy greens) which is the best form of iron. Soooo pour this lovely goodness all over a huge plate of dark leafy greens!! Kale, romaine, baby spinach....whatever your fancy!!! (LFRV in moderation + leave out oil & salt)

    Recipe #433178

    This is a raw vegan recipe which I really enjoy - not sure if I'm just weird or what though. The original recipe calls for honey but I don't use that so I've just listed as liquid sweetner. I have used agave nectar and date paste with great success.

    Recipe #427709

    (LFRV) Oh I love this dressing!!! I've had it three nights in a row and I'm thinking about it right now. I pour this over baby greens, celery, cucumbers, and shredded red cabbage and I think its quite magical!! This recipe is for one serving so multiple as needed. You could easily add any herbs or spices you want but this is perfect for me!

    Recipe #430054

    This is a quick dressing to throw together and the ingredients are normally on hand. The original recipe calls for honey but you can use your liquid sweetner of choice (I have used agave & date paste & both work well). Hope you enjoy!!

    Recipe #427710

    (LFRV - skip the oil!) Very yummy!! Fresh way to use all those delicious berries! Gather up your favorite greens and pour this on for a sensational spring/summer salad.

    Recipe #429540

    This is an incredible dip which tastes even better than it's non raw vegan counterpart. This makes quite a bit so scale back as you need. Soaking the nuts for a couple hours before hand wakes up the natural enzymes & also makes the blending creamier!!

    Recipe #427718

    (LFRV - in moderation & skip the salt)Very easy, tasty & good for you! No nuts or tofu. Enjoy this on raw crackers, dip for veggies, or use as a spread for lettuce wraps. Sometimes I will add some cayenne for a spicer version.

    Recipe #427474

    This are such a quick & easy snack or meal to throw together. The ingredients look simple but the taste is amazing and sure to satisfy!

    Recipe #427719

    Quick, easy & very delicious!!

    Recipe #433701

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