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    Quick, easy & very delicious!!

    Recipe #433701

    No oil, salt, allium family, none of the extra stuff! Straight deliciousness!! You can also try cucumber "noodles" or even some prefer celery noodles!! Celery is easier if you don't have a spiralizer - just follow around the curve with the veggie peeler.

    Recipe #433615

    These are my puppy's favorite treats!! I've been trying to come up with stuff that is raw and pure for her because I do believe she has some allergies. I wanted a treat that she enjoyed & didn't add in all the extra junk. You can use one, the other, or BOTH!!!!! The sweet potatoes are more like chews while the apples are more like treats because they don't get quite as hard. These become dense after dehydrating, then when the dog starts to chew them they become chewy, and finally after they've knawed on them for a bit they are gooey!! Dogs do not break down the fruit & vegetable cell walls but these will just pass regardless. She receives plenty of nutrition from her regular meals & I wanted a treat I wouldn't feel bad giving her a ton off....especially during the training process. This recipe makes enough for WEEKS....well I cut them smaller since I have a young one so might not last as long for a big dog. Hope your doggy enjoys!! Punk goes absolutely insane when she hears the bag rustling that the sweet potatoes are in...she LOVES THESE!!

    Recipe #433613

    (LFRV) This is most excellent.

    Recipe #433449

    The DH loves this!! This dish is from thisdishisvegetarian.com. Feel free to be creative and add more or less of something - very forgiving recipe here! I think you could probably get away with using almond/soy/rice milk for a thinner sauce or blended tofu for a thicker sauce in place of the non-dairy cream...but don't take my word for it (haven't tried doing that yet) :D

    Recipe #433392

    (LFRV) Absolutely amazingly delicious & energizing!!!

    Recipe #433288

    My husband isn't big on soy milk however I use it for different recipes & always seem to have half the container left & nothing to do with it. Here is a great recipe from the Silk website to "preserve" your soy milk in an even better form!! You could probably use regular/plain or even coconut milk/almond milk/rice milk and just add more vanilla, sugar...whatever!! Cook time is freeze time!!!! Hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #433265

    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

    (LFRV) These are absolutely delicious when you want something light & refreshing. You could also add in some diced avocados but these are great without!!

    Recipe #433184

    This is a quick and yummy side dish or even a main meal! If you like you can always add some tofu or mushrooms to bulk it up a bit! Serve with rice to soak up the tasty sauce!

    Recipe #433183

    You can either grill, steam, or broil the veggies here. This recipe was written to serve in sandwich form however you could also skip the sandwich and serve over pasta or rice, with a baked potato or eat as is!! Feel free to use the pesto by itself as well!

    Recipe #433182

    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 variation of a couple different recipes. It looks like a ton of ingredients but I usually have everything on hand. My husband loves this and its on our regular rotation now. The leftovers are delicious as well. I like to wait closer to the end to add the zucchini so it doesn't get mushy. You can also sub carrots for the peas (just add them earlier like with the onion). I serve with garlic cilantro rice and chapati or naan bread.

    Recipe #431852

    This recipe comes from Vanessa Sherwood at gliving.com. However, I simplify this much further and omit the salt, coconut oil, and use dates instead of the agave and it is still amazing! For me its much healthier and easier that way but I'm leaving all the options here for you to decide what if you want them or not. You can substitute dates for the agave nectar - one large medjool (soaked & blended) for each tablesoon agave. I just keep "date paste" standing by for stuff like this. Since your using so much young thai coconut meat you can always use the water for this delicious & energizing drink: Recipe #427475 ENJOY!! (Cook time is set time)

    Recipe #430586

    (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

    Very simple to make but very fresh, flavorful & filling! Feel free to add in any, all, or other veggies for the hot pot ingredients!

    Recipe #429545

    (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

    (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

    These are some super yummy scones! My husband adores these and I almost regret getting him hooked because they are so tempting to me as well! Work quickly with the dough and try not to over work it so your scones stay light. This recipe comes from The Vegan Lunchbox. (You can also add chopped almonds to the mix if you have some on hand - yum!!)

    Recipe #429441

    This is a very popular salad in Thailand. This is a vegetarian version and quite spicy. You can buy shredded green papaya but you can do this yourself as well. This is traditionally made with a large mortar and pestle but you can just use a strong spatula. Cook time is marinating time. Serve along with sticky rice. (Note: pregnant women should not eat green papaya or at least research & take caution!!!)

    Recipe #429246

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