An untried raw food vegan recipe that was recommended on a vegan newsgroup I lurk on.
Aug 2004: Finally got around to making these myself. They are pretty sticky so I rolled them in coconut just like truffles. Big hit with the 3 year old and me. Would be worth putting in the fridge or freezer to firm them up.
This is perfect for those on the raw food diet or those looking to detox for a couple of days. This is so good for you, I feel angelic after I eat it, no matter what other bad things I might have done that day!
After learning how good asparagus is for the body and how well it helps the kidneys. I thought this recipe was an excellent one. It is not cooked so the the asparagus is full of Vitamin A, Folic Acid. Did you know that asparagus has the largest percentage of RDA of folic acid then any other food source!! So eat up. This is excellent served as a dip or a spread. This recipe came from one of my favorite magazines: Organic Gardening
From March 7th's Ottawa Citizen. The woman featured is a vegan who promotes raw living (raw living consists of no food being cooked at temperatures higher than 46C (115F). She (and many studies) claim food is healthier this was and retains more nutrients. Well I don't know about the claims, but this sure sounds good!
I saw this recipe on a raw food lecture video. Although, I don't follow the raw food diet, I like some of the recipes. This one is good because it's dairy-free and sugar-free. I've also used kiwi in place of the berries with good results. (Prep. time doesn't includ soaking time.)
Delicious pudding in minutes, with all natural ingredients! I just started looking into the Raw Food Movement, but I've been trying to avoid highly processed foods for a while now. Standard pudding is on of the worst offenders, where processed foods are concerned. Raw Foodists make pudding using bananas or avocados for base. I've tried both, but I prefer the banana "puddings."
Use crisp apples for this (organic gala or pink lady apples are my personal favorites). Sometimes I eat this plain or mix in some coconut cream concentrate, available at tropicaltraditions.com. I also like to vary the spices (pumpkin pie spice, cardamom, etc.).
This is a deliciously nutritious pie recipe that I had thought I royal messed-up. I believe my royal mess-up turned out quite nice :)
It's not too sweet. So it's definitely very enjoyable. And best of all, it's painfully nutritious! You'll feel the happy vitamins and enzymes running rampant in your body!... not really, but you get the idea.
Creamy, slightly sweet casserole topped with walnuts. Yes, it's made with raw sweet potato and the texture isn't exactly like your typical sweet potato casserole, but I love it! Tweaked the original recipe from Herbs for Health magazine, which called for dehydrating the nuts. Prep time does not include soaking the nuts overnight.