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    I found this recipe online and really wanted to try it. It comes from a website called 28 Cooks. You may substitute the dates and cherries for other dried fruits. The cooking time is freezing time.

    Recipe #303638

    This pesto can be serve as a sandwich spread, dolloped onto pasta or added to a saute of your favorite seasonal vegetables.

    Recipe #75195

    A great blend of flavors that goes so nicely in a sandwich! Adapted from The Nut Gourmet cookbook by Zel Allen.

    Recipe #304425

    From the cookbook called "How It All Vegan".

    Recipe #26964

    Almond paste is used in many recipes. You can buy it in the baking section of most supermarkets and then tint and color it yourself, but it is much fresher and cheaper to make your own. It's good to make it at least a week in advance so that the flavor of the almonds can ripen fully. It will keep for six months, refrigerated.

    Recipe #146770

    I haven't tried this raw foodist vegan recipe but it certain is something different that could be tried if you know you will be catering to vegans and want something else to add to the menu.

    Recipe #51931

    Based on a recipe from Victoria Boutenko's book, 12 Steps to Raw Foods. Preparation time doesn't include overnight soaking of nuts or seeds. I haven't tried this yet.

    Recipe #340072

    Good for replacing traditional cheese in salads and sandwiches, also tasty on crackers! Won't fool you into thinking it's 'real' cheese though ;) Enjoy for it's own unique taste.

    Recipe #315687

    From The Vegan Sourcebook by Joanne Stepaniak. This is high in omega-3 fatty acids. Use as a replacement for dairy butter on toasted bread, bagels or crackers. I haven't tried this yet.

    Recipe #319927

    A homemade healthy version of the nutella you get at the shops. A healthy alternative with no sugar and no preservatives.

    Recipe #330526

    A raw food vegan recipe which I have posted for interest's sake. I have never tried it.

    Recipe #51927

    I love these little high fiber treats and this is a spin-off of my recipe: http://www.recipezaar.com/300780 I added a few different things in these truffles and the flavour and smell is wonderful. The heat from the ginger is a nice kick. Just make sure you use the fresh powdered ginger to get the flavour and the heat

    Recipe #301140

    So yummy you will forget you're eating a super food!

    Recipe #346706

    So good with apple slices, on toasted English muffins, with grahm crackers. Adapted from the California Almond Board.

    Recipe #340019

    I was looking for a low carb high fiber treat and came up with this one. Cardamom is originally from the east and used to flavour food and for medicinal purposes. It lends a very interesting and distinctive taste to foods. I like it and thought it would be a good addition to these truffles. I ground all my ingredients in my magic bullet and then processed the dough in my Kitchen Aid food processor. You can use either the dark or golden flax seeds in this recipe. This recipe can be doubled, but be aware they are rich, so you might want to make a single batch just to try them first. If you can't find organic then conventional will work just as well, though might not taste as good. You can also use ground carob or ground unsweetened chocolate in place of the cacao nibs if you don't have them.

    Recipe #300780

    This special treat is naturally sweet and full of omega-3s. This was adapted from Jennifer White in the program Helping Your Child Eat Well on 3ABN. Enjoy!

    Recipe #327046

    From Silk Road Cooking: A Vegetarian Journey by Najmieh Batmangli. I haven't tried it yet but it looks so good.

    Recipe #320035

    This recipe came from a cookbook called Rejuvenate Your Life which has many raw food recipes. I am interested in trying as many recipes as possible in the raw food state as I know this is very good for us all.

    Recipe #288886

    View the full post and recipe at http://www.elanaspantry.com/desserts/sesame-truffles/

    Recipe #338297

    Perfect in raw sushi, on its own, in a sandwich, this versatile pate is well-liked by many!

    Recipe #315727

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